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10 Sep, 2019

Artist Plants a Forest in 30,000-Person Stadium

     Lately we always hear about how forests are decreasing. In fact, it seems as if overall the quality of our environment and plant life has decreased over the years.  We as humans need to value plant life more and what trees provide for us.  One artist, by the name of Klaus Littmann, created an installation that put trees...

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09 Sep, 2019

NASA Time-Lapse Shows 35 Year Decline of Arctic Sea Ice

     Over the past few decades it has become more and more apparent that the Arctic sea ice has been declining. The ice is melting much faster than it re-freezes in the winter. With global warming, our Earth's poles are warming faster than lower latitudes.  The main cause of this is when ice melts it uncovers darker land or...

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29 Aug, 2019

These 16 Inventions are Great Alternatives to Fossil Fuels

     For centuries, fossil fuels have been used to power the many things we use as a society. As we know, however, fossil fuels are classified as non-renewable because they take millions of years to form.  In addition, when fossil fuels are burned they create pollution.   Due to these setbacks, other forms of energy have been developed over the years;...

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21 Aug, 2019

Amazon Rainforest Burning at a Record Rate

     Brazil's Amazon rainforest is often called the planet's lungs, because it produces 20% of the oxygen in the earth's atmosphere. Unfortunately our lungs are at risk.  According to the National Institute for Space Research, who have been tracking fires in the Amazon since 2013, there has been an 80% increase in fires in the Amazon.  This year alone, there...

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20 Mar, 2019

Why the #TrashTag Challenge is a Viral Movement the Earth Needs

     In the social media age we live in, things can go "viral" literally overnight.  We've seen celebrities turn memes, dances go global, and internet sensations turn celebrity. One thing that has been pretty successful in going viral has been "challenges".  Social media challenges are simply a call to action to do some sort of action and post about...

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21 Feb, 2019

Can Hemp Replace Plastics?

     Johnny Hughes is a freelance writer living in County Longford in the heart of Ireland. After spending 10 years of his life in the corporate world he took a chance 12 months ago and left for good. Now he is embarking on a new journey – a discovery through research & writing. Johnny is taking a look at...

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10 Jan, 2019

NYC's Ban on Foam Containers Takes Effect

     Over the past few years, we have seen the slow ban of single-use items that can be potentially harmful to the environment.  The latest has been the crackdown on plastic straws and plastic containers.  Starting in 2019, another big stride has been made towards single-use containers in NYC.  The ban on foam containers and foam packing peanuts has officially been...

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30 Dec, 2018

How 1 Guy Cleaned an Entire Lake

     I'm sure you've heard the phrase "One man can change the World". Well Marino Morikawa, set out to change the world starting with his childhood lake.  When Marino found out that his childhood lake was polluted, he felt the need to do something about it. Marino, who is a scientist with a PHD, took a break from school...

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10 Dec, 2018

Sustainable Alternatives to Synthetic Fabrics

     Eco-friendly Alternatives To Synthetic Fabric Synthetic fabrics are toxic and have done far too much harm to our environment. Our environment and health have been poisoned through the use of clothing items made from synthetic fabrics. Aside from the beautiful clothing produced from synthetic fabrics, synthetic fiber has no other benefit to give our planet. Sustainable energy is...

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31 Aug, 2018

Floating Recycled Park Modules

     A few days ago we posted about The Ocean Cleanup which deployed a giant device to help clean up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.  The act of cleaning up plastic waste begs to ask another question; what do we do with all the plastics collected?  Well, instead of dumping them somewhere the most logical solution is to reuse!...

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02 Aug, 2018

Why Plastic Straws Suck

     We recently posted about how Starbucks is aiming to completely get rid of plastic straws at its locations.  There have also been start-ups that have created reusable straws to combat the plastic straw problem.  This may have you wondering why all the fuss about plastic straws and "Why do plastic straws suck?"  Well, there are many reasons.  One is...

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01 Aug, 2018

Coralarium: World's First Semi-Submerged Art Gallery

     The Sculpture Coroalarium is an art gallery at the Fairmont Hotel, Sirru Fen Fushi, Maldives where land, sea, and art collide.  The artwork was developed by Jason deCaires Taylor and is a semi-submerged tidal gallery space that exhibits a series of sculptural artworks on the skyline, inter-tidal waterline and seabed. The structure is made so that marine life can pass...

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