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Green office means pure profit - It pays to go green!

Green office means pure profit

Even if your office is a veritable plethora of electronic equipment where paper reams stack in towers and the air conditioning runs non-stop - a few simple changes are enough to make it greener. There is also an effective way to deal with emissions that you and your colleagues can no longer reduce! It's worth implementing green solutions in business because real action to protect the planet and the environment brings multifold benefits.
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It’s good to be friends with trees - It pays to go green!

It’s good to be friends with trees

They do a lot of good for us. They produce the oxygen we need to live. Furthermore, they absorb carbon dioxide, which we emit into the atmosphere. And they store it inside them for many years. They are our friends! So, you might ask – why not plant enough trees to completely balance out global CO2 emissions? The answer is not as simple as it seems.
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Methane – Greenhouse gases - It pays to go green!

Methane – Greenhouse gases

When thinking of climate change measures, we most often associate them with reducing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Yes, CO2 has the most significant impact on climate change. However, other gases are also exacerbating global warming. This is especially true since the amount of methane reached a record high in the history of measurements last year. Find out what methane is and where its emissions come from.
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Green building is the future? - It pays to go green!

Green building is the future?

There are more than 7.7 billion people on Earth. By 2050, we are expected to number almost 10 billion. Regardless of gender, race, origin or other features, everybody needs a place to live permanently or at least temporarily. Construction investments of all kinds are therefore vital for the environment. While striving to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, one should remember the opportunities offered by the green building.
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Melting glaciers. Now, in East Antarctica! - It pays to go green!

Melting glaciers. Now, in East Antarctica!

It was twice the size of Warsaw or roughly the size of Rome or Manhattan. The Conger shelf glacier had been unstable for some time and eventually collapsed in mid-March. This marked the first such event ever observed in the eastern part of Antarctica. What is more, it happened during - by the region's standards - record high temperatures. Many factors indicate that climate warming may be the cause. For this reason, we must remind ourselves that, wherever we are, we all influence the melting of glaciers.
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Biodiversity means life! - It pays to go green!

Biodiversity means life!

We are all connected to each other, in a circle, in a hoop, that never ends… Sounds familiar? Even if it doesn’t, fret not. All you have to do is... come run the hidden pine trails of the forest. This way, you will quickly learn what biodiversity is and why preserving it is crucial for life on Earth. A short visit to Belize will help! We will show you where TerGo is developing an agroforestry project in close cooperation with the local community. We will also look at Polish peatlands with the UNEP/GRID-Warsaw Centre. Let’s hit the road!
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What do hedgehogs and humus share in common? - It pays to go green!

What do hedgehogs and humus share in common?

Where do hedgehogs head to at night? If they are not going out to eat, they will probably be looking for a cosy resting place. This place could be in your garden! Hedgehogs, like many other small mammals, birds, insects or amphibians, are particularly fond of fallen leaves. So if you're looking for a good excuse as to why your yard is still unploughed – search no more. Leaving leaves is simply better for wildlife!
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