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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Recycling of Paper

To start recycling we need to how back and learn what paper is and how it became so praised.  T’sai Lun is a person who is considered first person who invented, or you can say created, paper and it happened in 105 AD. He combined together different rags and used nets for fishing and grass, […]

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Water Pollution

It is said that water is life, and that is 100% truth because 70% of our beloved earth is covered in water, no one can deny that this is not our greatest resource. We are being taught in school how to save water, we are using it daily, it is part of our routine from […]

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What really happens to the climate – part 1

Yes, what’s the matter with the climate? It is certainly a question that many of us have put up during this summer. Heat records, drought and forest fires have led to the fact that the debate on environment and climate has become hotter than ever and has emerged as one of the most important topics […]

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Littering issue

Littering means disposing something improperly, like leaving rubbish lying around in the wrong place. Simply put, it is the act throwing something away in a place where it doesn’t belong and just leaving the objects to unnecessarily lie there, instead of placing them in garbage container or trash bin. Objects from the household, like lightbulbs, […]

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