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2008 KV2: The asteroid that will pass close to Earth today

A huge rock called 2008 KV2 will approach the Earth at a speed of 40,800 km per hour. But without risk of collision with our planet. NASA estimates that the asteroid will slide at a distance of approximately 6.7 million kilometers from Earth (17 times that which separates us from the Moon) 2008 KV2 is classified as a Near Object to the Earth or NEO (Near-Earth Objects).
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Coldplay suspends their tours until their concerts ‘benefit the environment’

The British band Coldplay has decided not to do a tour to promote their latest album, Everyday Life, which was released this Friday, due to the environmental impact that their concerts may generate. "We are going to take some time to see how our tour can be beneficial," said the group's leader, Chris Martin, revealing to the BBC network the decision they have taken in the face of the climate crisis.
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Bee, the first influencer bee on Instagram

The Fondation de France (FDF), a philanthropic institution, created the Bee Fund, which seeks to finance actions to recover the population of bees. To make the mission lighter and more fun, he opened an Instagram account and introduced the world to the first influencer bee. The character made in computer graphics is pure charm, he already has more than 122 thousand followers and his name is B.
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Innovative project: straws made from wild grass

Plastic straws or straws are a serious environmental problem. But are they really necessary? And if so, is it possible to replace plastic with another biodegradable material? You have already seen biodegradable paper straws, but what is really innovative is in the material that a Vietnamese used.
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Who pays the environmental costs that nobody pays?

Who pays the cost of the resources used in the production of a good, plus the loss of well-being that the project causes by modifying the environment? "The polluter pays" is a phrase that is often used to morally assign responsibility for damage the environment to the culprit, the laws of several countries adopt this position, even the so-called green parties that exist in various countries.
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