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Palm Oil - The New Liquid Gold

Palm Oil - The New Liquid Gold

Crackers, candy, shampoo, ice cream, soap, chocolate, toothpaste, margarine, protein and granola bars, make-up, laundry detergent, and biofuel. What do these everyday household items and products all have in common? Answer: They all contain palm oil. In fact, it is the most widely used vegetable oil on the planet! The oil’s potential is undeniable. However, its large-scale production comes with ecological, agricultural, and economic costs.
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How To Measure Your Own Carbon Footprint

How To Measure Your Own Carbon Footprint

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The term “carbon footprint” is used to explain how human beings release greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere. We tend to overlook how much harm we cause to our environment due to the fact that not everyone is aware of the negative effects that their daily habits cause. These daily habits can include transportation, the food that we consume and energy usage in the house. 
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Debunking 4 Climate Change Myths

Debunking 4 Climate Change Myths

There exists many political controversies regarding climate change, false information being a notorious component of the discussion around climate change. It’s important to clear the debris surrounding it so that we can get a better understanding of why we should care about climate change so much. Let's jump in to some of many myths.
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Can this Magic Seaweed Fight Climate Change?

Can this Magic Seaweed Fight Climate Change?

What is Asparagopsis Taxiformis?

Asparagopsis Taxiformis is a red seaweed that grows in the tropics and warm-temperate areas of the Atlantic and Indo-Pacific.  It was introduced into the Mediterranean and first discovered in the early 1800s in Alexandria, Egypt.  Rarely found in the United States, this seaweed prefers warm water

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