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Test Drive Results 2021 Ford Mustang Mach E

Green Living Guy

Let’s hear it Ford Motor Company. I mean expanding the Mustang family?! I mean making the famous pony into the electric age with Mustang Mach-E. For it’s definitely an all-new, all-electric SUV.

Buffered by Bears: Why Foxes Hang Out Near A Top Predator

Cool Green Science

A new study suggests gray foxes use bears as a coyote buffer. The post Buffered by Bears: Why Foxes Hang Out Near A Top Predator appeared first on Cool Green Science. Wildlife Conservation Science Weird Nature

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Dog poop DNA needed for pet license in this city

Green Prophet

Dogs on a boulevard cafe in Tel Aviv, on Rothschild Boulevard. It was talked about in 2008 and we reported on it –– that dog inspectors in Tel Aviv were going to track you down by your dog’s poop if you don’t stoop and scoop. Finally the great idea to clean up the city is taking effect.

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Recycling Mystery: Vapes and Vaping Products

Earth 911

When e-cigarettes, or vapes, came on the market in 2007, they were initially seen as. The post Recycling Mystery: Vapes and Vaping Products appeared first on Earth911. EcoTech How To Recycle e-cigarettes vapes

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How Climate Change and Fires Are Shaping the Forests of the Future

Environmental News Network

As temperatures rise, the risk of devastating forest fires is increasing. Researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) are using artificial intelligence to estimate the long-term impact that an increased number of forest fires will have on forest ecosystems. .

5 Ways to Live an Easy and Sustainable Life

Green Living Guy

In contrast to some people’s beliefs, living a sustainable lifestyle will not necessarily make your life hard and miserable. Instead, the key to achieving an easy and sustainable life is to identify one’s actions that affect the planet.

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Can Kelp Help Mussel Farms Thrive?

Cool Green Science

Scientists in New Zealand and the United States are using everything from GoPros to kitchen sponges to study the ecological benefits of kelp farms. The post Can Kelp Help Mussel Farms Thrive? appeared first on Cool Green Science.

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New UK Study Reveals Extent of Brain Complications in Children Hospitalised With COVID-19

Environmental News Network

Although the risk of a child being admitted to hospital due to COVID-19 is small, a new UK study has found that around 1 in 20 of children hospitalised with COVID-19 develop brain or nerve complications linked to the viral infection.


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Green Living Guy

Welcome to the Blog Site. Please feel free to open the archives below. The post appeared first on Green Living Guy. green living

Is India starting to say `No` to coal?

A Greener Life

By Anders Lorenzen. India, the world’s second-most populous country and predicted to overtake China soon as number one, and with a growing middle class and a growing economy the demand for energy is huge and surging.

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Earth911 Podcast: Nostromo Wants To Cool the World With Thermal-Energy Storage

Earth 911

Earth911’s Mitch Ratcliffe speaks with Yaron Ben-Nun, chief technology officer at Nostromo, which has introduced. The post Earth911 Podcast: Nostromo Wants To Cool the World With Thermal-Energy Storage appeared first on Earth911.

Urban Heat Islands Making Summer Heat Waves Worse, Study Says

Environmental News Network

The sweltering heat endured by major American cities is being fueled by vast swaths of concrete and a lack of greenery that can ratchet up temperatures by nearly 9 degrees F (5 degrees C) compared with surrounding rural areas, new research has found.

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How to Start Your Own Sustainable Farm

Green Living Guy

The eco-conscious movement swept through the agricultural industry decades before rooftop solar panels, and electric vehicles hit the market. Rachel Carson wrote the infamous book, Silent Spring, exposing the adverse ecological impacts of dichloro-diphenyl-trichloroethane (DDT).

Book review: Angry Weather, by Friederike Otto

A Greener Life

By Jeremy Williams. As every good weather reporter knows, it’s not wise to blame any single event on climate change. Climate is not weather. It’s often repeated, and it matters.

Apps Rate Restaurants for Eco-Friendly Packaging

Earth 911

How do you decide where to order your take-out or delivery meal? Definitely, you want. The post Apps Rate Restaurants for Eco-Friendly Packaging appeared first on Earth911. EcoTech Food & Beverage How & Buy apps Food Packaging single-use plastic take-out food

Extraordinary Carbon Emissions From El Niño-Induced Biomass Burning

Environmental News Network

Equatorial Asia, which includes Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, and surrounding areas, experienced devastating biomass burning in 2015 due to the severe drought condition induced by the extreme El Niño and a positive anomaly of the Indian Ocean dipole.

Growing Sustainably: 6 Significant Benefits of a Robust Climate Action Platform

Green Living Guy

The world is facing a climate emergency with an irreversible impact on natural systems, as a consequence of sustaining our growing demands.

