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Eco Friendly February 3, 2020 posted by

Climate Crisis Leave Women Vulnerable – gender based violence rises with the temperature

There’s another danger caused by the climate crisis that may be all but invisible to many. As things become more dire in communities already feeling the pressure from the crisis, an increase in gender based violence putting many women and girls in developing nations in danger.


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Climate Crisis Leave Women Vulnerable – gender based violence rises with the temperature
Eco Friendly January 30, 2020 posted by

Electric Bikes Making A Comeback – the once novelty transport might become more popular than electric cars

Electric cars get a lot of attention but another electric mode of transpiration might just overtake them. The number of electric bikes is climbing up and the transportation option may prove more popular for one simple reason: Accessibility.


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Electric Bikes Making A Comeback – the once novelty transport might become more popular than electric cars
Eco Friendly January 30, 2020 posted by

New Bill For Environmental Protections in the UK – bill has its detractors but most agree it’s a good step

A new, expanded Environment Bill in the UK is in the works to tackle plastic waste head on. The new bill will ban the export of plastic and put nature and sustainability at the forefront of efforts to slow down the rising tide of plastic waste.


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New Bill For Environmental Protections in the UK – bill has its detractors but most agree it’s a good step
Eco Friendly January 29, 2020 posted by

Sinking City Proof of Climate Crisis – one African city is already disappearing into the sea

When we talk about the climate crisis it is generally as something that will happen. If we don’t get the emissions in check the temperature will heat up. If we don’t stop emissions then we will have more fires. If we don’t stop emissions then we will have rising sea levels. But these things are already happening. Saint-Louis, Senegal is proof.


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Sinking City Proof of Climate Crisis – one African city is already disappearing into the sea
Eco Friendly January 29, 2020 posted by

Six Things To Meet Climate Goals – it’s not fancy gadgets, it’s education and legislation

The climate crisis is well, a crisis! It’s a major problem that is hurting us all and we all need to come together to help make the changes that will save us from a terrible future. Although it has been proven that most emissions are caused on the corporate level and not personal, changing societies views on such waste will push that level to make changes as well. There are six key things science has identified to make that change.


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Six Things To Meet Climate Goals – it’s not fancy gadgets, it’s education and legislation
Eco Friendly January 29, 2020 posted by

Climate Change’s Role In Wildfires – research seeks to find link between the two

Australia just had one of the most devastating wildfires on record. It burned for a number of days and destroyed hundreds of miles worth of animal and human habitats displacing millions. It is true that Australia often has wildfires and they even had a few really bad ones, but one of the underlying causes of this one may have been climate change and scientists are on a race to find out.


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Climate Change’s Role In Wildfires – research seeks to find link between the two
Eco Friendly January 27, 2020 posted by

Are Houseplants Bad – is your fern more trouble than it’s worth?

Houseplants are very popular these days. Mainly for their aesthetic appeal, after all, nothing livens up a space like some green! But also for their health benefits. Cleaner air and maybe a little bit of a boost to your mental state. But are they bad for the environment? Well, the answer is, maybe if you’re not mindful.


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Are Houseplants Bad – is your fern more trouble than it’s worth?
Eco Friendly January 24, 2020 posted by

Geoengineering To Save The Planet – radical ideas to buy time in the climate crisis

The icecaps are melting and that’s a major problem for a variety of reasons. One being the rising sea levels but another being that losing the reflective poles will make our planet warmer. Some people want to save the ice by geoengineering. Most of their ideas aren’t really feasible but man are they cool.


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Geoengineering To Save The Planet – radical ideas to buy time in the climate crisis
Eco Friendly January 23, 2020 posted by

Plastic Recycling Isn’t What You Think – most ends up in landfills

It’s time to get a reality check about recycling. There’s nothing wrong about it but it’s not the cure all to the plastic problem and in fact, most plastic ends up in landfills or burnt, not made into new products. In 2020, people should strive to purchase less plastic rather than counting on recycling to fix everything.


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Plastic Recycling Isn’t What You Think – most ends up in landfills