Category ECONOMY

Extraordinary acts to collaborate with the environment
ECONOMY

Extraordinary acts to collaborate with the environment

Reducing the gases produced by energy production, construction and transportation has long been a goal of governments, activists and companies seeking to reduce emissions. This is the challenge we are currently facing, that of curbing global warming by reducing the main gases that increase it.

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ECONOMY

How to Drastically Reduce Your Household Trash

My family generates a pint-sized garbage can per year, and you can too! Here are 100 tips to dramatically reduce your home waste. For Zero Waste alternatives, shop at home or at the local thrift store.Before you start: Arm yourself with a reusable water bottle, a couple of grocery bags, some cloth bags, reusable jars, and bottles.
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ECONOMY

Garden Therapy: Cultivating Healing Through Sowing!

As expected, contact with nature has positive and healthy effects on our mind and body, and following this line of thought, we have garden therapy, which is increasingly used to treat illnesses or emotional imbalances, such as stress or depression, logically with the support and support of a therapist or doctor.
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Toiletries and cosmetics. How to protect your health and the environment

There are hundreds of companies and suppliers, large and small, that manufacture and sell toiletries and cosmetics that they claim are "green", better for the user and better for the environment. Most take great advantage of the use of natural ingredients, although this is not defined, and avoid what they consider to be harmful chemicals, in particular parabens (used as preservatives), SLS and SLES (detergents) and DEA, TEA and MEA.
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ECONOMY

UN: We must modify our diet, to save the planet

“For the first time, the world's leading scientists have confirmed what we have always known: respecting the land rights of indigenous peoples and local communities is an immediate and practical solution to climate change.” To avoid a climate crisis in Full-fledged and global food shortages, ending the use of fossil fuels will not be enough: we must also restore and preserve lands and drastically change the way we eat, says a new UN report.
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Shampoo in soap containers, how have we not thought about it before?

Do you know how many containers of shampoo a person spends in his life? The answer to this question is not at all commensurate with the planet's capacity to accumulate waste: around 800 plastic containers are used ... just for shampoo! Considering there are more than 7 million people in the world, do the calculations… Thinking about it, Chinese designer Mi Zhou has developed shampoo containers made of soap that last up to 2 months.
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ECONOMY

Ginger for gray hair?

Gray hair is white or gray hair that appears on our head. A few may appear from the beginning and as time passes the hair acquires that new tone. This occurs because the hair begins to lose melanin, which is acquired from birth and it is this that determines the natural hair color that a person will have.
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ECONOMY

The Zero-Waste family that maintains a normal lifestyle (VIDEO)

Bea Johnson wears makeup. She lives in one of the richest counties in the country. And while raising two children, she's determined to live a zero-waste lifestyle. Four years ago, the Johnson family downsized their home and decided to simplify their life by reducing the amount of things they owned. According to this video from NBC News, Bea is now wearing a pair of shorts and two skirts.
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ECONOMY

8 good things that happen when you get older

Forget about wrinkles and gray hair. There are many reasons to celebrate every time you add a candle to your birthday cake, not everything is bad when you get older, there are many good things too. You gain wisdom and many other benefits as you age. Here's a look at some of the good things that come with aging.
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ECONOMY

First steps towards a green lifestyle

One of the main concerns facing our world today is global warming, climate change, air and water pollution, and waste disposal. All the things that affect our daily life. We are all aware of the problems we face and that we have a responsibility to contribute to the fight, achieving an ecological lifestyle. This can be difficult when having a baby.
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ECONOMY

How to have an ecological wedding

Your wedding is one of the most special days of your life, but it can also be one of the most wasteful: paper items thrown away, excess food thrown away, and leftover flowers thrown in the trash. We're not saying skip the party or those gorgeous details, but consider these eco-friendly wedding ideas, which feature small changes that can make a big impact.
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ECONOMY

Would you stop buying new clothes to avoid polluting the planet?

Many people with a conscience about caring for the planet are reflecting on the consumption of clothing and its impact on the environment. How long do you think it takes for clothes to degrade? It is estimated that from one to six weeks it can take a t-shirt to degrade. A denim jacket, 10 to 12 months. While lycra garments, from 20 to 200 years.
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ECONOMY

These natural pain relievers will ease your headache

Not all headaches are the same, their origins may be different. The main thing is to know its cause, in order to carry out an effective natural treatment. Feverfew Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) is par excellence the preventive plant of migraine due to its antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory action.
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ECONOMY

How neuroscience is changing education

Neuroscience's recent focus on facilitating lifelong learning has led to advances in the world of education. Schools, teachers and parents have the opportunity to reach out and understand learning like never before. Here are 10 ways neuroscience research can change education.
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ECONOMY

How to be a responsible consumer

What does it mean to be a responsible consumer? While many corporations are beginning to look at their supply chains (a fancy way of saying where products are outsourced and manufactured), much of this approach is new, and has been a response to customer demands. Additionally, many companies have become more responsible for preserving their image (also known as corporate social responsibility).
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ECONOMY

My daughter wants to understand the financial system. TEDx

His story had as its axis the difficulty of explaining to a girl, in this case her daughter, the stock market crash. A personal anecdote that led him to reflection and led him to write a children's story, which he later told his daughter and which he related in his talk: Hernán Casciari writes books and novels.
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ECONOMY

How Your Mind Can Keep Your Body Fit

The mind plays an important role in fitness, exercise, and sports, almost as big as our cardiovascular system, strength, speed, and power.Interview with neuroscientist Dr. Bob Schafer to learn how habits and mindfulness they can improve our training.
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ECONOMY

Extraordinary acts to collaborate with the environment

Reducing the gases produced by energy production, construction and transportation has long been a goal of governments, activists and companies seeking to reduce emissions. This is the challenge we are currently facing, that of curbing global warming by reducing the main gases that increase it.
Read More