The Top 5 Happy Eco News Stories for October 3, 2022

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The Top 5 Happy Eco News Stories for October 3, 2022

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This week we have four guest posts. The first is by Happy Eco News’ founder Grant Brown who talks about Yvon Chouinard’s decision to donate to his outdoor apparel company. The second post is by Carl Yee, the founder of Blue Planet Ink who talks about some of the companies that have created a way to repurpose printed paper. The third post is an interview with Chris Fobes, the co-founder of The Cheeky Panda, the top bamboo tissue company in the world. The fourth post is by Happy Eco News’ content manager, Jamie D’Souza who talks about the importance of climate change to mobilize environmental change.

We also have stories about the town with the cleanest air, California’s ban on gas-powered cars, the cities tackling air pollution, Spain as one of the most sustainable cities, and offshore wind power.

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Grant Brown, Founder, Happy Eco News

From rock climber to craftsman to billionaire entrepreneur, Yvon Chouinard’s life has been remarkable. He continues that trend into retirement by donating his three billion-dollar company to the protection of the planet. Read More.

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Guest Post by: Carl Yee, founder of Blue Planet Ink

The paper used for printing and copying is usually considered to be single-use. Perhaps the back side can be used if it is blank, or some of the paper fiber can be recovered through recycling, but it can’t be used for printing again. Read More

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10 Questions with Chris Forbes, Cofounder of The Cheeky Panda Sustainable Bamboo Tissue Products

  1. Thank you so much for sharing your story with our readers. Can you tell our audience a bit about yourself?

I’m 46 years old, I grew up in the highlands of Scotland and have always had a love for nature, even when it rains, which in Scotland is a lot.  I’m married to my partner and co-founder Julie and we have a 4-year-old boy Leo. Read More

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Guest Post byJamie D’Souza, Content Manager for Happy Eco News

The first time I ever went to a march or demonstration of any kind was in September 2019. This particular event was the climate strike held in Montreal, Canada. The strike was part of the Global Week for Future where over 800 cities across the globe would hold international strikes and protests to demand action be taken to address climate change. Read More

Happy Eco News Top 5 

Capture 22 The Top 5 Happy Eco News Stories for October 3, 2022The town of Ny-Ålesund in Svalbard is far from major pollution and therefore has some of the cleanest air in the world. Read More

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California recently adopted rules that would ban the sale of new gasoline-powered cars and light trucks by 2035. Read More 

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As part of an ambitious plan to reduce its air pollution by 10 per cent by 2024, Bogota, Columbia, is dedicated to electrifying its public bus network and metro system. Read More

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Spain is one of the most renewable and sustainable countries in the world. Read More 

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The UK generates almost 30 percent of the world’s offshore wind-generated renewable energy. Read More

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