五月 2018

What New York City Can Learn From Its Relationship With The Sea

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Can New York City survive the sea?
This is the question Ted Steinberg, a Case Western Reserve University professor, poses in his recent book, Gotham Unbound: The Ecological History of Greater New York.
From the days when Mannahatta island was home to the indigenous Lenape tribe[……]

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A View From a Drone: Massive Tunicate Stranding on Sanibel

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Two days after Halloween, puzzled, disappointed tourists trolled the beaches of Sanibel Island amidst piles of dead tunicates and pen shells accompanied by a smell that matched the volume of dead and dying sea 上海419论坛官网 千花网官网life. This is the beginning of “the season,” as snowbirds return to their winter playground and tourists[……]

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Building a Green Economy for the Middle East

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The 21st century is experiencing many huge global transformations. More than half the world’s population now live in cities; at the same time, climate change is causing more and more natural disasters, and those disasters are increasingly affecting urban areas. The world’s population is also getting younger, with a huge gro[……]

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William R. Catton, Jr. (1926-2015)

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William R. Catton, Jr. — one o南京夜网 南京梧桐客栈f the most significant and influential ecological thinkers of the past century — died last month, just shy of his 89th birthday. Catton was an inspiration to a host of climate change, peak oil, and sustainability-oriented leaders, including many of those who participated in “The Future[……]

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Earthquake Shakes Guatemala City

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GUATEMALA CITY, Feb 27 (Reuters) – An earthquake shook the capital of Guatemala on Friday, a Reuters witness said, but there were no爱上海足浴发廊 爱上海 immediate reports of injuries or major damage.
Mexico’s national seismological service said the quake had a magnitude of 5.2 at a relatively shallow[……]

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Meatless Monday: Ahoy, Plant-Based Matey — Holistic Holiday at Sea Sets Sail

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Neal Barnard, Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, T. Colin Campbell, Caldwell Esselstyn and Chef AJ will all be aboard Holistic Holiday at Sea when it sets sail this weekend. So will 1,800 other people. Alas, I will not be among them. It’s sold out.
Now in its twelfth year, Holistic Holiday at Sea is a weeklong vegan cruise where y[……]

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These Are The Measures We Need To Take To Make Sure Elephants Are Safe

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We all know elephants are in trouble. Nearly 35,000 are killed every single year to fuel a burgeoning ivory trade, spurred by demand in China where a growing upper class views the tusks as a prime status symbol.
Many elephants across Africa now live in protected reserves or national parks, some with full-time anti[……]

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Hungary's Green Wave Crashes

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When I met the biologist Gyongyi Mangel in 1990, her enthusiasm was contagious. So much was going on in Hungarian civil society that it was hard to keep track of all the new initiatives. She was passionate about connecting issues — feminism and ecology, food and health, or transportation and sustainability — and it was ha[……]

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Captivating Underwater Engagement Photos Will Leave You Breathless

2018年5月27日 未分类

Wedding photographers and married couple Adam and Shawn-Marie Ravazzano had wanted to shoot underwater engagement photos since moving to Maui last year.
In March, the Ravazzanos, of Love and Water Photography, found the perfect subjects in their friends and real-life engaged couple Leiha’aheo Kamahele-Beeck and[……]

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This Young Elephant's Emotional Reunion With Mom Is The Uplifting Story You Need Today

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Never have we seen more pleased pachyderms.
Me-Bai, a juvenile elephant in Thailand, reunited with her mother, Mae Yui, earlier this month. It had been more than three years since the young elephant was taken from her mother, trained and then hired out to perform for tourists.
When she lost too much weight to[……]

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