Eco-Friday: US Republicans form conservative climate caucus

American conservatives have long been leading in climate change denial but a small group of Republicans have now formed a group to tackle the climate crisis. Could this be a step in the right direction? Well, maybe not. The group, headed by Utah representative John Curtis, is against ”radical progressive” solutions like taxing carbon emissionsFortsätt läsa ”Eco-Friday: US Republicans form conservative climate caucus”

Eco-Friday: Turning plastic into food??

It’s no secret the world has a plastic pollution problem. The oceans are filled with it and more than 380 millions of tonnes are still being manufactured every year. But the question is not just how do we stop using so much plastic and how do we get in all out the seas but also:Fortsätt läsa ”Eco-Friday: Turning plastic into food??”

It’s World Environment Day! Here’s one of the easiest ways to help the Earth.

There wasn’t a Eco-Friday post yesterday and there might not be for a while. I got a new internship at a café this week and it’s pretty hectic Monday through Friday. In the near future, I’ll probably only post on weekends. Then maybe more often, depending on what happens. I’ll still be posting about environmentFortsätt läsa ”It’s World Environment Day! Here’s one of the easiest ways to help the Earth.”

Eco-Friday: some good news for the Earth

With all the pollution and global warming happening, it’s easy to loose hope and think that there is no point in fighting for the Earth anymore. But activism does give results if you don’t give up, as has been shown time and time again throughout history. On Wednesday, a historic climate victory happened in theFortsätt läsa ”Eco-Friday: some good news for the Earth”

Animal agriculture’s negative impact on the environment might have been greatly underestimated, new study shows

It is becoming clearer each day that to stop climate change, we will have to stop treating nature and other species as resources to exploit. Humanity will have to be humble enough to recognise that we are part of the natural world, not its lord. Animal Agriculture Responsible For 87% Of Greenhouse Gas Emissions, FindsFortsätt läsa ”Animal agriculture’s negative impact on the environment might have been greatly underestimated, new study shows”

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