One Green Deed A Day News Blog
Oceans are amazing, but over the last decades, we have caused severe damage to the oceans and their wonderful inhabitants:
Overfishing, pollution, coastal destruction and the rise in water temperature due to climate change disrupts the greatest ecosystem of all.
But all life is connected to the oceans. It is therefore of utmost importance to protect these gigantic habitats and all creatures that live within the oceans.
There is a global waste crisis. We produce way too much waste and it is going to get worse unless drastic measures are taken. It is up to all of us to avoid waste whenever possible and to contribute to a better waste management.
We talk about how much waste we produce, why waste is bad and what we can do about it.
Christian Stock is an actor from Cologne, Germany. A few years ago, he started to use his spare time to do something for the environment. He founded the “K.R.A.K.E.” – the Cologne Rhine Clean-up Commando Division (the German version of the name obviously starts with...
The tropical rainforest foundation OroVerde told us 10 easy green deeds to protect the rainforests. These green deeds can all be implemented in our everyday lives without great sacrifices.
One Green Deed A Day spoke to the tropical rainforest foundation OroVerde that supports and campaigns for the preservation of tropical rainforests. In our interview, rainforest experts explained to us the importance of rainforests and which measures really help to protect them.
Even somebody who is only remotely interested in nature must be fascinated by the beauty and abundance of life in rainforests. That alone, of course, is a good enough reason to do everything we can to protect rainforests.
But there are plenty of other reasons why rainforests are important for us and for our planet. We will give you an overview of these reasons as well as the dangers and threats to rainforests.