Ocean pollution is no laughing matter

Rob Lang gives a voice to marine life and enables us to reflect about the impact that human behavior has on other living beings. Because disposable plastic is an immense problem for our oceans, all kinds of animals are vulnerable to the issue invading their natural habitats
Ocean pollution is no laughing matter Rob Lang gives a voice to

Ocean pollution is no laughing matter

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Tom's Island

A Mix of Old & New Ecosystems
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Le blob fascine les chercheurs

Le blob est un organisme unicellulaire méconnu qui n’est ni plante, ni champignon, ni animal. Mais un peu des trois à la fois. Il vit habituellement dans les sous-bois où il mange des champignons.
Louis Alienalov
The wildfire situation is worsening in Portugal, and over 60 people have lost their lives due to this devastation.
Anupam Ghosh
Paul Sheppard
Martha Romo
Ancient wales could hear both on land and underwater! Watch to find out more
Matthias Halwart (FAO), explains that combining rice and fish farming practices help support rural and indigenous communities by addressing issues of poverty, as well as improving food and nutrition security.
Matthias Halwart FAO explains that combining rice and fish farming practices help

Asia-Pacific: Farming Rice and Fish Together to Reduce Poverty | Inter Press Service

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Centre Visionnaire Cebabu Burundi
This island once had one tree... look at it now!
This past Saturday was World Day to Combat Desertification, and we wanted to take a moment to celebrate the countries that are striving and making a difference in their communities against land degradation and desertification issues. India is committing to achieve land degradation by 2030, by focusing their attention on sustainable land and resource management for livelihood generation at a...
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Ever heard of the Pink Amazonian Dolphin?

In the Amazon River, there is a species called Boto which adapted to the special ecosystem quite a long time ago. It is a River Dolphin and is able to catch fish in tangled branches and crabs in the mud.
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It's a bird - It's a plane -No it's a... walking fish?
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Oscar Trujillo
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Today is World Day to Combat Desertification. Families and their children across the globe are forced out of their communities every year due to degraded land and desertification. Let’s remember the significance and opportunities land plays in the daily lives of millions of people around the world. #2017WDCD @UNCCD
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Today is World Day to Combat Desertification Families and their children across
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Sustainable food forests instead of parks

A food forest is a forest full of plants that grow food like eggplants, lemons, pomegranates and strawberries. Not only do participants benefit from healthy food, but also from the community that is created around the initiative!
Sustainable food forests instead of parks

Why we should plant food forests instead of gardens

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What exactly will climate change do?

We already know about the melting glaciers and extreme weather events, but bumpy plane rides, more frequent volcanic eruptions are some of the possible effects that can be expected in the near future.

Climate change will actually alter so much more than we have previously imagined.
What exactly will climate change do We already know about the melting

10 incredible things climate change will do | DW Environment | DW | 05.05.2017

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Debojit Phukan
Adrian Grenier is the latest UN Environment Goodwill Ambassador!

His latest endeavor, the Lonely Whale Foundation was created in December 2015 in collaboration with Lucy Sumner with the intent to inspire empathy towards marine species and develop life long advocates for ocean health.

Get to know Adrian and the issues he is passionate about! #CleanSeas
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Will your big idea make a mark on history?

Unep’s Young Champions of the Earth initiative is looking for the environmental change makers who have the courage to bring forward their innovative approaches to our planet’s problems. Learn more and submit your application: [ Bit.ly Link ] #YoungChamps
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The origins of hurricane names

We do know them well: Betsy, Camille, Katrina, Ike, Sandy and several others. Theses ladies were all hurricanes that are etched into our collective memory. But where do hurricane names come from and why do we give human names to violent, mindless masses of water and wind?

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The origins of hurricane names We do know them well Betsy Camille