Environmental Science

Are you passionate about our planet? Meet and learn from experts in the field providing articles and info on environmental science and technology. Find answers to your questions on global warming, how you can stop pollution and more. What is biodiversity anyway? The answers are waiting for you at Bright Hub’s Environmental Science Channel.
Stay in tune to current events and environmental policies that affect you and your planet’s health and well-being such as dangers to shark species. Get your facts straight on issues such as climate change and learn how one temperature degree in climate can make a difference. Our writers, led by managing editor Laurie Patsalides, are experienced and educated and offer insight into everything from conservation of wildlife and natural resources to solutions for waste management and sustainable living.
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All About How Our Planet was Formed

The planet Earth, formed through a long and tumultuous marriage of fire and ice. Glaciers slid across continents; volcanoes spit forth lava creating islands, and earthquakes shattered land masses, pushing up mountains. This is a guide to those processes and the landmarks they created.

Endangered Species: Then & Now

We’ve already lost several species to extinction in the modern era. Some of the most recent include the Chinese Dolphin Fish and the White Possum. These creatures didn’t get the media exposure of the Giant Panda and American Bald Eagle and worse, they may have been casualties of human endeavors.

Habitats Quiz: Are You Clued Up About Ecosystems?

It is common knowledge that ecosystems are important, but why are they so important and what is threatening them? Do you know the answers? Test your knowledge about ecosystems and learn more about how humans depend on, and threaten, natural habitats.