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Researchers find microplastic in any mineral water

2019-03-05T18:13:02+01:005. March 2019|Uncategorized|

Using new measuring methods, scientists have examined mineral waters for, particularly small plastic particles. Even the researchers were surprised by the results. Microplastics does not only float in rivers, lakes and oceans. Our mineral water also contains the finest plastic particles, which cannot be seen with the naked eye. This is shown [...]

Drinking water will not be privatised

2019-01-29T18:51:22+01:0029. January 2019|Positive News|

Drinking water will not be privatised In response to protests against the feared privatisation of drinking water in Germany, EU Commissioner Michel Barnier wants to exclude the water supply from the controversial EU Concession Directive. "Although such a risk never existed, citizens have indeed gained this impression and expressed their views on [...]

Microplastic is everywhere: 83 percent of our drinking water is contaminated

2019-01-29T18:52:13+01:0029. January 2019|Gesundheit|

Almost all drinking water samples contained microplasty The fact that the seas are full of plastic waste is well known. But our drinking water is also contaminated with microplastics. Worldwide, 83 percent of tap water contains tiny plastic parts that enter our bodies unhindered in this way. The health effects have been little researched. [...]

Out with pesticides, in with wildflowers.

2019-01-29T18:53:59+01:0029. January 2019|Umwelt|

Wildflower strips allow the spread of pest-eating insects in the fields, thus reducing the need for pesticides. Von roten Mohnblumen bis hin zu blauen Kornblumen sind diese Wildblumen, die sich durch ein Feld in der Schweiz schlängeln, kein malerischer Zufall. Sie bilden einen von 100 Streifen, die dort durch die Felder gepflanzt werden, um [...]

Costa Rica: bans fossil fuels and becomes the world’s first decarbonized society

2019-01-29T18:54:48+01:0029. January 2019|Positive News|

During his inaugural speech last week, the new president of Costa Rica announced an ambitious plan to make the country a pioneer in the fight against climate change. When thousands of voters gathered in San Jose for 38-year-old Carlos Alvarado's inaugural ceremony, he announced his intentions to completely ban the use of fossil fuels [...]

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