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Solar power in US

Countries around the world are continually looking to renewable energy to power the needs of their citizens. There are several ways which we as humans can harvest clean, renewable energy from our planet without the need to burn environment-damaging fossil fuels. One of the most popular of the green energies is solar power. As the […]

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Best Books on the Environment

The world is awash with non-fiction books relating to the environment, so much so that is is practically impossible to walk into a bookstore and find what you want. Thankfully, for you, the dontpassgas blog has looked at some of the best books about the environment and wrote about them on these pages to save […]

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Countries with the cleanest air

Countries around the world are vying to be able to declare that they have the cleanest air on the planet. They are doing this by a number of different measures including the banning of certain fossil fuels, increasing the amount of power created by renewable sources and educating its citizens. We have previously spoken about […]

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UK Could Be Heading for Cardboard Recycling Chaos

The United Kingdom could be faced with a major problem with respects to recycling cardboard and plastic in the imminent future due to new restrictions imposed by China. While people around the world are celebrating the New Year, some nursing hangovers from excessive celebrations, China is, on January 1, imposing new restrictions on the cardboard […]

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Most Polluted Cities in the World

The World Health Organization (WHO) set the air quality guideline for cities around the globe. This air quality guideline is an annual mean concentration guideline for particulate matter. Particulates are measures in PM2.5 and PM10, which is in relation to the size of the particles in the air. PM10 means the particles are smaller than […]

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Alternatives to Fossil Fuels

Since the start of the industrial revolution, humans have become reliant on the burning of fossil fuels to provide energy for machinery, heating and power for homes and businesses, and fir fuel for various methods of transportation. While the planet still has an abundance of natural gas, coal and oil, burning fossil fuels is the […]

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Which Countries Are Leading the Way With Renewable Energy

Forget what the conspiracy theorists want to fill your heads with, global warming is very real. It is happening now and although the damage is already done to our protective ozone layer, it is not too late to prevent further damage and even reverse some of the negative effects caused by mankind. Billions of tons […]

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The Greenest Cars Money Can Buy

One of the biggest pollutants of the modern world is the humble motorcar. There are more than one billion cars on the world’s roads and each of them churns out gasses that are harmful to humans and contribute to the global warming epidemic. Cars are not going anywhere; they are too integral to modern day […]

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Three famous city parks

A stroll in the park is one of life’s simple pleasures. Being at one with nature, having the sun on your back or kicking the red, brown and yellow autumn leaves can be a superb way to relieve stress and wind down after a hectic chore-filled day or after an arduous week at the office. […]

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History of the electric car

When you think of electric powered cars, what image does your mind’s eye conjure up? The famous Toyota Prius hybrid car? What about a state of the art Tesla that is packed with the latest technology and gadgets? Both would be valid responses, as would the dozens of other modern electric and hybrid cars on […]

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