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Scientists Use Underwater Sounds to Rejuvenate Coral Reef Populations

Ocean temperatures and levels of acidity continue to rise at an alarming rate. The effects this has on sea creatures and wildlife can be seen in our dying coral reefs. However, researchers discover an alternative to increasing coral reef well-being. A recent study published in Nature finds the use of underwater speakers as a catalyst …

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A Rare Photo of Orangutan Using A Spear Tells Us He Is NOT Monkeying Around

Palm oil plantations are increasingly threatening the livelihood of orangutans in areas like Borneo and Sumatra. Trees continue to get cut down for product and profit. However, these primates are learning fast and seek to adapt to their changing environment. In a series of photographs, a determined orangutan is captured using a spear to hunt …

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Heartwarming Story Of A Nurse Cat Who Looks After Sick & Injured Animals In A Shelter

Rademenes is a little black cat that has miraculously escaped death after a very close call caused by an upper-respiratory infection. He was originally brought to an animal shelter in Bydgoszcz, a city in Poland, to be euthanized, but against all odds, this little black kitty survived. Now with a second chance at life, Rademenes …

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Steeped Coffee Replaces Single-Use Pods As A Quality & Sustainable Alternative

The daily coffee habit drives millions to visit the local cafe before work or to brew from a single-use pod. Whether you’re carrying a re-usable mug or not, the source behind where you get your coffee plays a major role in waste productivity. According to the NY Times, Keurig alone sold over nine billion single–serve capsules …

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Wildflower-Filled Coats Help Conserve Butterfly Populations While Remaining Fashionable and Cruelty-Free

Imagine yourself holding a basket, running through a field of wildflowers, and skipping with butterflies. These fashionable parkas are the direct result of a successful frolic. In a recent addition to their inventory, sustainable and cruelty-free brand, PANGAIA released a new line of coats called FLWRDWN. Rather than being stuffed with bird feathers, these parkas …

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New Research On Ancient Australian Crystal Could Tell Us More About Earth’s First Magnetic Field

The magnetic field is one of Earth’s greatest forces and biggest protector. It shields us from speeding extraterrestrial objects and eases radiation from solar flares. Without the magnetic field, life as we know it would cease to exist. New research found on ancient Australian crystal, zircon, can tell us more about Earth’s magnetic field. Could …

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Is Your Smudging Practice Hurting the Planet? Here Are Some Ways to Cultivate Sustainable Alternatives to Cleanse and Renew

We’re increasingly stepping into an era of conscious consumerism and personal well-being. With tools like social media serving as an amplifier to specific practices around the globe, we must ask ourselves how our role in any situation leaves a mark. In this example, we’re talking about cultivating sustainable smudging practices and alternatives. The sacred practice …

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Oil Companies Are Spending Billions to Make Plastic Relevant Again

Strides are being made in the climate department and they’re happening fast. As young activists lead the movement, businesses are prepared to meet consumer demand. However, new plastic is in production. Oil companies are not blind to the cut on plastic use. In response, they are setting out to create a new type in an …

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If We Shift These Four Farming Practices, It’s Possible to Feed 7.8 Billion People—Roughly the World’s Population

Solving world hunger is a big idea that requires thinking small to truly make an impact. Our current approach toward agriculture and food production feeds approximately 3.8 billion people. This leaves more than half of the global population out. A recent study, published by Nature Sustainability, suggests if we shift four farming practices, it’s possible …

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