The Sea Turtle Preservation Society recently announced the grand opening of their new building, the Turtle Nest, located outside Cruise Terminal One in Port Canaveral, Florida.
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Mission Clean Beaches was created to bring light to the negative impacts of marine debris, especially to our wildlife through public outreach, education, action, and advocacy.
The Sea Turtle Preservation Society, an all-volunteer organization whose mission is helping sea turtles survive, recently launched their new marketing and public relations team, taking a giant leap forward in spreading their important message to a world-wide audience.
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Since 2002, Howard Northrup, LMT has helped thousands of people recover from muscle pains, aches, limited movement, old injuries, and many other ailments. Using a highly specialized therapeutic technique, Howard skillfully attends to many soft tissue conditions not often treated by other therapies
RXBAR, a small, Chicago-based protein bar company known for their simple, “no B.S.” ingredients, has recently sold their company to Kellogg for $600 million, showing America that healthier, non-intrusive options have never been in higher demand in today’s food market.
Carlsberg, an international Danish brewing company, has recently unveiled their Snap Pack, a new replacement for the infamous plastic rings used to bind bottles and cans, taking a remarkable leap forward for sustainability and greatly reducing plastic waste.
Is the ever rising wave of textile waste a tsunami for the fashion industry, or will it be the ride of our lives?
There are mountains of waste environmental minds are not addressing, at least not in a way other recyclables are treated. Every year the US produces over 25 billion tons of textile waste, largely due to consumers embrace of the fast fashion market.