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Everyone deserves to know about matters of the earth and how they affect them. My Heart Beats Green is designed to educate and inspire you to find and do more for the earth every day. We hope it will stimulate healthy and informed dialogues, and encourage greener innovations.

Suzanne Myada is an environmentalist, writer, aspiring dog-owner & more who is striving to get better, greener, wiser and happier each day.

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COULD PLASTIC-EATING ENZYMES BE THE ANSWER?

Since the large-scale production of synthetic materials began in the early 1950s, humans just can’t get enough of plastic. We love them so much that we have produced up to 8.3 billion metric tons. Out of these, at least 6.3 billion tons have become waste. Only a meagre 9% was recycled, 12% incinerated and 79% […]

Waste Cans

WHAT DO YOU DO WITH YOUR OLD CANS?

There is a growing consumption and use of canned products. Canned drinks are increasingly available and many popular brands are following the trend. While this positively decreases the use of plastic, it also raises the need to properly tackle the question of managing the used cans. Fortunately, many individuals and groups have come up with […]

Vertical-forest projects mean highrise buildings swathed in green Image: Stefano Boeri Architetti

VERTICAL FORESTS: GREENS IN THE CITY

One of my favourite things today are Vertical Forests! Just imagine coming into a city and rather than being bombarded by only high-rise buildings and unbearable traffic, you actually see forests! Buildings covered with trees and plants that absorb carbon dioxide, filter dust from pollution, produce oxygen and reduce stress! Vertical Forests are also an […]

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