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20 Best Books About Bees Kids and Adults Will Love
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
01·15·23
We love the bees! And these famous creatures have songs, sayings, and even stories about them. Bees are amazing; aside from honey and stings, they are also one of our major pollinators. There are so many bee books out there, so to make your selection easier, we have put together a list of 20 of […]
19 Best Sustainable Swimwear Brands
Sustainable FashionSustainable Fashion
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
01·15·23
Conventional swimwear is made of virgin plastic fibers. These synthetic fibers do not biodegrade like natural fibers and can spend many years clogging our landfills and oceans. Our picks of the best sustainable swimwear brands use recycled and eco friendly materials to produce stylish and eco friendly swimwear.
Why Do People Not Recycle?
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
01·13·23
It’s no secret that some people don’t recycle. In fact, according to the Environmental Protection Agency, the recycling rate in the U.S. is 32%. Globally, we only recycle 9% of our plastic waste. There are various reasons why people don’t recycle. We examine why people do not recycle and how we can build zero-waste, high-recycling […]
15 Community Event Ideas to Bring People Together
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
01·13·23
Whether it's to bond with neighbors and friends or raise awareness for a cause, a community event is a fantastic way to bring people together. From a local cooking contest to a town charity drive, loads of compelling community event ideas provide options to strengthen local community bonds.
Which Countries Are Best In Low-Zero Waste Management?
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
01·13·23
It's the responsibility of countries worldwide to manage their waste appropriately. Here are some countries that are working towards maintaining zero-waste practices by focusing on zero-waste resource management and other policies, and some of the better examples of improving recycling rates.
68 Bloom Quotes and Sayings Revealing Inner Beauty (2024)
Sustainable LivingSustainable Living
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01·12·23
To bloom is to produce flowers that, as we all know, are reproductive, striking, and often beautiful parts of a plant. After blooming, trees make the fruits we eat and enjoy. Like in life, blooming is analogous to revealing the inner beauty and strengths that have always been inside us. Whether inspirational or poetic, our […]
24 Animals That Start With I With Pictures and Facts
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
01·12·23
Many different and fascinating animals start with the letter I. From mammals to reptiles, fish, birds, and many more. These animals beginning with I, have unique features and traits that help them adapt to their environment. Here's 24 fascinating examples from our animal kingdom.
28 Tea Quotes to Read While Drinking a Cuppa
Mind & BodyMind & Body
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BY Isabela Sedano ·
01·12·23
Drinking a nice cup of tea has provided numerous benefits and a way for tea drinkers to socialize since over 5000 years ago. The drink's simplicity is nothing compared to its rich history involving Asian empires, a trading company, and an American revolution. Are you one of the billions of tea lovers worldwide? Then, steep […]
35 Dragonfly Quotes to Spark Fortune and Inspiration (2024)
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BY Isabela Sedano ·
01·11·23
When you watch birds as a hobby, it's called birding. But if you're fascinated with dragonflies, it's called oding, from the dragonfly's order Odonata. Dragonflies in the wild are considered an omen of good luck and fortune. They also symbolize joy and freedom, reminding us to live in the moment. With our collection of dragonfly […]
Human Trafficking Awareness Day: Why it Matters
Charity & Civil SocietyCharity & Civil Society
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01·11·23
Highlighting Human Trafficking Awareness Day, this article explores its history, cause, and present challenges. It sheds light on significant facts, global initiatives, and ways individuals can contribute to eradicating human trafficking.
Interview: Oceanic Global
EnvironmentEnvironment
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
01·10·23
Oceanic Global is a global nonprofit organization that sheds light on humanity’s essential relationship to the ocean and empowers individuals, communities, and industries to create positive change for our collective wellbeing. Selva Ozelli interviews Natasha Berg, exploring their work and initiatives fighting preserve and protect our Oceans.
30 Animals That Start With O With Pictures and Facts
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
01·08·23
Owls, oxen, octopuses, and orcas; We have so many different animals that start with O all over the world. Some of these fascinating creatures are common. Others are rare, and you may not have seen or heard of them before. Here's some you might recognize and other less well known animals that begin with the […]
21 Spider Facts That Aren’t (That) Creepy
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
01·08·23
There are a lot more spiders than we know. They are so much more than the crawling-in-the-dark creatures we regard them as. Over 45,000 species of spiders belong to the arachnids class, with tons of fascinating characteristics and behaviors, as our list of amazing and fascinating spider facts explores.
