November 21, 2017
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Trees Return to the Amazon

Reseeding Millions of Acres in the Most Deforested Area in the World Decades of abuse and misuse have resulted in the loss of millions of acres of Amazon forests, as well as the destruction of the world’s most biodiverse ecosystem. And because everything is connected, this abuse of the largest […]
September 26, 2017
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How to Help the Victims of Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma left a swath of destruction in its wake as it tore through communities in the Caribbean Islands, the Florida Keys and then mainland Florida and South Carolina. Its raging winds and rain pummeled Cuba and the Caribbean as a category 5 hurricane, killing more than 40 people. At […]
March 23, 2017
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Good News: Your Nappies Will Soon be a new BioFuel

Finally a Way to Use all Those Nappies Nappies—disposable diapers will soon be environmentally friendly There are lots of babies in the world which means lots of diapers. The shift from cloth to nappies began in earnest with the introduction of Pampers in the early 1960s. Over the years, the […]
February 15, 2017
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Joining Forces Environmentalists Work to Save Mangrove Forests

Don’t Give up on the Mangrove Forests, There Is Hope for them Yet! Mangrove forests are groups of trees and shrubs that grow along waterways, primarily in brackish or saline waters, and they are slowly dying out or being destroyed. There are approximately 80 different species of mangrove trees, serving […]
February 2, 2017
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The Climate Reality Project

Rising temperatures across the globe, increasing intensity of storms, drought conditions proliferating, rising sea levels—the evidence of global climate change is clear for all to see. The good news, though, is that the global community is not content to merely read the statistics. They have geared up for action. An […]
January 22, 2017
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2016 Was an Impressive Year for Renewable Energy Projects

Renewable Energy Initiatives Take Off Around the World Renewable energy, once the jargon of environmentalists and dreamers of a green world, is rapidly becoming mainstream as governments and citizens across the globe reach the zenith of their ability to tolerate the effects of climate change and toxic pollutants in the […]
August 21, 2016
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Amsterdam hopes the Green Junkie will eat up the city’s smog

Can a Honeysuckle Suck Out Smog? Researchers in Amsterdam are hoping that the Honeysuckle plant can be a weapon in the war against air pollution. Amsterdam, Holland has some of the most progressive environmental protection initiatives in the world, especially when it comes to greenhouse gases. In 2026, all cars […]
May 22, 2016
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Using Freezing Sea Water to Heat Large Buildings

Can Seawater Replace Fossil Fuels? There are millions of fish in the sea, as they say, but it turns out there might be a million dollar payback in those deep sea waters. Using Green Technology to Reduce the Energy Bill Alaska SeaLife Center, located in Seward, is an ocean wildlife […]
April 15, 2016
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Drip Irrigation for California’s Rice Growers

Good news for California farmers dealing with crippling drought conditions The Lundberg family began farming rice in 1937. For decades, they have developed a reputation not only for tasty and healthy rice, but also for their organic and environmentally-friendly farming practices. However, rice farming requires a lot of water. In […]