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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.

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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.

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Fast Fashion: The Damage It’s Caused and How to Stop It

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Fashion is an industry that sometimes flies under the radar in terms of its environmental impact. And while it has always had these effects, the industry has increased production drastically in the last few years alone.

How Much Can You Save With Solar Panels? A Helpful Guide

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Rear View Of Couple Standing In Front Of Their House. Many people around the world are having solar panels installed in their homes. For many, the core reason behind this choice the positive effects on the environment. However, there is also a financial benefit of having these panels installed.

Glass Door in 2020 Interior Design Trends

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Have you noticed that glass doors become the most common material in contemporary designs? More commercial buildings use glass as the main designing element. Nowadays, the number of wooden doors has decreased but the number of doors that are made of glass has significantly increased.

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?

Pros and Cons To Offering a Reward For Your Lost Dog

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When it comes to locating their missing dog, pet parents are willing to go great lengths to ensure the safe return of their furry friend.

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How A Healthcare Facility Can Reduce Their Environmental Impact

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Healthcare is an incredibly important industry and one which everyone relies upon.

3 Environmentally Friendly Actions You Can Take at Home

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We can all be a little bit more environmentally friendly at home. While there’s also much that companies can be encouraged to do, there’s a good argument that it all begins with the home life. Royalty free photo.

4 Easy Ways to Use Less Energy at Home

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The campaign to get people to use less energy at home has been going on for many years, so most people know to turn off lights and turn down the heat. However, it can be difficult to remember all these things, especially when you don’t see much difference day to day.

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How to Make Your Coffee Habit More Sustainable

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Does the sound of starting your morning without a cup of coffee make you cringe? Well, trust that you are not alone. For many people, coffee is an indispensable ingredient in a successful and happy life.

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How Much Do Electric Vehicles Help in Reducing Pollution?

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The US is one of the countries with the highest number of motorized vehicles per capita, with a fleet of well over 250 million. With over 80% of the population owning and using a car, it’s clear to see that the environmental impact of these numbers is enormous.

Innovative Alternatives to Plastic For a Plastic-Free Planet

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Plastic production has considerably increased since the early 1950s, researchers estimate that 8.3 billion tons of plastic have been produced since then which is the equivalent to the weight of more than 800,000 Eiffel Towers.

Cell Phone Recycling In Aspect of Environment Benefit

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It is incredible to think that just 20 years ago almost nobody had a mobile phone, and those who did were rich or important business men. They were large phones, and could not be used for a long time before the charge ran out.

Why Is Environmental Policy so Necessary?

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If there’s one thing that has been a frequent topic throughout this current election cycle, it’s that of environmental policy. The current sitting president has been accused of (and admitted to) not believing in climate change.

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Are Hydrogen Vehicles Set to Be a Regular Sight In the UK’s Car Market

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Much has been made about the automotive industry’s transition away from the traditional internal combustion engine and toward more environmentally friendly alternatives. In recent years, electric cars have emerged as the most likely candidate for a long-term means of ditching fossil fuels.

How to Banish Single-Use Plastic From Your Life

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Every plastic cup, bottle, bag, or packaging that you’ve ever thrown away is in a landfill or in the ocean right now, with the exception of a few that might have made it through the recycling process. Royalty Free Photo.

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.

The Most Beautiful Places to Run in the World

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If you are tired of the same old landscape you watch every day on your run, plus you are feeling adventurous, then running at some of the world’s most beautiful places will make your races more exciting and wonderous.

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Understanding Particle Pollution and What You Can Do to Stop It

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Pollution can have significant effects on air quality. If you’ve ever had trouble seeing through the haze or found it hard to breathe while jogging by traffic, you’ve experienced the impact of low-quality air. It can make simple tasks harder and have adverse effects on your health.

Asbestos 101: How Exposure Can Lead To Cancer

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Carcinogens are substances that promote cancer formation. You can find these compounds in different things like paper, flooring, and pipe sealants. Asbestos is one of the many carcinogens that might exist in your residential or business establishment.

