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ePlus4Car: Driving the Future of the Automotive Industry

ePlus4Car Driving the Future of the Automotive Industry

Imagine a world where your car is more than just a mode of transportation – it’s a beacon of innovation and sustainability. Welcome to the era of ePlus4Car, a ground breaking concept transforming the automotive industry. By embracing ePlus4Car, you’re not just part of the revolution; you’re driving it. Keep reading to discover how ePlus4Car […]

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What is Uber Green and Why is it Cheaper?

What is Uber Green and Why is it Cheaper

Have you ever wondered how your daily commute could help pave the way for a cleaner, more sustainable future? Meet Uber Green – the innovative ride option that’s not just good for the planet, but potentially great for your wallet too. In this article, we’ll unveil the secrets behind Uber Green’s growing popularity, and how […]

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Food Waste Non-Profit | Top Organizations Combating Food Waste

Food waste non-profit

Nearly 40% of all food in the United States is wasted every year. That is over $166 billion in food that could be used to feed families, children, and individuals across the country.  Food waste non-profit organizations are working to combat this problem to feed the hungry and preserve our earth’s natural resources and environment.   Here are […]

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6 Places to Sell Used Restaurant Equipment

Whether you have one machine or an entire store, you can sell used restaurant equipment for cash today. The easiest way to sell your used equipment quickly is to contact a restaurant equipment dealer. However, you must ensure that the dealer is reputable, has a long track record of success, and provides services in your […]

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Sustainable Tourism in Machu Picchu – Everything You Need to Know


Machu Picchu attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists every year. It is the most visited site in South America, generating a reported $40 million each year for the economy of Peru. However, the overwhelming interest has made it a victim of overtourism and is taking a tool on the environment. Learn all about sustainable tourism in Machu Picchu […]

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Are you having a picnic above a London plague pit?

Are you having a picnic above a London plague pit

As you enjoy a picnic in a park, you could well be sitting above a London plague pit. The black death – thought to be a combination of bubonic, pneumonic and perhaps septacaemic plague – killed 15 percent of the population of London from 1665 to 1666. When churchyards overflowed, people were buried in plague pits […]

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Climate Change In The Arctic – What Does the Future Hold?


Since the industrial revolution, when people started to benefit from the convenience of machinery, our Carbon Dioxide output has become staggering. Everyone in the world now learns from an early age that we have been slowly destroying our planet. And yes, there has been some notable decline in our emissions, but will it be enough? […]

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The World’s Best Eco-Friendly Hotels

The World’s Best Eco-Friendly Hotels

Pollution and waste are tremendous issues for our planet today. Now is the time to give back and make eco-friendly choices when it comes to traveling. Book a fantastic eco-friendly hotel and car at and begin your trip with our planet in mind. Royal Lancaster London The Royal Lancaster is conveniently located amongst London’s […]

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How Sustainable Are Manufactured Drones?

Sustainability of drones

Drones are becoming part and parcel of what it means to live in the 21st Century. They’re in warfare; they’re in our homes; and they’re in our skies taking photos or just flying around. In the US alone, 600,000 drones have been registered with the Federal Aviation Administration by owners as of early 2017, the […]

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How Did The Paris Agreement Impact Key Energy Market Players?


In February 2018, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) published its EU renewable energy scenario report together with the European Commission, revealing that the EU can increase its share of renewable energies cost-effectively to 34% instead of the previously envisaged 27% in 2030. Why is this so remarkable? First of all, the International Energy Agency […]

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