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How to Ensure you are Properly Disposing of your E-Waste

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The latest threat to health and the environment is the disposal of electronic e-waste. There is a growing concern for the environmental effects of technological equipment that is being disposed of in landfill sites.

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How to Be a More Sustainable Clothes Shopper

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Knowing where to begin and how to go about being a more sustainable clothes shopper is one of the most challenging aspects of the process. If you’re unsure how to shop for clothes efficiently, here are some pointers and suggestions to help you:-. Invest In Quality Baby Clothes.

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Effective Ways to Be More Eco-Friendly

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People are becoming more enlightened on the need to be eco-friendly. Many people recycle rubbish without putting too much thought into it. But, if you look at the bigger picture, various ways can go a long way in helping you become more eco-friendly and promote a sustainable livelihood.

Can Clothes Really Be Recycled?

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Packaging and food waste are some of the most common things in your daily life that you recycle. Paper, plastic, and glass are processed for repurposing, while food scraps make for composting that enriches soil while helping reduce landfill emissions. But what happens to old clothes?

How Digital Transformation will Bend the Curve of the Linear Economy Toward the Circular

Speaker: Bruce Armstrong Taylor, Co-Founder & Managing Director of SmartNations Foundation, Jimmy Jia, Venture Partner at Pi Labs, Fabienne Durand, Senior Advisor to the SmartNations Foundation, & Roger Strukhoff, Executive Director of the Tau Institute

The Carbon Zero, Circular Economy, is easily the most profoundly important result of digital transformation. Industry 4.0 has a massively cumulative impact on dematerialization (in all forms) and resultant decarbonization (both emissions and embodied) throughout the economy. Join panelists Bruce Armstrong Taylor, Jimmy Jia, Fabienne Durand, and their moderator Roger Strukhoff as they discuss how bending the carbon/GHG heavy linear economy to the circular is one of the hidden benefits of digital disruption.

5 Online Tools That Can Help You Lead A More Sustainable Life

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With problems like global warming and pollution becoming a bigger threat with every passing day, sustainability is the need of the hour.

5 Ways We Can Stop Ocean Acidification

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Although it may not be discussed frequently, ocean acidification is one of the biggest problems humanity (and the environment) faces today. The rising acidity of the ocean is not only harming biodiversity and marine ecosystems, but is impacting human industries that rely on the ocean’s resources.

What is the goal of HIE?

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The healthcare industry continues to benefit from technological advances that improve the quality and efficiency of patient care. This is also helping to advance the digital healthcare system worldwide.

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Business Sustainability Trends to Expect in 2022

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The depletion of natural resources is linked to global warming and has many adverse effects, including water shortage and the extinction of plants and animals. More individuals now have a better awareness of this, so they take a step in protecting the environment.

Make a Long-Term Eco-Plan

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Sustainability is vital for both people and the planet. However, it can be challenging to make the switch to living a more eco-friendly lifestyle. Oftentimes, the cost of making the change is prohibitive.

Solar Panel Degradation: How Long Solar Panel Last

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Solar panels are the new renewable energy that makes quite some impact in work. However, just installing one and forgetting about it is not the right way to make use of this excellent energy source. Did you know that there is a set life span for every solar panel?

AR/VR Simulations for Sustainable, Regenerative, Circular Cities

Speaker: Nik Gowing, Brenda Laurel, Sheridan Tatsuno, Archie Kasnet, and Bruce Armstrong Taylor

Join our amazing panelists, Nik Gowing, Founder at Thinking the Unthinkable and International Broadcaster; Brenda Laurel, PhD, Principal, Neogaian Interactive; Sheridan Tatsuno, Principal, Dreamscape Global; Archie Kasnet, CEO, Regenerative; and Bruce Armstrong Taylor, The Climate 4.0 Project, to discuss how today's AR/VR and related AI-enabled technologies can be effectively applied, using data from such sources as NASA and NOAA, to both improve and accelerate urban sustainability planning and design.

How Can You Help the Environment At Home?

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People are waking up to the urgency of the climate crisis , and everyone who acknowledges the gravity of the situation wants to take meaningful action.

Eco-Business and Community Ethics

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As we already know that during the past few decades, technology has fundamentally changed our lives and some of them have sparked intense debates about the future of these technologies by policymakers.

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8 Carbon-Neutral Household Products for the Conscious Consumer

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If you’re like many conscious consumers, you’re probably at least a little bit concerned about the size of your carbon footprint. Every time we buy a new product, drive a car, take a flight or flip on the air conditioner, we contribute to carbon pollution.

Save on Your Energy Bill with These Fun Household Activities

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Saving money isn’t always fun. Being environmentally responsible can sometimes feel more like a chore than a privilege. Try walking around with a handful of messy food you are trying to eat while juggling a purse, shopping bags, and a plastic bottle of water.

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Will the Future Be Zero Waste? What It Could Look Like in a Decade

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It’s never been more important to envision a better future for our world. In the face of so many serious environmental issues, we need a lot more than just awareness of what’s wrong.

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The Future of Transportation is Green: A Pollution-Free World

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Nowadays, there seems to be no distance we cannot cover. We have cars to take us from towns to nearby cities. Ships to transport heavy cargo across oceans. We also have airplanes to take us from one country to another. We even have rockets to reach into the heavenly bodies surrounding our planet.

How to mine BTC with Wind Energy?

