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20 Fascinating Electricity Facts From Invention to Current Day
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
10·19·22
Electricity plays a huge role in almost everything we depend on in our daily life. But do you know how electricity works, its history, and what makes it so useful? This article covers some of the most interesting facts about electricity throughout history to the modern day. 
13 Best Reusable Paper Towels For Tree-Free Cleans
Eco FriendlyEco Friendly
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
10·18·22
We can find paper towels, sheets of soft and thick paper, in many of our kitchens. We use them for drying our hands, cleaning up those messy spills, and for the convenience of an easy wipe clean. However, like any other single-use product, our paper towels end up trashed after use. Rather then throwing all […]
57 Rainbow Quotes Appreciating Colors to Brighten Any Day
EnvironmentEnvironment
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10·15·22
No matter your age, you can't help but be mesmerized when a rainbow occurs. From songs like over the rainbow to legends around the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, rainbows and rainbow quotes have inspired many and influenced many cultures and cultural references. To further your exploration of color and the […]
47 Snake Quotes Exploring The World of These Limbless Reptiles
BiodiversityBiodiversity
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10·15·22
As several snake quotes talk about, due to their dangerous nature, people attach negative connotations to these slippery limbless reptiles - probably because their bites kill between 81,000 to 138,000 a year. However, in actuality, they have diverse backgrounds across cultures. Run through our curated list of snake quotes to uncover the mysteries and beliefs […]
15 Cute Axolotl Facts And Why Are They Endangered?
BiodiversityBiodiversity
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
10·14·22
The axolotl is an amphibian with a maximum lifespan of 15 years. It is a neotenic salamander with lizard-like limbs, related to the family of tiger salamanders, and is endemic to Mexico City, Lake Xochimilco, and Lake Chalco. It has other names like Mexican walking fish and water monster, and its binomial name is Ambystoma. […]
Zero Waste Grocery Shopping Guide & Tips
Eco FriendlyEco Friendly
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
10·13·22
Zero-waste grocery shopping is a sustainable lifestyle practice to reduce the amount of waste we release into the environment. Zero-waste supermarket buying might feel counterintuitive, especially as grabbing packaged goods is normalized. This article presents eight tips on how to shop sustainably during regular grocery store trips and covers the benefits of sustainable shopping.
21 Cool Bug Facts For Creepy Crawly Appreciation
BiodiversityBiodiversity
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
10·12·22
You most likely think of a pest at the mention of the word, bug. In daily conversations, these jumping and flying animals often get described as creepy crawlies. If you're the kind of person who’s fascinated by bugs, click through to discover some cool bug facts. 
21 Different Types of Jellyfish From Stingers To Eerie Floaters
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
10·11·22
Some people say jellyfish are like colorful floating umbrellas. Well… floating sea umbrellas that can sting. These brainless invertebrates are among the deadliest and most resilient creatures on earth. So far, 200 types of jellyfish are known, each one unique in color, size, and behavior. There is so much to learn about these fascinating creatures, […]
58 Breathtaking Mountain Quotes To Fuel Your Next Adventure
EnvironmentEnvironment
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10·11·22
Mountains are known for their lofty peaks. There is no doubt why adventurous individuals view mountains as one of the best places to explore and engage in various activities, including cycling, skiing, snowboarding, and hiking. The journey of climbing the mountain, physical and metaphorical, has challenged many and encouraged people to aim high. Here are […]
Are Garbage Bags Recyclable?
Waste & RecyclingWaste & Recycling
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
10·10·22
While we try to avoid plastic packaging in our sustainability journey, we can easily forget about the trash bags we use to put waste in our trash bins. Most homes use the ubiquitous plastic garbage bag to store all of our leftovers before they are collected and taken away, out of sight, out of mind. […]
106 Thoughtful Flower Quotes, Sayings, And Captions
EnvironmentEnvironment
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10·10·22
The role of flowers throughout history is long and fascinating and as environmental protection awareness grows, flowers remind us of nature’s beauty and all there is to protect. We have compiled a collection of flower quotes from artists, authors, poets, philosophers, and doctors that will inspire you in light of all these many flower benefits, uses, […]
How to Celebrate an Eco-friendly Halloween
Eco FriendlyEco Friendly
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
10·09·22
The fall season is here. The leaves are turning red, brown, and yellow, with pumpkin spice everywhere. This also means that spooky season is here! Halloween is a much anticipated holiday filled with lots of creativity, great food, lots of candy, fabulous costumes, and a Jack O Lantern lying around the corner. Here's a bunch […]
21 Sand Cat Facts About These Cute Desert Warriors
BiodiversityBiodiversity
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
10·08·22
With their soulful eyes and small body, sand cats are super adorable creatures. They look like stockier versions of domestic cats, but the similarity ends with their looks. Sand cats are ferocious hunters that live in the hottest places on earth. People rarely see sand cats in the wild, and their elusiveness is part of […]
Who Invented Walking? How Did Walking Come About?
