Posts by Category: Eco Friendly

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Eco Friendly September 20, 2019 posted by

Do Personal Acts Matter – if everyone does a little, we can do a lot

Do personal choices affect climate change outcomes? That’s one of the big questions for the climate crisis. We know that the major factors come from industry and obviously, a private person forgoing air travel or cutting meat from their menu won’t change that. But, even so, making personal changes can have an impact, just not exactly in the way we think.


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Do Personal Acts Matter – if everyone does a little, we can do a lot
Eco Friendly September 19, 2019 posted by

Rights of Nature Laws – new laws would give lakes, trees, and land rights

If you’ve been on the internet for a any length of time you’ve probably read the meme about the tree that owns itself. This delightful story may actually hold some guidance for how we should treat nature in the future. There’s a growing movement to assign Rights of Nature laws could change how we interact with it.


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Rights of Nature Laws – new laws would give lakes, trees, and land rights
Eco Friendly September 16, 2019 posted by

Chemicals Found in Dolphins – invisible pollution has consequences

There’s a lot of discussion about the pollution that we can see, namely plastic in most cases. But lets not forget that it’s not just the bags that are a problem for the environment, we use a lot of chemicals and those chemicals are getting into the ecosystem too. A new study has found very high levels of toxic chemicals in bottle-nose dolphins.


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Chemicals Found in Dolphins – invisible pollution has consequences
Eco Friendly September 13, 2019 posted by

Denmark Moves to Ban PFAS – the potentially harmful chemical is on food wrappers and clothing

The chemicals that keep food packaging from getting greasy and clothes from getting stained is potentially harmful to humans and animals so Denmark is moving to ban them completely. This move may not be successful but it is a powerful statement for the environment and health.


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Denmark Moves to Ban PFAS – the potentially harmful chemical is on food wrappers and clothing
Eco Friendly September 12, 2019 posted by

Deforestation is Going Up – despite the importance of trees, we’re still cutting too many down

I think by now everyone is pretty clear that trees are kind of important in the fight against climate change. So why is deforestation STILL a huge problem? The quick answer is human greed. The bad news is that since 2014, deforestation has gone up instead of down.


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Deforestation is Going Up – despite the importance of trees, we’re still cutting too many down
Eco Friendly September 11, 2019 posted by

Oysters for the Shorelines – natural oyster colonies can help push against climate change fueled loss

The coastlines are of major concern as the world heats up and oceans rise. The displacement of people will be a large issue if homes and communities along coastal lines are lost. So protecting them is really important. One unlikely candidate for hero is the oyster.


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Oysters for the Shorelines – natural oyster colonies can help push against climate change fueled loss