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The (endo) crime of the century

The (endo) crime of the century

Endocrine disruptors are molecules that can hijack our endocrine system by mimicking natural hormones our body produces. Those hormones travel through our organs until they encounter a receptor to which they can bind.

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Ice cubes in your Bellini, what else ?

Ice cubes in your Bellini, what else ?

The man in the bright blue overall has dropped his large backpack at the side of the Dranse de Ferret, a tumultuous mountain torrent close to La Fouly, in canton Valais, Switzerland.

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Climate Change

Climate Change

Rain is pouring down in unprecedented quantities this summer over central Europe. Dense. Tropical. Excessive. Fueling the discussion about climate change, of course, and some chronic contradictory statements.

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Weather resistant comfort

Weather resistant comfort

I like to walk in the woods when it’s drizzling. It’s that great atmosphere: patches of low hanging clouds hiding the top of the hills, huge pines whose tops disappear in the sky, water droplets on every needle and every leaf of every tree.

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Any Plastic Kills

Any Plastic Kills

The problems are manifold: from production to distribution, from dyeing to washing, from marketing to end of life, from influence on the metabolism to the release of micro particles. 

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Let them fart

Let them fart

I was doing some research the other day on the ecological footprint of various natural fibers used in the garment industry, when I stumbled upon an article mentioning the effects on climate change caused by the gases released during digestion of grass-feeding animals, such as sheep and other ruminants.

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