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How do you read energy labels - It pays to go green!

How do you read energy labels

Perhaps you're furnishing your home, or maybe your home appliances have simply broken down? If you're faced with choosing a new domestic appliance, you can freely decide between sizes, colours, and many functions. It is also a good idea to look at their energy class when doing so. That way, you can save money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Find out how to read energy labels.
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Drought: a natural but extreme condition under our control - It pays to go green!

Drought: a natural but extreme condition under our control

Po, the longest river in Italy, which measures about 650 km, is drying up and may disappear one day. Other regions of the globe, from Poland to the United States and Africa, are also experiencing similar phenomena. Drought is a natural yet extreme phenomenon that is increasing in severity due to climate change. We should consider what can be done to mitigate it and how we will adapt to its effects in the future. Every one of us, every day, has the opportunity to do so! By joining forces, we can be unstoppable!
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The difference between CO2 and CO2e - It pays to go green!

The difference between CO2 and CO2e

Imagine you are going on a trip abroad. You have some money saved from previous trips in different currencies that you want to exchange for your destination country's currency. Keep this in mind for a while. It will help you understand the differences between CO2 and CO2e. The abbreviations, although they sound similar, actually have different meanings!
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The ozone hole: a story that inspires eco-action! - It pays to go green!

The ozone hole: a story that inspires eco-action!

Suppose you remember the 1980s, Madonna's hits, and new episodes of Dynasty. In that case, you also probably remember reports about the harmfulness of aerosols and refrigerants in fridges and freezers and discussions about the need to protect the ozone layer. Thanks to the global action taken at the time, the localised disappearance of the ozone layer, referred to as the ozone hole, has been halted, making it one of the greatest successes in the history of transnational cooperation on climate and environmental protection. We should keep this in mind as we are facing the next challenge right now!
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Peatland protection is a dirty but necessary job! - It pays to go green!

Peatland protection is a dirty but necessary job!

All hands on deck! In the climate change mitigation efforts, every help will come in handy - from decision-makers and businesses to every one of us. Luckily, nature is our great ally in reducing the atmospheric carbon pool as it literally traps it ... in a marsh. Peatlands are, in fact, natural CO2e sinks. However, despite their powerful powers, they are sensitive ecosystems. Protecting peatlands should therefore be one of the priorities of pro-climate action across the globe. You can join the efforts with TerGo and UNEP/GRID-Warsaw Center.
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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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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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TerGo has the forest planting mastered! Our campaign in Poland - It pays to go green!

TerGo has the forest planting mastered! Our campaign in Poland

We dropped everything and went to the Tuchola Forest. But don't worry - we had no intention of permanently quitting TerBit, sustainability reports, and carbon neutrality accreditation. Instead, we took our shovels to Gostycyn near Bydgoszcz for one day to plant... over 1600 trees together with the Las Na Zawsze Foundation. We wouldn't have succeeded without the enormous help of the TerGo community - thank you! Together we change the world for the better.
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Global warming: another year hits record - It pays to go green!

Global warming: another year hits record

2021 has ranked as by far the warmest year on record. Scientists from recognised organisations are presenting data that no longer leaves any doubt - global warming is a fact. It results in extreme weather events that people can feel worldwide.
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The difference between CO2 and CO2e - It pays to go green!

The difference between CO2 and CO2e

Imagine you are going on a trip abroad. You have some money saved from previous trips in different currencies that you want to exchange for your destination country's currency. Keep this in mind for a while. It will help you understand the differences between CO2 and CO2e. The abbreviations, although they sound similar, actually have different meanings!
2 min read
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.
3 min read
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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