Plastic-Free Lego!

September 10, 2015 by  
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Lego is one of those rare toys that has managed to remain popular for decades, outlasting many of its contemporaries and even surviving the onslaught of tech-based games in recent years. If I’m completely honest, I haven’t always been a big fan of…

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Colorful Lobster Trio a "1 in 900 Quintillion" Sight

October 14, 2010 by  
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Images courtesy of the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk That’s ‘9’ followed by 20 zeroes The probability of a lobster being born with a blue shell are about 1 in a million. For a calico or pumpkin-orange colored lobster, the odds are in the excess of 1 in 30 million. The chances of seeing all three variations in one place — well, let’s just say it’s mind-bogglingly slim

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The Dairy Industry and the 2 Percent Solution

September 24, 2010 by  
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What’s the carbon footprint of a glass of milk? It’s more than a mere trivia question.

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U.K. Grocery Sector Makes Progress Hitting Waste Targets

September 24, 2010 by  
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U.K. supermarkets and grocery brands have prevented the creation of 1.2 million tonnes of food and packaging waste during the first five years of the Courtauld Commitment.

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