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December 8, 2019
MEPs and the Finnish presidency of the EU Council have agreed on a taxonomy to determine what economic activities can be considered ‘green’, paving the way for billions of euros to be invested to fight climate change. “A major success ahead of COP25 and for our Sustainable Finance Strategy,” European Commission vice-president for finance, Valdis...
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Lawmakers in Hawaii’s largest city just passed what could be one of the strictest bans on single-use plastics in the country. The Honolulu City Council this week voted 7-2 to pass Bill 40, which bans businesses and restaurants in Honolulu County from serving food and beverages with plastic straws and utensils and containers made of...
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Gift-giving is filled with minefields, but the Environmental Working Group’s (EWG) got your back, so you don’t need to worry about inadvertently giving family members presents laden with toxic chemicals. With that in mind, here are our suggestions for gifts to give your family this season. For Babies Safer Toys Grandma may be surprised to...
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