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Phytoremediation with cannabis. Why is it a great idea?
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Cannabis, alongside bamboo, is considered plant of the future. Growing it isn't very demanding, and every part of the plant can be industrially used. From the ...

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Hydrogen cars are the future. Or are they?
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Today, no one has the illusion that leaving fossil fuel cars behind is inevitable. Further ignorance of carbon dioxide emissions and damage it causes to the ...

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Electric cars – are they really eco-friendly? Let’s find out.
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Electric cars (and vehicles in general) have become an icon of sustainable development and the so-called "green economy". Still, many people claim that these ...

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Smartflower – innovative and designer solar farm
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As the awareness of the climate crisis dangers increases, so does the demand for sustainable energy. Generating it using renewable sources, available without ...

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Robert Downey Jr. wants to clean the Earth with A.I.
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It seems that interest in ecology and the fate of our planet has reached Hollywood for good. Movie stars and celebrities are increasingly willing to rise their ...

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Eco sex toys  – good for health and planet
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Eco sex toys? Really? Well, ecology is hardly the first thing we think about when buying erotic accessories. But why? Sex toy industry is thriving like never ...

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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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OLIO – don’t throw away your food, share!
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One of the biggest failures of our modern civilization is irresponsible consumerism. We produce too much, buy too much and waste too much - especially when it ...

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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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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 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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