Recycling

Interesting Plastic-Trash-To-Construction-Materials Recycling Program Underway In Coastal Kenya

The coastline of Kenya has been a hotspot for tourism and fishing activities for a quite a while now โ€” with the region also being home to fair numbers of sea turtles. Recent years, though, have made the region home to significant quantities of plastic trash and debris โ€” much of which eventually washes into

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This Little Candleholder Reincarnates Your Candle Almost Infinitely… Well, Sort of

This is pretty cool — the opposite of planned obsolescence, this little candleholder pictured above turns your old, burning candle into a new one ready to be burned. I think you get the idea from the pictures, but in case not: The candle burns, melts, goes down into the hollow candelholder, hardens, and can be

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Groundbreaking Begins on Appleโ€™s Environmentally-Friendly Campus

As one of the most influential tech companies in the world, Apple tends to lead by example. When it comes to sustainability, the Cupertino-based tech giant hasnโ€™t always had a sterling reputation; however, in recent years, Apple has doubled down on its sustainable practices. Case in point: Appleโ€™s bold new โ€œCampus 2:โ€ a structure that

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10 Companies With Eco-Conscious Production Processes

A lot of companies out there claim to โ€œgoing green.โ€ย Take the different manufacturers of hybrid automobiles, for instance. Sure, the cars use less fossil fuels than conventional automobiles. However, they still emit a ton (well, many tons) of greenhouse gases, and their manufacturing processes are also highly energy intensive. Hybrid manufacturers are not alone; many

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What's Better Than Planting Trees?

Climate change is the biggest challenge facing the world right now, hands down. Even the US Department of Defense has called climate change a destabilizer of geopolitical peaceย and a national security threat.ย Worldwide, we’re attacking climate change from a wide variety of angles. There’s energy efficiency going on seemingly everywhere and renewable energy development like there’s

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The Secret Ways Your Business is Damaging the Environment

How can your organisation lower its environmental impact? Business owners can no longer escape the need to ensure that their companies fulfill their environmental commitments. From high-profile, multi-national brands to small, independently-owned businesses, demonstrating green credentials is now an important part of a brandโ€™s image. Your business probably already uses energy-saving light bulbs, recycles paper

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Stop Destroying The Planet โ€“ Itโ€™s Where I Keep All My Stuff

  6 decisions that will make your life greener   You. Yes,ย you. Youโ€™re ignorantly and selfishly wrecking the world with your excessive consumption. Cut it out. Ok, maybe thatโ€™s a bit harsh. Itโ€™s notย justย you. There are, after all, seven billion of us on Earth โ€“ and we haveย a voracious appetite for energy, food, travel, luxury

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First Annual Recycled Art & Resource Expo (RARE) to Kick Off Up-Coming Earth Day Weekend

(Bellingham, Washington, USA)ย  The first annual Recycled Art and Resource Expo (RARE)ย  is set to kick off April 20 and continue through Earth Day, April 22, in this cozy little college town just minutes from the Canadian border. The inspiration of sculptor, carpenter and event organizer Thor Myhre (in collaboration with Allied Arts), the ambitious

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