Interview: Mark May of Ecosmart World

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Each month GreenWorld365 will spotlight people, businesses, or organizations that are making strides towards greening our world. This month we interview Mark May of Ecosmartworld. 1. Tell us your story! How did you get interested in living a green lifestyle? I’ve been living in Beautiful British Columbia, Canada most of my life where it’s hard […]

Another Floating “Garbage Patch” Discovered in the Atlantic

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From time to time, the pitfalls of our disposable society and its failure to properly recycle can come to light in a big way. Research teams recently presented findings detailing the discovery of a tremendous “garbage patch” occupying thousands of square miles of the Atlantic Ocean. A similar concentration of ocean-going trash, twice the size […]

California Businesses Could Save Enough Water to Supply Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco

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In the midst of a third consecutive dry year, California’s water supply continues to shrink as the state’s population grows, but according to a new report by the Natural Resources Defense Council, the state’s commercial, industrial and institutional (CII) sector has the tools to save more than enough water to meet the annual needs of Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego combined. Some leading California businesses and institutions are already catching on – saving water and money at the same time.