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Bicycle tyres cycle tyres bike tyres custom built wheels tyres
Greentyre have been producing bicycle tyres in microcellular polyurethane for over 2 decades. Sales are truly worldwide and the technology so successful that many have tried to copy the innovation and creativity that started in the UK with the team at Greentyre in 1991.
bicycle  tyres  environment 
1 hour ago by timbeadle
The Pachamama Alliance
They aim to generate a critical mass of conscious commitment by bridging the indigenous and modern worlds.

About:
"Pachamama Alliance is a global community that offers people the chance to learn, connect, engage, travel and cherish life for the purpose of creating a sustainable future that works for all.

With roots deep in the Amazon rainforest, our programs integrate indigenous wisdom with modern knowledge to support personal, and collective, transformation that is the catalyst to bringing forth an environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling, socially just human presence on this planet."

Started 1995 by Bill & Lynne Twist.

Their partner in China who localised presenter's manual and video subtitles to Chinese is Huadao Eco-village / SDC in Chengdu / Sichuan.

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2 hours ago by eocas
This Songbird Is Nearly Extinct in the Wild. An International Treaty Could Help Save It — but Won’t. - The New York Times
Over a quarter of the species threatened by commercial trade are not protected by Cites, the global agreement intended to save them.
environment 
6 hours ago by noiseguy
Sometimes Wiping Out Badgers Helped. Sometimes It Didn’t. Why? - The New York Times
Culling wildlife is one way to curb the spread of disease among domestic animals. A new study shows why its effects are often limited.
science  environment 
6 hours ago by noiseguy
Dead Whale Found With 88 Pounds of Plastic Inside Body in the Philippines - The New York Times
The whale’s grisly death renewed focus on the problem of plastics ending up in oceans. The Philippines is the third-biggest contributor of such waste.
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6 hours ago by noiseguy
Patagonia's new company mission is to save the planet
“But with regenerative agriculture, there’s been studies that have shown that if we did our agriculture the right way, we could capture more carbon than we’re emitting. Period.”
climate  climatechange  agriculture  ecology  environment 
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