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Celebrate a Covid-Free Earth Day

Earth day is an annual event to demonstrate support for environmental protection. People are expected to do activities that will benefit the Earth. But at this time, it is pretty hard for us to participate in this event since we can't go out whenever we want. Here are some ways how to celebrate Covid-Free Earth Day. How Earth Day Started Earth Day was first held on April 22, 1970, to demonstrate support for environmental protection.   Decades ago, America was involved in consuming leaded gas, which belched out smoke and sludge that caused air pollution. Inspired by the coed effort, Senator Nelson wanted to infuse the energy of student anti-war protests with an emerging public consciousness about air and corrosion. Senator...

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Green Living Myths That Are Still Tricking Us Today

Switching to green living is an excellent way to conserve natural resources and help mitigate Earth's destruction. Green living aids the effects of pollution and opting for a more sustainable solution. Let's discuss some green living myths that you might want to consider believing in. You need to buy eco-friendly cars.  New inventions such as electric cars are more efficient and release fewer carbon emissions are widespread today. Its promising specifications convinced us that it is beneficial for the environment. But the question is, does it help the environment? The truth is it has to be manufactured, use necessary metals, assemble components, and takes a ton of energy. According to an expert at the Stockholm Environment Institute, producing a modern car...

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Earth problems you might still not be aware of

As the world rapidly changes, it continues to deteriorate. Alarming issues are at their peak to be addressed. Do you know the condition of our planet right now? Here are the Earth problems that you might still not know: Natural Source Depletion Natural resources are those materials created in nature that exist to satisfy human needs and wants. We have two natural resources: renewable resources and non-renewable resources. Renewable sources come from natural sources or processes that are constantly replenished such as, air, water, and sunlight. On the other hand, non-renewable sources cannot be replaced by natural means and diminish upon consumption. According to research, resource depletion is the faster consumption of a resource than being replenished. Due to industrialization,...

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Single-use and Disposable Plastic Ban

Billions of people depend on plastic for just about everything. All our everyday stuff is either made of plastic materials or have plastic parts in them. Think cars, blenders, coffee makers, outdoor furniture, even clothes. Let’s face it, plastics are lightweight, easy to source, cheap and slow to degrade, making them an ideal material to work with. They literally last – past our lifetimes! It has become an indispensable (yet sadly, easily dispensable ) part of our lives, we don’t think twice about using them. Generations later, all of us are drowning in them. Our landfills cannot hold them, our oceans are choking in them, our neighborhood is littered with them, their neon brightness fading yet not degrading to blend with...

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Why Should You Drink from a Glass Water Bottle?

Do you know why you should drink from glass water bottles? It’s not because Gisele Bundchen does. It’s because drinking out of reusable glass, as opposed to plastic, can benefit both you and the environment. Find out how as you read on. How Does Drinking from Glass Benefit the Environment? Plastics and other disposable materials have revolutionized the way we live. Unfortunately, the convenience of using something once and then throwing it away has a pretty significant downside. For starters, roughly 2.7 million tons of plastic is used every year to manufacture disposable drinking bottles. And, since only about 1% of all plastic gets recycled, the remaining bottles end up in landfills. In the US alone, consumers purchase about 29.8...

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