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Chicago Tribune
Promising to 'Make Our Planet Great Again,' Macron lures 13 U.S. climate scientists to Franceworried climate scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs to see France as a "sec
Chicago Tribune / Posted an hour ago
worried climate scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs to see France as a "second homeland" and to come work there because "we all share the same responsibility: make our planet great again." Now, two years after the Paris climate accord was... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Why Facebook's new messenger app for kids could be a good thingaccount. Parents are responsible for setting up the account and approving any c
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 hours ago
account. Parents are responsible for setting up the account and approving any contacts their children add. Kids can then use the app to video chat — both one-on-one or in a group — and send photos, videos and text messages. Currently only... Read more
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The Morning Call
Promising to 'Make Our Planet Great Again,' Macron lures 13 U.S. climate scientists to Franceworried climate scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs to see France as a "sec
The Morning Call / Posted 6 hours ago
worried climate scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs to see France as a "second homeland" and to come work there because "we all share the same responsibility: make our planet great again." Now, two years after the Paris climate accord was... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Promising to 'Make Our Planet Great Again,' Macron lures 13 US climate scientists to Franceworried climate scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs to see France as a "sec
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 6 hours ago
worried climate scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs to see France as a "second homeland" and to come work there because "we all share the same responsibility: make our planet great again." Now the French government is unveiling a list of 18... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Make Our Planet Great Again: France awards grants to anti-Trump climate change scientistsgrants to anti-Trump climate change scientists Monday, December 11, 2017 - 09:
Irish Examiner / Posted 7 hours ago
grants to anti-Trump climate change scientists Monday, December 11, 2017 - 09:02 pm Eighteen climate scientists from the US and elsewhere have hit the jackpot as French President Emmanuel Macron awarded millions of euros in grants to relocate to... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Promising to 'Make Our Planet Great Again,' Macron lures 13 US climate scientists to Franceworried climate scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs to see France as a "sec
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 7 hours ago
worried climate scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs to see France as a "second homeland" and to come work there because "we all share the same responsibility: make our planet great again." President Trump is not invited to the climate... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Promising to 'Make Our Planet Great Again,' Macron lures 13 U.S. climate scientists to Franceworried climate scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs to see France as a "sec
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 7 hours ago
worried climate scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs to see France as a "second homeland" and to come work there because "we all share the same responsibility: make our planet great again." Now, two years after the Paris climate accord was... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Promising to 'Make Our Planet Great Again,' Macron lures 13 U.S. climate scientists to Franceworried climate scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs to see France as a "sec
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 7 hours ago
worried climate scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs to see France as a "second homeland" and to come work there because "we all share the same responsibility: make our planet great again." Now, two years after the Paris climate accord was... Read more
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The Mercury News
Macron trolls Trump, lures US climate scientists to Franceworried climate scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs to see France as a “sec
The Mercury News / Posted 8 hours ago
worried climate scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs to see France as a “second homeland” and to come work there because “we all share the same responsibility: make our planet great again.” Now, two years after the Paris climate accord was... Read more
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Canberra Times
Great Barrier Reef will be dead by 2100, says David Attenborough's Blue Planet IILondon: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead b
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
London: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead by 2100 due to human "maltreatment of the oceans", David Attenborough's Blue Planet II has declared. Attenborough's follow-up documentary series, which took four years to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Great Barrier Reef will be dead by 2100, says David Attenborough's Blue Planet IILondon: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead b
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
London: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead by 2100 due to human "maltreatment of the oceans", David Attenborough's Blue Planet II has declared. Attenborough's follow-up documentary series, which took four years to... Read more
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The Age
Great Barrier Reef will be dead by 2100, says David Attenborough's Blue Planet IILondon: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead b
The Age / Posted yesterday
London: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead by 2100 due to human "maltreatment of the oceans", David Attenborough's Blue Planet II has declared. Attenborough's follow-up documentary series, which took four years to... Read more
