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Simon

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About Simon

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  • Birthday 08/29/1987

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    Secular humanism

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  1. This is true, we spend most of our life at work and then you shouldn't feel miserable or discomfort from your actual job - it's just too bad that it's not that easy to just switch to another job.
  2. Welcome to Green Blog and our community
  3. You need to have a minimum of 5 approved posts on our forum before you can start your own blog.
  4. Hello @arkron fletcher and welcome to Green Blog.
  5. Hello @cyndicato and welcome to Green Blog!
  6. Last year we could see how the global coronavirus pandemic led to huge drops in air pollution around the world. The coronavirus had such massive effect on slowing down human activity and the global economy that even Earth Overshoot Day was slightly delayed compared to previous years. But even with all of this, the climate crisis remained relentless in 2020 and continued seemingly unabashed by the economic effects of the pandemic. So how did the coronavirus pandemic affect climate change and global greenhouse gas emissions? According to IEA data, global energy-related CO2 emissions fell by
  7. Ingka Group, which is the largest franchise owner of Ikea, has announced that they will invest four billion euros in renewable energy to reduce the company’s climate footprint and reach 100% renewable energy across the company’s whole business chain. The new investments will include a solar energy plant in Russia that will produce enough energy for all 17 Ikea department stores in the country. "We are in the most important decade in the history of humankind – climate change is no longer a distant threat, and we must all do our part to limit global warming to 1.5°C. The cost of inaction is
  8. Hello Mark and welcome to Green Blog.
  9. Hello @KalibStorezand welcome to Green Blog.
  10. Welcome to green blog and our community!
  11. Yes, but that's the hard part. We have waited so long to take proper climate action that ANY meaningful action we take now will have severe short-term economic effects.
  12. Yeah, but it won't be long until a new pandemic comes crashing. We'll never learn.
  13. Oh my, that's extreme! I can barely function when the temperatures rise to 30 degrees Celsius.
  14. The Kauai 'O'o (Kauaʻi ʻōʻō) was a bird species that lived on the islands of Hawaii. Due to habitat destruction by human activities and exploitation, and after humans introduced invasive species to the islands, this bird species went extinct in the late 1980’s. The Kauai 'O'o mated for life and both the male and the female had a distinct mating call. Wikipedia describes it as a very vocal, making hollow, erratic, flute-like calls. The bird was last sighted in 1985, and the last sound recording was made in 1987. Listen to the last bird of his kind singing a mating call, to a female that wo
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