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World’s Biggest Rooftop Greenhouse in Montreal is as Big as 3 Football Fields – Now Can Feed 2% of the City

A rooftop greenhouse in Montreal has become the largest of its kind, and can now produce enough food to feed nearly 2% of the city’s population even in winter. Rooftop gardening is becoming very popular as a means of getting high-quality produce into the hearts of the world’s great cities, a method that has the […]

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Climate change will decimate Palm Springs, Coachella Valley tourism

A new study finds that climate change will have a devastating effect on the greater Palm Springs area’s dominant industry — tourism. Due to climate change, the number of days above 85 degrees between November and April is projected to increase up to 150% by the end of the century.

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5 Common Household Items You Should Be Reusing

We’re all recycling as much as possible. We’re also generating trash every day. Per the EPA, Americans compost and recycle over 1.5 pounds of materials each day and trash almost 4.5 pounds of materials per day.People have made great changes that reduce the stream of waste going into landfills. People are composting food scraps. They’re […]

Bushfires Royal Commission Spins Aussie Fires Into Climate Manifesto

The Interim Observations of the Bushfires Royal Commission are extremely disturbing. Not because they reveal any frightening facts about climate or weather, rather because they make it clear that the Commission will accept the climate cop-out argument from fire chiefs…

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Police arrest dozens of Extinction Rebellion protesters in London

Thousands of Extinction Rebellion protesters have descended on Parliament Square in London leading to at least 90 arrests, as the group kicked off 10 days of civil disobedience to demand government action on the climate crisis. Four XR groups blocked…

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During COVID-19 Outbreak, Cities Slash Recycling Programs. Here’s the Impact.

The coronavirus pandemic has changed a lot. We’re working from home when possible. We’re social distancing. Some are wearing masks whether it’s a state mandate or not. We’re getting curbside meals rather than eating out. We’re staying home more, ordering online more, and creating more trash and recycling than before.These new habits have impacted a […]

Green Ignoramuses Now Want Sterile Energy

Queensland’s Great Barrier Reef (pictured) is once again the excuse for extending Green control of all land and waters. The current scare concerns the quality of water draining into the Coral Sea. The Greens’ hidden agenda is to eliminate coastal…

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Childhood connection to nature has many benefits but is not universally positive, finds review

A literature review finds that children are happier and more likely to protect the natural world when they have a greater connection to it, but this connection is complex and can also generate negative emotions linked to issues like climate change.

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New Vermont Law Requires Residents to Compost All Food Scraps

Starting July 1st, Vermont has two new laws designed to reduce waste. One will be easy for residents, as it’s been in the works for a while. Shoppers will need to bring reusable bags or boxes to all retailers or start paying a fee for paper bags. Plastic bags are banned from stores and will […]