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Let’s Remind Ourselves That We Are The Most Destructive Species On Earth

Source: CounterCurrents.org There is no wisdom in man killing what sustains man … and with it, humankind! The backlash will not be nature fighting back! But, of nature as we know it, dying out! Homo Sapiens… Wise Men. Not at … Continue reading

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Arctic heat waves cause exceptional Greenland melt, according to new study

CBC News reports: “A new study by researchers from Denmark and Canada’s York University says Arctic heat waves cause exceptional melts of the Greenland ice sheet, calling into question commonly-used climate models that may underestimate the impact of warm weather … Continue reading

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Extreme Tornado Outbreaks Are Becoming More Common

Discovery News reports: “Scientists aren’t sure why, but tornado outbreaks — large-scale weather events that last for one to three days and span across big regions — seem to be getting bigger, with more twisters on average. Worse yet, we’re … Continue reading

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India Just Had Its Most Polluted Year, According To Greenpeace India

The Wall Street Journal reports: “India just had its most polluted year on record, Greenpeace India says in a new report, for the first time pushing it above China in terms of the average amount of pollution its citizens were … Continue reading

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Angela Merkel appeals to Turkey to stop fresh wave of Syrian refugees

The Independent reports: “The German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said that she was “not just appalled, but horrified” by Russian attacks on Syrian civilians that have created a fresh wave of refugees, as she asked Turkey to make sure they … Continue reading

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Governor of Virginia Declares State of Emergency Ahead of Winter Storms

Wavy.com reports: “Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has declared a state of emergency ahead of major winter weather that is expected across the state through Sunday.” (Break) “McAuliffe is urging citizens to prepare for the weather, which could result in up … Continue reading

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Chinese City Clusters Are Struggling to Curb Environmental Degradation

Finchannel.com reports: “China’s city clusters are struggling to prevent the spread of resource depletion and environmental degradation from mega cities to smaller urban centers, according to a new research report by Accenture and the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). The … Continue reading

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Westerners in Beijing warned of Christmas terrorism threat

The LA Times reports: The U.S. Embassy in Beijing on Thursday morning warned citizens of a Christmastime terrorism threat against Westerners in one of the city’s most popular expatriate districts. Beijing authorities put swaths of the city under lockdown, stationing … Continue reading

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Namibia hit by drought

The BBC reports: “On a farm so parched that it looks like a desert, Monica Amaraki reaches for an old brass tap only to find that no water flows from it. Here in Namibia in southern Africa, a drought is … Continue reading

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Brussels on alert amid fears of Paris-style attacks

The Belfast Telegraph reports: Armed police and soldiers are patrolling the streets, subways are closed and many shops have shut their doors in the Belgian capital Brussels as the government issued a warning over possible Paris-style terror attacks. At least … Continue reading

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