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Sustainable Corporate Culture: Fostering Environmental Responsibility in the Workplace

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In the current era where sustainability and environmental responsibility are critical issues, businesses are called upon to play a fundamental role in creating a greener future. A sustainable corporate culture goes beyond simple initiatives; it involves the integration of environmentally responsible practices at the very core of the company’s identity and operations. In this article, […]

Carbon Neutral Lifestyle Guide: Practical Tips for Sustainable Living

Living a carbon-neutral lifestyle is an achievable goal that benefits not only the planet but also our own quality of life. Carbon neutrality involves balancing the carbon emissions we generate with actions that reduce or offset those emissions. In this article, we will explore practical tips for adopting a carbon-neutral lifestyle and contributing to a […]

3 Steps to an Organic and Sustainable Lifestyle at Home

When a food is labeled as “organic,” it means that there were no pesticides or chemical fertilizers used in the production process. Switch to Natural Herbicides/Weed Killers While the scientific research is still ongoing on some of these chemicals, there seems to be general consensus that exposure to some phenoxy herbicides may increase your chances of developing […]

6 ‘Green Nobel Prize’ Recipients Announced

Gloria Majiga-Kamoto The 30-year-old Malawian woman has been taking on the nation’s largest plastic manufacturers for the past five years. Her goal: to eliminate single-use plastics in the country. Thai Van Nguyen Thai Van Nguyen is the founder of Save Vietnam’s Wildlife, an organization that, between 2014 and 2020, successfully removed more than 1,500 critically […]

Europe, Global Warming and Climate Change: A Quick Guide

We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors. We borrow it from our children. – Native American proverb The continental homeland of Damocles is gradually emerging from the shadow of the Covid-19 pandemic, but far bigger crisis continues to hang over Europe’s collective head – global warming and climate change. Like the pandemic, these […]

Ozone pollution has increased in Antarctica

Ozone is a pollutant at ground level, but very high in the atmosphere’s “ozone layer,” it absorbs damaging ultraviolet radiation. Past studies have examined ozone levels in the Southern Hemisphere, but little is known about levels of the molecule in Antarctica over long periods. Now, researchers reporting in ACS’ Environmental Science & Technology have analyzed more than […]

Climate change: The long view

What will the Earth be like for our children and grandchildren, as temperatures continue to rise? We can be fairly certain of some things: Some regions will become inhospitable, as heat drives their inhabitants away or causes massive declines and changes in their ecosystems. Many other physical, chemical and biological processes will also be affected […]

Why trees mean hope in the climate crisis

The public debate about the dangerous effects of fossil fuel burning on our habitat, has been going on for over thirty years. In 2015 the Paris Agreement was a breakthrough. For the first time in history over 190 states of the world agreed upon a common goal: keeping global temperature rise below +2˚C. Currently we […]