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This week, we have two guest posts. The first post is by Happy Eco News’ founder Grant Brown who writes about his experience with the forests in Vancouver. The second post is by Happy Eco News’ content manager Jamie D’Souza who writes about the challenges she faces being an environmentalist.
We also have stories about a wave energy converter, Gucci’s move to a circular economy, the cost of EVs in Europe, a historical agreement to protect water, and the finalists for the Young Climate Prize.
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Founder Post by: Grant Brown, founder of Happy Eco News
I slowly awake to the sound of light rain on the roof of the van. Not unexpected rain, though; we are prepared. It is the rainforest in BC in late March, after all. It rains. Read More
Guest Post by: Jamie D’Souza, content manager at Happy Eco News
Being an environmentalist is hard.
One minute we can feel optimistic and proud about our efforts, and the next, we can feel anxious and discouraged that we are not doing enough. Read More
Happy Eco News Top 5
Wave Swell Energy’s UniWave 200 generator is proving the potential of this technology by successfully generating electricity from wave power in a 12-month trial. Read More
High-end luxury company Gucci is implementing a Circular Hub to help reduce its environmental impact from design to manufacturing. Read More
For the first time ever in Europe, EVs are now not only competitive in the road transportation market but actually cheaper. Read More
The High Seas Treaty will provide a legal framework for establishing vast marine protected areas to protect against the loss of wildlife and share out the genetic resources of the high seas. Read More
This initiative, created by the New York City organization called the World Around, exists to incentivize young people in architecture and design to create innovative solutions to mitigate climate change. Read More
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