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Wind Energy Crypto Mining. It is common knowledge that cryptocurrencies can have devastating effects on the environment. This is due to the proof-of-work consensus mechanism used by most cryptocurrencies.

The HVAC Industry: Upcoming Trends for Technicians

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Do you work in the HVAC industry? If so, you probably already know that you need to keep up with its new technology and features. This is especially important since the field is expected to grow this year substantially. For those curious about what things to stay aware of, keep reading.

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How to Be More Sustainable in the Kitchen

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The kitchen is one of the busiest rooms in a house, and its activities can match a manufacturing process. In such a progression of activities, it is difficult to avoid waste. However, it is possible to devise ways of handling waste in the kitchen to promote a healthy environment.

Healthy Trees = Healthy Environment

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How to Take Care of The Trees on Your Property. What has lots of bark, but no bite? Trees, of course! Ensure your landscaping is barking up the right tree by taking care of the towering giants – or aspiring towering giants – on your property.

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10 Reasons To Make The Switch To Green Cleaning

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Many of us care about the environment – some of us even go beyond the extra mile and take the effort to donate towards conservation groups and make important lifestyle changes to help clean up the planet. However, what if the problem is closer to home than we think?

Is It Possible To Prevent Global Warming?

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Humanity has greatly affected the environment since ancient times and continues to do so. Have you ever thought about how I can prevent the effects of global warming, which we feel the effect of today ? So let’s take a look together. What is Global Warming?

How To Incorporate Sustainable Materials Into Your Everyday Life

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Sustainability is a practice that can and should be implemented routinely and faithfully in everyone’s life.

Four Ways You Can Become More Environmentally Friendly in 2021

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One of the best developments that have come out of the past few decades is that people are becoming a lot more environmentally friendly. Many of us are becoming more eco-conscious about the different decisions we make allowing us to become friendlier towards the environment.

How to Reduce Your Business Waste In 2021: Top Tips

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If you want to make your business more sustainable in 2021 and bounce back from the current economic crisis, reducing your business waste is a great place to start.

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How Electricity Bills Are Affected by Utility Prices?

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Here we will discuss the impact of utility prices on electricity bills. The price of electricity is not just a cost to consumers, it also affects the economy in a huge way. Utilities are vital to society and people’s lives. They provide power, water, and gas.

Simple Ways to Detox Your Home

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None of us want to expose our families to toxins, especially not when we’re at home. When you take steps to detoxify your home environment, you can improve the health of everyone who lives there. Simple home detoxification steps can also help you be a more environmentally-friendly person.

A Poisoned Chalice: Curious case of glamour and deterioration of Punjab post Green Revolution

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Abstract. The Green revolution brought about in India in 1960s was a game changer, it revolutionized agricultural production and perpetuated a paradigm shift in the Agrarian scenario.

The Dangers of Air Leaks Cannot Be Ignored

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Many unforeseen circumstances can arise in businesses where they need to address their urgent attention towards something, and one of those could be air leak detection.

How can you save energy working from home?

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Across the last few years, businesses around the world have seen huge changes as a result of COVID-19. One of the most significant shifts is the work force moving from the office to working at home.

5 Things To Do To Manage Climate Anxiety

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To alleviate and manage climate anxiety is a process that takes dedication and time. However, there are some simple ways you can take that will help ease your climate-based anxiety and make a positive impact in your life and world at the same time.

Cultivated, Sustainable Food: A Growing Industry with Seemingly Endless Possibilities

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Conspiracy theorists often claim that the world is running out of food. While it might seem that way for someone who’s only willing to scratch the surface of the food industry looking for the worst-case scenario, it’s nowhere close to the truth.

Future Trends in Sustainable Technology

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Over the past few years, the UK has been edging towards its goal of net zero by 2050. There has been a huge uptick in electric vehicle owners, we’ve seen more people take advantage of renewable tariffs, and the government has introduced more grants to help people afford these changes.

A Home Buyer’s Guide to Green Homes

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If you’re in the market for a new home and conscious of being environmentally friendly, you may consider looking specifically for a green home. Green homes are designed to be sustainable through their energy usage, building materials, or both.

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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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How Do You Test a Fuel Tank?

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When it comes to fuel tanks, it’s essential to make sure they are always in good condition. It is necessary for safety reasons, but it can also help improve fuel efficiency. Fuel tank testing is a process used to determine the condition of a fuel tank.

Home Energy Saving Tips

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Cutting back on energy consumption reduces carbon emissions, improving quality of life and air quality. Energy-saving positively impacts the environment and lowers your energy bill. Combining simple energy-saving changes can potentially reduce your energy bill.

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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8 Reasons Why You Should Start Properly Recycling Your E-Waste Today

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A pile of old computers waiting for sending to recycle plant. Nearly 5 pounds of garbage is produced in America per person, daily. All of that amounts to billions of tons of trash annually.

6 Ways Businesses Can Save with Renewable Energy (No Electricity Bills + Tax Incentives)

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Many businesses’ top concern is finding ways to free up cash flow continuously. Some common methods include switching to low-cost advertising and strategically negotiating with vendors. These other methods can become tiring and cause burnout very quickly.

What is hard water?

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We consume and use water in our daily lives but rarely do we stop to think – is this water at its best quality? Well, we do know it is clean water, but did you know that you most probably are using hard water?

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