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While this is a substantial upfront investment, most countries provide incentives to make it easier for citizens to install geothermal heating pumps. Continue reading to find out more...
A geothermal heating pump system can be a great solution for keeping your house warm during the winter months but also cooling it down during the summer. It has
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Women in developing countries collect 80% of the wild edibles and save up to 90% of the seeds used in small-scale agriculture.
So if there is a bond between women and our planet, does this mean our planet needs a woman’s touch? Thousands of years ago our predecessors worshiped the Earth
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Geothermal heat pumps can provide clean heating and cooling without producing any noise or disrupting the landscape and also cut your energy bills by up to 70%.
Geothermal energy is probably one of the least talked about forms of renewable energy. And yet, it is much more efficient compared to other forms of renewable
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Life on this planet is extraordinarily diverse and complex. Open your eyes and observe all that life around you! 
The word biodiversity beautifully captures a fundamental concept: life on this planet is extraordinarily diverse and complex. Modern societies thrive on
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Habitat loss is the main threat to 85% of species listed as either "threatened" or "endangered".
Human induced habitat loss has caused the extinction of thousands of species in recent times. Some of the worst cases date to the time before conservation
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What is a sustainable fish? A sustainable fish is one which comes from..., or one which is abundant and caught with non-destructive fishing practices.
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Have you ever thought of growing plants without soil?
The obvious difference with soilless agriculture is the absence of soil. But do the differences end there? How can soilless agriculture really work and how does
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What is perhaps so interesting about the precautionary principle is that while it is a bit tricky to define, it seems to fully resonate with our instincts and intuitions.
What is the Precautionary principle? Popular wisdom says “better safe than sorry”. And this really is what the precautionary principle is about...
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When possible always buy locally-produced honey rather than mass-produced supermarket brands. Why? Keep reading...
Honeybees are some of the hardest workers out there. The world needs their precious work, and it is in our interest to prevent further loss of their colonies.
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Many people would be horrified if they knew the effects that their polluting lifestyles were having on the oceans. Learn about these effects now!
Ocean acidification is causing huge problems for sensitive marine ecosystems. Although we can not stop the process, there are a number of preventative
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The lack of oxygen in the water can result in mass fish kills, which further pollute the water and harm the environment.
What is cultural eutrophication? Eutrophication of water bodies has become a problem throughout heavily populated North America and Europe, and has a range of
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It is estimated that it takes 5000 litres of water to produce 1 kilo of rice.
Rice’s extraordinary water footprint is primarily owed to...One of the most promising approaches was developed about 25 years ago by farmers in Madagascar who
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Introduction
"We are nature. Earth is our home!"

Greentumble is formed by a group of concerned global citizens that decided to take action towards environmental issues. Our goal is to provide education, raise awareness and help initiate the change in attitudes and behaviors towards a more sustainable lifestyle where Nature conservation becomes a main priority in our lives.