Is Cellophane Recyclable? And Compostable?
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
01·07·23
With the increasing awareness of our environmental impact, many people are looking for ways to reduce waste and recycle more materials. One material that often comes up in conversation is cellophane, with many asking whether or not it is possible to recycle cellophane. The answer may surprise you...
18 Animals That Start With H With Pictures and Facts
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
01·07·23
There are a surprising number of animals that start with H. In fact, if you take a moment to think about it, you can probably come up with quite a few examples on your own. But what are they? And why do they start with H? Here's 18 of the less common and interesting animals […]
28 Natural Skin Care Ingredients, Uses & Benefits
Sustainable LivingSustainable Living
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
01·07·23
For good reasons, many prefer natural skin care ingredients over chemical-based ones. Unfortunately, some of the products we find in the market contain harmful chemicals which can have adverse long-term effects. We feature 28 natural skin care ingredients that you'll find in natural products, with their uses and benefits.
What Would Happen if Everyone Stopped Recycling?
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
01·06·23
Recycling is an integral part of helping to protect the environment and reduce waste. But what would happen if people stopped recycling? The consequences could be dire, as the resources on our planet are already stretched thin due to overconsumption and population growth.
Flying Spiders - Can Spiders Fly?
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
01·06·23
There have been mentions of flying spiders moving from one location to another. It leaves you wondering, since when do spiders have wings? Well, flying spiders don’t have wings. Instead, they practice aerial dispersal through a method known as ballooning. We explore the ballooning phenomena of flying spiders and all you need to know about […]
Which Countries Buy Garbage? - The Global Waste Trade
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
01·05·23
The world produces so much waste because of the industrialization of societies and economies at large. The global waste trade moves a lot more of our trash around the world than you might think - which countries buy garbage? And we explore the trade in global waste.
17 Brilliant Butterfly Facts From Metamorphosis To Vibrant Wings
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
01·05·23
We all love to see butterflies move around in our gardens, local parks, and open spaces. From the tiniest to the largest butterflies, these beautiful insects give our world a little bit more color. But what else do we know about the butterfly? Click to explore some fascinating facts about butterflies.
What Is Eco-Terrorism? - A Look at Radical Environmentalism
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
01·05·23
Eco-terrorism describes the violent activities some environmental activists perform to thwart the actions of people and corporations they believe harm nature and its components. We explore the eco-terrorism movement, looking at its history and roots, notable groups, and efforts to combat its efforts
National Bird Day: Why it Matters and How to Get Involved
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01·05·23
Celebrate National Bird Day and learn about its history, purpose, and challenges faced by our feathered friends. Discover how conservation efforts are making a difference. Get inspired to join initiatives and take action to protect these magnificent creatures, ensuring their survival for future generations to appreciate and enjoy.
National Blood Donor Month: Why It Matters And How To Support It
Mind & BodyMind & Body
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BY Mike Gomez ·
01·03·23
Celebrate National Blood Donor Month and learn about key initiatives, the importance of donating, and how to get involved. Understand the difference a single donation can make in someone's life.
New Year's Day: Kick Start the New Year For the Planet
Mind & BodyMind & Body
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01·01·23
New Year's Day: that universally recognized celebration that decorates our calendars every January 1st. Picture it as a fresh canvas, a new beginning. People worldwide seize this opportunity to outline plans, setting goals they aspire to achieve. Here's some background to the day and ideas to kick start with year with the environment in mind.
January - Awareness Months, Days & Observances
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01·01·23
Welcome to January, a fresh start brimming with possibilities and a time to embrace a renewed sense of purpose for the year ahead! With the spirit of the New Year still flowing, it's the perfect moment to raise awareness, get involved, and make a difference by getting involved with the months awareness days
39 January Quotes and Sayings to Start the Year Right
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BY Isabela Sedano ·
01·01·23
In the first month of the year, we are overflowing with hope for what the next 365 days will bring us. We create new year resolutions, set goals, and experience chilly weather. That's why we have prepared the collection of January quotes below that to encapsulate these experiences, along with inspirational and funny messages.
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