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WA Today
Great Barrier Reef will be dead by 2100, says David Attenborough's Blue Planet IILondon: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead b
WA Today / Posted yesterday
London: Coral reefs – including Australia's Great Barrier Reef – will be dead by 2100 due to human "maltreatment of the oceans", David Attenborough's Blue Planet II has declared. Attenborough's follow-up documentary series, which took four years to... Read more
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Daily Record
Brave Leukaemia victim launches our annual search to find nation's young heroesAfter her second stem cell transplant in four years, Rosie Carr should be recov
Daily Record / Posted 2 days ago
After her second stem cell transplant in four years, Rosie Carr should be recovering. Instead, she’s busy fundraising for the charity who twice helped save her life. The 22-year-old, who is our first Young Scot 2018 nominee, was diagnosed with... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Accent: Solar dreams; fiscal nightmaresThis is the remarkable story of Blind River, a small town that has been saddled
The Sudbury Star / Posted 2 days ago
This is the remarkable story of Blind River, a small town that has been saddled with millions of dollars in debt because of solar-energy dreams that turned into a nightmare. VITO PILIECI/Postmedia Network BLIND RIVER -- Sitting on the northern... Read more
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Canberra Times
A room of one's own: Philanthropist Terry Wu turns property investments into artists' studiosImagine this: for lease, a renovated warehouse space in North Melbourne, with g
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
Imagine this: for lease, a renovated warehouse space in North Melbourne, with great views and close to transport, for just $50-100 a week. Or perhaps you'd prefer a similar space in Brunswick East? The light-filled rooms have a great creative vibe,... Read more
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The Rhinelander Daily News
Wolf ecology class provides pieces to the puzzlein a certain place, what it is doing there and where it is going really puts th
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
in a certain place, what it is doing there and where it is going really puts the whole picture together. That is where the ecology part of the classes came in. I am not writing this as pro or con in the area of wolves. I will keep those opinions to... Read more
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The Hindu
I see myself as a chronicler of land, says photographer Arati Kumar-RaoArati Kumar-Rao, environmental photojournalist and winner of the first ever Anu
The Hindu / Posted 2 days ago
Arati Kumar-Rao, environmental photojournalist and winner of the first ever Anupam Mishra Medal for her work on riverine ecology. I ask how it feels to return from her places of work — the mangroves of Sundarbans or the banks of the Ganga — to... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Belted Galloway herd becomes Norfolk’s first ‘Pasture for Life’ farmhis Belted Galloway cattle. Picture: Nick Butcher Not so long ago, simply “buy
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 2 days ago
his Belted Galloway cattle. Picture: Nick Butcher Not so long ago, simply “buying local” was enough to give a conscientious consumer a sense of satisfaction. But customers are becoming more demanding. Now, a growing number want to know every... Read more
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MLive.com
Contest invites Michigan students to pursue solar energy at schoolMichigan students in sixth through 12th grade are invited to find ways to use s
MLive.com / Posted 3 days ago
Michigan students in sixth through 12th grade are invited to find ways to use solar energy in their schools as part of a statewide contest. "My Solar School Contest" is a collaborative project of the Ecology Center in Ann Arbor and the U.S. Green... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
France's Macron hunts for more money to slow climate changeaccord to end the fossil-fuel era this century and limit further global warming
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 3 days ago
accord to end the fossil-fuel era this century and limit further global warming to "well below" 2 degrees above pre-industrial times. U.S. President Donald Trump weakened the pact in June when he said the United States, the world's second... Read more
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Crosscut
How urban sprawl shapes the critters that crawl our citylook like they could have been shot out on the Olympic Peninsula or maybe at a
Crosscut / Posted 3 days ago
look like they could have been shot out on the Olympic Peninsula or maybe at a remote spot in the Cascades — until a curious house cat sneaks out of the underbrush. These images, along with the 50,000 other stills that Jordan collected last... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Mayor takes landowners’ inland rail concerns to Canberraless than an elevated structures from the Whalan Creek to where it may cross th
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 4 days ago
less than an elevated structures from the Whalan Creek to where it may cross the river GRC Mayor, Cr Graeme Scheu “The use of banks is totally unacceptable and we have made our position very clear to both ARTC and the Federal Government and we... Read more
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DW
Rare — and doing just fine |to a team of researchers from the University of California, Davis. In a perspe
DW / Posted 4 days ago
to a team of researchers from the University of California, Davis. In a perspective paper published in the journal "Ecology Letters," they considered which factors make a species likely to thrive, even if its population is small. They also... Read more
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Eye Witness News
[ANALYSIS] What Trump decision on Jerusalem means for Middle East Donald Trump’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and
Eye Witness News / Posted 4 days ago
