The Lies BBC And CNN Want Us To Believe About The Ebola Epidemic

The Lies BBC And CNN Want Us To Believe About The Ebola Epidemic

Have the BBC and CNN been paid by World Health Organization and Centers for Disease Control to lie about the origins of HIV-Aids and Ebola? The lies are too much and getting serious now Only the CNN calls an apple a banana Decades ago after HIV-Aids and Ebola epidemic was triggered by the U.S government as bio-weapons to fulfill the government’s bio-weapons project for global depopulation, the two giant media, CNN and the BBC have…

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Detroit Schools Shutting Off Drinking Water

Detroit Schools Shutting Off Drinking Water

  The Detroit school district is shutting off drinking water to all of its schools, after test results found elevated levels of lead or copper in 16 out of 24 schools that were recently tested. “Although we have no evidence that there are elevated levels of copper or lead in our other schools where we are awaiting test results, out of an abundance of caution and concern for the safety of our students and employees,…

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Fishermen and farmers want environmental issues addressed

Fishermen and farmers want environmental issues addressed

With the government pushing the sustainable development goals (SDG) agenda forward, fishermen and farmers urged authorities to address the various ecological and environmental challenges they face during an event this week in Siem Reap. Speaking at the ‘Under the Sun, Under the Tree’ discussions during the recently concluded ‘Asean-China-UNDP Symposium on Localising the SDGs and Realising Poverty Eradication’ event in Siam Reap, they said their businesses were facing serious environmental challenges that are putting sustainability…

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Letter: Profile needed a wider focus | Letters

Letter: Profile needed a wider focus | Letters

Regarding James Day’s article about Asher Miller and Post Carbon Institute (PCI), I appreciated the profile of a great leader, a person of integrity, and a good friend. But the institute is about so much more than climate change. Their news aggregation site, Resilience.org, was originally called EnergyBulletin.net and focused greatly on resource depletion, especially Peak Oil. Resilience and PCI continue to focus on energy issues, as well as waste sink saturation, local food production,…

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Could ammonia be the next key player in energy storage?

Could ammonia be the next key player in energy storage?

Renewables are beginning to dominate the energy generation sector, favoured for their low-to-zero carbon emissions and, therefore, the potential to meet climate targets. Though powerful and promising, the unreliable nature of such sources means the industry is increasingly seeking new methods of energy storage. Currently, lithium-ion batteries are the most popular alternative to traditional lead-acid types, due to their longevity and energy density. However, lithium’s rising costs – going up by 240% in 2017 –…

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Kissing up to the boss can increase employees’ bad behavior in the workplace, study shows

Kissing up to the boss can increase employees’ bad behavior in the workplace, study shows

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Kissing up to the boss at work may help boost employees’ careers but it also depletes the employees’ self-control resources, leaving them more susceptible to behaving badly in the workplace, a new study has found. “There’s a personal cost to ingratiating yourself with your boss,” said Anthony Klotz, an associate professor of management in the College of Business at Oregon State University and the lead author of the paper. “When your energy…

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Democracies not doing enough good

Democracies not doing enough good

  Too many humans (which leads to species extinctions and resource depletion): Iran had what may be the most successful birth control policies in history, while here in the United States, we continue to ignore this issue of vast importance. Life expectancy: Cubans live longer than Americans. A better health care system is given as the reason. Rain forests: World Resources Institute says only 15 percent remain intact. A crisis that primarily democracies have allowed…

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Unite explores Africa’s resource exploitation in TERRA exhibition || The Southern Times

Unite explores Africa’s resource exploitation in TERRA exhibition || The Southern Times

By Annines Angula Windhoek – The National Art Gallery of Namibia is hosting TERRA, a solo exhibition by South African artist Jeannette Unite, from 19 July to 6 September in the main gallery. The TERRA exhibition has featured in museums and university art galleries across the world in countries like Germany, the UK, the USA, China and Uzbekistan. Unite’s artwork was produced in response to an extensive a range of mining and industrial…

