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Everyone knows to stock up with non-perishable foods if a hurricane is coming their way, but how do you hold onto the food that’s already in your fridge and freezer? After all, letting all that food spoil can lead to losses of hundreds of dollars, so start by cooking and eating your most expensive foods first. According to Business Insider, if you think you’re likely to have a power outage, get prepared by having ice coolers ready to store food if the power is out for more than four hours.

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We have investigated so called environmental friendly shrimp farming in Ecuador, and our recommendation is simply: don’t eat tropical shrimp, even if they th. Shrimp is Ecuador’s second…

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This is a tiger prawn. Also known as a giant prawn or a jumbo shrimp. Now if you love sushi you ll probably find one of these little devils on your plate. Th…

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Sea Breeze Farm takes an organic approach to farming, and has embraced the latest technology from FileMaker.
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Shrimp is Ecuador’s second largest non-oil export. The Ecuadorian shrimp industry employs almost 180000 workers in the 5 coastal provinces. For every job cr…

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A new method of farming coral could save reefs from damage of pollution, climate change, and storms.

Coral reefs, one of the world’s oldest ecosystem, face a consant threat of destruction or degradation, but a new project aims to replace and restore the vital organisms.

Al Jazeera’s Andy Gallacher reports from the world’s largest reef restoration programme in the Florida Keys.

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This is a tiger prawn. Also known as a giant prawn or a jumbo shrimp. Now, if you love sushi, you’ll probably find one of these little devils on your plate. These large shrimps often comes from Asia, And, to keep them fresh, juicy and bacteria free, they are pumped full of antibiotics and then soaked in posioness chemicals. Delicious… But that’s not where the madness ends, because tiger prawns also happens to be one of the world’s worst environmental hazards! So here’s what happens: Big companies flatten large areas of precious mangrove forests to build damms for prawn farming. They use diesel pumps to provide the prawns with fresh water whilst the environment is completely destroyed. The big companies then move their farms to a new site and they start all over again. So, what’s left is a broken eco system, a black market industry, people living in poverty and fear and what other totally useless horrible things. It’s absolutely true. That’s how bad tiger prawns are, even if they are labeled organic. So, now, if you only want to do one teeny tiny thing that will contribute to a better world, keep tiger prawns off your plate! This video is proudly presented to you by SSNC! Read about our work with environmental organisations around the world: www.naturskyddsforeningen.se This is our campaign on Facebook (in swedish) antiscampi.se Production company filmtecknarna.se

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Toronto’s Riverdale Farm is receiving a $25,000 donation from a private Canadian family foundation — an infusion of much-needed funds for the urban farm.
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This is a tiger prawn. Also known as a giant prawn or a jumbo shrimp. Now, if you love sushi, you’ll probably find one of these little devils on your plate. These large shrimps often comes from Asia, And, to keep them fresh, juicy and bacteria free, they are pumped full of antibiotics and then soaked in posioness chemicals. Delicious… But that’s not where the madness ends, because tiger prawns also happens to be one of the world’s worst environmental hazards! So here’s what happens: Big companies flatten large areas of precious mangrove forests to build damms for prawn farming. They use diesel pumps to provide the prawns with fresh water whilst the environment is completely destroyed. The big companies then move their farms to a new site and they start all over again. So, what’s left is a broken eco system, a black market industry, people living in poverty and fear and what other totally useless horrible things. It’s absolutely true. That’s how bad tiger prawns are, even if they are labeled organic. So, now, if you only want to do one teeny tiny thing that will contribute to a better world, keep tiger prawns off your plate! This video is proudly presented to you by SSNC! www.naturskyddsforeningen.se Go to our campaign site: antiscampi.se Production company filmtecknarna.se

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