Seagull photobombs professor’s food porn moment

Pepperdine scholar photobombed by lobster-hungry bird happy to see picture of roll reversal go viral Alicia Jessop knew Friday was going to be memorable, but she didn’t realize it would be a day she would never forget. The 34 -year-old…

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Minorities in the US breathe in more air pollution caused by white people

Black and Hispanic beings are disproportionately exposed to air pollution produced by white people, a study analyzing personal uptake has found Black and Hispanic people are disproportionately exposed to air pollution caused mainly by the consumer practices of white people…

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‘Why replace dolphins with oil drilling?’: the battle for Greece’s marine life

From sperm whales to dolphins, marine mammals in the eastern Mediterranean face a destructive menace from oil and gas exploration Before the heavyweights of oil and gas joined the litany of threats facing Greek sperm whales, the plight of the…

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‘No way to stop it’: millions of pigs culled across Asia as swine fever spreads

Experts say region is losing the engagement to stop the biggest animal disease outbreak the planet has ever faced South-east Asia is combating to contain the spread of highly contagious African swine fever, known as” animal Ebola”, which has already…

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The Military Is Locked in a Power Struggle With Wind Farms

When Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Goana makes off in his T-3 8 Talon training jet, he flies a loop northward toward the Red River, which kinds a meander territory between north Texas and southern Oklahoma. For decades, the remote farming area…

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Could you give up flying? Meet the no-plane pioneers

Growing numbers of travellers are abandoning air travel to help save the planet even if it necessitates spend 14 daylights on a train It has taken Roger Tyers four epoches to reach Moscow by instruct from Kiev. His destination is…

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Daimler Plans to Make Its Cars Carbon Neutral by 2039

This floor originally appeared on HuffPost and is one of the Climate Desk collaboration . Mercedes-Benz owner Daimler AG has rectified the most ambitious target of any major automaker to cut its planet-warming radiations, predicting a fully carbon-neutral fleet of…

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China’s Scientists Are the New Kids on the Arctic Block

For nearly a century, the Arctic has been a scientific playground for American, Canadian, and European investigates learning everything from magnetic fields to krill populations, as well as documenting rising temperatures and a changing climate. But with China increasingly showing…

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Extinction Rebellion holds Hyde Park rally to mark ‘pause’ in protests

Ceremony in London park recognizes break in activism after daytime expended targeting the City Hundreds of Extinction Rebellion organizers have gathered at Hyde Park Corner in London to mark a pause in the dissents that have gripped London for more…

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Move Over, San Andreas: Theres an Ominous New Fault in Town

In the 1990 s, Nevada received funding from the US Department of Energy to install an abnormally thick-witted structure of standards in the southwest part of the state. This was not because the feds were worried about the overnight severance…

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