Ecotourism in Namibia
Cotton-candy pink lakes in the south of France
Why sunscreen is so bad for the environment
Whales are worth quite a lot in terms of CO2 capture
This animal-only bridge is saving lives and wildlife
Artificial reefs to protect the ocean floor
hello woman of planet earth. ged rid of those cosmetic pioson (not only the packaging, more the content!) u all are beautifull. u dont have to camouflage urself! sorry, just my onion.......äääeehhm opinion..
More divisions exactly what we need? 👌
Men drive the industries that make being environmentally friendly possible.
And make up & clothes factory waste ? Ooohh yes is the fashion of feminazism. Man=evil woman=a spirit and pure criature. Hahahaha pathetic.
divide et impera .. the "new journalism" at its best
yes and I know why...
Yesss, They do. A gap exist. More than 90%of Italian women make domestic work , and...about 10% from men!!!
Depends on people not on gender..
I love the smell of shame in the morning, smells like... activism
Women = god, men = bad
First of all, every statement was subjective and sexist. Second of all, are you really speaking of women "consumption choices" as being more eco than man's when women are literally the biggest consumers overall that constantly buy the "newest fashion", buy clothes and shoes and so on when they only need few to live, and most of all many women consume so much make-up which is anti-eco and useless and you can live without it. And even if a man picks you because of your looks and make-up this wouldn't end as your dream relationship.
I found this interesting. X
Fast fashion, has got to be a huge contributor..
To change Culture issues takes more time than habits. It’s not related with routines, but with mindsets.
These should be started from birth, once men on not being educated for such “women” doings will disperse to other interests.
At least three generations are needed to start seeing such behavior changes.
So I don’t agree it’s genetic whereas more a Cultural issue.
The way this study is portrayed brings up so many questions about how these things are reported.
Here is a study focusing on Great Britain: https://www.mintel.com/press-centre/social-and-lifestyle/the-eco-gender-gap-71-of-women-try-to-live-more-ethically-compared-to-59-of-men
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