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Tech Companies Building Greener Data Centres

The tech industry is known for its large-scale competitions, whether it's with intelligent smartphones, powerful chips, or popular gaming consoles. Most of these are ultimately bad for the environment...
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World’s largest meat company withdraws Greenpeace lawsuit

The world's largest meat company says it has withdrawn a lawsuit against environmental activist group Greenpeace and renewed a promise not to purchase cattle from restricted areas in Brazil. According...
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The New Faux Pas: Fashion gets Ethical

Greenpeace recently launched a campaign calling on Spain-based clothing giant Zara to ‘detox’ its harmful methods of making product; thrusting eco-fashion, a growing movement towards sustainable fashion since the...

Toxic Fashion: The hazardous chemicals in our clothing

Most people know the importance of toxins in products we ingest, but we often don't consider the toxins in products we wear. According to Greenpeace, chemicals used in dyes...
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Australia bans “super trawler” from fishing for two years

It's a small victory for environmentalists around the world. There are reports that Australia plans to block a controversial "super trawler" from fishing in its waters for two years. Critics...
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The VW and Greenpeace Car Wars saga continues

The latest instalment of Greenpeace’s campaign against Volkswagen’s perceived lack of eco-credentials continues the Star Wars theme. Greenpeace are staging a faux-launch of a Golf 7 Jedi Edition that...
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VW’s Golf launch derailed by Greenpeace over fuel efficiency concerns

Volkswagen was the subject of Greenpeace's wrath this week, when environmental activists picketed the flashy premiere of Volkswagen's latest Golf hatchback. According to Reuters, Greenpeace accused the German automaker...
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Greenpeace occupies Russian offshore oil rig

Six activists, who spent several hours hanging off the side of a Russian floating oil platform, have ended their demonstration. The activists, including Greenpeace executive director Kumi Naidoo, stormed Gazprom's...
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Black Fish Group to Spark New Wave of Sea Activism

A new face is emerging in the sea activism. Calling themselves the Black Fish, a name based off the fisherman's slang for illegally caught seafood, the group is intent...
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Greenpeace: China’s coal expansion could spark water crisis

A new report suggests that China’s plan to quickly expand large coal mines and power plants threatens to drain precious water supply and could trigger a severe weather crisis....


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Does Coffee Kill Plants? The Truth About Using Coffee as a Soil Amendment and...

Find out whether coffee is harmful to plants and learn about the benefits and drawbacks of using coffee grounds as a soil amendment or fertilizer. Discover other natural fertilizers to help your plants thrive.
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7 Simple Ways to Conserve Water Around The Home

Learn how to conserve water and reduce your environmental impact with these 7 simple tips for your home. Discover practical strategies to save water and reduce your utility bills, without sacrificing your daily routine or comfort. From fixing leaks to upgrading appliances, this article offers easy solutions to help you become a more conscious consumer.
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Living Off the Grid: 16 Brilliant Hacks You Should Know Now!

Looking to live off the grid? Check out our article for 16 brilliant hacks to make your off-grid lifestyle easier and more sustainable. From alternative energy sources to water conservation methods, we've got you covered. Start living your off-grid dream today!

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The Latest Developments and Breakthroughs in Solar

The solar industry has come a long way in just the last few years. The latest developments and breakthroughs in solar technology include longer-lasting solar cells, solar cells that you can print onto flexible surfaces, solar panels that track the sun from east to west throughout the day, and solar power plants that work at night. Here's a breakdown of the breakthroughs we're most excited about.

4 Simple Ways to Unclog a Drain Without Harmful Chemicals

There are several inexpensive and non-toxic methods you can use to unclog drains in your home with ingredients you probably already have in your cabinets.

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