Iceland Loses Its First Glacier to Climate Change

Okjökull is the first Icelandic glacier lost to climate change and scientists are saying goodbye. The negative effects of glacier meltings will be felt if more disappear. Okjökull has been shrinking for a long time. It lost its glacier status in 2014. Since jökull means glacier or ice cap in Icelandic, it was stripped from …

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Dasani Water Will be Sold in an Aluminum Can

The Coca-Cola Company has announced that Dasani water will be getting a green overhaul. This includes recyclable packaging and most importantly, water in aluminum cans. This is part of the company’s focus on keeping its environmental promise of recycling the equivalent of every can or bottle it sells by 2030. In the next year, Dasani …

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Greenhouse Gases Reached a New Level in 2018

According to this year’s State of the Climate report, greenhouse gases have reached a new all-time high. Since 1990, the greenhouse gases warming effect have grown by 43%. In particular, carbon dioxide, the most abundant greenhouse gas, was found to be on the rise. In 2018, carbon levels rose by 407.4 parts per million (ppm). …

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How to Use WordPress Dropshipping to Make Money Online

Starting a WordPress dropshipping business is a great way to make money online. However, it can be a daunting task when starting out. But don’t worry, this guide will show you the basics of getting started. In reality, a website built for dropshipping isn’t very complicated to design if you know what you need. In …

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Better Building Designs Can Help Fight Climate Change

If we want to be successful in the fight against climate change, designing better building techniques is a necessity. In the United States, buildings overall account for 39% of CO2 emissions. The large amounts of carbon emissions are due to the electricity they consume. Buildings account for 70% of the electricity used in the United …

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New Climate Report States Food Will Become Scarce and Expensive

The United Nation’s International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a new report outlining an upcoming food shortage. The report states that due to worsening climate conditions, food will become scarce. And as a result, it will also become more expensive. The climate conditions will make it harder to grow certain crops, and in some …

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McDonald’s Switch to Paper Straws, but They Aren’t Recyclable

The fast-food juggernaut McDonald’s switched to paper straws in the United Kingdom and Ireland. However, the paper straws they are producing are too thick to be recycled. The switch from plastic to paper is a by-product of the plastic ban by the UK government. It includes a ban on plastic straws, drink stirrers, and plastic …

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It’s Official, July 2019 Was The Hottest Recorded Month

While many were feeling the extreme heat, it’s now official, July 2019 was the hottest recorded month in history. This has replaced July 2016 as the previous record holder. July is typically the hottest month of the year. But unlike the previous record holder, this year did not have a significant El Niño. Instead, the …

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25 Small Business Blogging Ideas to Make Money

Are you looking for new small business blogging ideas to help make your blog more profitable? Content helps drive visits, which then influences generating revenue. The goal is to make money, but that is much easier said than done. In reality, you can go months or even a year without seeing any revenue from all …

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11 Billion Tons of Greenland Ice Was Melted in One Day

Greenland has been experiencing one of its warmest summers yet, and that is not good news for its ice sheets. However, Thursday was the largest melting event in a single day resulting in 11 billion tons of melted ice. The ice sheets are melting so fast that the global sea levels are rising. In fact, …

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