Eco Amplifier for your phone on the go!

  • Posted by vkorichkov
  • On September 13, 2016
Hello Mountain aficionados, imagine that you are hiking along your favourite trail with your friends and listening to music as you walk…. but at what cost? Portable Bluetooth speakers : $30-50 (battery life 4-5 hours, after that needs recharging), and of course the battery life of your phone dies much quicker, which means no time […]
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How To Teach Your Children Responsibility!

  • Posted by vkorichkov
  • On September 6, 2016
  Hello friends! The gadget month of CO2 Cards continues with something for the kids. Teaching them to recycle, care for the environment and protect it from a young age is very important. This way they will grow up environmentally friendly and responsible adults. Kids will be the world’s key decision-makers in the next 30 years, which […]
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The Green Movement & Green Building Design

  • Posted by vkorichkov
  • On September 5, 2016
In today’s world, everyone constantly talks about going green. Whether you admit or not, at some moment we will all have to follow the green movement. According to Kukreja (2016), one of the trends that is becoming very popular recently is that of designing a green building. Some people may think of a green, or sustainable […]
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Nature means happiness and health!

  • Posted by vkorichkov
  • On August 25, 2016
Nature means happiness and health! Having a good walk in the park or in the mountain is a great choice for a low-carbon activity. IT will reduce your carbon footprint and it will make you happier and healthier! It turns out that if you spent 30 minutes in nature a week will reduce the risk […]
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Climate Change Effects: Goodbye Mussels!

  • Posted by vkorichkov
  • On August 24, 2016
Climate Change: Goodbye Mussels! Scientists have found that mussels will become inedible within the next 100 years. The reason is the rising sea level temperatures thanks to deadly bacteria which finds a warm enough climate to thrive in shellfish. It turns out that a change in temperature of just 2 degrees Celsius could make mussels, […]
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Plastic pollution in oceans

  • Posted by vkorichkov
  • On August 23, 2016
In today’s world, pollution is a major problem. According to PlasticOceans, we produce over 300 million tons of plastic every year. Plastic pollution is a serious threat. It is not just harming the environment but also essential ecosystems. It is also affecting human health. Fish ingests tons of plastic each year. Cases of giant whales […]
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Recycling Your Smartphones and Batteries

  • Posted by vkorichkov
  • On August 22, 2016
Recycling your smartphones and batteries   Why should you recycle your old mobile phone? Most of us are hiding old phones in drawers, boxes or elsewhere in our homes. The truth is that we can recycle those old mobile phones and save tons of raw materials. We should think more about the sustainable usage of […]
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Ancient Civilizations Collapsed Due to Climate Change

  • Posted by vkorichkov
  • On August 19, 2016
Ancient civilizations collapsed due to climate change The fall of ancient civilizations has often been associated with the climate change. A research revealed that the Bronze Age ‘megacities’ of the Indus Valley region of Pakistan and north-west India collapsed during the 21st and 20th centuries BC because of a dramatic increase in drought conditions. These […]
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Fashion’s Carbon Footprint

  • Posted by vkorichkov
  • On August 17, 2016
The Fashion industry is an international business with the production of a single garment often involving at least three different countries. Transport, high energy and inefficient production processes mean that the energy and waste costs of textiles and clothing are high. It is possible for fashion businesses to take effective steps to reduce their environmental footprint, […]
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