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    POKEMON GO CHEATS AND HACKS - POKEMON GO SPOOFING APP { 2021 }* Updated : [29-08-2021] - Users Online: 7991 3 seconds ago. Finally, we are proud to present our new 2021 free POGO cheat tool that we called POKEMON GO HACK which includes Pokemon Go Spoofing with Joystick. This hack works for free on all mobile OS, like android & ios, because you dont need to download any app, everything works with the online generator. You just need to enter your account region so that the GPS Spoofer and joystick works correctly. GPS spoofing on iOS is very easy, you DONT need to jailbreak your iPh
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  4. The IPCC report suggests that food has a major impact in our planet through both production and consumption. “A global study (Stevanović et al., 2017) reported similar GHG reduction potentials for both production-side (agricultural production measures in combination with reduced deforestation) and consumption-side (diet change in combination with lower shares of food waste) measures on the order of 40% in 210011 (compared to a baseline scenario without land-based mitigation). Lower consumption of livestock products by 2050 could also substantially reduce deforestation and cumulative carb
  5. The United Nations has formed the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The 17 sustainable development goals represent an urgent call for action by all countries - developed and developing - in a global partnership. The fashion Industry covers many of those 17 goals. SDG 1: No Poverty Workers are compelled to work extremely long hours in order to support themselves and their families. Employment conditions are rife, with temporary contracts, agency work and sub-contracting the norm. This reflects back to the Rana Plaza disaster when workers were left with minima
  6. Bangladesh, 2013 In 2013, disaster struck after an eight-storey building located in Bangladesh collapsed and killed over 1000 garment workers. Reports of cracks and erosion had been made only hours before however due to pressures of short production rates and the worry of losing their jobs or even abused, the workers were forced to continue to work. The disaster has brought worldwide attention in order to provide justice for the fallen and injured victims. It has also caused many to ask the question of how garment workers are treated and how factories are monitored. 1134
  7. This is such an important topic - especially as Greta Thunberg was discussing the detrimental impacts of fast fashion in Vogue last week! https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-58145465
  8. Its potential to lead is crucial as the fashion industry links to many other industries around the world, unfortunately valuing profit over people and efficiency over care. Fashion causes vast consequences to our land, air and sea whilst also equating to various societal issues including poverty and forced labour; even as far as sexual abuse. Fashion can be extremely complex due to what ties it all together and that is the supply chain. Unfortunately, fashion supply chains lack a huge amount of transparency making it hard to trace back and pinpoint specific people, comp
  9. The IPCC will be releasing their Sixth Assessment Report (AR6). Find out more information here: https://www.ipcc.ch/2021/06/29/wg1-ar6-release-date-and-approval-session-details/
  10. The emergency of climate change and global warming is forcing a drastic reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases produce by human activities. One way of reducing the concentration of CO2 is to store it in any medium other than the atmosphere. Due to this climate crisis, new innovative solutions to capture carbon have recently emerged, but unfortunately, these technologies are not economically feasible and are not easily deployed globally at large scale. Afforestation, the activity of creating new forests where there were none before has been studied as one of the most effec
  11. This article explains the advantages of getting a heat pump to save emissions in your household However, would it depend on how the electricity is generated? I don't know if it makes sense to burn natural gas to generate electricity, and then use said to heat my house. Wouldn't it be more efficient to just heat my household directly using natural gas in a boiler?
  12. I've recently got into foraging and have learnt that there are a great many edible leaves, flowers, fruits and roots in my back garden and on the way to Lidl. I fifind this to be a fantastic alternative to bags of salad of unknown carbon footprint for both the leaves and the plastic packaging alone. Attached is a picture of Garlic Mustard (Alliaria petiolata) which has particularly tasty leaves & flowers.
