Saturday , October 16 2021

Tag Archives: ClimateCrisis

The key ingredient to surviving both coronavirus and climate change: our shared sense of humanity

The key ingredient to surviving both coronavirus and climate change: our shared sense of humanity

Get your daily dose of good news from Grist Subscribe to The Beacon It’s not easy to look out for each other these days, or so I thought as I rushed to the store to buy a roasted chicken for my mom last weekend. It was a seemingly innocent task …

Read More »

EWG News Roundup (3/20): Test, Test, Test! Lessons Learned From COVID-19, Defense Department PFAS Contamination Sites Grow and More

EWG News Roundup (3/20): Test, Test, Test! Lessons Learned From COVID-19, Defense Department PFAS Contamination Sites Grow and More

In the News This week EWG detailed the public and environmental health lessons learned at this stage of the coronavirus crisis. The biggest takeaway so far is the importance of testing early and often. The rate of new cases of the virus within different countries has varied considerably and has …

Read More »

Who agrees? Comment below . Follow us and let’s change the planet together . …

Who agrees? Comment below 
.
Follow us  and let's change the planet together 
.
...

Who agrees? Comment below ???????? . Follow us @ecoimpakt and let’s change the planet together ???????????? . Visit https://ecoimpakt.com for Eco-Goodies ???? . . #environmentalist #coronavirus #climateemergency #zerowastetips #zerowasteliving #climatechange #zerowastehome #zerowaste #zerowastelife #environmental #climate #planetearth #zerowasteuk #zerowastelifestyle #covid19 #climatechangeisreal #zerowastefashion #environment #recycled #climateaction #climatejustice #environmentallyfriendly #wildlifeplanet #recycle #zerowastegoals #climatestrike …

Read More »

Are these zero-carbon domes the future of sustainable housing?

Are these zero-carbon domes the future of sustainable housing?

When design and architecture start-up Geoship met its $100,000 equity crowdfunding goal in just five days in January 2020, founder and CEO Morgan Bierschenk knew the fledgling company had something special on its hands. The product? Sustainable, affordable housing in the form of unique geodesic domes that are also zero-carbon. …

Read More »

Industry commissioner says EU Green Deal “not over” despite coronavirus

Industry commissioner says EU Green Deal “not over” despite coronavirus

The European Union’s “Green Deal” plan to fully decarbonise its economy by 2050 will go ahead despite the coronavirus pandemic, the bloc’s industry chief has said, as governments shift their attention to combating the disease. Some campaigners fear governments will shy away from long-term efforts to curb carbon emissions or …

Read More »

GOTG partners with government for covid-19 intervention

GOTG partners with government for covid-19 intervention

Gift of the Givers (GOTG) is a partner to the government’s Covid-19 initiative, augmenting public health services by supporting medical professionals with protective wear, supplying relevant essential medical equipment and providing medical consumables to the institutions in urgent need. The National Health Minister is fully appraised of their intervention through …

Read More »

Urban land could provide food to 15% of the population

Urban land could provide food to 15% of the population

Urban land could be used to improve the UK’s food security by providing fruit and vegetables to 15% of the population.  At the moment, just 16% of fruit and 53% of vegetables sold in the UK are grown domestically, so researchers at the University of Sheffield investigated the potential to …

Read More »

Spring has arrived for many of us, but there are of course parts of the world wh…

Spring has arrived for many of us, but there are of course parts of the world wh...

Spring has arrived for many of us, but there are of course parts of the world where it’s still pretty darn cold!???? ❄️❄️❄️ March and April can see a mother polar bear bring her new cubs out into the snowy landscape, after sheltering in a maternity den through the frozen …

Read More »

The importance of community (and conservation) during COVID-19

The importance of community (and conservation) during COVID-19

This new normal sure doesn’t feel very normal. The growing COVID-19 emergency is affecting all of our lives, and here at WWF-Canada we want to first and foremost express our concern and support for all of you as we deal with this crisis. Now is the time to come together …

Read More »

Covid-19 needs our attention right now, but recovery measures could be part of the solution for the climate emergency

Covid-19 needs our attention right now, but recovery measures could be part of the solution for the climate emergency

We are all facing challenges on a scale that would have been unimaginable only a few months ago. All over the country, people frightened for the health of their loved ones are also worrying how they will pay their rent, feed their families and keep their jobs or businesses going. …

Read More »