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New Infograph on Toxic Waste Published by Distance Learning

(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 23, 2013 ) Gainesville, FL -- Toxic waste is any byproduct that can cause death or serious injury, as well as disease and birth defects, to living creatures whether it be humans, other animals, or plants and other kingdoms of life.A new infograph has been created by the online... more

Distance Learning Raises Awareness of Deforestation in new Infograph

(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 23, 2013 ) Gainesville, FL -- In order to shed light on the growing problem of deforestation, Distance Learning, an online resource and diploma/degree finding website has published a new infograph to show how bad deforestation has gotten and who it affects. According to... more

Distance Learning Uses New Infograph to Expose Truths of Air Pollution

(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 23, 2013 ) Gainesville, FL -- According to the World Health Organization, air pollution is the contamination of the indoor and outdoor environment by any chemical (physical or biological) agent that modifies the natural characteristics of the atmosphere. For Distance Learning,... more

Loss of Biodiversity Examined in New Infograph by Distance Learning

(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 23, 2013 ) Gainesville, FL -- In a new infograph released by Distance Learning, the loss of biodiversity and how many animals are threatened by extinction is examined. It is a great way to educate people on pollution, deforestation and poaching, and what can be done to stop... more

The Alarming Rise of Sea Levels: A New Infograph by Distance Learning

(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 23, 2013 ) Gainesville, FL -- The National Geographic, data obtained from core samples, tide gauge readings and satellite measurements show that the annual rate of rise over the past 20 years has been .13 inches a year, which is twice the average speed for the preceding 80... more

Distance Learning Publishes New Infograph on Oceanic Dead Zones

(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 23, 2013 ) Gainesville, FL -- A new infographic has been released recently on Oceanic dead zones, hypoxic (or low-oxygen) areas in the world oceans and large lakes are caused by excessive nutrient pollution from human activities and other factors that deplete the oxygen required... more

Overfishing is Overkill, Says New Infograph by Distance Learning

(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 23, 2013 ) Gainesville, FL -- In a new infographic released by Distance Learning, an online website for students and educators to find online degrees and education news, outlines the devastating effects of overfishing. Overfishing occurs when fish and other marine species are... more

Roaches On A Rampage In The Southern States

(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 23, 2013 ) Novi, Michigan -- Cockroaches have always been a popular pest in the southern region of the United States but recently it has been getting out of hand. People who have never spotted a cockroach in their home ever before are now seeing them left and right, waking... more

Polythene UK Celebrated For Environmental Policy

(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 22, 2013 ) Witney, UK -- Sustainability has become a key issue that UK business owners need to address, and the team at Britain's number one Polythene supplier - Polythene UK - has embraced this concern wholeheartedly. Consideration about the environment is becoming more and... more

Solar Energy Provider HelioPower Moves to New Office in San Francisco

(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 22, 2013 ) San Francisco, Ca -- HelioPower, a company that engineers and installs solar power and clean energy solutions, recently announced its decision to move to a new office in San Francisco. The company is now located at 612 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA 94104. “The... more

Bed Bugs Becoming Priority Problem in Ohio

(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 21, 2013 ) Gilbert, AZ -- The state of Ohio continues to be affected by the bed-bug infestation that has covered the United States. The state is now considered the worst affected out of all the states who are currently dealing with the pesky pests. Ohioans are reminded not... more

Farmers Panic Over Invasion From The Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs

(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 19, 2013 ) Novi, Michigan -- It's been almost fifteen years since the Asian Brown Marmorated Stink Bug was discovered in Pennsylvania. Ever since then, it has rapidly been spreading across the country and has now manged to find its way to at least forty states. The most recent... more

Distance Learning Releases New Infograph on Acid Rain’s Environmental Impact

(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 15, 2013 ) Gainesville, FL -- Acid rain, or as Distance Learning’s new infograph calls it, “Tears of Paradise”, is precipitation with high levels of nitric and sulfuric acids. It results when sulphur dioxide and nitrogen oxides are emitted into the atmosphere, which cause them... more

Eco Pest Control Announces Special Offer For Winter – Buy One Get One Free!

(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 13, 2013 ) Sydney, Australia -- Eco Pest Control, the cost-effective and eco-friendly pest control service in Adelaide comes with fresh offer for this winter for both residential and commercial customers. For clients who book their service for termite inspection, spiders, possums,... more

Sinkhole Swallows Florida Resort Villa Reports Gordon & Doner

(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 13, 2013 ) Orlando, Fla - What began as an enjoyable vacation in Orlando for some ended in a resort villa being swallowed by a sinkhole. As the resort villa began sinking late Sunday evening, by early Monday morning almost two thirds of the entire structure had collapsed,... more

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