The Top 5 Happy Eco News Stories for November 21, 2022

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This week we have four guest posts. The first post is by Happy Eco News’ founder Grant Brown who talks about the people who are running towards the fight against climate change. The second post is by Melina Sempill Watts who gives us a book review on “Water Always Wins” by Erica Gies. The third post is by Crystal DiMiceli the host of the Forces for Nature podcast who gives us tips for making our holidays sustainable. The fourth post is by Nicole Ignacio, the founder of Future Generation who gives us a few tips for being sustainable for the future of planet earth.

We also have stories about the restoration and protection of California’s Mono Lake, Minnesota’s first renewable natural gas facility, New York’s environmental bond act, the EU’s move to mandate electric vehicles, and bladeless wind turbines.

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Guest Posts

Founder Post by: Grant Brown, founder of Happy Eco News

Run toward the fight. It is a sentiment of war and is often quoted by the marine corps and other military groups. I believe it is now time for humanity to run toward the fight against the pending environmental crisis. Read More

Book Review by: Melina Sempill Watts

Erica Gies’ book Water Always Wins shifts the dominant narratives about drought and flood by putting water itself center stage.  Rather than managing water, frequently a Sisyphean task, she suggests an approach she captures with the phrase “slow water.”  Read More 

Guest Post by: Crystal DiMiceli, host of the Forces for Nature podcast

Between Thanksgiving and New Year, Americans throw away 25% more trash than any other time of the year. The extra waste amounts to 25 million tons of garbage or about 1 million extra tons per week. Read More

Guest Post byNicole Ignacio, founder of Future Generation

Our planet is our home. Saving our earth and its environment becomes highly important as it provides us with food and water to sustain life. Read More

Happy Eco News Top 5 

After decades of protection and restoration, Mono Lake in California is now an inspiration to heal degraded ecosystems worldwide. Read More 

The first landfill renewable natural gas production facility has opened in Minnesota. Read More 

New Yorkers can vote for a measure that would fund up to $4.2bn for environmental improvement projects. Read More 

The European Parliament is creating rules that will increase the number of recharging and alternative refuelling stations for cars, trucks, trains, and planes. Read More 

Bladeless wind turbines are a new type of wind turbine that uses a phenomenon known as aerodynamic induction to generate electricity. Read More 

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