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Our Horrifyingly Unhealthy Environment Is Killing Millions Of Parties Each year

Published in Odd and Fun on 2nd December 2017

It’s no secret that the Earth is in dire straits. Photos of the waterways in Rio de Janeiro, still reeking of sewage despite a years-long cleanup programme ahead of this summer’s Olympics, attest just how difficult it can be to fix what humanity has fouled. The human fee of all this contamination and termination is […]

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Oysters are making a comeback in the polluted irrigates around New York City

Published in Odd and Fun on 27th November 2017

A coalition of bivalve enthusiasts is trying to revive oyster agriculture in water that is beset by litter and raw sewage The oysters in the Hudson River around the Statue of Liberty are some of the plumpest and fastest growing Crassostrea virginica in all of the members of New York harbor. Fitting it should be […]

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. HETAG 1 TT RTAG 1 TT They should hear about Tangier Island . HTAG 2 TT”Full Frontal With Samantha Bee” correspondent Allana Harkin recently traveled to Tangier Island.HETAG 2 TT RTAG 6 TT Along the mode, she learned a few techniques for having productive conversations with climate change issues doubters .. Some occupants interviewed reeled their eyes at Harkin when she stated that she believed in things like climate change issues and evolution, and others suggested that even if ATAG 7 TTclimate change is RTAG 10 TTWhen Harkin asked what steps she could take to convince the individuals who squabble climate discipline on the basis of religious grounds, Hayhoe highlighted the importance of listening , not just lecturing, and asking for their HTAG 5 TTWatch the “What’s Happening to Tangier Island” segment from “Full Frontal With Samantha Bee” below.HETAG 5 TT DTAG 13 TTDTAG 14 TTDTAG 15 TT Solar automobiles might be impressive. But vegan diets are better for the planet | Leilani Munter

Published in Odd and Fun on 20th November 2017

It is not enough to cut down on fossil fuel radiations. Its also important to think about how meat consumption impairments the environment As health professionals race car operator, Im all too aware of the impact driving has on countries around the world. Thats why I dont work with any fossil fuel corporations and, since […]

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‘Wow , no cow’: the Swedish farmer employing oats to stimulate milk

Published in Odd and Fun on 16th November 2017

Swedish liquors company facilitates farmer alter away from livestock farming and cut climate impact with his own oat milk brand Adam Arnesson, 27, is not your customary milk producer. For starters, he doesn’t have any dairy kine. Our first photo opportunity is in the middle of one of his the sectors of oats. Until last […]

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US terminates efforts to end world-wide sell of polar make duties

Published in Odd and Fun on 3rd November 2017

US Fish and Wildlife Work to change focus to climate change issues gists on carries, which Canada welcomes as it opposed prohibition as the risk to hunting and Inuit practices The US government has calmly dropped its campaign for an international forbid in the transaction of polar allow divisions, which would have given the practice […]

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Millions of mysterious ‘sea pickles’ moras US west coast

Published in Odd and Fun on 27th October 2017

Huge and unexplained blush has fishers racing to save their nets, and scientists hastening to study the rare animal A rare, tiny naval being known as the unicorn of the sea has swarmed in its millions on the west coast of America, spoiling fishermens nets and mystifying scientists who are scrambling to be informed about […]

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Big-hearted petroleum v orcas: Canadians fight pipeline that menaces killer whales on the brink

Published in Odd and Fun on 9th October 2017

Conservationists say the proposed Trans Mountain Expansion project constitutes the greatest jeopardy hitherto to a killer whale person on the edge of extinction On one shore “theres” snow-capped mountains. On the other side tower towering skyscrapers. These churning liquids off the coast of Vancouver are distinguished by a constant flow of shuttles and containers carries […]

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Oysters are making a comeback in the polluted irrigates around New York City

Published in Odd and Fun on 1st October 2017

A coalition of bivalve fanatics is trying to revive oyster farm in irrigate that is beset by scum and raw sewage The oysters in the Hudson River around the Statue of Liberty are some of the plumpest and fastest growing Crassostrea virginica in all of the members of New York harbor. Fitting it should be […]

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It’s bananas to chuck out perfectly good fruit | Michele Hanson

Published in Odd and Fun on 26th September 2017

Instead of rebuffing billions of commemorated bananas every week we should be mashing them, baking them or using them to answer lifes big questions Ridiculous news. Britons throw out 1.4 m edible bananas every day, apparently because they have small black, brown or dark-green brands on the skin. Yes, even a bit of light-green. What […]

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Polar countenances forgetting weight as Arctic sea ice thaws, Canadian analyse learns

Published in Odd and Fun on 19th September 2017

Between 1984 and 2009 the weight of female tolerates in Ontario fell by over 10% while climate change issues signified they had 30 fewer days a year to hunt seal on ice Three decades of melting ocean ice has led to significant weight loss among the worlds southernmost person of polar carries, new data from […]

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