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4 Energy Saving Lighting Types That Can Save You A Fortune

According to the Energy Saving Trust, lighting makes up 18% of your household’s electricity bill. Old fashioned light bulbs are being phased out and replaced by energy efficient alternatives designed to reduce the average UK home’s energy bill. Traditional bulbs are

World water day; developing world needs water not celebrations

More than half of the world’s population is just celebrating the world water day like other events celebration for having fun with friends and to meet new people and friends at congregations heedlessly of the fact that the water they use

Benefits and Disadvantages of Solar Power

There has been a lot of debate as to whether or not solar energy is a reliable source of energy and whether it provides enough benefits for us to consider installing it in our homes. With the coal and oil resources
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Impact Of Water Borne Diseases On Socio – Economic Status In District Haripur, Pakistan

Water borne diseases are any illness caused by drinking water contaminated by human or animal feces, which contain pathogenic micro-organism .Water borne diseases appear to be the common health problem among the sample households in the district Haripur of Pakistan .One
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Role Of Stakeholders In 2010 Flood In Pakistan

The summer of 2010 interweaved Pakistan’s worst flooding in 80 years .The estimated affected people, who need food, shelter and clothing to face a unsympathetic Pakistani winter, is 20 million. Flooding began on July 22, 2010, in the province of Baluchistan

Highlights On Eco Finance And Green Initiatives Taken By Credit Card Companies

With increasing need of conserving energy and soaring fuel prices eco finance or green finance, has become the buzzword. Experts are stressing the need of clean energy. Investors and financial institutions are being urged to invest in technology which caters to
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Mangroves our Natural Asset Declining

Pakistan’s coastal area is an arid sub-tropical desert with 1,050 kilometers long coastline of which one-third is in Sindh and the rest in Baluchistan. The average rainfall is 100-200mm per year, and that too, sporadic. The Indus Delta is spread over

Baluchistan Black Bear on its verge of extinction

In Pakistan the Himalayan Black Bear is found in the mountains of Azad Kashmir, Khagan, Swat Kohistan and Southern Chitral, in Chitral Gol National Park. It is also found in Ayubia National Park. The sub specie, Baluchistan Bear is found in