“A person has quite enough objective reasons to strive for the conservation of wildlife. But in the end, only his love can save nature.” — Jean Dorst

Jean Dorst

French ornithologist, Vice President of the Species Survival Commission of the International Union for Conservation of Nature, screenwriter (film "Birds", 2001). 1924-2001

Green motherhood is the right start

We all have a direct responsibility to our children for the state of the environment. How to build childcare with the smallest ecological footprint? Practical advice from the experience of a young mother on how to minimize your purchases during the birth and development of a child, why it is worth abandoning artificial intermediaries, what approach to choose in nutrition, sleep and other daily needs of the baby.

Apple and the environment: how a well-known IT company takes care of the environment

Apple is known not only for its popular electronic devices like the iPhone and MacBook, but also for its responsibility for the environmental consequences caused by their production and use. Her regular reports on initiatives related to environmental care and the conservation of natural resources are a rare and very pleasant example in the world of information technology and big business in general. Find out the details in our article.

Environmentally friendly cities of the world: what is worth striving for

We would like to share the successful experience of various cities around the world, which have proved, not in word, but in deed, that the use of environmentally efficient methods of arranging social life is possible today. This is largely facilitated by green energy, the introduction of tariffs for environmental pollution, innovative solutions in the field of transport, recycling of waste, etc. But the main distinguishing feature of such regions is a clear understanding of the interaction between nature and man, a high culture of consumption, as well as respect for natural resources. resources and focus on the long term.

Hidden Animal Products

The article looks at popular products: food, drinks (including alcohol), additives and dyes, medicines, cosmetics - which are harmless at first glance, but, to the surprise of many, are not vegan, because they either contain ingredients of animal origin or imply exploitation of animals/insects in the production process. Recommended for acquaintance to all vegetarians and vegans who have made such a choice for ethical reasons.

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