Monthly Archives: November 2019

Eco Friendly November 28, 2019 posted by

Pinyapel – the better paper cup

Plastic is in almost everything we use. Even in our paper cups and some bags. Sure they don’t FEEL like plastic or even look like it, but the plastic is there and when we go to throw them away, the paper part decomposes but the plastic sticks around for much longer. Enter Pinyapel, the company that makes actual, usable paper products.

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Pinyapel – the better paper cup
Eco Friendly November 25, 2019 posted by

Climate Change and VR – planners use headsets to hopefully help us avoid a bad end

Everyone has heard that sea levels will rise and that there will be flooding, fires, and drought all due to climate change. But what does that actually mean? What does it look like for the people who will be affected? Climate researchers and planners are using virtual reality to show people what it will really be like to encourage more to act against it.

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Climate Change and VR – planners use headsets to hopefully help us avoid a bad end
Eco Friendly November 22, 2019 posted by

Labour Proposes Radical Idea – remove corporations from Stock Exchange who don’t clean up

In a radical move, the Labour party plans to de-list companies who do not take action on climate change if they are a source of emissions or other risk factors, from the Stock Exchange. This sort of drastic approach to force companies to take responsibility is becoming more common and may be what is needed to turn the tide on the issue.

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Labour Proposes Radical Idea – remove corporations from Stock Exchange who don’t clean up