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This Infographic Dispels Common Myths About Eco-Friendly Living

In recent years, terms like “eco-friendly” and discussions about how to go green have made their way into news and entertainment talk shows, politics, commercials, fashion, technology, and even product packaging. However, the more it becomes a trending topic, the more of a stigma surrounds it, and the more we may even find ourselves tuning […]
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Uruguay Now Generates Almost 100 Percent Of Its Electricity From Renewable Sources

  At the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference, held in Paris this past November and December, Uruguay made quite an environmentally and economically friendly statement. The South American nation announced that it receives 94.5 percent of its electricity from renewable sources including wind and solar. Furthermore, they’ve managed to make ends meet without utilizing government […]
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How To Start A Food Is Free Project!

“Never underestimate your power to inspire and affect your community around you. Even the smallest of acts can really ripple out.” – John VanDeusen Edwards, Founder of The Food is Free Project Food is Free Project The Food is Free Project grows community and food while helping people gain independence from a broken agricultural system. The […]
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What You Need To Know About The U.S. Banning Microbeads

  Ever since the tender age of 13, when my skin began to experience the downside of puberty (hello hormones), I’ve been well-aware of the many skincare products out there that swear to provide you with a blemish-free face. From foaming cleansers to exfoliators, toners to serums, I’ve tried my hand at a plethora of […]
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Couple Protect Over 2 Million Acres & Donate Land To The Public

“Conservation is our passion: we feel privileged to make it the second part of our life’s work. Even at discouraging moments—when we read reports on accelerating biodiversity loss, learn of a new road planned through the Serengeti, or watch how Japan keeps killing whales under the false claim of research—we cannot imagine stopping this work […]