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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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Reforestation: How does it work?

Reforestation: How does it work?

Reforestation is the planting of trees in a designated area in an effort to substitute carbon dioxide for oxygen in our atmosphere. Reforestation was created in an effort to combat wildlife and natural disasters, but today is mainly used to fight climate change and deforestation. Sites where forests have been lost or destroyed are where most reforestation projects are located. The overall objective of the project can vary from economic interests, ecosystem services or to promote biodiversity.
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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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Could Mealworms be a Solution to our Plastic Problem?

Could Mealworms be a Solution to our Plastic Problem?

We all know what plastic is, but how is it made? Plastics are made from natural gases, oils, coals, minerals, and plants. Then it is refined into a certain atom such as carbon or hydrogen- depending on the type of plastic- then is made into a polymer. 

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Miami Mangroves, Matheson Hammocks Park

10 Sustainable Brands you should support in Florida

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Transforming The World by 2030

Transforming The World by 2030

What are the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations?

These development goals are a blueprint set in place to help the world step towards a more sustainable future.  The goals are interconnected and configured to tackle global challenges related to poverty, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, justice, and peace.  There are 17 goals with a shared global mission for expected achievement by 2030.

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