GMOs – FRIEND OR FOE? (PART 1)

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You may have heard about it; eaten it or grown it. The debate on GMOs and its effects rages on. Although it has been used in countries like the USA and Canada for about 20 years, other countries like Australia, Japan and all of the European Union have banned the cultivation of GMOs. India has […]

Green IT – Why you should Care?

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First of all you may ask, what is green IT? Well, Green IT or Green Information Technology is simply the practice of using IT resources in a more sustainable and environmentally responsible way. IT equipment use up a lot of natural resources such as Copper, Lead, Rubber, Plastic, Silicon, Glass, etc. (raw materials for manufacturing). […]

THE 2015 PARIS AGREEMENT EXPLAINED

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As I write this article, the whole world is in Marrakesh, Morocco for the United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference called Conference of the Parties (COP) 22 holding from 7th – 18th November, 2016. It is here that the 1st Conference of the Parties serving as the Meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement […]

3 WAYS TO CUT PLASTIC CONSUMPTION

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Plastic has practically revolutionized the way we live, no doubt. It is also super convenient and affordable too. Unfortunately, plastic is non-biodegradable; this simply means plastic does not decompose or decay. On the other hand, biodegradable substances decay and decompose through the action of bacteria and fungi to natural and environmentally safe conditions. So, waste […]