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Green, living spaces

Life is gaining a deeper meaning. Climate change and drought make us look at the lack of rain with concern. This means that the value of water increases, which would not happen if there was too much of it. The shortage of H2O molecules shows us what we would become without intact flora and fauna. Might that make us more careful in the way we handle nature?

Racing to a standstill

What would happen if we could use the railways, metro and buses for free? If we drove our cars less, we would use fewer fossil fuels, we would emit less CO2 and would have more money for nice birthday presents. Instead of wasting our lives looking for parking spaces and sitting in traffic jams, we would buy or borrow a good bicycle. We would reduce the number of our problems if we were a bit happier while out and about getting on with our lives.

Adeus staples

What would happen if we could use the railways, metro and buses for free? If we drove our cars less, we would use fewer fossil fuels, we would emit less CO2 and would have more money for nice birthday presents. Instead of wasting our lives looking for parking spaces and sitting in traffic jams, we would buy or borrow a good bicycle. We would reduce the number of our problems if we were a bit happier while out and about getting on with our lives.

Good honey is becoming expensive

Scientific studies show that the number of flying insects has declined by over 75% over the last 30 years. The disappearance of insects is followed by a drop in the number of birds and small animals. If we reject the poisonous practices of industrial agriculture and want to change, we should learn how to do permaculture and become self-sufficient. Always question, question and question, be it in a restaurant, a shop or at the market, where our food comes from and how it was cultivated.

Sustainable banking in Portugal?

In Portugal, time sometimes passes more slowly than in other parts of Europe. For five years, the founding of an alternative bank that finances green, sustainable projects in the alternative economy has not got off the ground. Yet now Triodos Bank from the Netherlands is expanding in Europe. It is a well-established green bank working in five European countries with a branch system. Coming soon to Portugal, in different languages, like ECO123? We’ll keep an eye on this and will keep you informed
www.triodos.com/en/about-triodos-bank/who-we-are/
www.gabv.org[/box]

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