global impacts

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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Aquaculture and Fish Farming Impacts On Environment

Aquaculture and Fish Farming Impacts On Environment

fish_blue_water_971914_hAquaculture is similar to many other sectors of sustainable agriculture. It uses natural resources and organic methods of farming, and interacts with the environment. However, there are many controversies arising from the environmentalists, because of the growing concerns of negative impacts on the globe. Many fish farmers are being accused of utilizing unfair means to increase productivity, using wild fish to feed the farm fish, and also using GMOs, to increase growth.

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Globalization Sustainable Economic Growth & the Third World

Globalization Sustainable Economic Growth & the Third World


Globalization is a widely used term in every industry and in every geographical location around the world today. It has brought countries together for thousands of years and has influenced all types of trades, commerce economy, and culture. Today you can get French champagnes, Japanese electronics, Swiss watches, Italian suits, German machines, and Chinese noodles in every corner of the Earth.

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10 Green Habits To Adopt For A Greener Environment

10 Green Habits To Adopt For A Greener Environment

Not only are green habits environmentally friendly but they are also economically beneficial. Being “green” means being thrifty and saving money. It also means to make the most out of the resources available, to reuse, rebuild, and recycle everything we can. In our simple everyday life, we can adopt some simple green habits that could easily save us some money and save the environment at the same time. It does not take much effort for one to shift to greener habits. We can all adopt some of these green habits and help save the planet. For example, instead of buying regular food, we could shift towards buying organic food. There are plenty of sustainable alternatives in the market for making a shift towards green products doable.

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Host A Yard Sale For Financial And Environmental Benefits

Host A Yard Sale For Financial And Environmental Benefits

Garage sales and yard sales can be fun for both buyers and sellers. If you haven’t hosted nor been to a garage sale, I would suggest that you go to one and gain first-hand experience on it. Garage and yard sales have many benefits, more than what meets the eye. Many of us remember garage or yard sales from our childhood days such as when local communities or Churches held yard sales in their parking lots. It is a great way to spend a Saturday or Sunday afternoon. Garage sales help us economically and also environmentally while benefiting both buyers and sellers.

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