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Iconic sea arch from Game of Thrones collapses

 A couple of months ago, the world famous sea arch in Malta collapsed during a storm. Moments after it happened, Prime Minister, Joseph Muscat described the event as “heartbreaking” in a tweet.

The 50m Azure Window, located near Dwejra Bay in Gozo, was one of the Maltese Islands' most distinctive sites. It attracted thousands of tourists every year.

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Travelling Sustainably

Normally, when you think of travel, you are hard pressed to think or associate it with “sustainability” or “green”. Instead, you’d probably think big flying machine in the sky spraying CO2 and other harmful greenhouse gases into the ozone layer and on everything it comes across. Granted, planes do leave behind a significant carbon footprint. It presently accounts for four to nine per cent of the total climate change impact of human activity. However, there are things that can be done to travel just a bit more sustainably. Ideally, it would be best for no one to travel with planes AT ALL.

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Tree Hugger

 

Billions of trees are cut down every year to satisfy man’s inordinate and excessive demand for paper. And a lot of this paper ends up idly in massive heaps and piles all around our offices and homes.

Rusted Pride

  1. More than 100 eco-friendly Olympic medals won at the Rio Games last year have been sent back because they are rusting and decaying. The medals were hailed as a masterpiece of sustainability because they used recycled materials in place of traditional precious metals. However, less than 12 months after they were handed out, a substantial number of the prizes are already the worse for wear.

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Why Paper?

 

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