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This week, we have a guest post by Bingkai Karya who writes about myEco, a startup engaged in the field of smart home technology solutions for saving electricity
We also have stories about the benefits of old growth trees, China’s new solar record, a food waste reducing application for pet food, London’s rewilding projects, and Kellogg’s partnership with rice farmers.
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Guest Post by: Bingkai Karya, a media company based in Malang, Indonesia
How and Why We Started myECO
myECO is a startup engaged in the field of smart home technology solutions for saving electricity with product solutions for automatic electricity-saving devices based on IoT / internet of things. Read More
Happy Eco News Top 5
According to new research conducted in Oregon, USA, old-growth forests sequester 50% of the above-ground carbon and help prevent wildfires from starting. Read More
China broke records for new solar added in 2022, which is big news for the renewable energy sector – and the climate. Read More
Food waste-reducing application Flashfood has partnered with Ren’s Pets to allow customers to purchase discounted pet food nearing its best-before date. Read More
Rewilding is the practice of restoring ecosystems to the point where nature can take care of itself. Sustainability experts see urban rewilding as a way to reverse species extinction, combat climate change, and improve our health and well-being; London is leading the way. Read More
During its first year, Kellogg’s project reduced rice farmers’ emissions by 1,600 metric tons, helping the industry do its part for climate protection. Read More
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