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Earth Day – Google Celebrates Earth Day, Today, April 22nd, Under The Sign Of Plastic Waste

Earth Day is celebrated by Google with a special doodle. For ten years, on April 22nd, the International Earth Day…

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Global Warming Problem Discussed By Catherine McKenna During Earth Day

How to make plastic waste stop threatening oceans and marine life? While this questioning is without a doubt a real headache,…

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A Mexican Scientist Proposed A Hybrid Wind Turbine To Reduce Costs And Global Warming

Mexico must turn to renewable sources of energy. Albert Einstein said that when the energy resources in the world are…

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Plastic Waste Is Too Huge To Be Solved Out By Banning Plastic Straw, Scientists Say

Cities and governments seek to ban plastic straws and plastic cotton buds in the hope of solving part of the…

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Apple Stores Worldwide Showed Green Leaf For The Earth Day Celebration

This is an annual tradition at Apple and this weekend, specifically on Sunday, April 22nd, the Earth Day is celebrated…

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Climate Change Is Accelerated By A Strange Process Caused By The Glaciers Thaw

Researchers at the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS), in Costa Rica, discovered that a weird process has contributed…

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Climate Change Fight – Peru Adopted A Strong Policy Against Global Warming

Taking into account that of the total number of disasters registered in the country 67% are related to the climate…

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ESA Aims Better Reading On Marine Climate Change By Using Surfboards And Launching A New Sentinel Satellite

The data collected by the Sentinel-3 satellite will be combined with measurements obtained at sea thanks to surfboards with the…

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Justin Trudeau To Talk With Theresa May About Free-Trade Agreement And Climate Change

Environmentalists who opposed to the Trans Mountain pipeline project were waiting for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday in the…

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Frequent Hay Mowing Reduces The Biodiversity Of The Fields, A Study Revealed

The Mediterranean dry herbaceous systems support a wide range of native species, such as plants, invertebrates, and birds, so they have…

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