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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 7- Energy
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One of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals according to the Sustainable Development Agenda 2030 is to 'ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and ...

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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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SEEDiA – small infrastructure of the 21st century
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The world is changing. We have no doubts about it when we hear about such innovative and necessary ideas like the one SEEDiA came up with. Its creators decided ...

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Sustainable Development Goals – 17 goals for the future
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On September 25th, 2015, at the headquarters of the United Nations in New York, at the summit of the Sustainable Development Agenda 2030, it was finally ...

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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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Coffee waste instead of palm oil
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I think most of us will agree that mass production of palm oil is the ecological disaster of our times. Fortunately, there are creative people who still have ...

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Cannabis: an introduction to a wonderous plant’s abilities
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Plants have always fascinated us and will undoubtedly continue to do so. All the more so if we can make use of them. Cannabis is, beyond doubt, a perfect ...

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