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The water you use to cook pasta can be used to water your plants and flowers, and will help you save some water .
After cooking your pasta, the water is full of starch, which is rich in minerals and vitamins.
It is ideal to help grow your plants and flowers in your garden or in inside your home.
Just make sure that the water is not salted, and has cooled down before.
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 Would you like to go to a sustainable concert by @coldplay?
Coldplay’s next tour will partly be powered by a dancefloor that generates electricity when fans jump up and down, and pedal power at the venues.
It’s part of a 12-point plan to cut their carbon footprint, two years after the band pledged not to tour until they could do so in a more sustainable way.
Measures include building sets from bamboo, using solar energy, planting a tree for every ticket sold and many other great initiatives!
However, this doesn’t solve everything. Most touring emissions come from the travelling involved. Coldplay pledge to minimise air travel and use “sustainable aviation fuel” where flying is unavoidable, but that’s far from perfect.
“We don’t have any argument against that,” Martin told the BBC of the criticism the band have received for continuing to fly.
What do you think? Should we encourage Coldplay and hope this becomes the new norm in touring? Or do you think this is all just greenwashing?
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