Sustainability & Ecological Footprint – How We Impact the Globe

Sustainability & Ecological Footprint – How We Impact the Globe

Most of us know or have an idea of what sustainability means theoretically, but do we always practice sustainability in our daily lifestyle? It just takes a few adjustments in our day to make a shift towards sustainability and reduce our ecological footprints on the globe. We will discuss here what we mean by ecological footprint, and acting responsibly in our daily lives to progress towards a sustainable future. We cannot blame the government or corporations, when corporations and government organizations are here to serve individuals. There is a whole lot we can do to influence how we are governed or how corporations operate. Our future is designed, equipped and governed by the ideas of every one of us, and empowered by the choices that we make in our everyday lives and through our lifestyles.

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The Truth about Sea Level Rise – How Much is it Rising?

The Truth about Sea Level Rise – How Much is it Rising?

One of the consequences of rapid global warming is the rise in sea levels around the globe. As the climate of the world gets warmer, the polar icecaps have begun to melt, increasing the volume of water in the oceans. The warm sea water has also been expanding due to the increased heat, making the sea level rise even faster. Over the past century, sea levels have been rising at an accelerated rate. There has been an extremely unusual rise in the sea levels, of about a 20cm (7.8 inches) in the past century, which, according to theguardian.com, “is unmatched by any period in the past 6,000 years.” Records also show that the sea level has been steadily rising at a rate of 0.04 to 0.12 inches per year since 1900. (NOAA,)

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Understanding Sustainable Economics and the Future

Understanding Sustainable Economics and the Future

Economics and ecology are two disciplines that basically talk about the same problems from two different angles, in a slightly different way. In this website, we have tried to talk about all different topics that influence economy and ecology. We have also been talking about how these two fields are inter-connected and related. We will be writing more on the relationship of these two disciplines to show you how they relate to each other and what are the thing that they have in common. In general, it will help us to understand what the goals of these two disciplines are and how sustainability ties into it.

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Hemp Business – Environmentally Sustainable & Profitable

Hemp Business – Environmentally Sustainable & Profitable

Growing hemp in the United States has been banned for over 75 years, since the 1950s. With the progress of new cannabis laws, American farmers are now promised a new cash crop. Cannabis is an industry with an annual value of several hundred million dollars, and has potentials and possibilities to solve many economical and environmental problems. There are many industrial uses of hemp, and according to The 420 Times, “it will displace imports of raw material and manufactured products produced by underpaid coolie and peasant labor and it will provide thousands of jobs for American workers throughout the land.”

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Foods Made from Hemp – Benefits & Nutritional Value

Foods Made from Hemp – Benefits & Nutritional Value

The idea of making food from hemp is not a new one. Hemp was cultivated for food in China over 6, 0000 years ago. Hempseeds, which are packed with Omega-3 fatty acids, proteins, and vitamin E, have been found to be one of the super nutritious foods on the planet, by researchers. (Hemp Food). Hempseed contains a balance of all eight essential amino acids, are digestible and pure. Hemp food is so good that it is considered a gold standard plant-based food, which has albumin and smaller-chain edestin (globulinleguminprotein) protein. It also has vitamins, and high amounts of minerals such as magnesium, and iron. We’ll discuss hemp as a food in this article.

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