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Asian Biotech Innovations Drive Food Safety Efforts

Asian countries are taking new steps to promote biotech innovations to support some of the fastest-growing populations in the world.
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What Are VOCs? How To Keep Your Home And Our Environment Safe

VOCs are often chemicals that have become part of the manufacturing processes in a variety of industries. But are they good for our health...
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Tiny Homes By IKEA Help Fight Climate Change

IKEA has launched a new line of eco-friendly tiny houses or trailers that are packed with the company's airy design and minimalistic functionality.
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50 Years Living Off-Grid Amid Northern California Redwoods

In 1968, Charles Bellow and his wife Vanna Rae moved onto 240 acres of redwood forest in Northern California looking to simplify their life...
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Why Eating Less Meat Is Eco-Friendly

Eating less meat as an individual has an enormous impact on the earth and your carbon footprint. But how can you actually accomplish this...
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A Forest in My Backyard? Sure, Why Not

Shubhendu Sharma, eco-entrepreneur and TED Fellow, believes that people can restore those native forests almost anywhere, including the back of their gardens.
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Outdoor Learning Sparks Curiosity And Connection To Education In Difficult Times

With evidence of airborne transmission of coronavirus accumulating, outdoor learning came into the spotlight as a safer way to schooling.
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Environmental Lessons From A Teenage Filmmaker

English filmmaker Abbie Barnes has achieved more at 18 years old to further environmental protections than many people achieve in a lifetime.
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Lab-Grown Meat Could Be Hitting Supermarket Shelves

Singapore has approved lab-grown chicken cells to appear in food products to prevent animal cruelty and reduce carbon footprint.
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The Sycamore Tiny House Is Packed With Ingenious Space-Saving Solutions

The Sycamore is a great example of a tiny home for people looking to downsize into something more space-efficient and definitely more sustainable.
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