九月 2018

Beijing Zoo to fine visitors feeding animals

2018年9月30日 未分类

Beijing Zoo will hold a joint patrol with urban management officers to ban visitors from feeding and harming animals, Beijing Daily reported Wednesday.Ju Hongbo, deputy director of the Beijing Zoo, said the joint patrol would conduct inspections and law enforcement to educate visitors on behaving properly.[File photo: IC][File photo: IC]Those who feed animals in f[……]

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Epic Change-Part 2

2018年9月12日 未分类

Domestic violence is the leading cause of injury and death for women worldwide between the ages of 15 and 44, a third of all women. As the authors of the remarkable book “Sex and World Peace” document, “The physical security of women is strongly associated with the peacefulness of the state.”
States with higher leve[……]

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Idiot Straps Dead Shark To Front Of Car

2018年9月12日 未分类

Why did the shark cross the road? Because some idiot strapped it to the front of a car.


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Julie Wright had to do a double take when she saw the above car driving in a suburb known as Safety Bay in Western Australia, according to local news station 9 News. Then she and her son filmed it. [……]

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Watch Russell Simmons Refute Every Anti-Vegan Argument In 2 Minutes

2018年9月6日 未分类

“How do you get enough protein?” “How can you even LIVE without bacon?” “How can you afford to eat all of that bougie plant-based stuff?”
These are just a sample of the questions every vegan must endure over his or her lifetime. But now, thanks to a special rapid-fire rebuttal session featuring Rus南京夜网 爱上海网sell Simmons,[……]

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'Green News Report' – February 11, 2016

2018年9月6日 未分类

The Green News Report is also available via…

IN TODAY’S RADIO REPORT: Bernie Sanders slams Republicans on climate change denial after landslide New Hampshire win; In unprecedented move, U.S. Supreme Court halts historic new emissions standards for power plants — for now; U.N. moves ahead anyway on emissions[……]

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What You Need to Know About the Irreparable Harm of Climate Change

2018年9月6日 未分类


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We made a video discussing some of the main points in our “Ice Melt” paper, which is about to be published in Atmos. Phys. Chem.:

The main point that I want to make concerns the threat of irreparable harm, which I feel we have not communicated well enough to[……]

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Arctic Sea Ice Levels Are Lower Than They've Ever Been. Again.

2018年9月6日 未分类
  • The maximum extent of sea ice was lower this year than it’s ever been.
  • A warming Arctic has drastic implications for the rest of the world.

After yet another historically warm winter, Arctic sea ice levels have hit a new low.
That’s according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center and NASA, which released fi[……]

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Is Swaziland Selling Live Elephants and Rhino Horns Simply for Profit?

2018年9月4日 未分类

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Wild tusked female elephant with family, Kenya, Africa, 2013. Credit: Carl Safina
Back in February when Swaziland sold 17 formerly free-living African elephants to three U.S. zoos (Dallas, Omaha and Wichita), I made a phone call to the president of one of the United States’ better zoos–a zoo not involved in[……]

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Emergency Environmental Response Services: Charting a Course for the Next Fifty Years

2018年9月4日 未分类

Let’s say you are sitting in your living room watching, I don’t know, Fox News. Suddenly you break out into a sweat, there is a tightness in your chest, and you can barely breathe. You think that you are having a heart attack. You dial 911 and an ambulance is deployed. A small team of heroic people arrive soon a[……]

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New beginnings during this new moon, along the river banks in New Zealand!

2018年9月4日 未分类

Beautiful, tiny上海419休闲娱乐网 千花网官网 (about 1mm) opalescent whitebait eggs cosy up in amongst fibrous mats, which keep them safe and hydrated.
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Whitebait consists of five species of galaxiids, and inanga (also known as ‘inaka’ in South Island dialect) are the most common of this group of freshwater fish in New Zealand.
Adult[……]

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