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Eco Friendly December 10, 2019 posted by

Bottled Water Isn’t Necessary – court blocks company in move to privatize water

In case you didn’t know, in areas where there is available tap water, bottling water for sale is not an essential public service. You probably already assumed that but that didn’t keep Nestle from trying to be listed as one in their ongoing attempts to privatize water all over the United States.


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Bottled Water Isn’t Necessary – court blocks company in move to privatize water
Eco Friendly December 6, 2019 posted by

IKEA Parent Company Commits To Green – plans for sustainability for its company go big over next decade

Shop guilt free at IKEA in the future as the parent company of the popular furniture store is ramping up its plans to become carbon neutral over the next decade. They’ll be pouring £171 million into green energy and sustainable practices.


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IKEA Parent Company Commits To Green – plans for sustainability for its company go big over next decade
Eco Friendly December 4, 2019 posted by

Hottest Decade on Record – soaring temperatures are a concrete sign of the problem

It was really hot this year. One of the hottest on record and not really surprising, the entire decade is going to end up with that title. The last ten years have been the hottest on record and it’s likely going to get even warmer before it comes back down.


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Hottest Decade on Record – soaring temperatures are a concrete sign of the problem
Eco Friendly December 2, 2019 posted by

Music For Fish – scientists play reef sounds to draw fish back to degraded reefs

No one wants to go to a boring party. If you’re looking for an exciting time, you wouldn’t go to a library, you go where the music is playing. Well turns out that fish feel the same way. In a strange but pretty neat experiment, scientists played healthy reef sounds in dead coral and the fish flocked to it.


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Music For Fish – scientists play reef sounds to draw fish back to degraded reefs
Eco Friendly November 29, 2019 posted by

Is It Already Too Late? – have we crossed the line on the climate?

The worst thing about climate change is we don’t know exactly how it’s going to act. We have some idea but nature is a fickle thing. Some scientists believe that we’re already beginning to pass some tipping points but it’s important to remember that this is speculation and not an excuse not to take action.


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Is It Already Too Late? – have we crossed the line on the climate?
Eco Friendly November 29, 2019 posted by

Philadelphia To Build Compost Site – the city is focusing on sustainability

Philadelphia is opening a city wide composting facility to help tackle their garbage problem. The single facility will be compost waste from 30-35 recreation centers with plans to scale up to all of them. In addition to the main site, there will be eleven other sites round the city to serve the community directly.


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Philadelphia To Build Compost Site – the city is focusing on sustainability