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Eco Friendly April 8, 2019

What’s the Carbon Count? – Guardian to publish daily count alongside the weather

CO2 levels are sort of an abstract idea when it comes to the public. They are very real, and can be measured in real ways but most people really only here about them yearly, or when some big report comes out that manages to come across their radar. The Guardian wants to change that by reporting the CO2 level daily with the rest of the weather.


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What’s the Carbon Count? – Guardian to publish daily count alongside the weather
Eco Friendly April 8, 2019

Cotton Totes Aren’t Great – new study shows that these totes have some hidden dangers

People generally know that plastic bags aren’t great for the environment but are you aware your cotton tote isn’t either? Sure it’s not going to end up in the ocean or sitting around a landfill forever and ever but it has some drawbacks as well. Which isn’t to say dump it, it’s just use it as much as you can before you replace it.


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Cotton Totes Aren’t Great – new study shows that these totes have some hidden dangers
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Relive the Last of the 00’s, Musically – Internet Archive saves a portion of the lost MySpace music

A few weeks ago it was announced that MySpace (which still exists) had lost around 12 years worth of music that had been uploaded to the site. This was a major bummer to a lot of people, bands and fans alike who viewed it as a sort of archive. Good news, the actual Internet Archive saved some of the music and you can search and listen to it!


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Relive the Last of the 00’s, Musically – Internet Archive saves a portion of the lost MySpace music
hmm..interesting April 5, 2019

Microsoft Books Store Closing – readers have to July to read what they brought

Most people buy their ebooks from Google, Apple, and Amazon but there are other retailers out there. One of of which was Microsoft until recently. The company is shuttering the service and this means that people will lose access to the books they’ve brought, a long time problem with digital media.


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Microsoft Books Store Closing – readers have to July to read what they brought
Eco Friendly April 4, 2019

China On Climate Change – they’ve got a long road ahead but they’re making real change

When we talk about climate change, there are a few “bad actors” on the global stage that get mentioned a lot. One of them is China and honestly, they don’t deserve it. Although they are responsible for a good deal of carbon emissions, they’re really cleaning up their act and more importantly, climate change is everyone’s problem.


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China On Climate Change – they’ve got a long road ahead but they’re making real change

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