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You know that “green” is good. But how much good does green-making return? Benefits from gardening range from personal to communal.
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Hoosier Home and Garden gave out this report to make known some basic facts about trees like how many tree varieties there are in the world or how much oxygen a mature tree provides.
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97% of scientists believe that global warming is real and facts show that humans burden the blame exclusively. Have a look at the detrimental effects of global temperature rise on nature and likewise humanity.
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Electronics have particularly short lifespan due to the rapid technological evolution that brings us even more, even better, even smarter devices. What is really worrying is the fact that hardly 18% of discarded e-waste ends up in proper recycling plants. Read some interesting stats about the environmental burden caused from careless electronic waste disposal and the value of recycling.
visualized by: Kristina Azarenko
A report from the London School of Business and Finance proving that carbon management and green business in general are a fertile ground both for investments and educational orientation. The world is changing only through unity. Let’s turn all green!
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Oceans’ chemistry subjects to continuous change due to carbon pollution and scientists are alerting for mass extinction of sealife by 1/3 till 2100. Read the facts.
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Year 2009 was the first one with decreased Carbon emissions by 0.3% since 1998. But this is just a drob in the ocean. See which countries are the green leaders showing their enviromental responsibility in action.
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This study poses a reconsideration on how the CO2 Emission rankings are determined and suggests a fairer metric that involves climate conditions as a critical factor for the energy consumption.