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6 Ways to Make your Return to Work more Sustainable

6 Ways to Make your Return to Work more Sustainable | ecogreenlove

Businesses everywhere have had to implement new strategies to take safe measures for employees to return to work. However, while companies are focused on making changes to minimize the risk of transmission from COVID-19, why not encourage more sustainable practices as well? With the advantage of starting fresh, companies and their employees have the opportunity to rethink the office environment. 

But with this fresh start, where does a business start in implementing new green practices while bringing employees back into the office safely? And how can individuals like yourself strive to live a more sustainable lifestyle when you head back in? Here are six ways to make your return to work more sustainable, from protecting smartphones with eco-friendly phone cases to switching to greener cleaning supplies. 

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Sustainable Agriculture for our Future and for the Earth

Sustainable agriculture for our future and for the earth | ecogreenlove

Sustainable Agriculture became a recurrent topic among rural producers and businessmen involved in the agri-food trade. For the National Research Council (CNR), sustainable agriculture is not just a set of practices, but rather a goal to get a food production system. The goals are:

  • Increase the productivity of natural resources and agricultural system, enabling the producers to meet the levels of demand created by population growth and economic development
  • Produce healthy, whole, nutritious foods, that satisfy human and earth well-being
  • Provide farmers with a sufficient net income to get a fair standard of living and a profit to invest in their land
  • Increase the productivity of soil, water and other resources.

For a long time, there’s been a misinterpretation of the concept of “sustainability” in agriculture, mainly influenced by political and personal ideologies of its main proponents; thinking of sustainable farming as synonymous with “ecology” is a simplistic view of something broader and complex. 

Therefore, to understand sustainable agriculture, and how to realize it, we will explain the concept of sustainability and its relationship with the agri-business.

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Tips on Cultivating a Year-Round Eco-Friendly Garden

Tips on Cultivating a Year-Round Eco-Friendly Garden | ecogreenlove

Whether you have a natural green thumb or not, there are plenty of benefits to having a garden. You can stay active, give your mental health a boost, and help out the planet with your efforts. 

Gardening, in general, is typically an eco-friendly activity. However, if you want to have a garden year-round, you might think you have to make choices that aren’t exactly good for the environment. For some, that might include using pesticides in the summer. Or, you might turn toward chemically-laden soils and “boosters” to help plants grow in cooler temperatures. 

Can those things help? Absolutely. 

Are they good for the environment? No. 

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How a Business can Make Money and Be More Sustainable

How a Business can Make Money and Be More Sustainable | ecogreenlove

As we progress, we’re seeing the importance of going green day by day. Global warming is here, and the only way to stop it is by reducing pollution. Many ideas have been brought to the table to facilitate this. Among the most discussed is the recycling business, as recycling is one of the safest ways to dispose of pollutants. For a successful recycling business, you need prior knowledge of the materials to recycle and how to recycle them.

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Palm Oil, Unveiled [Visual]

Pam Oil, Unveiled [Visual] | ecogreenlove

Today is World Rainforest Day!

Did you know that healthy forests are the key to avoiding future pandemics? Healthy forests are a protective buffer between diseases found in non-human animals and global human populations. When we destroy them, we foster close contacts between animal populations and vulnerable human populations. That is why protecting forests NOW means protecting against pandemics now and in the future. 

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