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 3, 2020 posted by Donyae Coles

Plastic Waste Is A Huge Problem – even with all the press, it continues to be a huge mess

It’s 2020 and we need to be really honest about something: Plastic is a huge problem. Everyone knows that the material harmful to the environment that it often finds itself in but how big of a problem is something that we’re shielded from. Plastic pollution is a massive issue that will take decades to clean up and the only way to cut down on it is to stop using it.

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Plastic Waste Is A Huge Problem – even with all the press, it continues to be a huge mess
Eco Friendly January 2, 2020 posted by Donyae Coles

Germany’s Masterclass in Coal Shut Down – moves away from coal without layoffs

Shutting down the coal industry is vital for fighting climate change. The fuel source that has been an essential part of life for well over a century just isn’t a sustainable option for a variety or reasons. But shutting down the mines and plants leaves people and their communities in the cold. Germany is a masterclass in powering down the coal industry without leaving anyone behind.

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Germany’s Masterclass in Coal Shut Down –  moves away from coal without layoffs
hmm..interesting December 31, 2019 posted by Donyae Coles

Pyrocumunlonimbus Storms – Australia’s bush fires are making their own weather

The bush fires in Australia are really bad. If you’ve been paying attention to the news at all then you’ve likely seen video or read reports about how terrible these blazes are. In fact, they are so big this year that they are actually generating their own weather patterns and creating pyrocumulonimbus types of thunderstorms. Which can drop rain, which is great, but also potentially lightening which is. . . not so great.

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Pyrocumunlonimbus Storms – Australia’s bush fires are making their own weather
Eco Friendly December 30, 2019 posted by Donyae Coles

Indus – the microalgae wall that cleans water

Who says pollution solutions can’t be beautiful? Indus is a water pollution cleaning system made from ceramic tiles and algae. The resulting wall is very aesthetically pleasing and may prove to be a low cost way of dealing with dyes and chemicals.

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Indus – the microalgae wall that cleans water
Eco Friendly December 23, 2019 posted by Donyae Coles

Olive Jift Project – turning waste into fuel

One of the best things next to eliminating waste that we can do for our environment is find practical and sustainable ways to use that waste in other products. That’s the goal behind the Olive Jift Project that turns the waste from olive oil pressing into fuel pellets.

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Olive Jift Project – turning waste into fuel