June, 2021

In a disposable society, to repair is to rebel

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) In this kind of disposable society, in which we happen to live at present, to repair, and to reuse, is to rebel. And this is a rebellion in which everyone, regardless of age and gender can partake.

There’s a Wolverine in My Neighborhood (App)

Cool Green Science

The peril (and promise?) of wildlife misinformation on social media. The post There’s a Wolverine in My Neighborhood (App) appeared first on Cool Green Science. Wildlife Mammal Watching Traveling Naturalist Urban Conservation

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Extreme Events: Ecosystems Offer Cost Effective Protection

Environmental News Network

Ecosystems can buffer impacts from hazard events and provide other benefits such as clean water, biodiversity and human well-being. Extreme Events: Ecosystems Offer Cost Effective Protection

Test Drive Results VW ID4 Electric Car

Green Living Guy

So I love the ID.4. For it is Volkswagen’s first all-electric SUV and the brand’s first global EV.

Food For Life Partners With Milk Token To Help The Hungry Through Crypto Donations

Green Prophet

The partnership between Food for Life Global and the Milk and Butter Tokens has proven to be one of the biggest charitable crypto projects, where 5% of every Butter token transaction directly goes into a charity wallet to then be distributed to charities voted on by holders.

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How to Make Use of Your Unupgradable Old Laptop

Living Green Technology

If you compare your recent laptops to the ones you had five years ago, you will find a lot of differences in their hardware and software. For instance, Windows 8 or 7 are slightly slower in function than Windows 10, while the latest macOS has various design features that make data management easier.

Wheels of Fortune

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) In Paris, cycling seems to be the new normal, as a result, probably of the “pandemic” and Paris appears not to be alone. Cycling has also seen and increase in London and other places.

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A Future Ocean That is too Warm for Corals Might Have Half as Many Fish Species

Environmental News Network

Predicting the potential effects of coral loss on fish communities globally is a fundamental task, especially considering that reef fishes provide protein to millions of people. A Future Ocean That is too Warm for Corals Might Have Half as Many Fish Species

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Washington State Leads the Nation on Climate Action

Sightline Daily

Eight years into Jay Inslee’s tenure, he finally signed a bill capping statewide climate pollution. The Climate Commitment Act (CCA), or SB-5126, passed the Senate by a 27-22 vote with one day left in the legislative session.

Test Drive Results Lexus UX 250h Hybrid Electric Car

Green Living Guy

UX 250H: NEW-GENERATION LEXUS HYBRID DRIVE Expect in good weather a 50 MPG in ECO on highway and 35 in bad locations. Great fun also a sporty interior for this 2021 Lexus UX 250h! Featuring the Lexus Hybrid Drive powertrain, the… Read More Test Drive Results Lexus UX 250h Hybrid Electric Car.

Tips for Recycling Computers, Phones and Other E-waste Successfully

Earth 911

It happens to all of us, when the computer, smartphone, or another electronic device no. The post Tips for Recycling Computers, Phones and Other E-waste Successfully appeared first on Earth911. EcoTech How To Recycle 2019-recycling-industry computers smartphones

Make recycling worth it

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) I do mean that literally in making it worth for people to actually collect recyclables as once was the case. Nowadays the recyclables go to the municipalities who then, in turn, sell them on.

Move Over, Cicadas: 5 Other Great North American Wildlife Hatchings (and Emergences)

Cool Green Science

Cicadas are in the news, but here are 5 other natural spectacles to catch. The post Move Over, Cicadas: 5 Other Great North American Wildlife Hatchings (and Emergences) appeared first on Cool Green Science. Latest Science

Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Found in Cattle

Environmental News Network

Harmful bacteria are hiding in livestock; traditional methods aren’t finding them. Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Found in Cattle

Medical cannabis and children? University opens new unit

Green Prophet

Alan Shackelford was the first to openly prescribe medical cannabis to children – to Charlotte Figi. Science still does not know how the long-term effects weigh in.

8 Reasons To Hire A Skip Bin For Garden Cleanup

Green Living Guy

Garden waste, unlike your daily household waste, is usually bulky. That’s especially true after a thorough lawn and garden maintenance. As such, you need a smart approach to handle the garbage involved.

How ‘chamas’ and mutual credit are changing Africa: Shaila Agha of the Sarafu Network

Low Impact

Today I’m talking with Shaila Agha of the Sarafu Network about ‘chamas’ and mutual credit , and how they’re changing Africa. Really nice to talk with you Shaila. Thank you – happy to be here.

The so-called green revolution

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) The so-called “green revolution” and its effect on farmers and people When the “green revolution” hit the Punjab in India it all looked great with the shorter wheat than what was common, and not just in India, before that time.

