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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
Eco Friendly February 28, 2020

Sustainable and Harmonious – a solid plan for the future

Sustainable living is an important factor when thinking about the climate crisis and how to move against it. It does not make sense to start using a metal straw for occasional drinks that need it when you are still bringing home a ton of plastic from the grocery store. Sonam Wangchuk gives a more opened ended perspective in this fabulous interview.


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Sustainable and Harmonious – a solid plan for the future
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Eco Friendly February 28, 2020

Manufacturers To Be Charged for Their Packaging – money to support recycling

Recycling in the US is often times a nice idea in theory but in practice, is more trouble than some counties are finding it’s worth which has led to many places ending their recycling pick up. To keep this from happening, some think that the onus for the bill should be on the producers of the plastic.


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Manufacturers To Be Charged for Their Packaging – money to support recycling
Eco Friendly February 26, 2020

Shrubs Against Climate Change – this simple plant may be the key to revitalizing an area

We talk about planting trees a lot to help in the climate crisis but those aren’t the only green life that can help. In South Africa there’s an unlikely hero in the fight against climate change. The spekboom, a type of succulent shrub that shows promise in turning things around for the area.


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Shrubs Against Climate Change – this simple plant may be the key to revitalizing an area

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