Posts Tagged ‘EcoReps’

How do you take your coffee?

04.25.2014 · Posted in Uncategorized

Intensive? Or sustainably grown? Yes it’s that time in the school year where student’s caffeine and sleep deprivation levels spike preparing for their final exams. Coffee is needed now more than ever. Students drink whatever they can to get their ‘feine fix but do they even realize the impact their choice may make on the ...

Don’t like the weather?

02.25.2014 · Posted in Uncategorized

Blame climate change!   In return on average assets study at Rutgers, they measured and calculated the changes in the jet stream which resulted in a longer and more erratic path caused by global warming. The jet stream is a powerful, high altitude river of air that transports weather systems around the planet.  This causes ...

Hurricanes

12.06.2013 · Posted in Uncategorized

Hurricanes are giant, spiraling tropical storms that draw heat from warm, moist ocean air and release it through condensation of water vapor in thunderstorms. Hurricanes are usually found within the hurricane season usually spanning from May 15th to November 30th. To track and predict a hurricane, meteorologists use satellite and radar technology. —Since hurricanes need evaporated ...

Oil Spills

11.23.2013 · Posted in Uncategorized

  Offshore oil drilling is a necessary evil for this time and age, as the world is heavily dependent on oil. This four trillion dollar industry provides energy for the majority of America, as well as creating more than 242,000 jobs. Unfortunately, thirty percent of the country’s oil comes from the Gulf of Mexico, which ...

Saving the World One Water Bottle at a Time

10.08.2013 · Posted in Uncategorized

    If you were to guess what percentage of water bottles end up in landfills every year what would you say?  10 percent? Maybe a higher 30 percent?  50 percent?  How about an astounding 80 percent!  Yes that is correct, 80 percent, actually OVER 80 percent of empty water bottles end up in landfills ...