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What is the biggest climate threat?

Most people assume that the biggest climate threat will be in the form of something new: hurricane force winds, heat waves, but it's something more mainstream. At least it wasn't another Katrina. It's the silver lining many people seemed to cling to after Hurricane Barry (which was quickly downgraded to Tropical Storm Barry), which hit Louisiana on Saturday.
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NEWS

An 8-year-old boy caught a shark and can set a new record

The "feat" of an Australian minor has gone viral on social media. His mark must be verified but it may be a record: Jayden Millauro, an eight-year-old Australian boy, who caught a gigantic shark eight times his weight, off the coast of New South Wales (Australia) early of this month.
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NEWS

Help save the Mulu jungle

An oil palm plantation threatens Sarawak's only UNESCO Heritage area. In the vicinity of Gunung Mulu National Park, the forest has already been cleared to establish a palm plantation. The Berawan and Penan indigenous population oppose the project that ends their forest and livelihood.
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ECONOMY

Garden Therapy: Cultivating Healing Through Sowing!

As expected, contact with nature has positive and healthy effects on our mind and body, and following this line of thought, we have garden therapy, which is increasingly used to treat illnesses or emotional imbalances, such as stress or depression, logically with the support and support of a therapist or doctor.
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Women

Rural Women - Testimonies of struggle

Testimony of the struggle and resistance of the women organized in the Peasant Movement of Santiago del Estero- MOCASE Via Campesina. Silvia Bravo resists the attempt to evict her from her territory where she produces food, raises animals, takes care of the forest, lives a peasant life. Anatuya is not exempt from the economic interests of foreign agribusiness entrepreneurs who try to advance the possession rights of the communities.
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