The Top 5 Happy Eco News Stories for March 6, 2023

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The Top 5 Happy Eco News Stories for March 6, 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 top five trustworthy carbon offset providers. The second post is by Isabella MacKenzie, the Lead Colour and Textile Designer at Amphico who writes about the company’s waterproof and sustainable textiles.

We also have stories about perovskite being used in solar panels and environmental waste, solar panels being added to Swiss Dam, how elephants are slowing climate change, Australia’s record low energy demand, and Spain cigarette butt law.

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

Carbon offsetting is an important tool in the fight against climate change, but it’s important to choose a trustworthy provider to ensure that your investment is effective and legitimate. By considering factors such as third-party verification, transparency, additionality, credibility, and project types, you can find a provider that meets your needs and values.  Read More 

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Guest Post by: Isabella MacKenzie, Lead Colour and Textile Designer at Amphico

Jun Kamei is a Japanese entrepreneur, material scientist and founder of Amphibio (trading as Amphico). Whilst studying material science, Jun witnessed first-hand the 2011 tsunami and earthquake that devastated Noth Japan. The sheer destruction that Nature can bring as a result of human civilisation became a turning point. Read More

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Perovskite is now used in solar panels to power machines that break down plastic waste and other products into their base compounds. This may soon be a clean way to produce the chemicals and products we require for our economy in the future. Read More

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The Lake Muttsee Dam is the highest-altitude dam in Europe and proving itself not only as a water reservoir and hydroelectric generator but it is now also now producing solar energy. Read More

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Elephants are doing their part to slow climate by planting high carbon-density trees and helping forests restore their role as carbon sinks. Read More

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According to an Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) report, the country broke records for renewable energy activity and low energy demand. This created record-low greenhouse gas emissions during the last three months of 2022. Read More

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The cigarette butt law is part of a package of measures designed to reduce waste and increase recycling. The package of measures is intended to reduce waste and increase recycling. Read More 

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