Environment

October 5, 2021

Denmark Is Cleverly Repurposing Old Wind Turbine Blades as Bike Shelters

With concerns about climate change mounting to a fever pitch in recent years, it’s no wonder that many countries have sought to shift their power consumption to renewable energy sources. And one of the most popular options amongst these more sustainable alternatives is wind energy. In places like Denmark—where, in 2019, more than half of its electricity was generated from wind and solar power—towering wind turbines have become a familiar fixture of the native landscape.

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September 26, 2021

90-Year-Old Fisherman Collects Plastic Pollution From the Ocean for Two Decades

By looking at Wayan Nyo’s eyes and the wrinkles in his face, you can tell almost immediately that he has an interesting story to share. He is a 90-year-old fisherman who lives in Indonesia and is part of a beautiful culture that is extremely passionate about protecting the ocean. Throughout his childhood and the decades that followed, Nyo spent his most of his life on the waters.

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August 28, 2021

Irish “Death Metal” Baron Rewilds His Historic Castle Estate to Create a Sustainable Future

Lords and ladies have long cultivated the lands of their great estates. From stag parks for hunting to plots for tenant farmers, nobility has always been largely defined by their status as landowners. Modern peers—at least those who still possess their ancestral lands—must decide how to continue this legacy. One young Irish baron is taking an ancient commitment to land stewardship seriously.

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