Melissa Weber

Social Scientist Writer


About Melissa Weber

Melissa is a social scientist who holds a Ph.D. from a Canadian university. Her expertise includes collecting, analyzing, and interpreting qualitative, quantitative, and spatial data. She has a strong passion for research and writing and has extensive experience with data collection, data entry, analysis, and communicating findings. Melissa regularly conducts comprehensive literature and research reviews. She is particularly interested in marine policy, tourism, and Arctic shipping.

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Posts by Melissa Weber

Solar Panel & Wind Turbine

What is Clean Energy and Its Sources?

You’ve probably heard about clean energy before, but do you know what it means and why everyone’s making such a big deal about it? Imagine if every time we turned on our TV or charged our …

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Solar Panel & Wind Turbine

What is Renewable Energy and Why is it Important?

Renewable energy is a type of power that comes from nature. It includes sunlight, wind, water, and more. These resources make energy again and again—they never run out! This differentiates them from non-renewable resources like coal, …

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Invasive Plant

What is an Invasive Plant Species? (Explained)

Invasive species are plants, animals, insects, or pathogens that can cause significant ecological, societal, or economic harm when introduced to a new environment where they are not native. Invasive species introduction into new areas can be …

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