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Study warns we need to protect at least 30 percent of the Earth to save it

A new study is warning world leaders that we must strive to protect at least 30 percent, or preferably up to 50 percent of the Earth in order to save it from irreversible catastrophe that would negatively impact humans. Climate change and exploitation have put ecosystems around the globe at serious risk for decades and […]

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Scientist finds beloved lake from his childhood polluted, see what he did next

What if there were a totally safe, biodegradable nanomaterial that could transform polluted ponds and lakes into healthy, vibrant ecosystems again? It turns out, that such a technology already exists, created by a young man named Marino Morikawa.   A Peruvian-Japanese scientist with a degree in environmental science from a university in Japan, Marino Morikawa, […]

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Over 3,500 Amazon employees call for company to take action to address climate change

As the threat of climate change continues to grow, thousands of Amazon employees are asking the company to act to address it even if the federal government won’t. Over 3,500 Amazon employees signed an open letter on Wednesday calling on founder and CEO Jeff Bezos and the Board of Directors to put the company’s vast […]

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This is how we all can make a difference to reduce water pollution-

As you read this, consider that your brain is made up of 73 percent water, while the planet we live on is about 70 percent water. Only three percent of Earth’s water is freshwater, with most of that locked in ice.   Now consider that the human population is climbing from over 7.7 billion people […]

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The future is green with industrial hemp: Top uses for Cannabis sativa

On Monday, the Florida Senate Agriculture Committee approved a bill to create a regulatory framework for the newly legalized industrial hemp industry in America. The Sunshine State is on the verge of becoming a “hemp pioneer.” The notorious plant has been grown for 10,000 years but its use in agriculture has suffered from its association […]

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Learn These Crucial DIY Rainwater Collection System Techniques TODAY!

Interested in a DIY rainwater collection system? Well lucky for you, you’re not alone. Rainwater has become a popular water source alternative in recent years. So we’ve collected some of the most important techniques so you can build a DIY rainwater collection system yourself.  Quick Navigation What Are the Benefits of a Rainwater Collection System?Is It […]

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This is how eco-friendly housing can be gratifying and prosperous

As warnings about climate change become more and more common in the daily news, many homeowners are faced with concerns they haven’t had to think about too much before. Would my home be ready to withstand a natural disaster? What if my house isn’t ready for a changing climate?   Meanwhile across the world, people […]

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Will a Window Film Really Help You Save Money?

What Is Window Film?Window film is a thin laminate film that can be installed to the interior or exterior of glass. Some places that window film is commonly seen include automobiles, boats, and the interior or exterior of glass in homes and buildings. It is typically made from polyethylene terephthalate (PET), a thermoplastic polymer resin […]

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Water Saving Toilets: Are They Worth the Investment?

Technology has evolved over the years, helping us to be more efficient in practically everything we do. In fact, technology has even improved water efficiency in our bathrooms by giving us water saving toilets as an option. This drastically reduced water consumption in homes that made the switch, which benefits many areas with water scarcity. If […]

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Green Schools: A Way for Districts to Save the Environment and Money

School districts are a huge business that employ millions of people and use tons and tons of resources. Most of the time, schools will waste precious materials and overuse valuable resources. They are aware of the problems, but it is difficult to change how much energy a 40 year old building uses. Green schools are […]

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