NEW!! Planting trees in human ashes is a Buddhist tradition that saves space all around the world.

Natasha Mikles is a philosophy lecturer at Texas State University. This essay was first published in The Conversation. Space for burying the deceased is becoming increasingly scarce as the world’s population grows. Many cities in the United States, as well as many other countries across the world, are already short on burial land. Simultaneously, many…

Now The plastic issue in the world is kept track of by salt marshes.

Unfathomable amounts of plastic garbage have been created by humans, posing a hazard to ecosystems and even human health. The goal of recent research published in the journal Environmental Advances was to find out how microplastics accumulated in the salt marshes of southern New England, which are vegetation-filled wetlands that mark the land-sea transition. “…

NEW!! How can high-end restaurants make their menus entirely vegan?

Its award-winning and the opulent menu is traditionally heavy on meat and dairy, with dishes like butter-poached lobster tails and celery roots in pig’s bladder among the highlights. However, the restaurant stated in the spring that it would reopen with a vegan menu. Other well-known restaurants have gone vegan, including Michelin-starred French chef Alexis Gauthier,…