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Linn Winge ♻️ Green Tech

🌳 Crushed rock might reduce the CO2 in the atmosphere

This startup is putting its faith in spreading crushed basalt rock on the ground in forests and on farmlands in order to reduce the carbon dioxide already in the atmosphere.

Linn Winge ♻️ Green Tech

πŸ›’ Browser extension helps you make green choices

This new browser extension uses machine learning to help you choose Amazon products based on their sustainability.

Linn Winge ♻️ Green Tech

πŸŒΏπŸ™ Green facades can make cities cooler

Facades filled with plants can cool down the cities as well as improve mental health amongst citizens.

Linn Winge πŸ“ˆ Human Progress

🐝 Airport support local bees

Airports and beekeepers collaborate to save pollinators. Last year the bee-keeping program won the 2020 Pennsylvania Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence.

Kent Olofsson Environment

🐝Walmart push policy to protect pollinators

Walmart requires suppliers to stop using pesticides and to start to facilitate pollinating insects on their lands.

Magnus Aschan ⚑️ Energy

πŸ›’ Drastic reduction in oil spills

Amoco Cadiz, Exxon Valdez, and Deepwater Horizon. Many people remember the great oil disasters, but fewer know that both the number and amount of oil spills have decreased sharply in the world.

Magnus Aschan πŸ“ˆ Human Progress

🌍 NASA: The Earth is greener now than it was 20 years ago

The Earth has become five percent greener in 20 years. In total, the increase in leaf area over the past two decades corresponds to an area as large as the Amazon rainforests.

Linn Winge Environment

🐬 Scientists find coral sanctuary

A newly discovered coral sanctuary with abundant marine life is not affected by the warming oceans.

Christoffer Skageby ⚑️ Energy

🌊 Large-scale energy production from tides is getting closer

Renewable energy production is growing strongly in wind and solar. The expansion is taking place at an ever-increasing pace, but alongside them, other technologies are also growing.