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Topic - How is Ethanol Made?
Introduction - Recycling is an effective way of reducing the environmental impact of plastic. However, it’s only the first step in a longer process that can be improved. Here are seven facts about plastic that might surprise you and help you take action to reduce its impact on the environment even more.
Reducing our plastic footprint has become a major topic in many parts of the world. In particular, we have seen a lot of focus on recycling and reducing single-use plastics such as straws, cutlery, and drinking bottles. This is because they are among the most damaging types of plastic when it comes to their environmental impact.
In this article, you will learn why recycling alone isn’t enough to mitigate the negative impacts of plastic production, use, and disposal; why extended producer responsibility is important; how biodegradable plastics aren’t necessarily eco-friendly; and much more about this important topic.
Language - English
- By extracting it from natural sources
By fermenting sugars
By processing bio-mass (plant matter)
How to make ethanol from natural sources
How to ferment sugars to produce ethanol
How to make ethanol from bio-mass (plant matter)
- By fermenting natural sugars
By processing starchy foods
Using cellulose based materials
How is Ethanol Made from Natural Sugars?
How is Ethanol Made From Starchy Foods?
How is Ethanol Made Using Cellulose Based Materials?
Topic - 7 Things You Didn’t Know About Plastic (and Recycling)
Introduction - Ethanol is an alcohol that can be made from a variety of sources. These include natural sugars such as those found in fruit or from crops like corn, sugar cane, or even starchy materials like grain husks. The fermentation process that creates ethanol from these sugars is the same one used to make beer, wine, and other types of liquor. It’s just on a much larger scale!
All the different methods for creating ethanol involve some type of fermentation. In general, there are three main ways that ethanol can be produced:
Language - English
7 things you (probably) didn’t know about plastic and recycling
- Recycling is only the first step in a longer process
- Only 9% of all plastic is actually recycled
- Only a small fraction of recycled plastic ends up in products
- Most of the environmental impact comes from producing new plastic
- Biodegradable plastics are not necessarily eco-friendly
- The recycling process has its own environmental impact
- Extended producer responsibility is key to furthering recycling
Recycling Isn’t the Only Way of Reducing Plastic Footprint
The Environmental Impact of Manufacturing New Plastic is High
Extended Producer Responsibility Is Incredibly Important
Biodegradable Plastics Aren’t Always Environmentally Friendly
Recycled Plastic Is Still Plastic
Topic - The Realities of the Leather Industry and How to Fight Back
Introduction - When you think of the leather industry, what do you see? Leather jackets, maybe? Maybe a car upholstered in leather? Think again. The actual production process for both of these things is not as glamorous as we may think. In fact, it’s rather gruesome and inhumane.
In this blog post, we will explore the realities of the leather industry and how you can fight back against such cruelty. From slaughterhouse processes to supply chains and more, read on to learn more about what goes into your clothing and how you can help change it for the better.
Language - English
- The horrid realities of the leather industry
Animal slaughter for leather
Exploring the cruel reality of leather production
Where does all that waste go?
How you can help fight back
- The Grueling Truth About Leather Production
Why Is Leather So Cruel?
Finding Vegan and Cruelty-Free Alternatives to Leather
How You Can Help Stop the Suffering in the Leather Industry
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