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Eco Friendly March 4, 2020

Water and Cattle – beef production uses major water but not how you think

If you care about the environment you have likely lowered if not all together ended eating beef. It’s been well publicized that beef production is at the root of many environmental issues but one that is often overlooked is the water shortages it causes. Watering crops for cattle consumption is really sucking US rivers dry.


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Water and Cattle – beef production uses major water but not how you think
Eco Friendly March 4, 2020

Cooking Oil to 3D Printing – new research develops a way to recycle oil

If you cook you’ve probably got a jar of used oil sitting somewhere near your stove. Hopefully you’re not dumping it down the drain. Most people put it out with the trash but what if you could recycle it? Researchers from the University of Toronto have devised a way to turn used oil from McDonald’s into 3D printing resin that is biodegradable.


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Cooking Oil to 3D Printing – new research develops a way to recycle oil
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Eco Friendly March 3, 2020

Man Made Emissions – ice cores show that we’ve been releasing them for some time

Climate change is a naturally occurring event. Many of the gasses we categorize as emissions are released naturally through a number of events and this has been the case since the beginning of time. The climate crisis however is something completely man made and ice tells us how long we’ve been spitting out emissions.


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Man Made Emissions – ice cores show that we’ve been releasing them for some time
Eco Friendly March 2, 2020

Air Pollution is Making Us Sick – the troubling reality of smog

Environmental discussions can be extremely polarizing but one thing that nearly everyone can agree on is that air pollution is a problem that should be taken seriously. In fact, it’s more of a problem than previously thought. A new study revealed that air pollution may shorten life expectancy of almost three years globally.


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Air Pollution is Making Us Sick – the troubling reality of smog
Eco Friendly March 2, 2020

Return of the Ospreys – the reduction of pesticides brings this bird back from the brink

It’s hard to really notice how much difference our efforts make towards a cleaner and more sustainable planet. This is especially true if they happen over a long time. It’s easy to forget what things were like when they were “bad”. Still, there are little reminders how of how much the work of environmentalism is making things better, like in this lovely tale of sighting an osprey.


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Return of the Ospreys – the reduction of pesticides brings this bird back from the brink
Eco Friendly March 2, 2020

Losing Biodiversity Is A Huge Problem – without it, climate change will be more devastating

Even if you’re not too outdoors-y, you’ve probably heard of Roundup, the popular herbicide. It’s used by many farmers to protect their crops from weeds but spraying the chemical releases glyphosate over more than just the fields, it’s get everywhere and effects everything, especially in the water. This is causing loss of biodiviersity which may mean less chance for many species survival as the climate changes.


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Losing Biodiversity Is A Huge Problem – without it, climate change will be more devastating

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