Author Archives: Donyae Coles

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Info: Donyae’s love for technology is based on a need to survive our future robotic overlords. Know thy enemy as you know yourself. But since even odds are on the zombie future, she has also learned how to prepare squirrel. You can find her on Facebook until the robots - or zombies - rise up.
Eco Friendly January 10, 2020 posted by Donyae Coles

Is Going Plastic Free Really Best? – some people think not

With many companies moving to remove plastic from their shops and businesses, some groups are concerned that the alternatives may harm the environment, just in different ways. They argue that it’s six in one hand and a half dozen in the other, ditching plastic may just be trading for a less visible problem.

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Is Going Plastic Free Really Best? – some people think not
Eco Friendly January 10, 2020 posted by Donyae Coles

Tips for a Greener 2020 – check out these small changes for a better future

The world is in trouble. Although much of the eco-problems we’re dealing with, the big contributors to climate change and pollution are at the feet of corporations, that doesn’t mean that we, the individuals of the world, shouldn’t do anything at all to try and make things better. This article has five pretty simple things you can start or think about starting this year.

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Tips for a Greener 2020 – check out these small changes for a better future
Eco Friendly January 7, 2020 posted by Donyae Coles

Recycle or Trash? – check out this guide to the blue bin

Recycling won’t solve every pollution issue we have but it will help in some cases. Not everything we use can be recycled and there are even more things that we think can be, but really shouldn’t go into the blue bin. Here’s a quick list of some common items that should just be thrown in the trash.

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Recycle or Trash? – check out this guide to the blue bin
Eco Friendly January 6, 2020 posted by Donyae Coles

Lithium-Sulphur Batteries – charge your phone once a week

Battery life is the bane of all modern technologies. Doesn’t matter how awesome something is, if the battery doesn’t last long enough, it’s functionally worthless. This is true for our phones, cars and renewable energy options. A new type of lithium-sulphur battery may change all of this though.

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Lithium-Sulphur Batteries – charge your phone once a week
Eco Friendly January 6, 2020 posted by Donyae Coles

Veganuary – test out veganism this month

Happy January! It’s Veganuary! A month where people try on vegan living for a little while and if they like it, stick with it for the whole entire year. Not sure where to start? Well there’s a website for that! The site has recopies and tips to get you through the month. But if you’re doing it for climate reasons, there are some things to consider.

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Veganuary – test out veganism this month
Eco Friendly January 3, 2020 posted by Donyae Coles

Hydrogen in Natural Gas – the future of heating

Natural gas is commonly used for heating and it, like so many other things, causes emissions. In order to help cut those emissions, a test is going on at Keele University where natural gas is blended with 20% hydrogen to make a gas that releases less emissions.

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Hydrogen in Natural Gas – the future of heating