Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Clean Earth | Teaching Aides

The size of the green market remains far smaller than what consumers’ stated environmental concerns indicate it should be. 

This is the problem--and also an opportunity. It suggests many people are unsure about how to translate their personal values to their consumption choices, and perhaps also less than convinced about the difference it makes.

Your staff plays a crucial role. They are at the front line in communicating the environmental performance of your business; they will reinforce the rest of your good work if they’re able to “talk green” with demanding customers. Invest in education and training and the benefits will flow.


Saturday, March 21, 2020

CLIMATE CHANGE FACT 106 | Nearly 1 million hectares lost.

An area of coastal ecosystems larger than New York City is destroyed every year, removing an important buffer from extreme weather for coastal communities and releasing carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.










Photo by Sasha • Stories on Unsplash

Sunday, March 15, 2020

Clean Health: Drink Oolong Tea

Drink Oolong Tea Three Times a Day..?


The compounds in the tea called polyphenols to appear to be responsible for the improvement in itching and other symptoms. Research suggests that people with mild eczema sure drink oolong tea three times a day








   

Saturday, March 7, 2020

CLIMATE CHANGE FACT 105 | Save nature. It’s cheaper.

Conserving ecosystems is ​often more cost-effective than human-made interventions. In the Maldives, building a sea wall for coastal protection cost about US$ 2.2 billion. Even after 10 years of maintenance costs, it is still four times cheaper to preserve the natural reef.


Photo by Toni Hukkanen on Unsplash