The Top 5 Happy Eco News Stories for October 31, 2022

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The Top 5 Happy Eco News Stories for October 31, 2022

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This week we have four guest posts. The first post is by Happy Eco News’ founder Grant Brown who talks about the researchers who are working towards getting rid of forever chemicals. The second post is by Sharon Michelle, MSc Psychology who talks about the importance of trees and their growth. The third post is by Jamie D’Souza, Happy Eco News’ content manager who talks about her experience as a candidate for the Green Party of Quebec. The fourth post is by Carl Yee, the founder of Blue Planet Ink who talks about the paper-reuse technology he invented.

We also have stories about Greece’s electrical grid running on renewable power, Brazil’s forest restoration and carbon capture project, San Diego’s plan to store solar power, Walmart’s partnership with Loop, and a world-record offshore wind prototype.

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

PFAS, commonly known as the “Forever Chemicals,” have been in use since the 1940s and are known to cause a variety of serious illnesses in humans, plants and animals. Read More

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Guest Post by: Sharon Michelle, MSc Psychology

I love trees and I love books. So it won’t be a surprise to hear that my stand-out favourite book of all time is “The Hidden Life of Trees” by Peter Wohlleben. Read More

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

In 2018, I was a master’s student studying the implications of climate change and polar bear viewing tourism in Churchill, Manitoba. Read More

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

In Part 1 of this series, I shared some exciting technologies that make paper reusable. Part 2 is going to be a little more personal, covering the paper-reuse technology I invented and why this is good news for the planet. Read More

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The Greek electrical system ran completely on clean renewable energy for the first time. Read More 

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São Nicolau Farm in Brazil is a living laboratory that shows the dynamics of forest restoration and carbon capture in the Amazon. Read More 

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The San Diego County Water Authority has developed a plan to store solar power, so it is available after sunset. Read More 

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Walmart’s InHome delivery service offers an assortment of goods in reusable packaging. Read More 

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The Siemens Games wind turbine has produced 359 megawatt-hours within 24 hours, breaking the world record. Read More 

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