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Simon

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  1. Sure, there are less sunlight in colder regions. But solar panels work great in these places as well! Believe it or not, but the cold and snow in these regions actually help the solar panels in various ways, such as cleaning the panels when the snow melts, the increased reflection of light off white snow helps increase the output, and even the cold helps increase the efficiency of the actual panels, and so on. And yes, there might be long nights in the arctic regions during the winter, but solar power in the North is not only possible, but also profitable.
  2. You can also check out our recipe forum for healthy, green, and delicious recipes!
  3. That's so true! I use a PC that I've built myself so that I can repair it and swap out parts when needed.
  4. I've never heard about that before. How does that work?
  5. Here are three amazingly easy meals that you can make if you have a can of chickpeas (and a few other ingredients too, obviously). Herbed Chickpeas Check out the full recipe here: Herbed Chickpeas Recipe | Bon Appétit WWW.BONAPPETIT.COM Crispy, salty, creamy, and full of protein (really!), these chickpeas should be a staple in your kitchen. Deconstructed Falafel Salad Check out the full recipe here: Deconstructed Falafel Salad WWW.EPICURIOUS.COM Crispy cumin-roasted chickpeas meet kale,
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    Garlic Mushrooms

    These garlic mushrooms look so delicious! This is what you need: Mushrooms Unsalted butter — use unsalted to control the amount of salt added. Olive oil — just a little oil added to the butter gets them nice and crispy on the outer edges and prevents the butter from burning. Garlic — please use fresh where you can. Herbs — we love parsley and thyme, but you can use oregano, rosemary, basil, etc. Salt and pepper. Optional: Onion — green, red, yellow or white! This is an optional ingredient BUT I find it enhances the garlic flavour.
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    Macaroni Chili

    This macaroni chili looks like a simple and delicious dish that you can make in under 30 minutes. Macaroni Chili | Pick Up Limes | Nourish the Cells & the Soul WWW.PICKUPLIMES.COM Watch How to Make it hereRecipe starts at 01:03 The coziness of pasta and chili, all in one recipe. Protein-packed with both a soy veggie ground and kidne Ingredients 2 cups (285 g) dry whole wheat macaroni noodles (GF if desired) 1 Tbsp (15 mL) vegetable oil 1 onion, diced 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 can (400 g) diced tomatoes
  8. This vegan tofu sandwich looks so delicious and perfect for a spring picnic or a visit to the beach this summer. Tofu Vietnamese Sub (Bánh Mì) | Pick Up Limes | Nourish the Cells & the Soul WWW.PICKUPLIMES.COM Watch How to Make it HereThis recipe starts at 03:29Bánh mì sandwiches have become all the rage lately, and if you haven't tried it yet, you're in for a treat. Ingredients 1 block (450 g) firm tofu 3 cloves of garlic, crushed 2 Tbsp (30 mL) sodium-reduced soy sauce (sub to tamari if GF) 2 tsp (10 mL) Sriracha
  9. From now on, all members are required to have published a minimum of 5 posts in our forums before they are able to create their own blog. We want to make it as easy as possible for you to become a green blogger, but this decision was deemed necessary to increase the overall quality of our member blogs and to stop spammers. Please also take a moment to read our recently updated community rules and guidelines.
  10. Check out Terra Nil, which is a cute little strategy game that lets you transform a dead wasteland into a green and ecological paradise - in 8-bit (or 16?) graphics. It's free to download and you can play it on Windows, macOS, and Linux. Check out some gameplay videos: And some more gameplay: What do you think? Have you played it? The game seems pretty simplistic both in gameplay and its solutions to the environmental destruction (science and technology will just magically clean everything up and all the wildlife will just come back to life) - but he
  11. To combat the coronavirus (Covid-19) many countries are spraying public spaces in cities with disinfection chemicals. After seeing this I was interested in knowing how effective this was against the coronavirus and if it had any negative effects on our health or environment. And according to experts, these mass disinfection programmes have no real benefit - and could potentially be a health hazard. Dr Jason Wang, the director of the Center for Policy, Outcomes and Prevention at Stanford University, says that the use of disinfectant sprays may be of some psychological comfort to people bu
  12. Populations of all kinds of wildlife are declining at an alarming speed. If we don't stop this, scientist warns that humanity could soon be left with a planet bereft of actual wildlife and only inhabited by ourselves and a few domesticated animals. In an effort to stop such a grim future from happening, some conservationists are proposing a radical solution: make 50% of the planet a nature reserve. “That may seem a lot – if you think the world is a just a place for humans to exploit,” Harvey Locke from the organisation Nature Needs Half said. “But if you recognise the world as one that we
  13. Outbreaks of infectious diseases such as Ebola, Sars, bird flu and now the coronavirus (Covid-19) are on the rise. These infectious diseases are crossing from animals to humans and, as we can see from Covid-19, can spread quickly to new places around the world with extreme health and economic impacts in both rich and poor countries. "I am not at all surprised about the coronavirus outbreak," said disease ecologist Thomas Gillespie to the Guardian. "The majority of pathogens are still to be discovered. We are at the very tip of the iceberg." 'Tip of the iceberg': is ou
  14. Several videos and images posted on social media has shown how wildlife is starting to come back to Venice as the city is on lockdown due to the global Coronavirus pandemic. The videos show how the absence of motorised transport which normally churns up the muddy canal floor has turned the waters of Venice into a calm and crystal-clear lagoon filled with fish and dolphins. "The water is blue and clear," said Gloria Beggiato who owns the celebrated Metropole Hotel a few steps from St Mark’s square to the Guardian. "It is calm like a pond, because there are no more waves caused by motorised
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