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Ethically minded brands are on the rise: Here’s what you should know

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The coronavirus pandemic has only accelerated the trend for online shopping, and even committed high-street shoppers are now shifting towards ecommerce.

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These Are the Benefits of Going Solar at Home

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Are you constantly looking for ways to save money? If so, you’re not alone. After all, these days more than ever before, every dollar counts. Life is expensive, thus it’s important to cut expenses by any means possible. This includes reducing your monthly energy costs.

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5 Eco-friendly ways to stay warm this winter

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Many scientists believe that the power of thought can control your own perception of temperature regimes – for example, your body will be warmer if you imagine a sunny tropical beach.

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No more plastic pollution: How to give a Christmas present to the Earth

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Does our planet like Christmas? If Earth could speak, I’m sure it would say “Hell, no!”. Sorry for wearing my Grinch hat, but I’d be much greener than Santa Claus by all means! Instead of writing a letter to Santa this year, I took my ambition up a notch and wrote this post to all human beings.

How to Create an Environmentally Friendly Garden

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These days, more and more people are cluing into the fact that it is more important than ever to make a conscious effort towards being more environmentally friendly. Sometimes, even simple changes towards a greener lifestyle can make a big difference in the long run.

How Does Radiation Work?

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For over a century now, radiation has been explored and leveraged to provide various solutions in our hospitals. Perhaps you are already familiar with radiotherapy for cancer. After all, at least half of cancer patients go through it at some point. But how does radiation therapy work?

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What Should Businesses Do To Recycle Their Electronics in Vancouver

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Business sectors such as multinational companies, BPO industries, government departments, etc. are the highest percentage of users of electronics. These cause them to be the most sectors with e-waste. What is e-waste?

Sustainable Travel in 2020: How to Visit Countries Safely and Sustainably

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As we are all more cognizant of our impact on the environment and the communities that work and live in these environments, it only makes sense that we should partake in sustainable travel too.

5 Potentially Harmful Environmental Factors

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Humans are merely animals, just like any other species. We may be smarter than most, but we’re still flesh and blood, and our environment matters. We can only be healthy and content if everything around us is balanced.

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How to Go Off-Grid With A Tiny House

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If you want to try out a new way of living then, why not consider going off-grid? This way you will be able to save money, learn new things enjoy a different style of living and much more.

The Environmental Benefits of Reusable Supermarket Crates

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Most supermarkets throw away a lot of packaging every day. The best solution to reduce the energy and work of throwing away packaging is to convert the supermarket packaging to reusable supermarket crates. Plastic supermarket crates are a good alternative because they’re environmentally friendly.

American Cities Are Being Reshaped By These 3 Forces

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The COVID-19 pandemic was a gut check for U.S. cities. There’s no need to go into detail about the scale of lives lost, businesses that have gone under, and overall negative impact on urban centers.

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An Overview of Natural Resources

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Today when I walked around my herbal garden, I noticed the sights and smell of the spring growth. It turned me mesmerized to its aesthetic beauty.

Wind Energy Is More Beneficial Than Fuel

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Wind energy is well-known for its capability to cut electricity costs for consumers as it replaces the produced fuel with wind energy free of charge. Due to this factor, wind energy is strongly beneficial compared to traditional energy sources and power generators.

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Sustainable Freight: Towards a Greener Air Cargo Culture

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International shipping and air freight have each played significant roles in the globalisation process of our world. Our choices and access to goods have increased, distances have been reduced, jobs have been created and economies have prospered.

The importance of making electric cars also zero emissions

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An electric vehicle is a useful tool that would allow us to start controlling CO2 emissions and other pollutants produced by transport activity.

Environmental Engineering: Education, Career, and Impacts

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Engineers come from a diverse range of academic and professional backgrounds, which means that engineers are required in each and every industry. So, what exactly defines an environmental engineer? Is it a separate field of engineering altogether, or is the classification more of a job title?

The impact of Covid-19 on the environment

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With the world almost brought to a halt due to the Coronavirus pandemic , the planet has seen a reduction in carbon thanks to the lack of travel. But, with the world beginning to open back up again and driving and flying becoming more common, will the level of carbon return to pre-pandemic levels?

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The Environmental Effects of Natural Disasters

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Within seconds, natural disasters can destroy buildings, tear up roads and upturn normal life. The damage these events cause, however, isn’t just limited to people and their property. When recovery begins, you often have to contend with what happens to the environment.

6 Foods that have as much protein as beef with much less of an environmental impact

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It’s seems like we’re seeing hype every week with regard to the two major plant-based meat companies: Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat. That’s because they are solving a huge problem related to global warming and human health.

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4 Ways to Reduce Waste In Your Own Home

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Now more than ever, we need to do our bit for the environment. From the comfort of our own homes, we can commit to positive changes that will make an impact. If you haven’t ever stopped to think about what products you buy and how you consume and dispose of them – now’s the time. By making small changes, we can all help to reduce the rubbish that we produce within our homes. Here are 4 things that you can do to ensure that you’re reducing waste in your house. Reducing your landfill.

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What will the city of the future look like?

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Flying cars, companion robots, cell phones embedded in the palm of your hand, McDonald’s home delivery … we all once wondered what the city ??of of the future would look like. We live in an increasingly urban world marked by technologies to which we never imagined having access only a few years earlier. Science fiction films not only entertain us, but also direct our imagination towards this vision of a utopian city where everything would be automated.

