Category Archives: Green Living Information

The 11 Best Fruits for Weight Loss

177 Share Facebook 400 Share Twitter 0 Share LinkedIn 0 Share Email The 11 Best Fruits for Weight Loss Fruit is nature’s ready-made snack packed with vitamins, fiber, and other nutrients that support a healthy diet. Fruit is also generally low in calories and high in fiber, which may help you lose weight. In fact, eating fruit is linked to a lower body weight and a lower risk of diabetes, high blood pressure, cancer, and heart disease. Here are 11 of the best fruits to eat for […]

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Sustainable Fashion

177 Share Facebook 400 Share Twitter 0 Share LinkedIn 0 Share Email Sustainable Fashion https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=sustainable+fashion+speech —-(Podcast Link #1) —– (Podcast Link #2) WHAT IS SUSTAINABLE FASHION? Home SUSTAINABLE FASHION WHAT IS SUSTAINABLE FASHION? Most actors today agree that our modern society has to develop in more sustainable ways. This includes how we produce and consume clothing, shoes, accessories and other textiles. Virtually all major clothing companies in Sweden today have a work in progress in the area of sustainability, particularly in the production phase, but also increasingly […]

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Thorium Power

177 Share Facebook 400 Share Twitter 0 Share LinkedIn 0 Share Email Home / Information Library / Current and Future Generation / Thorium Thorium(Updated February 2017) Thorium is more abundant in nature than uranium. It is fertile rather than fissile, and can only be used as a fuel in conjunction with a fissile material such as recycled plutonium. Thorium fuels can breed fissile uranium-233 to be used in various kinds of nuclear reactors. Molten salt reactors are well suited to thorium fuel, as normal fuel fabrication is […]

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Recent Endangered Species

177 Share Facebook 400 Share Twitter 0 Share LinkedIn 0 Share Email 2019 ENDANGERED SPECIES DIRECTORY COMMON NAME SCIENTIFIC NAME CONSERVATION STATUS ↓ Empathy of Animals– Video Amur Leopard Panthera pardus orientalis Critically Endangered Black Rhino Diceros bicornis Critically Endangered Bornean Orangutan Pongo pygmaeus Critically Endangered Cross River Gorilla Gorilla gorilla diehli Critically Endangered Eastern Lowland Gorilla Gorilla beringei graueri Critically Endangered Hawksbill Turtle Eretmochelys imbricata Critically Endangered Javan Rhino Rhinoceros sondaicus Critically Endangered Malayan Tiger Panthera tigris jacksoni Critically Endangered Orangutan Pongo abelii, Pongo pygmaeus Critically […]

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Mushrooms and Health

177 Share Facebook 400 Share Twitter 0 Share LinkedIn 0 Share Email https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/radiation-helps-fungi-grow/ Do Fungi Feast on Radiation? Apparently, but only if they contain melanin, the chemical that serves as skin pigment in humans • By David Biello on May 22, 2007 • • • • • • Like plants that grow toward the sun, dark fungi, blackened by the skin pigment melanin, gravitate toward radiation in contaminated soil. Scientists have observed the organisms—somewhere between plants and animals—blackening the land around the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in […]

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What do you grow in a greenhouse?

177 Share Facebook 400 Share Twitter 0 Share LinkedIn 0 Share Email Once you’ve got your greenhouse ready, it can be difficult to know exactly what to grow. All sorts of things will grow in a greenhouse, and most will grow at least a little better than they would outside it, but there isn’t much point in doing all that work just to end up with a crop of slightly bigger potatoes. The two things that most people grow in greenhouses are tomatoes and cucumbers, as they […]

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Think Green Around the Home

177 Share Facebook 400 Share Twitter 0 Share LinkedIn 0 Share Email There are many things we can all do at home to help out our environment, the following are some tips from HG-TV that we could all use: 1) Use that BBQ! You knew grilling was a healthy way to cook, but did you know it was good for the air? Outdoor grills take less energy than electric kitchen stoves. They also keep heat out of the house, lowering air conditioning costs. Stick with grills that […]

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The Fight Against Breast Cancer: Going Green

177 Share Facebook 400 Share Twitter 0 Share LinkedIn 0 Share Email In the past few years, a number of women have turned to green vegetables in an effort to attempt to lower their risk of breast cancer. With the disease affecting as many as one in eight American women, it is only natural that women look to natural remedies in an attempt to improve their odds in the fight against this all-too-prevalent kind of cancer. Increasingly, though, researchers are looking to another green food in an […]

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