The Top 5 Happy Eco News Stories for October 17, 2022

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The Top 5 Happy Eco News Stories for October 17, 2022

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This week we have three guest posts. The first is by Happy Eco News’ founder Grant Brown who talks about how King Charles III can use his influence for good. The second post is by Trisha Bhujle, a blogger for The Sentimental Environmental(ist) who talks about how to use TerreCycle. The third post is by Ava and Lars, the founders of SWOP who talk about materials that will help fight against plastic pollution.

We also have stories about five animal species that have bounced back, a decrease in the chemical drop in the ozone, a protection ruling for bumblebees, how CO2 is making trees grow faster, and the rise of rooftop solar in Spain.

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

King Charles III has always had a passionate and deeply rooted love of the outdoors and a desire to protect the environment. Will he use his influence to persuade the UK and other countries to adopt stricter climate policy?  Read More

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Guest Blog by: Trisha Bhujle, blogger for The Sentimental Environmental(ist)

It’s no surprise that we live in a society defined by consumption. We constantly find ourselves splurging on groceries or goodies at check-out lines or filling our digital shopping carts with the knick-knacks that catch our eye. Read More

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Guest Post by: Ava and Lars, founders of SWOP – shop without plastic

In the current world, plastics are used in a wide range of applications and industries. They can be found in everything from cars to computers, and even clothing. Read More

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A few simple steps can go a long way towards protecting endangered species, some of which have worked for these almost extinct animals. Read More 

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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced that the global concentration of compounds that destroy the ozone layer has decreased by over 50 percent since 1980. Read More

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A Californian court has ruled that bumblebees can be classed as an invertebrate. Read More 

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Scientists have found that trees grow faster and larger as the levels of carbon dioxide rise. Read More 

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Rooftop solar power has expanded significantly in Spain. Read More

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