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Move Over Bald Eagle: Meet 12 of the World’s Coolest National Birds

Cool Green Science

National birds can be endangered species, literary favorites or just epic birds. Meet some of the coolest. The post Move Over Bald Eagle: Meet 12 of the World’s Coolest National Birds appeared first on Cool Green Science. Latest Science

Recycling Mystery: Rechargeable Tool Batteries

Earth 911

Many power tools use batteries to run instead of corded electricity or the muscle of. The post Recycling Mystery: Rechargeable Tool Batteries appeared first on Earth911. EcoTech How To Recycle Rechargeable Batteries

Imaginedairy engineers milk without the cow

Green Prophet

Cultured meat is meat produced by in vitro cell culture of animal cells, instead of from slaughtered animals. It is a form of cellular agriculture. This is different from meat alternatives made from plants because in cultured meat, original meat cells were used from a real life cow.

How To Make Your Coffee Drinking Habits More Eco-friendly

Green Living Guy

Are you an avid coffee lover but feeling concerned that your consumption habits are not the most environmentally friendly?

History of the use of medicinal plants

Low Impact

This article explores the history of the legal rights of herbalists to practise, and looks particularly at the use of medicinal plants in wartime Britain. In 1512, under the rule of Henry VIII, an Act was passed that became known as the Herbalists’ Charter.

Why Is Genetic Diversity Important for Survival?

Greentumble

It is often said that the only constant in life is change. And it is true: our world is continually changing. The disturbance of a habitat by a storm, the illness of a community by a virus, the loss of a species of trees by a blight. These are regular events that life adapts to.

Beach Safety Tips: How To Avoid Being Bitten or Stung This Summer

Cool Green Science

Know the habits of sea creatures to stay safe at the beach. The post Beach Safety Tips: How To Avoid Being Bitten or Stung This Summer appeared first on Cool Green Science. Latest Science Oceans Outdoor Rec sharks

Are Floating Neighborhoods a Solution for Rising Sea Levels?

Earth 911

As sea-level rise threatens cities throughout the world, some are looking at how humans can. The post Are Floating Neighborhoods a Solution for Rising Sea Levels? appeared first on Earth911. EcoTech Home & Garden floating neighborhood rising sea level Schoonschip

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More than half of Dollar Store products contain toxins that can hurt you

Green Prophet

Like fast food, Dollar Store and Dollar Tree items are cheap, feel good and offer a temporary fix. Dollar Stores and the concept of buying low quality throwaway plastic goods resonates with everyone but especially with lower income families and people with people of color.

Test Drive Results 2021 Lexus NX Hybrid Electric

Green Living Guy

Imagine a sport utility vehicle (SUV) that’s luxury, the same size as a RAV4 and gets 36 miles per gallon in ECO drive. I also liked the in-wheel green LED lighting added to create that extra dramatic dimension to the… Read More Test Drive Results 2021 Lexus NX Hybrid Electric.

UK to ban elephant captivity in zoos and safaris

Inhabitant

The Kept Animals bill, which is expected to pass later this year, seeks to protect captive animals from unnatural treatment

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The IOC creates an Olympic Forest

A Greener Life

Photo credit: IOC. By Anders Lorenzen. Ahead of this year’s Olympics in Tokyo, Japan , which organisers are adamant will still take place despite the pandemic, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has stepped up its climate and nature commitments.

There’s a Cicada in My Ear

Cool Green Science

File this Under: Adventures in Cicadas and the Anatomy of a Human Ear, or Hearing Loss is a Small Price to Pay for Taxonomic Certainty. The post There’s a Cicada in My Ear appeared first on Cool Green Science. From the Field Wildlife Weird Nature

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7 Ways To Upgrade Your Livestock Business

EcoFriend

If you are running a livestock business of your very own, it is imperative that you utilize methods that will enhance your overall work process. Raising livestock is difficult enough,… The post 7 Ways To Upgrade Your Livestock Business appeared first on Ecofriend.

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Chinless, missing “source” between humans and Neandrethals found in Israel

Green Prophet

The Nesher Ramla Homo type was an ancestor of both the Neanderthals in Europe and the archaic Homo populations of Asia. Humans as we are today are quite different from our stalky Neanderthal cousins. But how did we evolve from them to us? Archaeologists from Israel have found the missing link.

Plastic-Free Alternatives to Everyday Items

Green Living Guy

Let’s talk plastic. You must be using (or have) used plastic items. Or perhaps you have plastic items in every corner of your office, house, and many other places. Just look around where you are at the moment and see… Read More Plastic-Free Alternatives to Everyday Items.

Senate passes ban on shark fin sales in the US

Inhabitant

The U.S. Senate has passed a bill that, if enacted into law, will ban the buying and selling of shark fins and products containing shark fins in the country

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Floods May be Nearly as Important as Droughts for Future Carbon Accounting

Environmental News Network

Plants play an essential role in curbing climate change, absorbing about one-third of the carbon dioxide emitted from human activities and storing it in soil so it doesn’t become a heat-trapping gas. Floods May be Nearly as Important as Droughts for Future Carbon Accounting

Cool Green Summer Book Picks 2021

Cool Green Science

As unbelievable as it might sound, summer 2021 is here. I found myself thinking about just how much comfort books have provided us over the past year (and more). They’re portals to far-off places when we can’t travel.

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