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Bandwidth and Economic Wealth

Bandwidth and Economic Wealth

There is a relationship between available bandwidth and economic health. After Singapore in the lead, the six top countries for speed are all European.

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There is a relationship between available bandwidth and economic health. Worldwide broadband speed league 2018 has organized a study based on over 163 million speed tests in 200 countries....
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Microplastic In Your Salt

Microplastic In Your Salt

Planet or plastic? Salt produced in Indonesia, using the ancient technique of evaporating seawater contains lots of microplastics.

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Of 39 salt brands tested, 36 had microplastics in them, according to a new analysis by researchers in South Korea and Greenpeace East Asia. Studies show that there is far...
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Zooming In On Biodiversity

Zooming In On Biodiversity

An ASEAN wide photo contest capturing the richness of biological resources in the region.

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Biodiversity is the variety of life on Earth. These forms of life include microorganisms, fungi, plants, and animals, including the communities that they form and the habitats in which...
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Chrysanthemum Power

Chrysanthemum Power

Beautiful flowers and powerful pollutant remover. A must have for an healthy home.

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Chrysanthemum, known also as Pot Mum or Florist's Mum, mildly toxic and an irritant to cats and dogs is an excellent poison remover. The Pot Mum has an incredible transpiration rate and...
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Energy Saving Bulbs

Energy Saving Bulbs

Saving the planet starts from saving energy.

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Now available almost in Bali at a cheap price (11.000 rp), this 9 watts LED bulb produces as much light as old incandescent 100w bulbs, and last much longer. Save money, and contribute to...
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Consumers Want Sustainability

Consumers Want Sustainability

Sustainable Mainstream. Eco-friendly is definitely in.

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Environmental consciousness, social responsibility, and sustainability are all hot button topics in consumer retail today. The real question is: do these topics really matter to consumers?...
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Travellers Choose Sustainability

Travellers Choose Sustainability

Sustainable, eco-conscious travel, is on the rise worldwide according to recent statistics.

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Clearly, there’s strong consumer interest in eco-conscious travel. Sustainable travel is on the rise. The future’s bright. The future’s green. Recent data show travelers preferences: 87%...
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Food Safe Plastic

Food Safe Plastic

The obvious solution to avoiding plastic toxicity is to avoid plastics. Reduce damage by picking the least toxic ones.

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The obvious solution to avoiding plastic toxicity is to avoid plastics, which, in a world awash in plastic, is pretty difficult. In the absence of this, it makes sense to limit your close...
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Paper Towels

Paper Towels

Nearly 4 billion trees are cut down each year for paper.

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Did you know that nearly 4 billion trees are cut down each year for paper. Used paper towels are not recyclable. 1 ton of paper towels consumes 17 trees, pollutes 75.708.236 liters of...
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Recycling Aluminum

Recycling Aluminum

Aluminum can can be recycled an unlimited number of times.

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Recycling one aluminum can saves enough electricity to power a TV for three hours. Aluminum can can be recycled an unlimited number of times. And if your area do not have any bin to...
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Apparel Brands Go Green

Apparel Brands Go Green

Go green or go home, millennials shop Eco-Friendly, new study finds.

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Buy from a brand whose social and environmental practices is trustable. New data has found that Americans don’t want to get caught buying from a company exploiting the planet....
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Plastic Bags

Plastic Bags

Less than 1 percent of plastic bags goes into a recycle bin.

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Billions of plastic bags are made each year. Of these bags, one hundred billion are thrown away according to Worldwatch Institute, with less than 1 percent finding their way into a recycle...
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