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Sustainable Actions You Might Not Think to Make While Traveling

Traveling, especially traveling worldwide, is an amazing way to widen your perspective on life. However, traveling can make it hard to remain as environmentally...

Gaia: When the Earth Becomes Home

Gaia is a high-performing living module both in terms of energy and indoor health, with an almost zero environmental impact. Printed in a few weeks thanks to...

Too Good To Go App: A Food Delivery App That’s Ending Food Waste

The lingering pandemic has compelled millions of people to rely on technological means to survive. Notably, the usage of smartphones with a food delivery...

New Technology Converts Waste Plastics Into Jet Fuel in an Hour

Researchers have developed an innovative way to convert waste plastics into ingredients for jet fuel and other valuable products, making it easier and more...

Pumpkins Are Fun to Grow and Highly Beneficial to Eat

Pumpkins are very versatile. Our pumpkin plant trailing across the lawn in the backyard was a wonderful sight to see with its big bright...

New ‘Tube’ Map for Walkers Shows London’s Green Spaces

Maps that let us have a sneak into green spaces, parks, and other natural landmarks have come up as a nascent concept. Driven by...

Regenerative Agriculture: The Right Way Forward for Humanity

Like most industries, agriculture has reached a fork in the road. Farmers and supply chains are left with the option to continue marching forward...

Aquaponics: Growing Fish and Vegetables Together

Food technology is growing by leaps and bounds, globally. Newer methods and technologies are being invented and developed so that food production can be...

Less Is More: How to Start Decluttering

We all strive to be organized and efficient. But how can we be organized if our closets are overflowing, our floor is stacked with...

The Fascinating Odyssey of 2 Young Nomads in Australia

Australia is the world's driest inhabited continent. Almost 70 percent of the mainland is arid or semi-arid, receiving less than 19.7 inches (500 millimeters)...

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