7 Eco-Friendly Transportation Methods to Help Reduce Air Pollution

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Do you make use of eco-friendly transportation in your daily life? Of the many ways you can help save the planet, using green technology for transport could be one of the most significant. The transportation sector is responsible for more than 20 percent of CO2 emissions globally. In the U.S., it makes up about 25 …

How to Make an Eco-Friendly Building (that Actually Saves You Money)

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Many people view eco-friendly buildings as novelties, but they should be the norm by now. Buildings come with a huge carbon footprint. In the United States, these man-made structures were responsible for about 40 percent of the nation’s total energy consumption in 2018. It’s no surprise that many businesses and private citizens are considering going …

Eco-Friendly Building Materials (Your Guide to a Sustainable House)

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Have you ever thought about all the materials that go into the building of a new house? Even a simple remodel can require a significant amount of materials, from wood to concrete and much more. Unfortunately, many of these materials are not eco-friendly, yet it’s something we rarely think about. After all, it’s not like …

Bioplastic Vs. Plastic – Advantages of Biodegradable Bioplastics

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Bioplastics are praised by many as an environmentally friendly alternative to conventional plastics. On the other hand, there are also many critical voices that claim biodegradable bioplastics were “nonsense” or at least question their ecological benefit.

15 Innovative Solutions To Our Garbage Problems

The landfill – and the Western mode of managing waste in general – is garbage (pun intended) and isn’t going to be very feasible in the future. Especially since population growth is expected to reach 9.6 billion people by 2050. That’s going to be a lot of waste to deal with.

Biodegradable Pollutants – Examples and FAQs

Pollution is very much a hot topic in the modern age—and with good reason. As humans have evolved and our industries, population, and production have exploded, so has pollution.