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Kenyan woman finds a way to recycle plastic into bricks

An amazing story of ingenuity - Kenyan native Nzambi Matee creates building materials from plastic pollution. #Article #Sidebar #WasteandRecycling

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Blue Carbon: An Overlooked Resource

When environmental conversations turn to carbon a lot of attention is paid to both atmospheric carbon in the form of greenhouse gases and terrestrial carbon such as forests. An often overlooked piece of the global carbon puzzle for both carbon sequestration and as an economic tool to be wielded...

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30% by 2030: A Plan to Protect the High Seas

The world’s oceans are the lifeblood of all life on planet Earth. And it is widely known the oceans are under attack across a range of environmental issues from climate change leading to warming oceans and acidification to overfishing to widespread pollution in the form of toxic spills and...

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EV Tech: The Next Evolution in Maritime Shipping

A lot of attention is paid to electric cars, long-haul trucks and other land-based electric vehicle (EV) technology. And rightly so. Making the switch from constantly polluting combustion engines to clean, battery powered EVs for daily driver vehicles and the semi rigs moving goods and products...

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Composting: A Cornerstone of Sustainable Living

The secret is out: composting is a pretty easy hobby to pick up for those interested in sustainable living. It requires little more than the proper tools and time. And as with anything, one of the most important tools at a gardener’s disposal is knowledge! So here are a few answers to the most...

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Air Pollution Drops Due to Global Coronavirus Lockdown

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has completely altered human activity across the globe. The human toll in deaths related to coronavirus and healthcare systems strained beyond reason in cities worldwide are the worst effects by far. A secondary effect of essentially everyone on Earth being impacted...

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The Plastics Recycling Challenge

The recycling industry radically changed in March 2018 when China stopped taking plastic waste from the U.S. And it’s not just China refusing trash from the U.S. Last summer CNN reported that over 1,600 tons of plastic trash in 83 shipping containers labeled “recyclable products” ended up in...

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Delta Pledges $1 Billion to Become Carbon Neutral

Delta Airlines aims to become the “first carbon neutral airline globally”, they've pledged to invest $1 billion over the next decade to reduce its environmental impact. “We have committed, starting March 1, to fully offset our emissions, the footprint we create from our jet fuel and other...

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Smart Cities and the Environment

The “smart city” concept has become a fixture of forward-looking media coverage and is gaining traction with many cities around the globe initiating smart city projects. Technology is the foundation of smart cities. In practice this means information and communication tech such as Internet of...

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