Debbie Banks

Journalist, writer, photographer & activist

Debbie Banks has been interested in everything to do with the environment.
In fact, she is an eco-activist and a member of the large family of the tired earth since 2019.
Tiredearth is a nonprofit and a political group trying internationally to inspire, improve awareness, get motivated hearts together, and increase the hope for a shiny future.
Guided by science and experience, we try to solve urgent threats with practical solutions through innovative ways.

Nationality: global
February 15, 2021

Octopuses have really fantastic vision

Researchers are investigating the outstanding visual capabilities of octopuses.

November 19, 2022

Humanity’s capacity to adapt to global heating is not limitless, scientists warn

Adaptation is not a substitute for mitigation efforts, experts explain, and while humans have the ca...

November 14, 2022

Honey bee life spans are 50% shorter today than they were 50 years ago

In an effort to understand why, researchers have focused on environmental stressors, diseases, paras...

November 14, 2022

Some whales eat 10 million pieces of microplastic a day

Whales are ingesting tiny specks of plastic in colossal amounts—far more than previously thought, ac...

November 07, 2022

A study of polar bear paw papillae shows how they maintain traction on ice

They found that besides polar bears, black and brown bears also have bumps on their pads, but sun be...

November 03, 2022

Are insects doomed? New study shows added threat of climate change

The risk is highest for insect populations in temperate regions such as the continental U.S., accord...

November 01, 2022

Why some people are mosquito magnets

The female mosquito will hunt down any human, but some of us get bitten far more than others. The an...

October 29, 2022

Ancient ocean methane isn’t adding to climate change

Methane released from reservoirs at the bottom of the ocean is not reaching the atmosphere, research...

October 23, 2022

Social spiders have different ways of hunting in groups

New research has identified how social spiders evolved different ways of hunting in groups.

October 20, 2022

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