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Spotted at the beautiful Studland beach earlier this week. Thought it would be n…

Spotted at the beautiful Studland beach earlier this week. Thought it would be n...

Spotted at the beautiful Studland beach earlier this week. Thought it would be nice to show another beach initiative! Little things like this are what is helping our small communities but the big problem will not change unless we stop using plastic! We can pick up 1000kg of plastic a …

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Mega-mining threatens Brazil’s Rio Grande do Sul

Mega-mining threatens Brazil's Rio Grande do Sul

Jair Bolsonaro’s victory in the 2018 Brazilian presidential election represented a new ultraconservative right-wing rise to power that radically dismantled environmental policies. Brazil’s Minister of Environment has been previously convicted for illegally favouring mining companies. In the southernmost state of Rio Grande do Sul alone, there are more than 150 …

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Coronavirus Response Shows the World May Not Be Ready for Climate-Induced Pandemics

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Coronavirus Response Shows the World May Not Be Ready for Climate-Induced Pandemics by Jennifer Zhang |February 24, 2020 The rapid spread of coronavirus has taken the global community by surprise. Photo: Studio Incendo via Flickr For weeks, the second largest economy in the world screeched to a halt. Stunned by …

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Of Munich’s Air and Prisons: New Court of Justice Ruling on Effective Remedies

Of Munich’s Air and Prisons: New Court of Justice Ruling on Effective Remedies

C-752/18 – Deutsche Umwelthilfe Shortly before Christmas, the Court of Justice (CJEU) rendered judgement on a preliminary reference from the Higher Administrative Court of Bavaria. The reference originated from a case brought by Deutsche Umwelthilfe (DUH) with the support of ClientEarth. The referred question was quite dramatic: Was the court …

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Boomers don’t buy cheap clothes from Asos, they get buses instead of Ubers and t…

Boomers don't buy cheap clothes from Asos, they get buses instead of Ubers and t...

Boomers don’t buy cheap clothes from Asos, they get buses instead of Ubers and they eat seasonal vegetables rather than avocados from Mexico. Respect your elders, kids.⁠ ⁠ Turn back the clock to @get.to.netzero⁠ ⁠ ⁠ #bethechange#bethesolution#climatechange#climateemergency#earthlover#eco#ecoconcious#ecolife#environment#environmental#environmentallyconscious#environmentallyfriendly#gettonetzero#goinggreen#naturalworld#noplanetb#noplastic#plantmoretrees#pollution#reducereuserecycle#saveourplanet#savetheplanet#spreadawareness#stoppollution#sustainablelifestyle#thinkgreen#timeforchange#zerowaste#zerowastelife#zerowasteliving Source Y Not Freakin’ Recyclable Home

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Researchers blast ‘forever chemicals’ into oblivion with plasma

Researchers blast ‘forever chemicals’ into oblivion with plasma

Get your daily dose of good news from Grist Subscribe to The Beacon Christopher Sales is an environmental microbiologist, and until recently, his world was about harnessing the power of microorganisms to break down contaminants in the environment. But a resilient intruder that does not succumb to the same old …

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About 70-90% of all existing coral reefs are expected to disappear in the next 2…

About 70-90% of all existing coral reefs are expected to disappear in the next 2...

About 70-90% of all existing coral reefs are expected to disappear in the next 20 years due to warming oceans, acidic water and pollution, said scientists from the University of Hawaii Manoa, who presented their findings Monday at an ocean sciences conference. Climate change could kill all of Earth’s coral …

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Toxic-Free Cosmetics Act Would Ban Cosmetics With Chemicals Linked to Cancer or Reproductive Harm

Toxic-Free Cosmetics Act Would Ban Cosmetics With Chemicals Linked to Cancer or Reproductive Harm

Bill Would Ban 12 Highly Toxic Chemicals For Immediate Release:  Friday, February 21, 2020 SACRAMENTO, Calif. – On Thursday the California Assembly reintroduced the Toxic-Free Cosmetics Act, A.B. 2762. If passed, the law would ban 12 toxic ingredients, such as mercury and formaldehyde, from the beauty and personal care products …

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Glowing rabbit made of 3D-printed polycarbonate pops up in a Dutch pond

Glowing rabbit made of 3D-printed polycarbonate pops up in a Dutch pond

Early last year, Dutch artist Titia Ex presented the North Holland town of Heemskerk with an unusual gift — a massive glowing rabbit sculpture set inside a pond. Dubbed “Bunny Lights,” the site-specific artwork was a light installation built from recycled 3D-printed polycarbonate tubes, a series of stainless steel discs …

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