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Sustainable living refers to the lifestyle choices of an individual or society that aim to reduce the environmental impact by reducing the use of Earth’s depleting resources and prioritising the use of natural and renewable resources (Solar, Wind, etc.)
It is often called “earth harmony living” or that aims to reduce their ecological footprint by altering the way homes are designed and constructed, transportation methods, energy consumption etc.
This Category is a Digital Library & Collection of Learning Videos, Stories, Articles, Documentaries & Knowledge Guides on Sustainable Living
How Can Hydroponic Greenhouses Revolutionise Farming Future & Provide Sustainable Solution to Farm our Food Considering Climate Change & Rising Populations
Digital Transformation can Revolutionise the Energy Sector with Advancement in Grid Operations, Planning & Cost Cutting & by Providing Sustainable Energy System
Construction waste is almost 33% of all dry waste in New York City but 95% of it is recyclable. Learn about the Company that Turns this Waste into High- End Furniture.
Learn about 15 innovations that are Turning Pollution into Productivity, Save Trash from landfills and Smog from the Skies in an effort to reduce Worldwide Waste.
Plastic poses great hazards to our World and its usage needs to be minimised. From Plates made from Pineapple scraps, learn how People are Replacing Plastic to cut down on Worldwide Waste.
Due to Growing Traffic in many U.S. cities, a growing movement is pushing to ban Cars in dense areas like New York. This can reduce noise and air pollution
Learn How The Carbon Removal Market is expanding rapidly, as the Big Tech is Pumping Nearly Billion $s to various Early Stage Startups to fight Climate Change.
More than 2 billion tonnes of global waste is generated yearly. Learn about How a piece of discarded trash in Singapore reaches the nation’s only landfill
With the huge turbine blades that convert wind into electricity, their disposal is a problem. Now, scientists report a new composite resin suitable for making these behemoths that could later be recycled into new turbine blades or a variety of other products, including countertops, car taillights, diapers and even gummy bears.