Here’s some of the stories that have captured Life & Soul Magazine’s attention this week:
Kenyan schools adopt environmental education – Over 170 schools near critical Mau Forest have incorporated a tailored curriculum to teach children about environmental conservation, The Independent reports.
New park pioneers a model for green spaces through sustainable designs – The inspiration behind the Earvin “Magic” Johnson Park was to transform a widely used community park into something more sustainable, including the use of storm water systems, Storm Water Solutions writes.
Urban hedgehog numbers are growing after decades of decline thanks to wildlife-friendly gardens – Report finds that creating ‘hedgehog corridors’ and providing food and drink is driving up the creatures’ numbers, iNews reports.
‘Alohilani Resort To Become Hawaii’s First Carbon-Neutral Hotel – Oahu’s ‘Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach has announced that it has committed to becoming the state of Hawaii’s first fully carbon-neutral hotel property, according to Forbes.
Ford launches separate EV business – Ford’s overarching EV goal is for one-third of all global sales to be accounted for by EVs by 2026, increasing to one-half of global sales by 2030, according to Tech Crunch.
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Rosa Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief. She writes about lifestyle including sustainable and green living