How to reduce your carbon footprint

How to reduce your carbon footprint We all have a carbon footprint. The size of it varies from person to person (just like your normal shoe size), depending on the way you live. Important factors are your diet, your travel behavior, what kind of clothes you buy and basically all your other lifestyle choices. We… Continue reading How to reduce your carbon footprint

Science Blog: Marveling at Mangroves

Marveling at Mangroves In slightly half a century from 1970, carbon emissions have increased by 90 percent, global wildlife populations decreased by nearly 70 percent, and Earth Overshoot Day, which measures the date when annual humans’ ecological footprint has outpaced the planet’s capacity to provide these ecological resources, moved in that brief period from Winter… Continue reading Science Blog: Marveling at Mangroves

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