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What to do with waste products, if not feed them to animals? Organic (of or relating to an organism) waste products all compost and if you want everyone in the world to live on grains and vegetables then you want all the compost you can get. In fact, you want to start using some of the waste products that the west mostly does waste already (nightsoil). ...


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Human is quite an energy-efficient, kinda. if I remember correctly - pro bicycle riding on a closed track exercise about 0.5kwatt for about an hour - those are pro guys (there was some video on youtube about that) and not pro guys they will have a hard time being even close to that. if one is just in a good shape it is not enough. the electric car spends ...


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It depends on where you live. In many countries regulations determine when you are allowed to label a product as 'organic', but there are countries where the term organic is not subject to any laws. When organic is a protected label, this usually means that one is not allowed to use synthetic substances for example, but there are always exceptions and these ...


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Since I ate a lot of food, I asked to myself if maybe a train (dividing cost between all passenger) was more green than me! A train typically uses electricity. The emissions of electricity on the greenest grids are typically around 50 g / kWh produced. In the near future I think we can even reach zero with hydrogen energy storage and renewables. However, a ...


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FYI, even if "fresh" is an option, it may not be healthier, nor better for the environment. E.g., some notes (from https://www.motherjones.com/environment/2013/09/benefit-of-frozen-foods/) about frozen foods: Can be nutritionally equivalent, or even superior, to fresh. Some of the vitamins and minerals in produce start to degrade soon after ...


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My company Green City Living addressed this in 2014 when I invented the Bacon Sponge. It’s an absorbent towel that releases the grease when soaked in hot water and a degreaser soap like Mrs Meyer or Dawn for 15 minutes. Then it can be washed in the laundry with towels. It’s 100% cotton and biodegradable. https://greencityliving.earth/products/bacon-...


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