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Vaporization – everything you need to know

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 many reasons but before we convince you that it's time to switch from smoking to ...

Chemical weapon in the Baltic, or the monster from the seas

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 felt for him - he has the power to sweep away all life from the Baltic Sea for hundreds of ...

OLIO – don’t throw away your food, share!

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 comes to food. Annually, in Europe alone, around 88 million tonnes of food are thrown away ...

BIOTREM – world-class upcycling

People interested in ecological solutions or following eco innovations on the market, have probably already heard about BIOTREM products. If you have no idea what we're talking about, it's time you learn about this Polish company. Cutlery made of ...

Foodsi and Too Good To Go to fight food wasting

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 fruits, 35% of fish, 30% of cereals and 20% of oilseeds, meat and dairy products that reach the ...

Shrimps and clams – the real cost of seafood

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 popularity of foodies around the world. Animals such as shrimps and mussels (such as oysters) ...

Solar methanol islands – opportunity or threat?

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 use of renewable energy. Researchers have come up with what they called 'solar methanol ...

Sustainable Development Goal 15 – Life on Land

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, combat desertification, halt and reverse land degradation, halt biodiversity loss". Like ...

Sustainable Development Goal 14 – Life Below Water

Earth's oceans are crucial to sustain all life on our planet - including, of course, ourselves. They ultimately regulate weather, rainfalls, provide drinking water and oxygen. Healthy oceans are also necessary in the fight against climate disaster - ...

Sustainable Development Goal 13 – Climate Change

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 prosperity of ourselves, future generations and other inhabitants of our planet, we can no longer ...

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