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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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Sustainable Development Goal 13 – Climate Change
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The times when alarming reports of a climate catastrophe were perceived as a suspicious conspiracy theory, have gone forever. If we want to ensure the ...

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Sustainable Development Goal 12 – Consumption
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What brought us and the planet to the brink of climate disaster (and ecological in general) is, to a great extent, irresponsible consumerism. That is why, ...

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Sustainable Development Goal 11 – Cities
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Today, cities are by far the largest and most important habitats of people. It is predicted that the trend of population inflow to urban agglomerations will ...

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Sustainable Development Goal 6 – Clear water and sanitation
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World water supplies, according to UN, are enough to provide equal access to all people. Unfortunately, due to poor economy or poor infrastructure (or climate ...

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ContraPest, or how to eliminate rats ethically
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Easily accessible and widely used methods of fighting pests are not only harmful to the environment, but also doubtful from an ethical perspective. ...

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‘Pests’ – life and war with rats and insects
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What comes to your mind when you hear the term ‘pests’? Starlings? Rats? Snails? Potato beetles, moths, aphids? Depending on the perspective, probably ...

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Loop – this is how zero waste future looks like
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If the future is to be pro-ecological - it must offer solutions suitable for the 21st century. Let's be honest, fruit bags made of drapes are a great ...

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Palm oil – what is all that fuss about?
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The cultivation on African oil palm, or Elaeis guineensis to be precise, arised lots of controversies in the last few years. Rightly so - on the one hand, it ...

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Bisphenol A – should we be afraid of it?
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Plastic is one of the key anthropogenic pollution that threatens the ecological balance on Earth. There is no doubt about it. Let's focus on the other side of ...

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