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dietitianmeagan Jul 15
Love this! There are a lot of initiatives going around to reduce the daily use of plastics and other waste materials. But what about our food?
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CIS (UK) Ltd Jul 15
Norway 🇳🇴 is building a city that is totally powered by renewable energy.
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The Cryptomath Jul 13
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Evan Kirstel Jul 17
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Craig Foley Jul 12
Solar I, completed in 1939, was 1st house in U.S. to be heated by the sun's energy. A single story house on the MIT campus on Vassar St. in Cambridge, Solar I used solar radiation as a heat source for the winter.
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Clodagh O'Reilly Jul 17
I've been trying to do and have really shocked myself at how much plastic I consume, I thought I was actually quite good - but much more conscious planning required.
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Melanie Reffes Jul 9
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Sara Place Jul 13
Little known fact: we planted the most corn in the US in 1932. Today we can produce 466% more corn with 20% fewer acres. Productivity is a key part of doing more with less and
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CIS (UK) Ltd Jul 17
Switzerland 🇨🇭 citizens have to pay to throw away their rubbish as an incentive to recycle ♻️ more.
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Anders Adamsen Jul 17
: (noun) |suh-stey-nuh-bil-i-tee| Treating the world as if we planned to stay ♻️
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Evan Kirstel Jul 13
This desert farm is harvesting food using nothing but sunlight and seawater
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Alexander Verbeek 🌍 7h
🇨🇭 Here in the U.S. I am reading about Switzerland, that has one of the highest recycling rates of Europe. Paying to throw away rubbish is a good incentive to recycle more. 😊
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Evan Kirstel Jul 14
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