The Top 5 Happy Eco News Stories for March 20, 2023

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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 the differences between greenwashing and greenhushing. The second post is by Jerri Jerreat, a writer who writes about a festival that allows youth to creatively explore solutions about climate change.

We also have stories about LEGO’s sustainable efforts, how seagrass meadows can build shorelines, home composting options, new recycling technologies for old turbines, and the top solar-powered sports stadiums in the US.

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

When a company makes a green claim about its products or brand, can you spot a lie? If the claims are vague, is it greenwashing or is it greenhushing, and does the difference even matter? Read More

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Guest Post by: Jerri Jerreat, writer

In the fall of 2022 a new festival was held in Eastern Ontario. Youth Imagine the Future—a Festival of Writing & Art offered a chance for youth to explore solutions to the Climate Crisis. Read More

Happy Eco News Top 5 

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LEGO is reducing its environmental impact in how the bricks are made and the products are packaged. Read More

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Seagrass meadows create sediment that can be used to help build up the shorelines of areas that have been and will continue to be affected by rising sea levels, as well as restore the native marine biodiversity of the region. Read More

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Different composting options are available, including the one by Mill and the Taihi bin, to reduce food waste without the hassle or the smell. Read More

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Danish wind energy giant Vestas, in collaboration with Aarhus University, has unveiled a new process that can recycle wind turbine blades and make them into new ones. Read More

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Sports stadiums have a significant impact on the environment due to their size and energy requirements, which is why many stadiums are now adopting sustainability practices like reusable beer mugs in Germany. Read More

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