Water View all

Plastic waste in water bodies, endangers the lives of water birds

by: Dr. Marianne Furtado de Nazareth

Plastic waste in water bodies, endangers the lives of water birds

Plastic waste discarded in water bodies and oceans, has become an evil menace to the lives of all sorts of aquatic life, including water birds Water b...

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November 19, 2018

Straw Wars

by: Albert Bates

Straw Wars

500,000,000. Five with eight zeroes. That is how many plastic straws go into drink cups. Not every year, that’s every day. And that’s just in the...

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October 23, 2018

Sustainable Cities View all

Micro fibres- an insiduous problem we have unknowingly unleashed on ourselves

by: Dr. Marianne Furtado de Nazareth

Micro fibres- an insiduous problem we have unknowingly unleashed on ourselves

  You are pouring sweat after a 5k run and feeling good about yourself. Then the first thing you do is pull off all your sweaty garments and put...

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November 1, 2018

Mondelēz Will Make All Of Its Packaging Recyclable By 2025

by: Lana Bandoim

Mondelēz Will Make All Of Its Packaging Recyclable By 2025

By 2025, after eating all of the Oreo cookies in your house, it will be easier to destroy the evidence of a late-night binge because you will be able...

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October 17, 2018

Resources View all

An Act Of Love For All Of Creation

by: Pari Sharipova

An Act Of Love For All Of Creation

Is it possible to enjoy a  world that is built upon the shared values of kindness, caring, fairness, equality and, most importantly, love? Could you ...

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October 25, 2018

World could feed itself if people ate less meat, cut waste – study

by: Umberto Bacchi

World could feed itself if people ate less meat, cut waste – study

Vegetables are displayed for sale at a stand at Surquillo market in Lima, Peru, July 25, 2018. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo LONDON, Oct 10 (Thomson Reuters Fo...

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October 23, 2018

Buildings View all

Green buildings, what does the term actually mean?

by: Dr. Marianne Furtado de Nazareth

Green buildings, what does the term actually mean?

Green buildings are central to creating more sustainable cities But the current system needs to tighten regulations to approve the green tag. Reams h...

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November 10, 2018

A Clever Fix to the Biggest Climate Problem

by: Jeremy Deaton

A Clever Fix to the Biggest Climate Problem

Source: PxHere The most dangerous greenhouse gasses come from your fridge. This technology eliminates them. Climate change is a big, unwieldy problem...

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September 27, 2018

Climate Action View all

The murder of mature trees needs to stop

by: Marianne Furtado de Nazareth

The murder of mature trees needs to stop

A mature tree can produce a day’s supply of oxygen for four people. Nothing can beat the serenity of trees in an urban setting Mature trees which bl...

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December 1, 2018

With Shorter Winters, Plants Bloom Early and Die Young

by: Marlene Cimons

With Shorter Winters, Plants Bloom Early and Die Young

Flowers. Source: Pexels Rising temperatures are stunting the growth of plants, which soak up heat-trapping carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Spring...

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November 24, 2018