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Bamboo Products: An Everyday Essential

The most abundantly grown and easily harvested plant is bamboo. Extremely affordable and free of ‘pesticide and fertilizer’ hassles. We often forget to consider this versatile plant when we are at our pro-environment behavior.  When we throw bamboo back into nature it decomposes and benefits it. What happens to the plastic products that we dispose […]
January 10, 2020

Bamboo: A Sustainable Choice in the Textile Industry

Bamboo-based fabrics have sparked controversy among environmentalists. There is disagreement as to whether they are ecological textiles or not. Let’s explore why the potential impact of bamboo textiles on the environment raises this debate.  A durable raw material    Bamboo is one of the fastest-growing plants and is considered invasive. It, therefore, has a tendency […]
November 27, 2019

Bamboo: The Miracle Plant

All around the world, there are hundreds of thousands of different plant species,  but there is one plant that stands above the rest in terms of usefulness and speed of growth, that plant is bamboo.   Bamboo is one of the most fascinating useful plants in the world. Although it may look like a tree it’s […]
July 6, 2019

Marine Environmental Protection: Stop Plastic Pollution

The oceans are so big that in the past they were believed to be inexhaustible, there would always be enough fish and it would be easy to dump waste and toxins because they simply disappear in a large amount of water. But that’s not true. What you pour into the sea does not just disappear. Toxins and plastic […]
July 4, 2019

Shopping Without Plastic – No Problem!

With a bit of preparation and planning, it’s really easy to shop unpacked and plastic-free. Even spontaneous purchases are then easily possible. As? A basic set of containers and bags, as well as the good old shopping list, make it possible. If you have a zero waste shop near you, it’s even easier to get most of the staple foods and […]
July 2, 2019

Save The Oceans: Our Oceans In Stress

Oceans Donate Lives Every second breath we do, we owe the sea. But we have unbalanced our last great common property ourselves.  Our hunger for fish, the greed for oil and gas on the seabed, pollution, and littering have left their mark. For decades, Greenpeace has been documenting the ongoing destruction of the largest habitat on […]
June 28, 2019

Five Perspectives On The Future Of The Seas

The oceans are the largest habitat in the world. But plastic waste, global warming, and acidification are changing the oceans. The research questions are therefore diverse and numerous. The garbage and the sea Everyone knows the images of the plastic islands in the Pacific, which are as big as a continent. Or from PET bottles, canisters […]
June 26, 2019

Oceans Are Threatened With Collapse: 4 Remarkable Attempts To Save The Oceans

Anyone thinking of plastic in the sea has beaches in Asia in mind. But the garbage problem also exists on our own doorstep. Researchers found up to 150 plastic fragments in the stomachs of turtles living in the Mediterranean. FOCUS Online introduces five organizations that face the fight against garbage. Encouraging news from the German mainland: Consumption of […]
June 25, 2019

Stop Plastic Pollution: Our Seas, Our Future

Exploitation and pollution of the oceans are a great danger and should be stopped, said Federal Environment Minister Hendricks at the United Nations Conference on New York. It took place on the occasion of the Day of the Sea, which the United Nations has been celebrating around the world since 2009 on June 8. With the Day of […]
June 24, 2019

Environmental Protection – What We Can Do?

Pollution, climate change, coral extinction, drinking water shortage. Issues such as sustainability, environmental and climate protection are more relevant than ever. But what should we change concretely? What can we do? Were we can do? The key word here is: thinking sustainably. Unlike the motto “after me the deluge,” we should strive not to wasteful deal with the resources […]
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