Melissa Weber

Social Scientist Writer

About Melissa Weber

Melissa is a social scientist pursuing a Ph.D. She is passionate about research and writing and has experience with data collection, data entry, data analysis, and communicating results. She conducts comprehensive literature and research reviews frequently. She's also interested in marine policy, marine tourism, and arctic shipping. Her expertise includes data collection, data analysis, and interpretation of qualitative, quantitative, and spatial data.

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Posts by Melissa Weber

What Can Be Recycled

8 Very Good Reasons Why is Recycling Important

In our consumer-driven society, recycling is a critical aspect of achieving sustainability. Recycling is one of the three R’s (reduce, reuse and recycle), which seeks to lower the amount of waste generated within our society. What is Recycling? Recycling is the process of converting waste into new materials and/or objects. The original product (e.g. aluminum …

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Eco Friendly Shopping

10 Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Shopping Tips You Should Know!

Shopping sustainability can be overwhelming, especially with so many products claiming to be natural, eco-friendly, or free of something. It is hard to know what brands or companies to trust and what products are environmentally friendly. They often referred this to as greenwashing, where companies use deceptive eco-friendly claims on product packaging. They do this …

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Home Appliances

10 Ways to Save Energy at Home and Reduce Carbon Emissions

Energy generation is essential for the functioning of the modern world, with billions of people relying on electricity for domestic use every single day. However, it brings with it a huge environmental cost – a large percentage of energy generation is dependent on burning carbon-rich fossil fuels. The energy generation emits vast amounts of carbon …

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Eco Living Room

20 Simple Ways to Be More Eco-Friendly Living

Being environmentally conscious is important as there is only one planet earth! Not only is protecting planet earth part of humans’ moral obligation and the right thing to do, but it can promote better health and can save you money! There is a growing responsibility among individuals to take concrete actions toward a more sustainable …

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