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Ten Habits To Get Plastic Out Of Our Lives

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Ten Simple Habits to get the Plastic out of our lives Brands like; Franprix, McDonalds, are countless signs that anticipate the ban on the sale of certain plastic disposable products by 1st January 2020. It is no longer a secret that plastic contaminates the planet. Now, you can find everywhere in nature, on the beach, beneath the oceans and even ... Read More »

Life Imitates Art or Art Imitating Life

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Life Imitates Art or Art Imitating Life After watching the NFL Conference Championship insanity on Sunday, my girlfriend and I started scrolling NetFlix and chose to watch a movie Called IO! The movie deals with a dying Earth, the atmosphere on Earth has become so polluted and toxic, almost all life on Earth has either died or left the planet ... Read More »

Improper Rubbish Removal, Some Bad Impacts

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Improper Rubbish Removal Many families in Australia use local recycling centers, waste removal services and skip bins to remove their waste products. It is very important to do the rubbish removal in a proper way. There are many who dispose of their rubbishes themselves and without a proper way of disposing of, the toxic wastes can lead to negative impact. ... Read More »

Sand is the new oil, Infographic Explains

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Sand Is The New Oil The 20th century was largely influenced by the oil market. Economies rose because they struck oil, oil price determined welfare, power and oil were tightly connected. Will oil still continue to play such a major role or will the next century be influenced by something else? Chances are, sand is the new oil. Sand is ... Read More »

Fossil Fuel Industry Is Killing the World’s Coral Reefs

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Fossil Fuel Divers from coastal communities around the world wrapped crime-scene tape around dead coral reefs during a series of underwater dives to highlight the catastrophic damage to this valuable ecosystem and the culpability of the fossil fuel industry for its loss. A series of underwater photographs collected from Samoa, the Australian Great Barrier Reef and the Andaman Islands was ... Read More »

World Oceans Day: Healthy Oceans, Healthy Planet

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World Oceans Day June 8 marks World Oceans Day, but what if we celebrated oceans every day? Covering more than 70 percent of Earth’s surface, oceans, more than anything, define our small blue planet. We should celebrate their complex and vibrant ecosystems, life-sustaining services, calming effects and unimaginable diversity, much of which we have not yet even discovered. Summer is ... Read More »

Marine Debris Found In Dead Sperm Whales

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Marine Debris Large quantities of marine debris were found in the stomachs of sperm whales that washed up dead in Germany’s North Sea coast earlier this year. German environment minister Robert Habeck and Gerd Meurs, director of the Multimar national park center, hold up some of the waste found in the sperm whales’ bodies. Photo credit: Wadden Sea National Park The whales ... Read More »

Warming Arctic Will Cost $43 Trillion

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Warming Arctic The melting permafrost in the Arctic (warming arctic) could cost the world dearly. New research calculates that the economic damage that would flow from loss of permafrost and the increased emissions of greenhouse gases would add up to $43 trillion.  This is very nearly the estimated combined gross domestic product last year of the U.S., China, Japan, Germany, UK, France ... Read More »

Plastic Purge Challenge In 28 Days

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Plastic Purge Plastic is everywhere. Look around you right now and count the number of things that you know contain plastic. Convenient and cheap, yes. But there are some major pitfalls to living in a plastic world. Plastics can harbor some nasty ingredients, such as phthalates and BPA. And in addition to polluting your body, all that plastic is polluting the ... Read More »