Even though the emissions of toxic gases and air pollution remain high, the recent initiatives worldwide give some hope that the air pollution problem will disappear with time. Which countries are the global leaders in fighting it?

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We deal with greenwashing almost every day. Companies – both large and small- are trying to convince us that the good of the planet is especially important to them and that they are doing their best to act to protect the environment. Certainly many of us have fallen victim to greenwashing more than once. It is hardly surprising – the actions of companies in this field can be really cunning. What is actually greenwashing and how to recognize this phenomenon? Lets check it out!

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Minimalism is ECO

March 25th, 2020

In recent years, not many notions have gained as much publicity, as ecology and minimalism. Books, articles and special guides were written about both the first and the second term, blogs and vlogs were also created about them, and films and series were made. Most of the time, however, minimalism and ecology function separately in the collective consciousness of people – as two totally separate issues. Although not everyone is aware of it, they are inseparably connected with each other. How? You will read about it in a moment.

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Producing a smaller amount of garbage may seem like a neck – breaking task, difficult and a task that takes a lot of time. Indeed, at the beginning changing habits requires a bit more effort, but we can apply the principles of small steps, starting with seemingly insignificant activities. In addition, proper attitude and non-punishment for committed “sins” is necessary. All you have to do is take it easy, with consistency and distance. Is this connection possible? Yes! See for yourself! Read the rest of this entry »

The world is going in such a direction that if we do not change our everyday habits in a moment, we will be stuck in rubbish. Ubiquitous plastic, piles of rubbish, plastic islands floating on the oceans and air pollution – we have an influence on everything. Even the smallest change counts – in the end you have to start with something. This time, we’ll tell you what you can do in everyday life to be more eco-friendly.

In the previous post about being eco, we focused on shopping habits. Be sure to read this article and check how to reduce plastic consumption using a few simple shopping tricks. And now the continuation – how to produce less rubbish every day. Read the rest of this entry »

Plastic and other artificial materials, flood our planet. Plastic packaging, bags, containers or disposable products have dominated the market. However, you can prevent this and reduce the consumption of this material. It’s enough to change your simple everyday habits. For a start, let’s take a closer look … shopping. Check what you can do to be more eco-friendly while shopping. Read the rest of this entry »

When can you say that the clothing is ecological? Is it when it is made of appropriate materials? When it was sewn by a local company? When it was sewn by hand? Not completely. Ecological clothing is when we serve as long as possible and makes us not have to reach for another, new thing. Read the rest of this entry »

Zero waste is a movement, where the main assumption is to reduce waste production by changing everyday habits. Contrary to appearances, what we put into the basket in the store entails a number of consequences, and has a very large impact on reducing, or increasing pollution in the world. Each bag, plastic spoon or disposable cup is important. Check what is zero waste, whether you can not to generate waste at all, and how to start implementing changes in your daily life. Read the rest of this entry »

Biobag is a device looking like huge ziplock bag strewn with tubes of blood and fluid. Biobag is an artificial womb. It was invented for preemies. They could stay in Biobag to normal labour time.

Before we can talk about human, it was tested on eight fetal lambs.

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April 26th, 2017

Biodiversity can lead modern agriculture to the success.

Without agricural cultivation people will lose very important source of food. That is the source we can’t replace by anything else. We have to do everything we can, to enrich cultivation and keep the environment.

In modern ecological agriculture, we want to come back to times,
when man and his environment lived together in perfect harmony. When agriculture coexisted with natural ecosystem, included microorganisms, plants and animals.


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