Every thought, belief, belief system, emotions and feelings, every choice, every action one takes in life are affecting the environment if it is not positive or serve the greater good. Being ONE with The Environment- Nishante Divinelove — Nishante DIVINELOVE
Are you aware of the impact your shopping choices may have on the environment? Many people don’t realize the tremendous impact that agriculture and the production of food have on the environment, or that they can help lessen that impact with their purchasing decisions. Here’s a closer look at this issue.The Impact of your Groceries on … Continue reading The Impact of your Groceries on the Environment [Visual] — ecogreenlove
A shift to nondairy milks may positively impact the environment (the dairy industry contributes about 2 percent of America’s total greenhouse gas emissions). It’s no wonder more people around the world than ever have opted to try out plant-based milks.How to Choose the Healthiest Nondairy Drink — ecogreenlove
According to a BBC poll, 47% of people report having arguments about what types of plastic can be recycled. The reason for the confusion? There are seven different types of plastic packaging and some are recycled more often than others. Also, due to funding and resources available, each local authority collects and processes recycling waste in different ways.
We’re all used to seeing the 3 arrows in a circular icon (♻️). This is called the mobius loop, and while you might think that this is an indication that the item can be popped in your recycling bin, you’d be wrong. It only means that it could be recycled, but whether that can happen depends on the services your council supply. It’s also worth noting that this symbol is unregulated throughout the industry, meaning that anyone can use it. Which begs the question, can you even trust…
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11,000 scientists have analyzed the last 40 years of data and “clearly and unequivocally [declared] that planet Earth is facing a climate emergency.” Hence we must consider the potential option that they could be right. We have to act. We have to turn the 20s into “The Twentrees” – and make it the decade that … Continue reading The Twentrees: The Decade that Saves our Planet — ecogreenlove