Blog by Virtue Gaming
China is often regarded as the bane of environmentalism, long seen as the world’s biggest polluter and the greatest threat to reversing the man-made effects of climate change.
Bees are one of nature's good guys. They may possess a nasty sting they're willing to administer when agitated, but the good they do far outweighs the small chance of getting stung. Without bees, life on earth would be very different and a lot more difficult.
Since the earliest days of video games, there has always been controversy around whether gaming is a force for good or ill. Like anything else, the answer to this probably differs from person to person, but the consensus does seem to be shifting over time.
Palm oil is the most widely used vegetable oil in the world, and as such it can be found in thousands of household products in the UK; according to Greenpeace, it can be found in over half of all supermarket products.
China boasts one of the largest gaming industries in the world. Yet, recent years have seen the Chinese government take measures to restrain and regulate China’s online gaming industry.
Social media has been gleefully alight in recent days, millennials have had enough of being vilified by the generation that left them out to dry and have lashed out.
Children who play video games are often stigmatised as being lazy, anti-social, and less abled at school. Of course, excessively playing video games (as with anything) can lead to problems involving a child's mental and physical health. But, in moderation, there are a variety of health benefits associated with casual gaming which we will look at carefully below.
As global warming becomes an increasingly urgent issue, many of us are trying to do our bit to save the planet. From eating less meat to adopting eco-friendly transport methods, there are plenty of ways to significantly lower your carbon footprint.