Third time’s a charm. I started this introduction twice before, but it morphed into a moan, and honestly who wants to read a moan? So I closed the laptop lid, waiting for a mood change before putting digital pen to digital paper again. Today I had a lovely walk through a sunny, tree-filled park with a friend that is refreshingly real and authentic. Funny how everything seems brighter when we nurture our needs.
Here’s some nurturing news to help lift your soul this week. Enjoy.
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Scientist develop drug for Parkinson made from shell waste
A reporters experience of trying to eat only Irish food for one month.
Since Donald Trump took office, the clean energy sector in the United States has employed nearly three times as many people as the fossil fuels industry, and between 2016 and 2019, renewables added more than double the jobs that fossil fuels did.
A helpful tool to organise a secret Santa virtually this year
Don’t like to use vinegar for cleaning, use citric acid instead
French startup can convert fossil fuel car to an electric car in 4 hours. The process costs around €4,820 (€3,120 with French EV incentives).
Want to start growing food in your school? The Grow at School initiative that can help.
For the second year in a row Iceland says it will not be hunting any whales, thanks to changing public opinion and falling consumption of whale meat.
Plant food made from human waste now available in Switzerland!
17 pumpkin recipes from some well known UK chefs
Samoan government commits to protect 30 percent of Samoa’s ocean by 2025 up from 1%
An app to help you find eco-friendly businesses in France
Want to see images of the earth when you open up a new browser tab! Here’s a browser extension that will do that for you.
AIB are the first Irish bank to aim for carbon neutrally by 2030, using a “net-zero’’ approach.