How to make your deck sustainable

Green Prophet

A deck made from pallets. Source: unknown. You can also just use pallets for the frame. We know that the wood industry is causing deforestation, harm to animals and people and climate change. That affects us all.

The Amazon rainforest now emits more carbon than it absorbs


A recent study in Nature shows that the Amazon rainforest is now emitting more CO2 than it absorbs. For the first time, scientists have confirmed that despite once being the largest carbon sink in the world, the rainforest has turned into a pollutant due to high rates of deforestation


Climate Change to Bring More Intense Storms Across Europe

Environmental News Network

Investigating how climate affects intense rainstorms across Europe, climate experts have shown there will be a significant future increase in the occurrence of slow-moving intense rainstorms. Climate Change to Bring More Intense Storms Across Europe

How Hospitals are Affecting Change in Green Living

Green Living Guy

Sustainability and being environmentally friendly is more than just a set of buzzwords.

Building your own sustainable future

Low Impact

I’m Andy Reynolds – author, instructor, forester, promoter of self-reliance, and for the last few years I have been reflecting on our project’s progression, as it seems to have reached the stage of early maturity.

A tropical forest will soon grow in Helsinki and provide all the citys heat


Hot Heart is a series of islands that store thermal energy and can support tropical forest ecosystems from all over the world

Think About This: Keeping Your Brain Active May Delay Alzheimer’s Dementia 5 Years

Environmental News Network

Keeping your brain active in old age has always been a smart idea, but a new study suggests that reading, writing letters and playing card games or puzzles in later life may delay the onset of Alzheimer’s dementia by up to five years. .

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True Grit: Adventures in Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Research

Cool Green Science

Researcher Lauren Pharr enters the intense realm of woodpecker research – and climbing trees. The post True Grit: Adventures in Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Research appeared first on Cool Green Science. Birds & Birding From the Field Birds Conservation Science Wildlife

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Keeping energy production local and mutualised: Jon Hallé of Sharenergy, Part 2

Low Impact

This is the second part of an interview with Jon Halle of Sharenergy, about the prospects for keeping energy production local and mutualised. We talk about community energy, Energy Local and the Big Solar Co-op. Part one is here.

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Worst drought in a century has hit over 93% of West Coast


Western U.S. states are experiencing the worst drought in the past century. Figures released by the U.S Drought Monitor show that 93% of the land in seven Western states is under drought


Water Dispute on the Nile River Could Destabilize the Region

Environmental News Network

The rapid filling of a giant dam at the headwaters of the Nile River — the world’s biggest waterway, supporting millions of people — could reduce water supplies to downstream Egypt by more than one-third, new USC research shows. Water Dispute on the Nile River Could Destabilize the Region

The Three Best Marine Vinyl Fabrics You Should Know


Have you been spending most of your time in your boat? The time spent on boats recently shows that boats are an extension of our homes. Boats provide relaxation and… The post The Three Best Marine Vinyl Fabrics You Should Know appeared first on Ecofriend.

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Do Solar Panels Extend the Life of Your Roof?

Green Living Guy

When it comes to your roofing material, you want one that is durable and long-lasting. Adding solar panels to your roof can help to extend the life of your roof. Here are some ways solar panels can keep your awning in top shape for many years.

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The best plants for pollinators


If you want to beautify your yard while simultaneously doing your little part to save the world, consider planting a pollinator garden

Rise in Forest Clearance Increasing Greenhouse Gases

Environmental News Network

Forest clearance in Southeast Asia is accelerating and leading to unprecedented increases in carbon emissions. Rise in Forest Clearance Increasing Greenhouse Gases

EarthX and a blueprint for sustainable investing, 2022

Green Prophet

Trammell S. Crow, a Dallas-based businessman and father of four, is focusing his efforts on impact investing, and media that focuses on saving the planet through EarthX.

5 Reasons to Consider A Career in the Solar Industry

Green Living Guy

With more people becoming environment conscious, the demand for alternative renewable energy sources like solar energy have skyrocketed. These renewable energy sources have been seen as the preferred choice by businesses, homes, and public agencies to provide power to their facilities.

These prefabricated tiny homes are earthquake- and fire-resistant


Nestron is setting a standard for tiny houses of the future

New Research Reveals How the Impact of ENSO on Asian-Western Pacific Climate Would Change under Global Warming

Environmental News Network

The impact of El Nino on East Asian climate under a warmer climate will be dominated by the change in El Nino decaying pace, according to a new paper published by a research team based in the Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China. .

Is wood from your new deck killing monkeys and the fish?

Green Prophet

. The FSC, while easily forged, is a stamp to know if the wood you harvested is legal. Up to 30% of the wood sold in markets globally is harvested illegally, according to international agreements.