Keira Gaynor

Environmental Science Writer


About Keira Gaynor

Keira is an environmental science and English literature graduate with an adoration of the written word and the natural world. When she’s not reading or writing, you’ll find her hiking and scrambling up in the mountains. She is a travel enthusiast and has visited over 26 countries which you can read all about on her travel blog.

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Posts by Keira Gaynor

Environmentalist

Environmentalist: What Is It and What They Do?

Are you someone who loves nature and wants to protect our precious planet? Maybe you’re curious about those passionate folks often seen rallying for cleaner oceans, advocating for endangered species, or urging politicians to take climate …

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Factory Pollution

Air Pollution Facts, Causes and Effects

Air pollution is a major problem that significantly impacts millions of people worldwide. It is a problem that demands immediate attention to safeguard the environment and protect human life. This article will delve deep into understanding …

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Groundwater

How Does Groundwater Become Polluted? (Explained!)

Groundwater, an essential source of our public and private drinking supplies, can become easily contaminated by various sources. In this article, we’ll peel back the layers of groundwater pollution – its causes, effects, and preventive measures. …

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OCG

Why are Environmental Organizations Important? (Explained & Solved!)

Environmental nonprofit organizations work tirelessly to protect the planet by educating the public, lobbying for environmental laws, and restoring damaged ecosystems. Nonprofit environmental organizations prioritize conservation initiatives, ranging from protecting wildlife to implementing energy-efficient solutions to …

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Homesteading

Self Sustainable Living: 15 Tips on How to Achieve It

As humanity faces unprecedented environmental challenges, society is turning to environmentalism and sustainability to decrease its environmental impact. While not everyone can live 100% “off-the-grid,” as this lifestyle is often referred to, there are self-sustainability living …

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