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Green Jobs: How to Make the Biggest Environmental Difference

If you are passionate about the environment and want to make a difference in the world, you might be interested in a ‘green’ career. Increasingly, we have to be conscious of all the decisions we make – from our diet to the way we travel – if we want to genuinely help the planet. So, green […]

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Biofriendly Fall Activities You and the Kids Are Sure to Love

As we begin the trek into the holiday season, I figured now would be as good a time as any to lay out some biofriendly fall activities you and your kids are sure to love. What’s nice about these activities is many are designed to get you unplugged, outdoors and into nature. Others are geared […]

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The Water Crisis: What to Know and How to Help

Water is life, as the saying goes, yet millions of people around the world lack access to clean water. The issue of water scarcity is effectively a crisis on several levels, affecting public health, education, and the global economy alike. Conservationists put the economic cost of the water crisis at $260 billion. Further, “nearly 1 […]

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Biofriendly Reasons to Incorporate Biking Into Your Daily Activity

Between exercise, social opportunities, and the environment, there are many benefits to including cycling into your day. For some people, cycling is already a standard part of their day, but if this isn’t the case for you, is there any way to work it into your own day? In short, yes. Don’t be afraid of […]

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Some of the Most Innovative New Solar Projects

The solar industry achieved its most profitable year in 2020. We saw increased rooftop solar, solar panels being added to fields and farms, utility companies initiating solar projects and more. As additional panels reach the market, companies continue to develop unique renewable energy extraction methods and have created a number of innovative new solar projects. […]

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10 Ways to Be More Sustainable As a Student

Environmental problems are at the top of the list of the most relevant issues. In response to this issue, more and more people are getting started with a sustainable lifestyle and taking care of the ecology. You might think you need to change a lot of your daily habits to do this but, in fact, […]

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3 Tips for Prioritizing Sustainability in the Manufacturing Sector

The impact of climate change on the planet and its finite resources is undisputable, and while environmental impact is at the forefront of global priorities, so is industrial growth. So, how can these two elements coexist without impacting production levels? Finding the right balance and making the switch to sustainable alternatives is the way forward. […]

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How to Make Your Coffee Routine More Sustainable

Coffee is a staple of so many cultures and everyday routines around the world, with millions of cups consumed every day. It’s a highly traded commodity that plays a big part of the global economy. But as delicious as coffee is, it’s not without its consequences to the plan – the growing and transportation of coffee […]

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Green Teens: 6+ Ways to Encourage Your Teenager to Be More Eco-Friendly

Parenting a teenager is a tough job. You’re responsible for instilling all sorts of big-picture and practical skills on a day-to-day basis, from waking up on time each day to operating a vehicle, so adding more to the pile can feel downright impossible. But as the world heats up, our forests disappear and trillions of […]

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The Environmental Impact COVID-19 Had On National Parks

The COVID-19 pandemic caused nearly everyone to make changes and choices over the last year. With many events canceled and indoor gatherings limited, many people flocked to the country’s national parks for some “normalcy” and to de-stress.  The National Park Service reports 237 million Americans visited parks last year throughout the pandemic. While the number […]