Donald Trump’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and start preparations for the US to move its embassy from Tel Aviv to the contested city, has the potential... Read more
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The Hindu
Protests, through a play- factory workers, middle class office goers, students, pro left thinkers and a
The Hindu / Posted 4 days ago
- factory workers, middle class office goers, students, pro left thinkers and activists. Samudaya performed for social justice and change in streets, factory spaces, countryside and auditorium. As Prasanna’s directorial reputation grew he was... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Improving Self and Society by Transcending the Ego and Renouncing the Worldsystem that maximizes democracy and learning for everyone. The theistic religi
Op-Ed News / Posted 5 days ago
system that maximizes democracy and learning for everyone. The theistic religions Judaism, Christianity, and Islam focus on appeasing a personal God, who is believed to be infinitely loving, all-powerful, and all-knowing. They are religions... Read more
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Breitbart
Delingpole: #Winning – Grant Applications for ‘Climate Change’ down 40 PercentBoth the EPA’s leader, Scott Pruitt, and Secretary of Energy Rick Perry have sa
Breitbart / Posted 6 days ago
Both the EPA’s leader, Scott Pruitt, and Secretary of Energy Rick Perry have said they do not accept the scientific consensus that humans are causing the planet to get warmer. Yep. The only bit NPR gets wrong is the mournful slant it has imposed... Read more
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The Hill
American taxpayers will be Alex Azar’s shareholders — let's hope he can serve themfail to cover Probuphine as a first line treatment. The case is similar for Sp
The Hill / Posted 6 days ago
fail to cover Probuphine as a first line treatment. The case is similar for Spinraza, the $750,000 treatment for spinal muscular atrophy, Kymerah, the $475,000 treatment for B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia, and Xtandi, a medicine for prostate... Read more
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International Business Times
Science photo contest winners include Antarctic sugar cubes and killer whales with penguin audience this photo was of a breathtaking glaciological feature way beyond my own discip
International Business Times / Posted 6 days ago
this photo was of a breathtaking glaciological feature way beyond my own discipline, I had the chance to take it because I was on a flight to make the first biological surveys of a group of inland nunataks. Even today, very few biologists... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
A hug a day could keep the doctor away, according to Oxford scientistsand touch, the findings could also have implications for human health. The Oxf
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 7 days ago
and touch, the findings could also have implications for human health. The Oxford team worked with scientists from the US on the research, which appears in the Journal of Animal Ecology, to better understand causes of diversity within the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
A hug a day could keep the doctor away, according to Oxford scientistsand touch, the findings could also have implications for human health. The Oxf
Oxford Mail / Posted 7 days ago
and touch, the findings could also have implications for human health. The Oxford team worked with scientists from the US on the research, which appears in the Journal of Animal Ecology, to better understand causes of diversity within the... Read more
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Petluma360.com
Picturesque Valley of the Moon, scarred by wildfire, begins to find its way backValley of the Moon, scarred by wildfire, begins to find its way back THE PRESS
Petluma360.com / Posted 7 days ago
Valley of the Moon, scarred by wildfire, begins to find its way back THE PRESS DEMOCRAT | December 4, 2017, 8:51AM Those used to gazing up at the deeply forested mountains framing the Valley of the Moon now look to the east in shock. The Nuns... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Waitakere Rahuithe Government to protect tangata whenua and our taonga. Although the Governmen
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 8 days ago
the Government to protect tangata whenua and our taonga. Although the Government and Auckland Council will not assist us with the closure now, it is hoped they will assist in the future. The health of the forest is reaching an ecological... Read more
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dna
In India, London Mayor Sadiq Khan says UK govt's visa norms a 'big mistake'change in the Visa policy. I think they have made a big mistake, as on one hand
dna / Posted 8 days ago
change in the Visa policy. I think they have made a big mistake, as on one hand the British government is asking Indian businesses to trade there and on the other hand they have made it more hard (to enter the country)," Khan said during his... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
London Mayor Sadiq Khan says UK govt’s visa norms for non-EU nationals a big mistakechange in the Visa policy. I think they have made a big mistake, as on one hand
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 8 days ago
change in the Visa policy. I think they have made a big mistake, as on one hand the British government is asking Indian businesses to trade there and on the other hand they have made it more hard (to enter the country),” Khan said during his... Read more
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dna
Nine nations come together to ban fishing in the Arctic for at least 16 yearsto Science Magazine, the announcement, which was made on November 30, will give
dna / Posted 9 days ago
to Science Magazine, the announcement, which was made on November 30, will give scientists time to understand the region’s ecology and the potential impacts of climate change. Along with banning commercial fishing, the agreement also establishes a... Read more
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FOX Carolina
16,000 scientists sign dire warning to humanity over health of planetletter essentially says that if there is not a groundswell of public pressure t
