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Cop26

COP26 summit aimed to discuss climate changes and create a framework to transition to more sustainable systems. But why then are environmentalists saying the world leaders are just greenwashing?

clean fruit and vegetables

Every year The Environmental Working Group tests 46,000 produce samples based on the guidelines of the US Department of Agriculture and the Food and Drug Administration.

Pesticides on Produce

The Dirty Dozen list shows fruits and vegetables that have the most pesticides sprayed on them in 2021. Find out which produce is best to buy organic.

Cleopatra beauty hack

Cleopatra is one of the most iconic queens of all time. She was known for taking her beauty routine very seriously and tried various beauty hacks. *Image copyright: Cleopatra (1917), Theda Bara in the film Cleopatra, 1917.

Spittlebug Facts

Spittlebugs are one of the main spreaders for the Xylella Fastidiosa bacteria. Here are some interesting facts that you might not know about the Spittlebugs.

historical Olive tree in Puglia

Olive trees have become a part of Puglia's identity through its long and colorful history. Despite the environmental challenges the region faces today, if we look back, we see glimmers hope. Nature is always healing itself and regenerating.

buy the right olive oil

Olive oil has proven to be one of the healthiest fats that one can consume in a balanced diet. But not all oils are made equal.

Pesticides

From the time humans started farming, combating invasive weeds and insects has been a vital chore to producing a good yield. Pesticides are used abundantly in developed countries. What are their effects on your health?

Mediterranean diet

There have been hundreds of studies that prove that consuming a Mediterranean diet has many health benefits. The diet has shown to improve heart health, cognitive ability, aging, and weight loss. It's also proved to help reduce the risk of some major illnesses such as cancer, diabetes, obesity, Alzheimers and cardiovascular diseases.

Where has Xylella been found

The Xylella Fastidiosa Bacteria is believed to have originated in the Americas. Today the Xylella Fastidiosa Bacteria's presence has been confirmed in 16 countries worldwide.

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