California’s All-Electric Plan

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California’s All-Electric Plan

In just over 20 years, transit buses all over California could be completely powered by zero-emissions tech, such as fuel cells or batteries. That’s the goal set last year by the California Air Resources Board (CARB). The board approved a rule that states when new buses are purchased by Californian transit agencies, requirements will intensify […]

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Saving energy at home

Energy, and I have electricity in mind, is the power that we always take for granted. We are so used to come into the room and turn the light switch on. But it takes so many resources from our planet Earth that we cannot even imagine and because we take it for granted, we waste […]

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Ways to recycle glass

To recycle glass means to make it usable again and create something from it. To do that, you need to separate it by chemicals. Of course, glass is made of sand, but there are much more different chemicals added to it. That differs the process on how each kind of glass is being recycled. You […]

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How we can protect the oceans?

Earlier this year, the state of the oceans was sad, and people became finally familiar with the issue. Photos of the shadow of Manila of plastic on the rocks has made news in many papers and magazines. In addition to the contaminated beaches, it became possible to see how huge sea areas are polluted and […]

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Plastic is a massive problem for marine animals

Thousands of turtles die each year in plastic. They either eat plastic bags thinking of them as food or smaller pieces of plastic still get into the water and into turtles’ digestion. The turtles are not the only marine life that are hurt in that way. Seabirds and other mammals also suffer from plastic. They […]

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Seas and Oceans are suffering

For a relatively small ecosystem in Baltic Sea, pollution became a major problem, but with the recent rescue and emission restrictions, the situation has slightly improved. Unlike the massive oceans. Hundreds of people have poured their waste into the sea, thinking that its magnitude compensated the debris and chemicals thrown there. As a dominant system […]

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Be a change and help to stop global warming

In the previous article we discussed what global warming is and how we, as humans, are causing it in every single step of our daily lives. Here I am going to list tips and tricks how we can individually reduce human climate drivers. There are 3 Rs that you need to remember, they are Reduce, […]

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Global warming danger for environment

Icebergs are melting, which causes sea levels to rise; forests are dying because of industries, and wildlife are becoming endangered every single day. It is clear now that we are destroying our planet earth. We are so cozy in our modern homes and cities and we love to get away to the nature, but if […]

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What really happens to the climate – part 2

Due to the record warm summer that has been in Europe, the environmental and climate issues have become even more relevant. There are many who say that heat warnings, forest fires and droughts are no longer a coincidence, but something we will need to get used to. Climate change and rising of the Earth’s average […]

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Crafty Way of Recycling Plastic

Little bit of history on how plastic came and conquered our lives. Fist plastic materials were bio-derived, as it is closely related to (and even derived from) polymer and that particular molecule can be found in the organic material. In 1600 BC natural rubber was used to make balls, small figures. Cattle horns were used […]

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