  13. How did I reduced my laundry impact by using sustainable capsules? On September 2020, I found out about a company making plastic-free packaged capsules for laundry, cruelty-free, and with lower levels of added chemicals per wash. The company is called Smol, and they're on a mission to reduce the impact of our laundry and washing products. Join them 🙂 What's good about it? The capsules are delivered to your home, with regular deliveries where you select the frequency. You get 9 capsules for £1on your first order Plastic-free, recyclable packaging that
  14. Good news for EU! 😍 White or electrical goods such as fridges and televisions in the European Union must be able to be repaired for up to a decade under new rules that came into force on Monday. Why is this Important? Products should last longer, and therefore when broken, they should be repaired. This requires products to be designed for repair as well as support for repairers of all kinds. What is the impact? How Can I Help? Join the movement: https://repair.eu/ Check repair guides for your appliances: https://www.ifixit.com/
  15. While there is a prominent potential for using reforestation, agroforestry and afforestation as mitigation tools, several important factors need to be considered. Forests are complex ecosystems and adapted to the land they grow on. In contrast, their management is often simple and counterproductive, handled by economic systems and bureaucrats. Successful forest restoration requires much greater involvement and care. If badly managed, reforestation can result in outright environment consequences. From there, two situations must be considered: deforestation has to stop, and restoration program s
  16. In 2017, the UK emitted 451 million tons of carbon dioxide equivalent to the environment, 40% of which came from the residential sector. This means that on average, a household emits around 7 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent per year. In order to achieve the UK reduction goals, each household needs to reduce by 3.6 tCO2eq their net emissions. This can be achieved by implementing different alternatives which target the reduction of energy consumption in a household. Today we present two alternatives that can help households reduce emissions and costs Double glazing and cavit
  17. By Clémentine Pons The current agricultural system is not sustainable either to ensure a healthy planet or global food security and health. The UN Food Agricultural Organisation estimates that globally, 1/3 of food produced goes to waste. In the US, 40 percent of their food supply goes to waste every year, it is similar to buying five bags from the grocery store and leaving two of them in the parking lot every time you shop. Food waste is much more difficult to solve than food losses. Food that is lost during the harvest period can be reduced thanks to investment and budget, for ins
  18. Deforestation is only continuing and accelerating, with many of the same negative effects - now on a larger scale. In her article, Rachel Brown from DIY Garden shares some excellent information on the topic, and explains how we can help to prevent deforestation as well as take steps to reverse its negative impacts on the environment. 'Wilderness. We all have an image in mind of what that word means. Some might picture the majestic mountains, glaciers, and towering conifers of Alaska, while others might imagine the vast expanse of the Amazon, teeming with all sorts of life. Huma
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    Best-practice textiles for a positive and sustainable future in Fashion. Due to restrictions, this event will be held live. https://www.futurefabricsvirtualexpo.com
  20. Meat and dairy are responsible for 60% of agriculture’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and 14.5% of global emissions. Eliminating meat and dairy consumption could cut global farmland use by more than 75%. This is important as the loss of wild areas due to agriculture is the leading cause of the mass extinction of wildlife. Greenhouse gas emissions per kilogram for different food groups. Chart by Carbon Brief using Highcharts. Adapted from Dr Hannah Ritchie/Our World in Data (2020) Data source: Poore & Nemecek (2018). As the graph above shows, animal-based foods often have
  21. 44% of people in the UK own a pet. Whilst pets have many benefits, notably on our health and wellbeing, there is no denying that they have a detrimental impact on the environment. Author: Petteri Sulonen Mike Berners-Lee’s book, “How Bad Are Bananas?”, reveals the carbon footprints of almost everything, including our pets. Average-size cat – 310kg of CO2e per year Average-size dog – 770 kg of CO2e per year Large dog – 2,500kg of CO2e per year Goldfish – 25kg of CO2e per year The biggest contributor to these carbon emissions is pet food. Meat mak
  22. Purchasing high quality carbon credits is an effective way to contribute the transition to a low-carbon, climate secure world. A carbon offset represents one tonne of carbon dioxide equivalent (tCO2e) that hasn’t been emitted into the atmosphere. Offsets come from on-the-ground projects and activities to reduce carbon emissions; for example, by switching to more sustainable fuel sources, or by planting trees that soak up CO2 from the air. In 2018, the carbon market reached 144 billion euros. Source: Climate Active However, prices of carbon credits used by companies to offset th
  23. This year's theme is Ecosystem Restoration and the UN has released a new report which highlights that humanity is using about 1.6 times the amount of services that nature can provide sustainably. That means conservation efforts alone are insufficient to prevent large-scale ecosystem collapse and biodiversity loss. Global terrestrial restoration costs – not including costs of restoring marine ecosystems – are estimated to be at least USD 200 billion per year by 2030. The report outlines that every 1 USD invested in restoration creates up to USD 30 in economic benefits. Ec
  24. New measures will require businesses to commit to net zero by 2050 before they can bid for major government contracts The measures announced on World Environment Day will require businesses to commit to net zero by 2050 and publish clear and credible carbon reduction plans before they can bid for major government contracts. Under the new measures, by September, prospective suppliers bidding for contracts above £5million a year will need to have committed to the government’s target of net zero by 2050 and have published a carbon reduction plan.
  25. Green New Deal (GND) packages arose following the 2008 financial crash as a solution to address the imminent economic, social, and environmental challenges known as the “triple crisis”. The name refers to FDR’s New Deal policies of the 1930s, as numerous comparisons could be drawn with the economic and social difficulties faced during the Great Depression. This time round, reforms urgently needed an environmental focus. Uniting environmental and social justice, GNDs aim to lower fossil fuel dependency, safeguard biodiversity and ecosystems, reduce inequality and create green jobs. There
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