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Is coffee ecological? Is it ethical? Let’s take a closer look
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While drinking morning coffee, hardly anyone wonders what path it had to travel to reach our homes, cafes and workplaces. However, if we want to live ethically ...

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Fires in Siberia – how dangerous is it?
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The Russian taiga has been burning constantly for several months now. Fires in Siberia occur every year, but never before on such a large scale. The fire has ...

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Beeswax wraps – a great alternative for plastic foodwraps!
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When the zero or less waste news are being heard from the right, left, top and bottom, we can risk the statement that the idea of ​​limiting negative impact on ...

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Feral cats in Australia – what is going on?
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Feral cats in Australia have recently been a hot topic. The problem became more prominent in 2015, when the Australian government decided to take urgent steps ...

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Vaporization – everything you need to know
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Have you ever wondered what is it about this vaporization that everyone goes crazy about it? Why are so many people amazed about its effects? Well, there are ...

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Chemical weapon in the Baltic, or the monster from the seas
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There is a monster sleeping lightly at the bottom of the Baltic Sea. He has been sleeping for over 70 years now and can wake up at any time. Respect should be ...

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BIOTREM – world-class upcycling
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People interested in ecological solutions or following eco innovations on the market, have probably already heard about BIOTREM products. If you have no idea ...

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Foodsi and Too Good To Go to fight food wasting
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Annuallny, about 1/3 of food produced worldwide end up in thrash. It is, exactly, 1.3 billion tons of food . We throw away about 40-50% of vegetables and ...

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Shrimps and clams – the real cost of seafood
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Although they're not even closely fruits (as many languages used to call them), the small creatures drawn from the seas and oceans are witnessing growing ...

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Solar methanol islands – opportunity or threat?
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At the beginning of this year, a group of scientists from Norway and Switzerland, published an article in which they presented a rather unusual idea for the ...

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Sustainable Development Goal 15 – Life on Land
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Among all of the Sustainable Development Goals, Goal 15 is probably the most pro-ecological one. It calls on the Member States to "sustainably manage forests, ...

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Sustainable Development Goal 14 – Life Below Water
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Earth's oceans are crucial to sustain all life on our planet - including, of course, ourselves. They ultimately regulate weather, rainfalls, provide drinking ...

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