Plant Trees For Free By Using This Search Engine

If this search engine was the size of Google, it could offset global vehicle emissions 1kg of CO2 is removed from the atmosphere with every single search.  1 tree is planted for every 45 searches Company built solar plant that provides servers with 100% renewable energy Privacy policy includes no third party trackers no reselling […]

9 Invasive Animals You Had No Idea Live Wild in the United States

People cross the globe to catch glimpses of zebras, parrots, crocodiles, monkeys and many more exotic animals that, believe it or not, live wild in the United States of America. Here are 9 wild animals that most people have no idea can be found in America. Lion Fish There are two nearly indistinguishable species of […]

Dangers of Climate Change Include Threatening Invasive Animals, Bacterias and Viruses

An increase in breeding sites for mosquitoes, water contamination, toxic algal blooms and rodent abundance Temperature increase of just 2-3 degrees will expose millions more globally to malaria alone Melting ice releasing viruses frozen in permafrost for thousands of years You’ve probably already come across our article detailing what your cities future climate will look […]

Here is How Climate Change Will Impact the City You Live In

The worlds climate is a difficult concept to model, and until now it has been a challenge to get an accurate picture of how climate change will impact the city you live in. Scientists from the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science have developed an interactive map detailing top estimates of what the climate […]

How a Tax on the Pet Industry Could Save Our Planet

Almost $80 BILLION is spent on the U.S pet industry annually, up $10 billion from 2018’s total of around $69 billion. The American Pet Products Association (APPA) says that pets are now in more than 85 million American households, and millennials have recently overtaken baby boomers as the largest demographic of pet owners. So here […]

‘System 001’ Back In Ocean Waters to Collect Trillions of Plastic Particles

The Ocean Cleanup has relaunched System 001 back into the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, located half way between Hawaii and California. This is the most concentrated area for ocean plastic and debris anywhere on the planet, home to more than one trillion particles weighing nearly 80,000 metric tons. The team created ‘System 001’ tasked with […]

Ambitious Plans to Remove Trillions of Plastic Particles from the Open Ocean

There are trillions of plastic particles floating amongst marine life right now, and a disturbing amount of that trash can be found in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch of the North Pacific gyre. This massive, plastic dense area forms from four clashing ocean currents creating a vortex spanning from Japan to California. Estimates suggest over […]

The Rules and Laws Governments Need to Enforce to Combat the Climate Crisis

We hear lots from our world leaders about reducing global carbon emissions, moving towards clean energy solutions, and cleaning up our oceans. But sometimes I wonder if governments are even actually thinking of solutions, or just adding buzzwords into their speeches for political gain. Plenty of chatter about reallocated funds and goals for reduced greenhouse […]

Startups Fighting the Climate Crisis by Innovating Sustainable Solutions

Revolutionary sustainable building materials are being innovated to reduce global carbon emission A ‘concrete jungle’ currently stores the equivalent of a forest nearly two thirds the size of the African Samoa Wooden skyscrapers are being built nearly the size of the Empire State Building Concrete is the most consumed material on the planet and a […]

How to Stop Junk Mail & Save Millions of Trees With A Smartphone App

U.S citizens receive enough junk mail in 10 days to be lined up side-by-side to reach the moon and back Unwanted junk mail contributed over a billion pounds of waste to landfills in one year (Nearly 50% is un-opened) An Apple Top 5 App of the Year unsubscribes users from mail with their smartphone. Papers, […]

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