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Post-Pandemic Travel: What does it mean for the environment?

Post-Pandemic Travel: What does it mean for the environment? Guest post by: Jamie D'Souza, Happy Eco News' Content Manager I think it’s safe to say that...
How nature can help carbon-intensive companies meet their net-zero commitments

How nature can help carbon-intensive companies meet their net-zero commitments

Ramping up efforts to protect and restore tropical forests would slash one-fourth of all global greenhouse emissions. For hard-to-abate sectors like transport, energy...
Meet the fashion brand that’s turning grain waste into clothing

Meet the fashion brand that’s turning grain waste into clothing

RAFFAUF has been making ethically produced clothing for 30 years, staying ahead of the curve and conscious of the environmental issues affecting the...
5 companies that are using nature to redefine good design

5 companies that are using nature to redefine good design

Shutterstock Ian Fletcher Close Authorship Spintex Engineering has mimicked the precision of a spider’s spinnerets to produce artificial spider silk for use in...
Swedish university develops lightweight structural battery using carbon fibre

Swedish university develops lightweight structural battery using carbon fibre

Researchers from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have claimed a "big breakthrough" in the development of a battery that can function structurally...
Biodiversity: Everything You Need to Know

Biodiversity: Everything You Need to Know

This picture taken on February 11, 2021 shows a view of Dragon's blood (Dracaena cinnabari) trees at the top of Dixam mountain in...
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