Brett Stadelmann

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From the Editor, May 2020

Covid-19 and Tourism: The past three months have seen a lot changes, some terrible, others more optimistic. One thing is certain: things should not go back to the way they were.

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On John Houghton

John Houghton was born to strict Baptist parents in Dyserth North Wales and grew up in Rhyl, where his love for the sea and mountains began.

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From the Editor, February 2020

It has been a great pleasure this year for me to able to present more stories than ever before. Once again, thank you for joining us.

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Zero Waste Homes: An Infographic

The “Zero Waste Homes” concept: what it means, the hierarchy of zero waste, why we should aim for zero waste, and ways that we can strive for a zero waste home.

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How to be a Better Bali Tourist

Bali is a lush island in paradise, boasting a diverse and undeniably stunning ecological landscape; but this landscape is under threat by the very industry that encourages visitors from all across the world.

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Sustainability In The Food Industry – Four Agricultural Innovations The Game

Sustainability In The Food Industry: By 2050, the global population will reach 9.7 billion. As the population grows, so too, will the demand for food. The sustainability of food production is at stake with climate change being a weighing challenge for global agriculture. words Ernest Biogore As the effects of climate change are becoming more and more remarkable, some areas of the globe are already facing rainfall decrease and drought. And most of them are not prepared for the challenge. From September 18-19, at the Forbes 2019 AgTech Summit, leaders of the agricultural sector reflected on agricultural innovations (being) triggered …

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Anna Kernahan

She would rather spend her Fridays in school. Instead, Anna Kernahan can be found protesting for climate, often alone, in the heart of Belfast.

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Turn Your Balcony into an Edible Garden

The possibilities for innovative growing are endless. With perseverance, you could soon be reaping the benefits of a healthy, edible balcony garden.

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The Effects of Disposable Diapers on the Environment and Human Health

Environmental Effects of Disposable Diapers: Disposable baby diapers represent an incredible amount of environmental waste. Their potential harm to infants is no less devastating. words Andrew Karpisz The Harmful Effects of Disposable Diapers Convenience VS Waste Disposable baby diapers produce an incredible amount of environmental waste. While disposable diapers may seem more convenient than cloth diapers, their environmental impact is terrifying. Not only do they form a sizeable portion of non-recyclable landfill waste, but they also contain many harmful chemicals that are subsequently dispersed into the environment. To safeguard the future, we need to consider alternatives. The Big Problem With …

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Gluten-free Vegan Eggplant Parmesan

This vegan eggplant parmesan is delicious in its own right, and it shouldn’t keep you up all night in gastroenterological or climatological pain.

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Reducing Snack Packaging

The best way we can address the issue of plastic waste is to add our voices to the clamor pushing for systemic change. But what can we also do at home?

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From the Editor, November 2019

As is becoming our recurring theme, there has been a heavy focus on climate in our articles over the last 3 months. Nor is that surprising.

Ollie Langridge

Ollie Langridge

His 100-day climate vigil may not have effected the original goal, but Ollie Langridge is grateful for small victories. He discusses his experience, and where to go from here.

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