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20, january 2023


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You can become an environmental volunteer to help our planet recover. As an environmental volunteer, you can devote your time and energy to several causes from around the world. Generally, you can choose from four broad fields: Afforestation, Renewable Energy, Sustainable Agriculture, and Conservation. These are just some of the major environmental projects being implemented around the world. You can choose one of the causes close to your heart and put in the time and effort to make a difference.


19, january 2023

Benefits of recycled plastic

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Plastic recycling is becoming increasingly important in efforts to reduce packaging rejection and overall levels of solid waste. In order to maintain a safe and healthy lifestyle, we must reuse, recycle and use the plastic that exists in our homes. As the use of recycled plastic bottles grows among customers, recycling centers, and government agencies, a plastic bottle, once recycled, can be reused over and over again. The use of recycled materials minimizes the need to grow, harvest, or my new raw materials. If fewer forests are cleared, rivers are not diverted, wildlife is not killed or relocated, and air, soil, and water pollution are reduced, harmful destruction and damage to the environment will be minimized.


16, january 2023

Beach trash at the lowest level!

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Beach litter is one of the biggest threats to wildlife, especially seabirds. Almost a year ago, 1.1 billion disposable plates and 4.25 billion disposable cutlery were found across the UK. These huge numbers mean only one thing – the threat to living organisms is growing day by day. Plastic bags and bottles can suffocate birds, and fishing lines and nets can trap them and kill them by cutting into their flesh if they get tangled. Toxic chemicals build up in the bodies of sea creatures, and fish and birds are often eaten by larger animals such as turtles, dolphins, or seabirds.


15, january 2023

The most dangerous products

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What was once one of the most versatile compounds for everyday use is now a major concern for marine life. In its various forms, plastic poses a threat to our oceans in many ways. According to CSIRO, the Australian government’s science agency, plastic consumption has killed 80 different animal species. Australian scientists estimate that about 14 million tons of plastic have been found on the ocean floor. Plastic pollution has become a major environmental issue that could endanger our wildlife. Animals such as seals, whales, turtles and many other aquatic animals are most at risk. However, some plastic products are more dangerous than others. Thus, by identifying them and avoiding their use, we can significantly protect the environment.


14, january 2023

Climate crisis leads to sea level rise

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Our world is approaching grave danger. And this is evident from the various effects of global warming and the associated climate crisis. Recent news is sea level rise due to overheating of the atmosphere and melting ice caps. While we all know this unremarkable event is unstoppable, the real question is, how fast will sea levels rise? Company sea levels could rise 20 feet by 2040 and have a chance to rise 3 feet by 2050. But we can never be sure, given the rise in global warming over the past few decades and various social organizations and governments fighting to contain the increase in damage to our environment.

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14, january 2023

Deforestation - wild animals disappear

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Every year, as a result of the expansion of arable land and other human activities, 10 million hectares of forests and forest plantations disappear from the face of the earth. This is turning into a rapid reduction in the biological diversity of the planet. Over the past three decades, the rate of deforestation of the Earth has slowed down, however, despite this, since 1990, about 420 million hectares of forest have been lost. Yet forests account for the bulk of the planet’s terrestrial biodiversity: 60,000 different plant and tree species, 80 percent of all amphibian species, 75 percent of bird species, and 68 percent of mammal species. The disappearance of forests leads to the disappearance of many wild species of flora and fauna.


13, january 2023

Food import costs are on the rise

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Global food import costs will rise to $1.94 trillion in 2022, higher than previously expected, according to a new forecast released today by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). According to the FAO Food Forecast, the value of imports will increase by 10 percent compared to 2022 and reach an all-time high. At the same time, it is noted that the growth rate of imported food products in some countries will slow down. This is due to higher world food prices and the simultaneous depreciation of a number of currencies against the dollar. Both affect the purchasing power of importing countries and, consequently, the amount of food entering these countries.

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