Sustainable News of the Month – August 2017

The Ocean Is Paying The Price For Our Athleisure Addiction – Peahen wrote very well about microfibers and their dangers to our oceans, the ocean life and even to us. A topic that is not yet widely covered but definitely should be talked more about!

Sustainable News of the Month - August 2017 - byLiiL

How 139 Countries Could Be Powered By 100 Percent Wind, Water and Solar Energy By 2050 – Scientists explaining how this would be possible.

New Technique Offers Clues To Measure The Deoxygenation Of The Ocean – This article explains what is deoxygenation, explains how it is another threat to our oceans and the human life, as well as explains how the deoxygenation can be measured.

Vertical Axis Wind Turbines Can Offer Cheaper Electricity For Urban And Suburban Areas – Article explaining how vertical axis wind turbines can compete with the fossil-fuel based power stations.

Sustainable News of the Month - August 2017 - byLiiL

Turning Dirty Tinfoil Into Biofuel Catalyst – A scientist has come up with a way to upcycle tinfoil into alumina. With his innovative way of producing alumina, its cost will be lowered and sustainable problems reduced.

Morrisons Says No To “Fake Farm” Labels – Explaining how some supermarkets label their products with fake farm labels.

When Bees Make The Choices – A fascinating read about Bee’s mating and living habits and how to keep their colonies healthy through organic beekeeping.

Sustainable News of the Month - August 2017 - byLiiL

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With love,

Lii

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