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Newsletter July 17 – Save the Earth

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Newsletter July 2017 Summer is here and this month Save the Earth have been ablaze with ideas for our very first community initiative. Consider a future where cities can feed their inhabitants independently, slashing food miles and creating direct links with consumers. We believe that this future is a tangible one and that is why we…

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Newsletter June 2017 – Save the Earth

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Newsletter June 2017 Have you ever wished you could talk to animals? Do you dream about living amid nature, free of the rat face? This June at Save the Earth, we’ve been busy exploring off-grid living ideas and we even got a gorilla to speak to us! For this and more, read on …  Off-Grid Living…

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Newsletter May 2017 – Save the Earth

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Another month has flown by and it’s time for our latest edition of the Save the Earth Newsletter. If you’ve been following our blog this May, you’ll know that our article on Universal Basic Income has kindled a hot debate – what’s your standpoint on the subject? For this, plus the latest on our Ethical Business…

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Newsletter April 2017 – Save the Earth

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Spring has sprung and this month, Save the Earth are proud to introduce our budding initiative to help entrepreneurs establish ethical projects within their communities. To learn more about our founders and discover inspiring green companies working in partnership with the co-operative, read on! Our Vision We envisage a world in harmony, restored and renewed. We believe this…

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March Newsletter – Save the Earth

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Welcome to Save the Earth’s first ever newsletter! We aim to keep you up to date with our latest developments as well as providing special offers and giving you some insight into the co-operative’s inner workings. Our Ethos We believe in you – the people. Here at Save the Earth, it’s one member, one vote…

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Who Cares About the Great Barrier Reef?

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Image credit: Flickr, Kyle Taylor. Who Cares about the Great Barrier Reef? Just in case the title wasn’t obviously rhetorical, we at Save the Earth do! As the news reports that the Great Barrier Reef has experienced the biggest coral death to date, two thirds of a 700km (435m) stretch in just nine months according…

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What Can Solar Power Do?

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What is Solar Power? Quite simply, Solar Power is the conversion of sunlight into electricity. It can happen in two main different ways; directly, using what is called Photovoltaics; or, indirectly, using what is called Concentrated Solar Power. Photovoltaics converts light into an electrical current using certain light sensitive chemicals that produce voltage when exposed…

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How Can We Harness the Power of Rainwater?

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What is Rainwater Power? Imagine the average house or apartment, which is most always equipped with a rain gutter for water runoff. Now, consider turning the rainwater that runs into that gutter into electricity. Assume that when it is raining, water is collected in the gutter that surrounds a building’s roof. Now, instead of funnelling…

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What Can Wind Power Do?

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What is Wind Power? Wind power is, very easily, available by the Earth’s natural airflow. Turbines primarily produce this energy through mechanical power generators that produce electricity. Wind power is a great alternative to burning fossil fuels. It is plentiful, accessible globally, pollutant free and can operate without the use of water. It also needs…

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