Posts by tag: sustainable living

Eco Friendly February 7, 2020 posted by

Bands Make Changes to Concerts for the Climate – live music has a footprint, some bands are working to make it smaller

Everyone likes live music! It’s really fun to see a band, especially if they’re you’re favorite band, play live but there is a carbon cost to that. A pretty high one in some cases. Your local group probably isn’t creating a whole lot of emissions but your stadium band, in most cases, are. A few musicians have taken a stand for the climate.

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Bands Make Changes to Concerts for the Climate – live music has a footprint, some bands are working to make it smaller
Eco Friendly January 3, 2020 posted by

Plastic Waste Is A Huge Problem – even with all the press, it continues to be a huge mess

It’s 2020 and we need to be really honest about something: Plastic is a huge problem. Everyone knows that the material harmful to the environment that it often finds itself in but how big of a problem is something that we’re shielded from. Plastic pollution is a massive issue that will take decades to clean up and the only way to cut down on it is to stop using it.

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Plastic Waste Is A Huge Problem – even with all the press, it continues to be a huge mess
Eco Friendly January 2, 2020 posted by

Germany’s Masterclass in Coal Shut Down – moves away from coal without layoffs

Shutting down the coal industry is vital for fighting climate change. The fuel source that has been an essential part of life for well over a century just isn’t a sustainable option for a variety or reasons. But shutting down the mines and plants leaves people and their communities in the cold. Germany is a masterclass in powering down the coal industry without leaving anyone behind.

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Germany’s Masterclass in Coal Shut Down –  moves away from coal without layoffs