Methane Gas and Cows: Unraveling the Facts and Shaping the Future

Farting methane cow

Methane gas, a potent greenhouse gas, plays a significant role in global warming. Among its various sources, cows have been a focal point of discussion. This article delves into the complexities of methane production, particularly from cows, and explores current and future strategies to mitigate this issue. We aim to provide actionable insights for readers to contribute to these efforts. […]

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15 Easy Ways to Reduce Your Use of 1-Time Use Batteries and Help the Environment

batteries

Disposable batteries are a major source of waste. Every year, billions of batteries are thrown away, and many end up in landfills. These batteries contain harmful chemicals that can pollute the soil and water. Reducing our use of disposable batteries is essential to protecting the environment. In this article, we’ll explore 15 easy ways to […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Choosing the Right Composting Method

Compost Bin

Composting is an eco-friendly and easy way to reduce waste and create nutrient-rich soil for your garden. Many composting methods are available, from Vermicompost Bins to Tumbler Compost Bins, Bokashi Compost Bins, Dual-Chamber Compost Bins, Underground Compost Bins, DIY Compost Bin, Kitchen Compost Bins, Outdoor Compost Bins, Worm Compost Bins, and Compost Tumbler. Each method […]

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How to Do Laundry Sustainably

sustainable laundry

Laundry is a necessary part of life, but it can also significantly impact the environment. The average American household uses about 400 gallons of water per week for laundry, and the energy used to heat that water contributes to greenhouse gas emissions. But there are several things you can do to make your laundry more […]

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Happy Hippie Gives Jeff Bezos a Slow Clap

We here at Happy Hippie are very excited by the 10 Billion dollar commitment to fight against climate change by Jeff Bezos. These kind of large commitments yielded properly can fund big innovation that is otherwise unattainable. Bezos and Amazon also announced a pledge to be carbon neutral by 2040. This is a full ten […]

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Printable Solar – Yep, That’s Now a Thing

With climate change taking a toll on our planet, new effective renewable energy technologies are more important than ever, especially those that are low cost and accessible to all parts of the world. Interest in solar power as an alternative source of energy continues to grow, due to the obvious environmental benefits as well as […]

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World Oceans Day: June 8, 2018 – What can we do?

World Oceans Day is held annually on June 8, and 2018’s action focus is on preventing plastic pollution, which kills more than one million seabirds and 100,000 marine mammals per year. Eight million tons of plastic end up in oceans annually, and 80 percent of all ocean pollution comes from humans. Unfortunately, plastic pollution is becoming a […]

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Do You have a dustmite allergy?

Do you have a dust mite allergy?

One of the very common allergens prevalent in creating allergies in specific people is dust. The allergic reactions shown by some people might be as a result of inhaling dust or dust mites. There’s a need to get rid of both effectively which brings a question of which you should get rid of. Dust and […]

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Hawaii Passes Bill Banning Sunscreen That Can Harm Coral Reefs

The legislation prohibits the distribution of sunscreens containing chemicals that scientists have found contributes to coral bleaching when washed off in the ocean. The legislation prohibits the distribution of sunscreens containing the chemicals oxybenzone and octinoxate that scientists have found contributes to coral bleaching when washed off in the ocean. The Hawaii sunscreen bill now awaits the […]

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