A carbon footprint is an extensively used term these days which describes the impact on nature owing to the emissions of carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous, carbon monoxide, etc. that constitute greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.
The radical changes to global climate caused by the increasing amount of releases of heat-trapper greenhouse gases are witnessed through different effects on the Earth’s environment: escalation of global temperature, acid raid, shrinking of ice sheets and glaciers due to melting and increasing sea levels among others.
I’m a gardening expert and there are four plants that’ll help keep mould out of your house this winter
FINDING mould and damp in your home is any homeowner’s worst nightmare – it can not only be costly but unsightly, too.
And with the cost-of-living crisis affecting households up and down the country, many can’t afford to fork out on dehumidifiers that they may have relied on previously.
But luckily, there’s a very simple and cheap alternative solution.
According to gardening expert Chris Bonnett, from GardeningExpress.co.uk, choosing the right houseplant can actually help to reduce mould by reducing the moisture levels in the air – all while making an eye-catching addition to your home.
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It is already clear that significant progress on mitigating climate change can be achieved through a move to zero-carbon energy, reducing deforestation and adjusting how we grow food and what we eat. Renewable energy is increasingly becoming cheaper to produce than fossil fuels – one recent Oxford University study suggests that replacing fossil fuels with clean energy could bring global savings of up to $12 trillion by 2050. And the International Energy Agency has found that there is now more employment in ‘clean energy’ – including renewables, electric vehicles, energy efficiency and nuclear power – than in the fossil fuel industry, so the economic argument alone should provide sufficient incentive for rapid decarbonisation of the energy system.