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January 9, 2019
Orangutan, baby orangutan, primate, Tanjung Puting Reserve, Indonesia, Borneo
Over half of products in supermarkets contain palm oil, according to United Kingdom (UK) grocery store chain Iceland, and demand is contributing to deforestation. Iceland plans to do something about it by becoming the “first major UK supermarket” to eliminate palm oil from its own label products by the close of 2018. Palm oil is one of the largest causes of deforestation...
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This past year, frozen food made a comeback thanks to healthier and tastier options hitting your grocer’s freezer, and the debunking of the myth that fresh is always healthier than frozen. For the first time in five years, the frozen food market has grown, and consumers are starting to see frozen products as a healthy...
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17 December 2018: The Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) will launch a massive open online course (MOOC) on 14 January titled, ‘Water: Addressing the Global Water Crisis.’ Offered in collaboration with the UN’s SDG Academy, the MOOC includes content on water and sanitation services, the role of ecosystems, the impact of climate change, the role...
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Clean Jobs Cities
Jobs in clean tech in America are outpacing employment in the fossil fuel sector. According to Clean Jobs Cities, “The Top 50 metro areas for clean jobs now employ 1.8 million workers in clean energy technologies, accounting for more than one out of every two clean energy jobs in the country — which alone outnumbers the...
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