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A Satellite Lets Scientists See Antarctica’s Melting Like Never Before

New data from space is providing the most precise picture yet of Antarctica’s ice, where it is accumulating most quickly and disappearing at the fastest rate, and how the changes could contribute to rising sea levels. The information, in a paper published on Thursday in the journal Science, will help researchers better understand the largest... Read more
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THE CIRCLE ECONOMY is POSSIBLE; What means Circle Economy?

It is an international movement that has a new vision for our future and hopefully will change the way we do things now: in term of energy, waste and recycling. This cultural change is needed now. We have less than a decade. Every year we transform around 93 million tons of raw material into products.... Read more
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WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED from COVI19? WHO IS TODAY OUR TRUE ENEMY?

Every one is talking about hope these days and yes I want Hope too but what for ? Have we learned the lesson of this new way of war? This pandemic is not only about human losses is about future. I Hope that the world we are living in these days: with death, mainly panic,... Read more
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World War lll has started, our enemy is “pollution and climate change”, is time for solutions.

Here is part of my speech for RAED Foundation, giving some solutions to fight against our common enemy… The atmosphere has currently 3000 billions tons of CO2 , it sounds a lot but is is only it is only 0,041%  of the atmosphere, before the industrial era this percentage was 0,028%. That means that the excess... Read more
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NOT ONLY OUR TRADITIONAL KIDS STORIES WILL CHANGE, OUR CHILDREN´S FUTURE TOO.

We are suffocating our oceans filled with plastic and filthy things. There is little margin to make a move and change completely our habits, our way of using things and consumerism. Real Data is saying we are destroying our kids future and we are not looking long term. The recently published Lancet report confirms that... Read more
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Creation of native forests without maintenance, in every terrain and also in urban zones.

We stimulate the reforestation process using the Miyawaki plantation method. Those forests grow very fast (till 1 metre per year), are 30 times denser and contain a biodiversity 100 times greater with respect to classic afforestation methods. Moreover, they provide a positive social impact. These mini-forests can be easily planted everywhere in any kind of... Read more
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DESOLATING bushfires in Australia (25.5 million acres).

If you want to help those affected by the Australian wildfires but aren’t quite sure how, then please keep reading for some helpful tips and links to official charities, funds and directories. DESOLATING BUSHFIRES IN AUSTRALIA The scene is familiar and yet something is so very different. A landscape of hills topped with thick forests... Read more
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The devastating environmental impact of technological progress

An insatiable demand for the copper, lithium and rare-earth metals required to fuel the consumer electronics and electric vehicle industries is leaving indelible scars on our fragile planet For decades, David Maisel has been photographing places where humans are changing the environment so dramatically that the impact can be seen from the sky. For his... Read more
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Recycle with ART:¨I have decided to stop the absurd consumism…¨

I decided to be more creative, stopping the absurd consumism! Fed up with the buying greed that surround us or having to follow the new tendencies in fashion. I have chosen to walk with ART and recycle all my “old fashion bags” instead of “the latest cool ones in the magazines”. I LOVE WALKING WITH... Read more
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Here’s How at Least 74,000 Microplastic Particles End Up in Your Diet in a Single Year.

Humans have spread microplastics to virtually every ecosystem on the planet, from the deepest chasms in the sea to the most remote wilderness on land. Today, there is nowhere left to hide, and each year, we humans receive a hearty dose of our own medicine. From what little we know about microplastics in air, food and water, Canadian researchers... Read more
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Nature’s Emergency, we have less than a decade to revert.

Within the next decade we are going to pass a number of tipping points beyond which it´s going to be very difficult to recover. Watch the video with David Attendee’sborough,  Jane Goodall and Greta Thunberg .
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WE HAVE TO ACT, SAVE THE ELEPHANTS

This picture was taken somewhere on the Indian highway where two elephants reach out to each other in a brief moment of love and bonding before being separated from each other for a lifetime of serving man. It’s well known that elephants value their family structure, perhaps more so than many other animals so when... Read more
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