Mind & BodyMind & Body
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
10·08·22
Ever wondered how it is that humans came to walk upright the way we do since our closest relatives in the animal kingdom walk so differently? If you want to know the answer to “who invented walking?” and how and when was walking invented? This article tries to answer that difficult question as simply as […]
How To Conduct a Waste Audit for Your Business
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
10·08·22
Do you know that taking out the trash could be costing your business money? From the disposal of food scraps to pharmaceutical waste, glass, and organic waste, your company's daily operations produce waste. For effective waste management and waste reduction, you need to get data. Here we look at what waste audits are, why and […]
19 Different Types of Bamboo From Around the World
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
10·07·22
Bamboo is native to Asia and East Asia, although numerous varieties exist all across the earth. Bamboo grows fast and remains robust. With over 1000 different species of bamboo, here we feature 19 different types of bamboo both common and interesting, from across the world.
How Much Does The Earth Cost?
EnvironmentEnvironment
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
10·06·22
Our planet Earth has been around for billions of years. Earth falls as the third of eight planets in our solar system and is the third planet from the Sun, before Mars and after Mercury and Venus. But imagine if humans could claim ownership of the planet Earth. Just how much would the Earth cost? […]
What is Eco Brutalism, and is it Eco-Friendly?
Responsible BusinessResponsible Business
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
10·06·22
Eco-brutalism is an architectural term that describes opposing concepts related to brutal human forms in buildings and the beauty of nature. Eco-brutalist buildings can also introduce eco-friendly approaches to construction. Here we take a look at this style of architecture, its history and explore if its actually eco friendly?
Environmental Impact Of Mining
EnvironmentEnvironment
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
09·26·22
The mining industry has been a prominent part of the global economy for many decades. The extraction of mineral resources makes the mining sector important to many industries, from our use of metals to lithium for batteries to power our devices. While its resulting products and resources are now common, the mining process has negative […]
10 Best Sustainable Camera Bags And Accessories
Eco FriendlyEco Friendly
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
09·25·22
Are you an eco-conscious photographer and need a camera bag to protect your camera equipment and the environment? Or perhaps you want to shoot and capture beautiful moments that will last throughout your life while protecting the planet. The right camera bag can make all the difference. Here's 10 of the best sustainable camera bags.
30 Animals That Start With N With Pictures and Facts
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
09·25·22
Curious about the names of animals that start with different letters of the alphabet? You'll find loads of fascinating animals starting with the letter n, from the popular nightingale to colorful geckos and arctic whales. Read on to explore 30 animals starting with the letter n.
35 Whale Quotes To Help You Be Calm And Hopeful
BiodiversityBiodiversity
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09·24·22
Whales appeared 50 million years ago. We’re lucky enough to share our planet with 90 whale species and whales are so more than their size. We have curated this list of whale quotes to change your perception of these cetaceans, have a read and be in awe of these incredible aquatic mammals.
40 Owl Quotes, Captions, and Sayings to Make You Wiser
BiodiversityBiodiversity
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09·23·22
Due to their larger-than-usual eyes and mysterious demeanor, people have linked majestic owls to positive and negative situations and characteristics for centuries. As you read our selection of the best owl quotes, you will learn more about owls and human perception of them.
23 Different Types of Monkeys With Pictures
BiodiversityBiodiversity
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
09·21·22
Monkeys are such relatable and intelligent creatures. Their closest resemblance to humans of all the world's animals makes them pretty interesting. The world has about 200 types of monkeys; they come in varying shapes, sizes, and colors. Some monkey breeds are the size of your palm. Here we feature amazing 23 types of monkeys you […]
Environmental Impact Of Construction And The Built Environment
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
09·20·22
The construction sector provides shelter, homes, places of business, and the opportunity to rebuild for a greener future. It’s been a core part of our ongoing development, progress, and modernization for centuries. However, despite the numerous benefits the construction industry offers, it is not without a negative impact on the environment.
Is Silicone Eco-Friendly? - Environmental Impact Of Silicone
EnvironmentEnvironment
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
09·19·22
If you are going zero waste, one of the popular pieces of advice you'll get is to avoid plastic. Now, you’ll find many other materials people believe would best replace plastic, one of which is silicone. What is silicone, how is it made, and with interest in zero waste growing is it better for the […]
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