Earth Day sends its message – what is your answer?

This Monday (22nd of April) was Earth Day (for more information, see e.g. here https://www.earthday.org/). And the following graph shows again how urgently we need to stop emitting carbon: This was shared by Greta Thunberg on Facebook. Her fellows from FridaysForFuture in Germany are supposed to pay fees for not going to school during the …

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Your Proper Waste Management

Of course, it is best to produce as little waste as possible. This has lots of advantages, not only for the environment but also for your purse, health, conscience, etc. Listen to Lauren Singer explaining her Zero Waste Lifestyle and how everyone can reduce his/her waste and which benefits that has: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pF72px2R3Hg But as long …

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What is up in sustainability? Take action!

This week, the German section of #fridaysforfuture has published its demands for politics to work towards limiting global warming to 1,5°C (https://fridaysforfuture.de/forderungen/). They have worked on these together with scientists to make them useful and precise. And now it's your turn! If you are German, you can support these claims by sending a letter with …

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100 points for a sustainable day

I will let the intiative "100 points - A better day" itself explain what their concept is about (https://www.eingutertag.org/en/id-100-points.html): "Our choices of food or consumer goods, where we live and how we heat our homes, our electricity requirements and modes of transport all directly and indirectly produce CO2. The emission of greenhouse gases affecting our …

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