Nature
May 15, 2019

Welcome To Earth’s Call

The alarming effects of the climate crisis and other environmental disasters — from devastating heat waves, wildfires, sea-level rise, hurricanes, and floods to plastic inundation, pollution, and resource depletion —…
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Nature
March 12, 2019

Climate Change Fails to Extend an Olive Branch

The hills of Puglia are important in Italy’s Olive Oil production. The region’s some odd 60 million olive trees help supply almost half of Italy’s olive oil. However, it's not always…
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Nature
March 12, 2019

Mauritius National Day

The 70th anniversary of the formation of the Commonwealth of Mauritius is today, marked #MauritiusNationalDay. The holiday is due to two key events in the nation's history, independence from Britain…
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Nature
March 11, 2019

Erie-sponsible Behavior

Lake Erie is the shallowest, southernmost, smallest-by-surface area, and fourth-largest by volume of the five Great Lakes in North America. It has also been fighting an upstream battle, as the…
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Nature
March 6, 2019

The Future Called, and They’re Out of Fish and Chips

In fishing waters off of China and Japan, the population of fish, including cod fish — a staple for “fish and chips” — have dropped as much as 35% since…
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HumankindNaturePeoplePlaces
March 5, 2019

Fashionable Waste

People of Earth: you have enough clothing. The fashion industry produces gazillions of clothing items each year and, given that there are only 7 billion of us, that is more…
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Nature
March 4, 2019

The Threats to Our World’s Oceans You Wouldn’t Expect

Plastic can't take all the rap for the jeopardized health of our oceans. There are many factors that need to be considered when addressing the state of the seas. Yesterday…
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NatureWildlife
March 4, 2019

Whale Jail No More

The public was outraged when news broke November 2018 that over 100 orcas and belugas were being kept in a “whale jail” in Srednyaya Bay, Russia. This video footage by…
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NatureWildlife
February 28, 2019

Our Plastic Problem Runs Deep

Even organisms living in the deepest parts of the ocean have been infected by plastic according to a study published this week. Researchers have detected the ingestion of plastic and…
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HumankindNaturePeople
February 24, 2019

19 Ways To Throw a Sustainable Oscars Party

Explosions, huge budgets, transformative robots — Hollywood is all about excess. But your Oscars party doesn’t have to be. Here are 19 Ways to Answer Earth’s Call in 2019 with…
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