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Eco Friendly February 27, 2019 posted by

UK government plans massive recycling scheme for the future

One would think that since the United Kingdom (UK) is a first-world country with all the benefits that come with that position, the nation would likely have a more environmentally friendly way to dispose of waste. But unfortunately, as things stand that’s definitely not the case. But change is at hand. According to a report from SkyNews, Environment Secretary Michael Gove is preparing to publish details on the government’s plan to put a renewed focus into recycling come next week. The…


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UK government plans massive recycling scheme for the future
Eco Friendly February 27, 2019 posted by

Proof that humans are the cause of Climate Change is now definite

Hello there. If you are among the folks who truly believe Climate Change is caused by humans, then take a seat in the back. For the others who are still on the fence about the matter, then take a seat at the front and let’s discuss something. OK, so we’ve long known that up to 97 percent of all climate scientists agree that humans are the cause of Climate Change. However new information recently revealed has made a more definitive…


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Proof that humans are the cause of Climate Change is now definite
Eco Friendly February 26, 2019 posted by

Can we transform carbon emissions into rare Earth metals?

Leaching rare earth metals from ore is not an easy task, but it’s necessary because these metals are important for creating electric motors for EVs, wind turbines, and other types of electronics. Now, because more cities and countries around the world are making plans to take advantage of renewable energy, the need for rare Earth metals is increasing at a rapid pace, and that means researchers must find new ways gain access to these elements.


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Can we transform carbon emissions into rare Earth metals?
Eco Friendly February 25, 2019 posted by

How to have a conversation about Climate Change

Understanding climate change and the effect it has on our planet is not easy, especially for those who refuse to accept it. We all have our own belief and understanding of what is happening to the world. So changing people’s minds requires patience and the ability to walk away if all doors are shut. So the big question right now is, how can we have a conversation with non-believers about climate change with the hopes they’ll change their mind? Well,…


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How to have a conversation about Climate Change
Eco Friendly February 22, 2019 posted by

How much is comfort worth? Super soft toilet tissues are causing massive deforestation

Toilet paper is very important for obvious reasons, so it makes perfect sense for consumers to gravitate towards the best there is. Usually the best toilet paper is the soft stuff. But unfortunately, that comfort comes at a cost. This soft toilet paper might not be great for the environment. Here’s the thing, most soft toilet paper requires the use of virgin timber, and this comes from wood pulp via ancient trees in Canada and other parts of the world….


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How much is comfort worth? Super soft toilet tissues are causing massive deforestation
Eco Friendly February 22, 2019 posted by

Resin Bee – the world’s biggest bee – is back in action after being missing for 38-years

We’re not experts when it comes down to bees and most animal species, and that’s why we knew nothing of the Resin Bee, also known as Wallace’s Giant Bee. Yes, folks, it’s the largest bee on the planet, and for decades, scientists thought it went extinct. Such is no longer the case because the bee was recently found on a group of Indonesian island known as the North Moluccas. What’s interesting about the Resin Bee, is its  6 cm wingspan, and…


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Resin Bee – the world’s biggest bee – is back in action after being missing for 38-years
Eco Friendly February 20, 2019 posted by

Nature Box makes creating an indoor garden very easy

When you hear the word garden, the first thing that comes to mind is an outdoor space where plants are grown along with other forms of nature. But things are changing because we are now witnessing the rise of the indoor garden. It’s not easy to create and maintain indoor gardens, unless you’re good at remembering to water and make sure there’s enough light etc. But things are changing. We recently came across a device known as the Nature Box,…


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Nature Box makes creating an indoor garden very easy
Eco Friendly February 20, 2019 posted by

Lab grown meat in its current form could do more harm to the environment than good

Have you ever heard of “lab-grown meat”? Researchers are saying it’s the future and the best way to solve world hunger. It’s also supposed to be one of the many catalysts which will save the environment. But is that true? A recent study suggests that lab-grown meat could cause more damages to the planet than real meat over the long term. Right now we do know that meat farms produce a lot of greenhouse gas emissions, and this helps to increase…


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Lab grown meat in its current form could do more harm to the environment than good
Eco Friendly February 19, 2019 posted by

New eco-friendly wireworm killing fungus could reduce the need for pesticides

Have you ever heard of the wireworm? Well, farmers from around the world have to deal with this pest on a regular basis, especially potato farmers. Typically farmers would spray pesticides to get rid of these worms, but as we know, such things are not good for the environment. To help fight the wireworm pest, the EU chose to fund an eco-friendly project known as INBIOSOIL. It was designed from the ground up to control wireworms in potatoes, but not only…


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New eco-friendly wireworm killing fungus could reduce the need for pesticides
Eco Friendly February 18, 2019 posted by

B.Y.O containers are the future of grocery shopping

Protecting the environment should be the focus of every living human being, and one of the best ways to do this is to change how we shop for groceries. For decades we’ve been collecting our goods in plastic bags, but a huge change is taking place. Supermarket chains in several countries around the world are demanding that shoppers bring their own reusable bags. By going down this route, it’s possible for us as a species to decrease the number of…


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B.Y.O containers are the future of grocery shopping
Eco Friendly February 13, 2019 posted by

New Wash – Forget the shampoo and go totally natural clean

If you’re trying to go properly green and eco, you’ll know that one of  the most difficult things to drop is the less than earth friendly shampoo stuff. Sure there are options which don’t involve strange ingredients and horse hair. But for the most part we’ve been stuck with chemically enhanced products only. Until now.


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New Wash – Forget the shampoo and go totally natural clean