FOX Carolina / Posted 9 days ago
letter essentially says that if there is not a groundswell of public pressure to change human behavior, the planet will sustain "substantial and irreversible" harm. "This is not about some natural phenomenon that is removed from humans," said... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
16,000 scientists sign dire warning to humanity over health of planetletter essentially says that if there is not a groundswell of public pressure t
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 9 days ago
letter essentially says that if there is not a groundswell of public pressure to change human behavior, the planet will sustain "substantial and irreversible" harm. "This is not about some natural phenomenon that is removed from humans," said... Read more
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FOX 12 Oregon
16,000 scientists sign dire warning to humanity over health of planetletter essentially says that if there is not a groundswell of public pressure t
FOX 12 Oregon / Posted 9 days ago
letter essentially says that if there is not a groundswell of public pressure to change human behavior, the planet will sustain "substantial and irreversible" harm. "This is not about some natural phenomenon that is removed from humans," said... Read more
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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
16,000 scientists sign dire warning to humanity over health of planetletter essentially says that if there is not a groundswell of public pressure t
Eyewitness News 3 Hartford / Posted 9 days ago
letter essentially says that if there is not a groundswell of public pressure to change human behavior, the planet will sustain "substantial and irreversible" harm. "This is not about some natural phenomenon that is removed from humans," said... Read more
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FOX 5 Las Vegas
16,000 scientists sign dire warning to humanity over health of planetletter essentially says that if there is not a groundswell of public pressure t
FOX 5 Las Vegas / Posted 9 days ago
letter essentially says that if there is not a groundswell of public pressure to change human behavior, the planet will sustain "substantial and irreversible" harm. "This is not about some natural phenomenon that is removed from humans," said... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
16,000 scientists sign dire warning to humanity over health of planetletter essentially says that if there is not a groundswell of public pressure t
WSMV Nashville / Posted 9 days ago
letter essentially says that if there is not a groundswell of public pressure to change human behavior, the planet will sustain "substantial and irreversible" harm. "This is not about some natural phenomenon that is removed from humans," said... Read more
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Kane County Chronicle
Good Natured: Turkey tail – a name that befits the organismA member of the bracket, or shelf, fungus family, turkey tails add a subtle hin
Kane County Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
A member of the bracket, or shelf, fungus family, turkey tails add a subtle hint of color to the late-fall woodland floor. If turkey graced your holiday table Nov. 23, you know what the aftermath means: the tail end of the bird. But rather than... Read more
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The Borneo Post
MNS organises talk on mammals of Borneo, Bornean clouded leopardNature Society, Kuching Branch will be conducting a talk by Quentin Phillipps o
The Borneo Post / Posted 10 days ago
Nature Society, Kuching Branch will be conducting a talk by Quentin Phillipps on the mammals of Borneo with the focus on the Bornean clouded leopard on Thursday, Dec 7 at the Islamic Information Centre. In Borneo there are 247 species of... Read more
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EuroNews
It's not just you: Scientists finally admit pets have distinct personalitiesarriving so late to the notion that humans aren't unique in our emotional respo
EuroNews / Posted 10 days ago
arriving so late to the notion that humans aren't unique in our emotional responses and individual personalities? Unconscious bias certainly played a role, as scientists betrayed a desire for human-animal towards difference, if not outright... Read more
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Eye Witness News
[ANALYSIS] Trophy hunting could cause extinction in stressed populations People are now the most important predators for many animal populations on th
Eye Witness News / Posted 10 days ago
People are now the most important predators for many animal populations on the planet, but people are rather different from ‘ordinary’ predators. While a lion or an eagle is... Read more
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BBC News
Where is the remotest spot in the United States?States? A pair of scientists from Florida, and their eight-year-old daughter,
BBC News / Posted 11 days ago
States? A pair of scientists from Florida, and their eight-year-old daughter, are visiting the remotest spot in every US state. The epiphany happened as Ryan Means walked down a beach in Florida. The beach was crowded. He was frustrated.... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
Eco-Institute seeks local solutions to global problemsconflict resolution to improve relationships within the community. Dave Pollmi
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 11 days ago
conflict resolution to improve relationships within the community. Dave Pollmiller, the institute’s farm manager, is usually involved in teaching these skills to community members who become members of the farm’s Community Supported... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Philip Pullman’s La Belle Sauvage named book of the yearPullman has described winning the Waterstones book of the year prize for his la
Irish Examiner / Posted 11 days ago
Pullman has described winning the Waterstones book of the year prize for his latest novel – La Belle Sauvage: The Book Of Dust Volume One – as having “cream as well as apple pie”. The story, a prequel to Pullman’s hit children’s series His Dark... Read more
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