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Creation care committee begins its legislative work – Episcopal News Service

Creation care committee begins its legislative work – Episcopal News Service

[Episcopal News Service – Austin, Texas] Advocating for a fair and ambitious climate agreement, a carbon fee and the planting of trees in commemoration of the Paris Agreement topped the agenda July 4 during the Environmental Stewardship and Care of Creation Committee’s first open hearing at the JW Marriott. The 79th General Convention officially gets underway with legislative sessions July 5 at the Austin Convention Center and runs through July 13. Full ENS coverage of…

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Antony Davies, James R. Harrigan: Bright future in war on global poverty (Daily Mail Opinion) | Commentary

Antony Davies, James R. Harrigan: Bright future in war on global poverty (Daily Mail Opinion) | Commentary

In the late 1700s, Thomas Malthus became convinced that the combination of a fact and a trend spelled doom for the human race. The fact: more than 95 percent of the world’s population lived in extreme poverty. The trend: the world’s population was growing exponentially. The conclusion was clear: The human race was headed for starvation and extinction if population growth wasn’t controlled. But something interesting happened over the subsequent two centuries that proved Malthus…

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His View: Cassandra has warned us – will we listen? | Opinion

His View: Cassandra has warned us – will we listen? | Opinion

Cassandra was right (as always). How long will it take for us to recognize her truths? In Greek mythology, Cassandra was cursed to utter true prophecies that no one believed. Her warnings went unheeded, with tragic results. Fast forward a couple of millennia. Today, thousands of Cassandras – also known as scientists – are warning about man’s effects on our changing climate. And the first was a woman, 162 years ago. In August 1856, according…

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OIGARA: Let’s safeguard our environment today for a better tomorrow

OIGARA: Let’s safeguard our environment today for a better tomorrow

Columnists Thursday, June 7, 2018 19:27 By JOSHUA OIGARA | Aftermath of a forest fire. FILE PHOTO | NMG  Environmental sanity now is a matter of global concern, particularly at a critical point when the world is grappling with the vagaries of climate change. East Africa economies are highly dependent on their natural resources base—more than 50 percent of the region’s GDP comes from agriculture, mining, forestry, and fishing. Over the past year alone, severe…

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Licorice Root Market Will Register a CAGR of 5.1% Through 2028

Licorice Root Market Will Register a CAGR of 5.1% Through 2028

VALLEY COTTAGE, May 31, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The scientific name of licorice root is derived from ‘glukos’, which means sweet and ‘riza’, which means root. This type of sweet root comprises glycyrrhizin, a type of compound that has the ability to be almost 50 times sweeter than sugar. Licorice is a kind of perennial herb that is native to the Mediterranean and it has been prized for its medicinal properties for centuries now. Historically, the…

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Hollywood isn’t on the side of the resistance

Hollywood isn’t on the side of the resistance

But that’s not what the movie’s about really. Instead, “Solo,” like most recent Hollywood tent-pole films, is nervous about revolution. Conservatives claim that Hollywood is hopelessly liberal, constantly pushing feminism and LGBTQ rights and other subversive agendas. But when it comes to portraying actual subversives, Hollywood isn’t enthusiastic. On the contrary, big-budget action films often go out of their way to show that radicals are corrupt, misguided or ridiculous, and to insist that the status…

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Why mineral sands are on the march and which stocks could benefit

Why mineral sands are on the march and which stocks could benefit

We don’t spam. Learn more about our Privacy Policy A bunch of ASX-listed juniors are busting to capture new-found upside in the mineral sands space, writes Barry FitzGerald in his legendary Garimpeiro column. The mineral sands sector is on the march. Mineral sands are old beach sands that contain zircon, ilmenite and other minerals. Zircon’s high melting point makes it ideal for use in engines and electronics while ilmenite is the main source of titanium dioxide…

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