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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.

Tracing EthicalEvidence in Moral Obligation to Future Generations

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1. Introduction. Approximately twenty years after the publication of UNESCO’s Declaration on the Responsibilities of the Present Generations towards Future Generations, the need to protect the earth for the future generations has finally received a significant consideration in the field of ethics.

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5 Changes You Can Make to Help Save Our Planet

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The conversation about saving our planet has become very important over the last few years. As we learn more about climate change and what is causing it, more people begin to reduce the amount of damage they are causing.

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Top Marketing Strategies for Sustainable Businesses

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Sustainable businesses tend to consider the important roles of the environment and how to protect nature for a successful business. That’s why it’s important to develop the right marketing strategies that combine economic, social, and environmental goals.

7 Practical Ways To Make Your Home More Eco-Friendly

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Healthier, cleaner and cheaper—eco-friendly homes offer lots of benefits. As more people become environmentally conscious, many are looking for new ways to live sustainability. And this starts with the home. Research shows house-buyers prefer environmentally sustainable properties.

How to Harmonise Wildlife and Energy Manufacturing – A Case Study

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Key statistical information : – Red bird covers ordered – 900. – Kilometres of track to be insulated over 5 years – 50. – Number of breeding pairs of eagle owls preserved – 650.

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Climate Change is Impacting You in Ways You Haven’t Even Noticed

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Many of us are aware that climate change has massive implications, many of which have already transformed our planet. Cities have recently experienced immense floods – carbon emissions are on the rise and ice in the Arctic Ocean has melted almost entirely.

Steps some of the most sustainable countries are taking to protect our oceans

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Marine conservation is vital. Our oceans cover around 70 percent of the earth’s surface. According to the Oceanic Institute, oceans make up around 99 percent of the available living space on the planet, and studies suggest they could be home to over 100 million species.

Is 2020 the year of the electric car?

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According the Guardian, 2020 is set to be the year that the electric car, or EV as they’re more commonly known, takes over the European car market.At

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.

Warm and efficient: 4 heating mistakes that wreak havoc with energy consumption

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As most of us know, energy efficiency is being drilled into us from multiple angles nowadays – and it’s for a very good reason. There are some industries which are more targeted than others , and we all probably have an opinion on this.

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Small, everyday ways you can improve the environment

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There’s no denying that it will take a global effort to affect a global change on our environmental impact. But there are small steps that we as individuals can take, that when compounded globally will have a big impact.

How Saving Energy at Home Can Help the Planet

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As the majority of us know, global warming is a pressing issue – and many scientists believe that it has started to take effect. Record temperatures recorded over the past two summers, for example, have been widely linked to climate change. So, what can we do to reduce our impact on the planet?

Sustainable Countries to Visit in 2020

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Every so often, it’s good for the soul to get away from the grindstone for a few days (or weeks) and see what another part of the world has to offer.

The Future of Commercial Vehicles – Going Green

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According to the UN Foot and Agricultural Organisation, the transport sector accounts for around five and a half billion tonnes of CO 2 emissions every year.

How You Can Save Energy at Home

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Fuel is a precious resource that often comes at a cost to the planet. Everyone still needs to use that fuel to carry out their daily lives, so how can you reduce your consumption, change your life for the better and aim towards sustainability?

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Green Lawns or Green Living, We Need To Choose

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According to a study done by NASA and the NOAA lawns occupy about 2% of the surface of continental US. Yet grass on them is the single most irrigated crop in the country! Yes – we give pretty grass more water than wheat, corn or cotton.

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5 Eco-Friendly Décor Ideas for Your Home

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It’s a completely normal ideal to want your home to be beautiful, due to the amount of time most people spend indoors in modern society.

Easy Ways to Reduce Carbon Footprint on Your Daily Life

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Human activities produce 40 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide in a year as per 2015. This number is higher than what volcanos produce in a year. Looking at this figure might not mean something, but look at it this way.