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Copenhagen will plant fruit trees across the city

Copenhagen will plant fruit trees across the city

  Citizens and tourists can collect blackberries, blueberries and apples for free By Piera Vincenti - January 23, 2020 Municipal fruit trees where everyone can harvest blueberries, blackberries and apples for free. The idea is being developed in Copenhagen, where...

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Vending Machine for Stray Dogs

Vending Machine for Stray Dogs

  A Turkish company called Pugedon has introduced a vending machine in Istanbul that accepts plastic bottles for recycling and dispenses food and water for stray dogs in return. That's right, it helps protect the environment as well as provides sustenance...

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Regrow Your Food From Kitchen Scraps  

Regrow Your Food From Kitchen Scraps  

Spring onions.  This is my favorite vegetable to regrow.  It’s possible that you may never have to buy spring onions again! Just put the whole bunch in water.  Cut off what you need but leave the base and they will regrow.  My daughter gave me a cute onion vase. I...

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  Ginger is a plant that originated from Southeast Asia. Undoubtedly, it is one of the healthiest spices that exist. Scientifically, it belongs to the Zingiberaceae family, which is closely related to cardamom, galangal, and turmeric. The underground part of the...

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JOSHUA TREE – STRANGE DESERT PLANT

JOSHUA TREE – STRANGE DESERT PLANT

First of all, the Joshua Tree is not a tree, although it does look like somewhat like one.  It is a plant in the Yucca family.  It is most common in California and Arizona but is also found in Nevada, Utah, Mexico and the Caribbean. Early Mormon settlers named the...

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Rare Black Diamond Apple

Rare Black Diamond Apple

 The Albanian farmer from Dibra Zija Keshi experimented with the cultivation of Black Diamond apple in May of this year by cultivating just 10 seedlings. The experiment of Keshi with the culmination of the unique Black Diamond Apple has proved successful by bearing...

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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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