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Eco Friendly March 9, 2020

Trees Aren’t Doing So Hot – climate change is effecting untouched forests

Trees are really important in the climate crisis. The carbon sinks that tropical forests provide, specifically, have been seen as a sort of savior during climate change. The trees absorb the carbon and actually do great with the extra carbon dioxide in the air. But unfortunately they’re not doing so great with the other issues with climate change and may be putting more carbon into the air as they die.


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Trees Aren’t Doing So Hot – climate change is effecting untouched forests
Eco Friendly March 5, 2020

Plastic That Breaks Down In The Ocean Can Happen – but there’s a catch

Making plastic that degrade in the ocean isn’t impossible, it’s VERY doable in a number of different ways in fact! But it turns out that implementing such things in a cost effective manner is a bit beyond us at this time so lets not ignore immediate benefits of the Three R’s, Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle.


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Plastic That Breaks Down In The Ocean Can Happen – but there’s a catch
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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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