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This week, we have a guest post by Ondine Martin, a campaigns intern at Market Forces who writes about how we can use our money towards a safer climate.
We also have stories about a protection strategy for an English coastline, farmers investing in solar energy, mussels as ecosystem engineers, an urban farm on top of a car park, and the future of green shipping.
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Guest Post by: Ondine Martin, Campaigner intern at Market Forces
Money talks, as the saying goes. But how is your money speaking out for the environment in the hands of others? Read More
Happy Eco News Top 5
The Highly Protected Marine Areas strategy of protecting vulnerable marine life is part of a broader push by the UK government to reach the goal of 30% of England’s waters being protected by 2030. Read More
The researchers argue that the 1 million acres of Wisconsin farmland used to grow corn for ethanol could generate a hundredfold more energy if solar farms were constructed instead. Read More
Mussels are another animal gaining a reputation for being ecosystem engineers. This means that they directly or indirectly drive habitat construction and control the availability of resources to other organisms. Read More
Slow Food Birmingham has submitted a proposal to start urban farming on top of a car park to provide its community with healthy, local foods. Read More
Green hydrogen will soon be used to transform maritime shipping and reduce harmful emissions. Read More
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