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The cashew milk market touched USD 37.8 million in 2020 and is projected to hit an compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.0% from 2020 to 2027. Mounting awareness of the host of benefits associated with cashew milk, including boosted heart health, prevention of iron deficiency, controlled blood sugar, better eye health, and skin health, will only enhance its demand. LIn this article, we'll explore how cashew milk is grown, its health benefits, and emerging market trends. Let's find out if it's healthier than almond milk. Dig deeper → 3 min
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How does water affect your immune system? Since the pandemic in 2020, many people seem to be more mindful of health and wellness, especially regarding the immune system. So we thought it would be beneficial to take a closer look at how The good news is there are plenty of things people can do to optimize their immune system. Eat healthily, exerce regularly, sleep 7-9 hours, take supplements such as Vitamin C, Zinc, and Vitamin D, and ensure you’re getting plenty of clean drinking water down the hatch daily. But could your drinking water be sabotaging all of your efforts?  Dig deeper -> 3 min
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Here's my case for why nuclear energy is better than solar and wind energy.

Like most things in life, the global energy debate is political. When an idea or practice becomes political, the information that represents that idea or practice flows through filters of carefully constructed narratives supported or rejected by its stakeholders.

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The world's coral reefs provide food to millions; they protect and create land. Coral reefs serve as essential sources of pharmacological study and information. They are intrinsically valuable and beautiful features of our unique (perhaps singularly so) complex-life-supporting planet.
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A new report from the WHO and UNICEF shows that 1.8 billion people now have access to clean drinking water since 2000, yet billions are left behind. The lack of clean water disproportionately affects women, girls, and the poorest people, especially developing countries.

Why is this still an issue in 2022? What can we do for clean water in the future?

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Europe faces an energy crisis, with short-term gas prices five times higher in the first quarter of 2022 than their 2021 average. The trouble, brought on by a myriad of factors, but most recently exacerbated by the war in Ukraine, underlines the risks of relying too heavily on fossil fuels. Nuclear energy can provide some much-needed help in Europe.

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Cannabis farms around the US use carbon offsets to lower their environmental impact and claim sustainable certifications. Many criticize carbon offset programs as a band-aid solution to climate issues, as they allow broken operations and supply chains to persist through the purchase of carbon credits.

We’re taking a closer look at carbon offsets for cannabis farms to determine if carbon offset programs do more harm than good.

Farmer’s potential to reverse climate change

Farmers play a crucial role in reversing climate change as agriculture produces 9% of U.S. emissions, yet forests sequester 11-15% of annual emissions. Regenerative agriculture practices and environmentally friendly staple crops have the potential to sequester all excess carbon produced by humans by restoring the soil through proper land management.

President Joe Biden recently proposed a carbon market to pay farmers for ‘carbon farming’ as part of the Climate 21 Project.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has suggested a carbon bank that would finance the carbon credits by guaranteeing farmers a set amount of money – about $10-$30 per ton of CO2 stored in the earth.… Read the rest

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Last week, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its sixth assessment report on the state of climate science.

The latest report from the UN-sponsored body spoke of humanity's "unequivocal" contribution to climate change. Media headlines followed with phrases like "code red", "catastrophe", "frightening", "hell", paired with images of burning forests.

Humans may be screwed, but here's why I'm still optimistic about Earth's future.

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