David Wallace-Wells There are many cases of climate hypocrisy. The journalist and author on the climate crisis. The five Endangered species in line for a boost to their protection. The Cites wildlife summit is cracking down on the trade in threatened creatures. Fracking UK site near Blackpool reports largest tremor yet. Air transport Harry and Meghan tried, but can we really make our flights carbon neutral?
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Ecologist Dating is an online dating site for people who care about environmental issues and want to meet others interested in living ethically. EcologistDating is a collaboration between Loveandfriends. Loveandfriends have been running high quality, 'niche' dating sites for 'thinking people' since and are honoured that the Ecologist wanted to team up to provide this service. The idea is to enable like-minded 'Eco friendly' people to find each other for love and friendship. Members of EcologistDating are joining an existing database of many 10,s of people from a network of other high quality sites. Look out for the 'Eco Leaf' Badges on profiles. These get assigned according to how eco friendly the computer analyses each profile to be.
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You read on the internet that farming is part of the problem, so you shop only for local organic produce at Whole Foods, and as for GMOs? You buy only organic. Organic is definitely not better for you , and it uses older, dirtier farming techniques that are, across the board, not as environmentally friendly. Contrary to rumors, organic farming uses pesticides , in some cases equally toxic pesticides that need to be applied more frequently. Additionally, that extra land that organic farming uses could have been taken up by native forests and wildlife, and instead is being used for industry.
Nick Middleton has traveled to more than seventy countries. He is the author of several travel books and the United Kingdom bestseller "Going to Extremes," He won the Royal Geographical Society's Ness Award in , in recognition of his widening the public enthusiasm for geography through travel writing. When he is not traveling or writing, he teaches geography at the University of Oxford, where he is a Fellow of St.