How Does Recycling Help the Environment?


We often hear that waste recycling is beneficial to the environment, but getting recycling programs up and running requires a number of resources. Also, waste removal and recycling requires the participation and cooperation of the public. It’s important to know if the effort is actually worth it. Recycling is helpful to the environment because it reduces the need to mine and drill, it lowers greenhouse gas emissions, and it reduces the amount of waste that ends up in landfills. How does it do that?

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Which 15 Landmarks on Earth you should necessarily Visit?

Travelling list as most people hobbies. Not only is the hobby fun but also inspiring and relaxing. By touring the world, one get to experience different cultures as they are different on across the globe. Some of the tourist destination are popular others hidden making them more special. So if you have the time and resources which landmark on the world should you visit before die? Here the top fifteen in the list. Continue reading “Which 15 Landmarks on Earth you should necessarily Visit?”

10 Interesting Facts about Butterflies that you did not know

Butterflies colour our world. They are friendly and fascinating to watch. They also play a critical role in our environment, particularly in the agriculture sector. The insect also acts as an early warning system for climate change. You might have learned about the butterfly in your science lessons, but there are interesting facts about butterflies that will surprise you and your friends. Below are the top ten.

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Two Toothed Door Snail

Clausilia bidentata

David Nicholls - Tilton Cutting NR - 23 May 2009

About 10 to 12 mm in length and 3 mm at widest point. The spiral shell shows numerous grooves or growth lines.

They live mainly in woods and hedges in leaf litter or among rocks normally hiding in crevices or beneath the ground litter.

When to see it
Most likely to be found in damp conditions or at night and can be seen all year round.

Life History
Emerges in damp weather and at night and climbs high up on bare surfaces to graze on algae and lichens.

UK Status
Common and widespread in Britain.

VC55 Status
Common in Leicestershire and Rutland.