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Women Defenders Unite to Protect the Amazon

Women Defenders Unite to Protect the Amazon

  "Indigenous women are powerful! Together we can create real change, so it is time we step into that power. Over the last few weeks, we have worked to serve and organize more than 30 communities of six Indigenous nationalities in the Ecuadorian Amazon. We are...

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Black Holes and Red Triangle Slugs

Black Holes and Red Triangle Slugs

For one still fixated on what the Earth would look like if it was sliced in half the answer is you can’t slice the Earth in half and create two neat sides like an Apple revealing at the core the seeds. Science is getting close to understanding more about black holes...

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‘Artificial leaf’ makes fuel from sunlight

‘Artificial leaf’ makes fuel from sunlight

The artificial leaf — a silicon solar cell with different catalytic materials bonded onto its two sides — needs no external wires or control circuits to operate. Simply placed in a container of water and exposed to sunlight, it quickly begins to generate streams of...

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No Animal Testing Drug Submitted For FDA Approval

No Animal Testing Drug Submitted For FDA Approval

First Drug Developed Using No Animal Testing Submitted For FDA Approval Jack DunhillBy Jack Dunhill12 MAR 2021, 16:30When it comes to pharmaceuticals, testing on animals is a terrible but necessary evil. Life-saving drugs continue to be developed every year, but to...

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Spiritual Gate Keeper of The West

Spiritual Gate Keeper of The West

In our homelands in North Carolina scenes like this are common. It’s always a heart-felt moment for me, raised as a Cherokee the bear is a Spiritual Gate Keeper of The West, where the Sun goes at the end of the day. Its attributes mean Introspection, strength,...

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All Good Things

All Good Things

Living one day at a time and filling it with love and laughter brings all good things!!! ~ pa’ris’ha

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Care About Others

Care About Others

We all really care about others, just keep including more as you come to understand them, and respect we are all different, it’s just natural. Pa'Ris'Ha

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What One Fears One Destroys.

What One Fears One Destroys.

My morning begins with the chorus of chatter of the feathered relations!! And Hawk makes herself very visible and I greet her as usual. She sits on a branch near me, and we study each other. Her eyes piercing and her head doing some sideward look, she makes herself...

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“Shikagami,” or Deer Paper Bag

“Shikagami,” or Deer Paper Bag

  Japan’s famed Nara deer have been considered national treasures for decades - but some of the tourists who flock to see them leave behind a trail of deadly plastic waste (in 2019 alone nine deer had been found dead, with plastic bags in their stomachs). Many...

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Planting a Billion Trees to Counteract Climate Change

Planting a Billion Trees to Counteract Climate Change

One of the effects of increased deforestation is the increased levels of CO2. This contributes to a wide variety of health issues for humans, ranging from cardio-vascular and respiratory complications, to headaches, tiredness, tingling feelings, restlessness,...

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Sustainable Palm Oil Progress

Sustainable Palm Oil Progress

Peru and Columbia are setting an example to stop deforestation in the production of palm oil while companies like Mars plan some sweet improvements in the sourcing of palm oil.  Palm oil is by far the most efficient vegetable oil to grow as it takes less land to...

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