Emily Heeb

I'm Emily and I'm a freelance writer from Fort Wayne, Indiana. I am an avid camper and hiker who picked up the bug at a young age, I have just about visited all the places worth seeing in the Indiana, Michigan, Illinois and Wisconsin area as well as other places in The Unites States and Canada. I am an avid supporter of animal rights and also an advocate for better environmental practices that lower pollution and keep the environment I love so much healthy. I have one dog named Nibbler (yes, he is named after Nibbler on Futurama), a Pug/Jack Russell Terrier mix, who has been my constant partner in crime. On the weekends I volunteer at the local Fort Wayne animal shelter in which I adopted Nibbler with my boyfriend. In my spare few moments of free time I enjoy cooking new recipes from cuisine all over the world and playing more than a few different video games, though in the summer time I enjoy a leisurely day of fishing just as much as a good hike.

Recent Posts

Gilroy, California: The Eco-Lover's Guide
Dec 17, 2014
At only 80 kilometers outside of San Francisco, Gilroy, California serves as a place to play and stay outside the big city. Visitors come here to enjoy the rolling hills and vineyards of the southern Santa Clara Valley through the...
Green Living
New Study Suggests Kidney Stone Could Be Linked to Global Warming
Jul 15, 2014
Science blames global warming for a lot of things, but aside from skin cancer increases, global warming hasn't exactly been responsible for wrecking havoc on the human body. However, a new study reflects and predicts a future impact on the...
Is Fracking to Blame for Oklahoma's Earthquakes?
Jul 10, 2014
California used to be the earthquake capital of the United States, what with its unique position on converging tectonic plates after all. However, for those that think that is still true are sadly mistaken. The unassuming state of Oklahoma is...
Two Chinese Skyscrapers that Will Clean the Air
Jul 8, 2014
The town of Wuhan, China has announced that they will not only be aiming to take away the record for tallest tower, but that their two planned towers will actually be able to clean the polluted lake and air that...
Innovation & Concepts
Ocean Plastic Mysteriously Disappearing from Oceans
Jul 3, 2014
Each year humans produce around 300 million tons of plastic and a considerable amount of that ends up in the ocean. It is not just the large plastic pieces that pose a threat to the marine life, but the microscopic...
New Research into Tsunami Earthquakes Reveal Causes and Possible Warning Signs
Jul 1, 2014
As earthquakes go, tsunami earthquakes are rather weak. They occur in shallow depths in the ocean and are generally small in magnitude. However, these small earthquakes often produce powerful and surprisingly large tsunamis. Even earthquakes measuring as small as 5.6...
Natural Disasters
Think Climate Change Isn't Real? Make the Case to Prove It for $10,000
Jun 26, 2014
Think that climate change and global warming is just a load of bullocks? Well, naysayers, a challenge has been presented. A physicist in Texas is offering a $10,000 cash prize to anyone who can irrefutably prove their hypothesis that man...
Environmental Science
Project Marine Habitats has over $1 Billion Pledged
Jun 24, 2014
The Annual Our Ocean summit met again this year and through its speeches and information brought a stunning $1.8 billion dollars pledged to protect marine habitats around the world. The oceans are extremely important to humans and the Earth as...
Air Conditioners Heating Up the Summer Nights
Jun 19, 2014
It is a vicious cycle, the temperatures rise during the summer months, and are only getting higher with climate change, which cause us to fire up those air conditioners. However, the wasted heat from those air conditioners are actually causing...
Heinz and Ford Team Up For A Greener Solution to Cars
Jun 17, 2014
Until recently, cars and tomatoes had nothing in common with each other. Tomatoes go from green to red, but cars just seem to be getting greener. However, Heinz ketchup producer and Ford automotives are of teaming up to pursue a...
Green Business
Bottom Feeders Fight Against Global Warming
Jun 12, 2014
Over-fishing has been a concerning problem for quite some time now. However, this over-fishing problem could mean more than just losing fish. In fact, new research suggests that over-fishing the ocean could lead to an increase in global warming.
Research Reveals New Man-Made Gases in Atmosphere
Jun 10, 2014
New research into our atmosphere has discovered two new chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) and one new hydrochlorofluorocarbon (HCFC) in the atmosphere, both coming from man-made sources. This new discovery could be the sign that our atmosphere is holding more man-made gases now...
Hurricanes with Female Name Result in Higher Death Toll
Jun 5, 2014
A new study has found that hurricanes that bear female names are likely to cause three times as many deaths than hurricanes that are given masculine names. Does the World Meteorological Organization have a secret code when it comes to...
Natural Disasters
April 2014 Ties for the Warmest April on Record
Jun 3, 2014
Globally, this past April was a real scorcher. It was so hot that it in fact tied with April 2010 as the warmest April on record. Compared to the past four months, 2014 has been the sixth warmest year since...
High Carbon Levels Found in Ancient Soil
May 29, 2014
One would suspect that the soils that form on Earth's surface thousands of years ago would have little in the way of carbon. However, the findings of a recent report have been found to be the exact opposite. The ancient...
Environmental Science
Fungi Used to Clean Contaminated Soil
May 27, 2014
It seems that the future for cleaning away soil contaminates left by industrial waste lies with the mushrooms, or more specifically, a common fungus called white rot. New research shows that this fungus that usually just helps decay fallen trees...
Ecological Restoration
Longer Growing Season Caused by Global Warming Does Not Yield Growth Increase
May 22, 2014
Its common sense, isn't it? As temperatures increase globally and the growing season gets longer, trees and shrubs in colder climates will see an increase in growth as a result of the longer growing season. However, a new study finds...
Increasing Winds Responsible for Climate Change in Australia and Antarctica
May 20, 2014
Recently, researchers have been baffled by Antarctica's sluggish response to greenhouse gases, stating that the melt off should be far more advanced than it is. However, today they may have found the answer, though it spells bad news for other...
Mississippi River's Natural Nitrate Filtration Becoming Overwhelmed
May 15, 2014
Since water pollution became a worry, the mighty Mississippi River seemed impervious to it due to its natural filtration system. However, new evidence suggests that the rivers natural ability to filter out nitrates is being overwhelmed and leading to adverse...
Scotland Providing Guidance to Wind Farm to Advocated Protection of Birds
May 13, 2014
This is a world of cause and effect; one cannot do an action without causing a ripple which affects something else. Currently, the world is desperately seeking alternative energy sources to help keep this planet living and liveable. However, while...
Energy Infrastructure
Melting of Ice Cork in Wilkes Basin in Antarctica Could Yield Unstoppable Sea Level Rise
May 8, 2014
For years, it was widely believed that the ice in Western Antarctica was unstable, but a new study suggests that scientists overestimated the stability of the ice that hold millions of gallons of water in Wilkes Basin in East Antarctica.
El Hierro -The Island Powered 100 Percent by Renewable Energy
May 6, 2014
El Hierro is the smallest of Spain's Canary Islands and is showcasing the possibilities of renewing energy by putting them on display. El Hierro is set to become the first landmass in the world that is fully energy self-sufficient when...
Energy Infrastructure
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