Posts by Category: Eco Friendly

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Eco Friendly May 6, 2019 posted by

Carbon Capture Garden – plant your own veggies to fight against emissions

Most people who are about that sustainable life know by now that their plain grass lawns aren’t exactly the best environmental choice but now you’ve got one more reason to change your grass into an actual garden: carbon sinks. Build your own carbon capturing powerhouse and maybe get some flowers or veggies out of the effort.


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Carbon Capture Garden – plant your own veggies to fight against emissions
Eco Friendly May 3, 2019 posted by

Amazon One Day Shipping – the new standard might not be great for the Earth

Amazon shipping is moving towards one day shipping on orders for Prime members and although this is exciting for everyone getting packages, it’s not such great news for the environment. That instant gratification delivery can mean an increase in carbon footprints across the board.


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Amazon One Day Shipping – the new standard might not be great for the Earth
Eco Friendly April 25, 2019 posted by

Save Your Local Park – green spaces do a lot of good for people and the environment

Your local park is important and as the climate warms up, you should fight to keep it. Green spaces are crucial, especially in urban environments, in the fight against climate change. They have a ton of social and health benefits for people but they also have some pretty good benefits for the planet.


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Save Your Local Park – green spaces do a lot of good for people and the environment
Eco Friendly April 25, 2019 posted by

Small Changes Matter – smaller changes at sensitive times may have large impact on climate

It’s going to take a lot to make the sort of changes we need to disrupt climate change, everyone knows that, right? Well, maybe that’s not exactly true. Maybe a small push, at just the right time, might be good too. Researchers have proposed a new theory, that smaller changes enacted at critical points might help to turn back the clock on the changing world.


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Small Changes Matter – smaller changes at sensitive times may have large impact on climate
Eco Friendly April 19, 2019 posted by

TENG – electricity from snow

Snow, most people are pretty annoyed when it starts falling but maybe in the future it will be a boon to our electricity bills. New device can create electricity from snowfall which may also go on to bridge the gap for solar usage in areas were it snows a lot. The triboelectric nanogenerator (TENG) can make sustainable energy an option even for frozen wastelands.


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TENG – electricity from snow
Eco Friendly April 15, 2019 posted by

Rareform – bags from billboards

Tote bags, the answer to the plastic bag issue. Well, as we brought up before, not always and you have to be careful about what materials you’re replacing plastic with but a solid rule of thumb is to try to stick with upcycled and re-purposed materials when buying new. Rareform is the company that makes bags (and other things) from billboards.


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