Different Uses of Recycled HDPE Plastic

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In the United States, HDPE is a commonly used plastic. High-density polyethylene or HDPE) is also called polyethylene high-density or PEHD. It is a thermoplastic polymer with a high strength-to-density ratio obtained from the monomer ethylene. This plastic is sturdy, so it can resist bursting and tearing. Also, it’s an easy-to-recycle plastic polymer in which recycling companies collect and process HDPE products. For recycling purposes, you’ll find HDPE labeled as #2 plastic.

How Corona virus is Disrupting Waste & Recycling

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The escalation of COVID-19 across the globe has hampered recycling efforts in Europe and North America. With most European nations—and many American states—preventing citizens from shopping on the high street, and some preventing all outside activities apart from shopping for essential goods or seeking medical treatment, it’s clear things have changed.

How to Reduce Food Waste at Home?

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The amount of food that gets wasted or spoiled daily is enough to feed 20% of the world population say, experts. Food wastage is not only a problem of undeveloped countries, the United States and the UK also struggle with food wastage. There is a difference between food spoilage and wastage. The term food spoilage occurs before food is processed why wastage occurs when the food gets to the supply chain and still don’t get consumed.

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Wildlife Conservation: What You Can Do to Help

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If you think that there is nothing that you can do in order to help preserve the world’s beautiful wildlife, think again. You don’t have to be a hands-on conservationist to make a difference! Here is some great advice on everything that you, as an individual, can do to help. Preserve natural habitats. Grasslands, rivers, and forests are all natural habitats for a wide variety of animals, including birds and insects.

Green Quarantine: Tips To Stay Environmentally Friendly and Zero Waste

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The current quarantine has many people staying in their homes most of the time. Some people are worried that the drastic change in their daily lives will negatively impact their green lifestyle. While some habits and processes must change to accommodate your new everyday life, staying home during quarantine does not mean you must give up your eco-friendly living.

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Green Ideas and Cleaning the Home

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Going green at home does not require a lot of investment, and it doesn’t consume much time either. On the contrary, choosing to incorporate green living in your home will be the best decision you could ever make when it comes to saving up both time and money. So, if you’re planning to go green, the best place to start you off is with the cleaning of your home. Below are some expert’s ideas that you need to incorporate into your home when you choose to go green when cleaning.

Inspiring Eco homes

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Eco homes don’t just save energy consumption and the wildlife around them. They can also improve the health and wellbeing of those living in them. Before you embark on building an eco-home, ask yourself why you want to be eco-conscious? There are many factors to consider before investing into eco-friendly materials and manufacturing methods. Make sure to do your research and understand the science behind renewable energy first! What materials will you need to build the house?

Environmentally Savvy Ways to Renovate your Home During Quarantine

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Much of the world will remain under quarantine for the foreseeable future, but instead of viewing home isolation as a negative, see it as an opportunity to undertake projects you have been putting off. While you are required or suggested to stay home to prevent the spread of COVID-19 , use the time to create and improve your home. A somewhat unexpected result of mass quarantine is that we are seeing environmental improvements around the world.

How to Get Rid of Ticks in the Yard?

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Tick Nests. With the onset of the warm season, the question of the treatment of forests against ticks is raised. The parasitic Ixodid ticks are the most dangerous to humans. They attack animals and humans and are able to transmit pathogens of a number of heavy diseases, such as tick-borne encephalitis” – Meredith Hayes Health expert from Beezzly says. According to scientists, there are over 54 thousand species of these tiny arachnids in the world.

6 Straightforward Ways to Create an Eco-Friendly Business

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In an effort to protect the environment, more and more businesses are taking the necessary steps to become eco-friendly. While this is a noble approach to take in general, there’s more to it than simply saving the planet. This is because going green has various other benefits for those operating a company. It can help with enhancing overall efficiency, improving customer perception, and boosting employee morale – and that’s just the start.

Effect of COVID-19 on Environment

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As COVID-19 i.e. corona virus comes in the world it shows positive and negative both impacts. Positive or good impact on environment and negative or adverse impact on human being. Due to the lockdown of many countries, the pollution level gets reduced due to the decreasing level of harmful gases like CO2, CFCs, Green House Gases and Particulate Matter etc. Mother Earth before Corona Virus:-. Mother earth before Corona virus was like too much polluted because of human activities.

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Is Climate Change Really Causing an Increase in Natural Disasters?

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The past few years have been marked by an uptick in extreme weather events like hurricanes and wildfires. These events, paired with record temperatures and other unusual weather phenomena — like an unusually early spring in the U.K. last year and record rainfall in the American Midwest — have led some to wonder if climate change may be behind the increase in natural disasters. So — is climate change really making the weather more extreme? How Climate Change Causes More Extreme Weather.

Is it possible to be zero-waste in a consumer world?

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One of the most common problems that has disturbed natural flora and fauna and has had a significant impact on the climate all around the world is global warming. As ecologists try to figure out different solutions to save our planet, one such solution, which has taken the world by a storm, is the zero-waste revolution. In contrast to waste management and recycling of waste products, zero-waste refers to waste prevention at all costs.