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Eco Friendly September 27, 2019 posted by

World Has a Long Way To Go With Emissions – there’s positive moves but there needs to be more

The world has a long way to go before it meets climate goals that they’ve set forth. As it turns out, only two countries, Morocco and Gambia are currently meeting their goals but this isn’t for lack of trying. It’s just that energy is a complicated matter but there are still some ways they can improve.


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World Has a Long Way To Go With Emissions – there’s positive moves but there needs to be more
Eco Friendly September 27, 2019 posted by

The Atmosphere is Like It Never Was Before – current levels of CO2 are first in history

The world of today is really different from the world of yesterday. Food, technology, our atmosphere. Just totally different. And by atmosphere we don’t mean the vibe and general mood of the world. For the first time ever, we’ve reached 415ppm CO2 and that’s a lot.


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The Atmosphere is Like It Never Was Before – current levels of CO2 are first in history
Eco Friendly September 26, 2019 posted by

The Future Needs Batteries – in order to get the most renewable energy, we need energy storage

Renewable energy is the future because emissions caused by current energies are literally killing us. But the sun doesn’t always shine, the wind doesn’t always blow so how do we keep up with demand? The answer is simple: Batteries! But to become fully sustainable, we’re going to have to ramp up their production and quality.


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The Future Needs Batteries – in order to get the most renewable energy, we need energy storage
Eco Friendly September 26, 2019 posted by

Mapping the Greenhouse Gases – new satellite will give new view of atmosphere

We’ll have a new idea of the planet’s greenhouse effect in the coming years. A new satellite is being launched by Europe that will be able to look at the long wavelength portion of the electromagnetic spectrum which may lead to new data about our warming planet.


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Mapping the Greenhouse Gases – new satellite will give new view of atmosphere
Eco Friendly September 25, 2019 posted by

Ocean Related Issues Rapidly Rising – sea level events will become yearly by 2050

Major sea level events happen once a century on average but that time is coming to an end as by 2050 we could be seeing these major events once a year unless we curb our reliance on fossil fuels and start turning things around with the climate crisis.


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Ocean Related Issues Rapidly Rising – sea level events will become yearly by 2050
Eco Friendly September 24, 2019 posted by

Environmental Crisis Then and Now – climate change is something totally different

Although the phrase “climate change” may be a bit newer the idea of making changes to avoid man made environmental disasters is not, so why is the momentum behind them so different from the 70s and 80s? Well, the short answer is because climate change isn’t as “exciting”.


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Environmental Crisis Then and Now – climate change is something totally different
Eco Friendly September 23, 2019 posted by

Are Cities Bad for the Environment – do urban areas really cause more emissions than rural

Cities have a lot emissions and often get the fingers pointed at them for causing too much pollution but is that really the case? This article breaks down emissions between cities and large towns and as it turns out, the cities aren’t doing so bad.


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Are Cities Bad for the Environment – do urban areas really cause more emissions than rural
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