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Ugly Food Shouldn't Go to Waste!
Green Lifestyle  (tags: edible food, end food waste, CO2, Food Wastage Footprint )

Farah
- 256 days ago - thehungersite.greatergood.com
Tell retailers in the U.S. to stop tossing out perfectly edible food because it's not pretty" enough! Americans live in a time of unparalleled abundance. Every grocery store is filled with beautiful, flawless produce.
Dark Earth Could Herald a Bright Future for Agriculture and Climate
Green Lifestyle  (tags: eco-friendly, dark earth, green, greenliving, environment, greenhouse gases, CO2, carbon, food, garden, ecosystems, CO2emissions, greenproducts, organic, sustainable, Sustainabililty, technology )

Michael
- 524 days ago - davidsuzuki.org
Feeding more than seven billion people with minimal environmental and climate impacts is no small feat.
These Tiny Magical Crystal Balls Can Dissolve CO2 and They Just Might Save the World
Green Lifestyle  (tags: eco friendly, grren living, CO2 )

Cher
- 1041 days ago - greenerideal.com
For years scientists have been pondering over our CO2 dilemma in an effort to save our planet from crumbling in on itself, combusting out into space, or you knowâEUR¦ just becoming so inhospitable that us human-folk canâEUR(TM)t survive on it.
Meat Diets Pose Environmental Danger: Report
Green Lifestyle  (tags: climate, climate change, global warming, safe targets, CO2, meat, consumption, greenhouse gases, nitrate pollution, habitat destruction )

Mary
- 2629 days ago - canada.com
LONDON -- People will have to cut meat from their diets if the world is to stay within safer limits of planet-warming greenhouse gases, nitrate pollution and habitat destruction, according to a report published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Ac
'Jelly Balls' May Slow Global Warming - Australia
Green Lifestyle  (tags: australia, jellyfish, phytoplankton, global warming, co2, research, CSIRO, salps )

Chrissy
- 3317 days ago - brisbanetimes.com.au
VAST numbers of marine "jelly balls" now appearing off the Australian east coast could be part of the planet's mechanism for combating global warming. The jellyfish-like animals are known as salps and their main food is phytoplankton (marine algae) which
   

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