VORTEX UNIVERSE BLOGS

Our blogs serve as an insightful and educational window into the deeper layers of the comics’ environmental message. They delve into real-world challenges that parallel our themes, emphasizing the necessity of sustainable living, waste reduction, and the need for collective action. 

Our goal is to empower readers with knowledge and practical tips for making a positive impact on the environment, and encourage readers to not only be entertained by Vortex Man’s heroics, but also to become real-life eco-champions in their own communities. By creating a dynamic bridge between fiction and reality, we reinforce the notion that the fight against “Waste” is a challenge we can all be part of.

February 21th, 2024

How Does Air Pollution lead to Disease?

From smog hanging over cities to smoke inside the home, air pollution poses a major threat to health and climate across the globe. We will take a deep dive into how air pollution impacts your organs, what diseases are associated with air pollution, the leading pollutants linked to these diseases, and some high-risk factors such as exposure.

February 8th, 2024

1 Million Lost Lobster Traps Are at the Bottom of Long Island Sound. Now what?

In a world that thrives on progress and consumption, often without considering the impacts, management of waste has become a critical concern. Improper waste disposal practices and rampant dumping have severe potential consequences on our environment. From soil and air pollution to the contamination of oceans and groundwater, the effects of waste dumping are far-reaching and demand our immediate attention.

January 18th, 2024

Waste Dumping: The Ripple Effect and Environmental Consequences

In a world that thrives on progress and consumption, often without considering the impacts, management of waste has become a critical concern. Improper waste disposal practices and rampant dumping have severe potential consequences on our environment. From soil and air pollution to the contamination of oceans and groundwater, the effects of waste dumping are far-reaching and demand our immediate attention.

Headshot of Issac Shweky

“I wondered how we could train society to change these terrible habits and realized we had to start with the kids—our next generation of consumers and recyclers.”

Isaac Shweky, Founder/President