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3 people are killed every week, to protect the planet

Our insatiable demand for food, minerals from the tech economy and other resources is wreaking havoc on the planet, but it is also directly related to the deaths of world citizens, dozens of them, who are killed because they tried to protect their lands and communities or protect the planet.
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To build Trump's wall they destroy the Desert Giants

Cacti over 70 years old are run over by US Army bulldozers in the Sonoran Desert The majestic Saguaros of the Sonoran Desert, some over 70 years old, are being knocked over by bulldozers to build a border wall of nine meters high and 70km long, by order of the US president, Donald Trump.
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World Breastfeeding Week. Myths and realities

6 out of 10 babies in the world are missing the first 6 months of exclusive breastfeeding recommended by UNICEF and WHO The benefits of breastfeeding for both children and mothers are numerous: it contributes to a healthy development of the baby. brains of infants and young children, protects against infection, lowers the risk of obesity and disease, reduces health care costs and helps prevent breast and ovarian cancer.
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Tourists kill a lion and celebrate it in a photo

Legelela Safaris, a South African company that offers hunting packages, shared on its Facebook wall a photo of two Canadians, Darren and Carolyn Carter, behind a dead lion. In the photo, the couple exchange a romantic kiss on their knees behind the carcass of a large lion in the foreground.
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New Zealand passes historic 'zero carbon' law by 2050

A landmark climate legislation, proposed by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, has been passed in New Zealand's parliament, with historic support from all parties, committing the nation to reduce its carbon emissions to zero by 2050 and meet its commitments under the Paris climate agreements.
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