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Category Archives: Plastic
One of the biggest environmental movements has combined a bunch of different perspectives into an overarching philosophy of Regeneration. Regeneration “puts life at the centre of every act and decision.” Please watch this 5 minute launch of one of the … Continue reading
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Precise, eloquent, artistic… heartbreaking
Our oceans. I’ve written about them before, but sometimes not felt it. This helped me feel it. 😦
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Seabin catches plastics at the river or harbour
Now this is interesting
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Next greatest threat after global warming?
I’m glad I was able to announce a new way to feed aquaculture in my last post, because I’m fast becoming convinced that seafood is no longer good for you. It’s not seafood any longer, but concentrated toxic waste! Why? … Continue reading
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Can we do better than Sweden?
Sweden is so efficient at burning their rubbish for waste that they’ve run out of their own and are importing other nation’s waste to help meet their energy needs. It’s a good story, but we can do better! 1. … Continue reading
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