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5 things drinking just water can do for you

  One of the reasons your diet might not be working is you’re probably not drinking enough water. The best water diet trends involve: drinking water early in the morning and just before you sleep, that’s if you can’t cut out other drinks completely. The thing about cutting...
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Green energy subsidies fuel rise of Northern Ireland mega-farms

  Green energy subsidies are fuelling the rise of poultry mega-farms across Northern Ireland, with owners accused of contaminating sensitive habitats with emissions from chicken faeces. An alliance of agri-food companies enlisted the support of Northern Ireland politicians to unlock an estimated £800m in subsidies for contractors. This...
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Is your business wasting money on waste?

  Waste is considered business as usual for apparel and home goods brands. Should it be? Waste — product that is made, but is unsellable — costs brands money and damages the environment. This is such a well-documented and understood business risk that it is accepted and accounted...
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California Wildfires and Climate Change

  Alongside the poignant scenes of devastated California homeowners picking through the remains of their burned-out homes, we are reminded by Gov. Jerry Brown that, in many ways, our response to global warming is a deeply moral issue. He contends that those who deny that it is climate...
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Environmentalism And Democracy – The Same Fight

  While we have been faced with a systemic crisis for more than a decade, it is high time to take up new ways of thinking that combine protecting both the environment and democracy. The neoliberal economic system and unregulated globalisation are destroying environment and social ties. In...
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Air pollution rated ‘very dangerous’

  Air quality in Butte County has deteriorated to the “very dangerous” level, according to the Butte County Air Quality Management District. That is expected to be the case both Saturday and Sunday. Visible smoke from the Camp Fire has filled the area since Thursday, but the danger...
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