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Climate Change for Preschoolers: ‘Octonauts’ Explores Unmapped Ground – The New York Times

Four-year-old Francis Gaskin, who lives with his family in Houston, has a favorite episode of his favorite new Netflix cartoon: When the Amazon rainforest canopy dries up from too much heat, the manic howler monkeys must move into the lower…

David Stockman on Why “Global Warming” Did Not Cause Today’s Economic Disasters—Governments Did – International Man

Editor’s Note: Below is part 1 of David Stockman’s article on the “climate crisis” and why governments are the real cause of the current economic issues. – “The Chief of the European Central Bank (ECB) has said that climate change…

Tigers in Nepal Come Back From Brink of Extinction With Historic 190 Percent Increase

July 29 was Global Tiger Day—and Nepal had some roaring-good news, reporting that their wild tiger population is 40 percent higher compared to data from just 2015. In fact, Nepal has nearly tripled the number of tigers in the wild, according to results of the National Tiger and Prey Survey released last week. The historic […]

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US Govt Starts N.M. Wildfire, Tells Victims To Help Pay For Damages

The U.S. government started the largest wildfire in New Mexico’s recorded history this April but is now asking victims to share in the recovery costs, according to Reuters. U.S. Forest Service (USFS) officials lost control of two controlled burns in…

Climate change and global warming was a price we paid for displacing the tribal from the forestlands – Times of India

Nagpur: Tribal activist Dinesh Sheram, also members of Senate and management council of RTM Nagpur University, sounded grave concerned over the changed climatic pattern, global warming and environmental deterioration. He held the mindless displacement of the tribal responsible for the…

‘Climate change, global warming price we paid for displacing tribals’ – Times of India

Tribal activist Dinesh Sheram, also a member of the senate and management council of Nagpur University, sounded gravely concerned over the changed climatic pattern, global warming and environmental deterioration. He says the mindless displacement of tribals is responsible for the…

Urban Forests Create a Birdlife Boom in New Zealand Cities – Even Species Absent for Generations

Just ten minutes beyond the center of Wellington lies a wild paradise, where the birdsong of as many as 40 species ring out above hikers. The massive urban forest of Zealandia is helping prove that if you restore native forest in cities, native species will come back, and for a place with as unique an […]

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One-eyed Cat Missing For 5 Years Shows Up on Offshore Oil Rig Baffling Owners

A five-year odyssey for a cat named Dexter seems to have finally come to an end, after a long, covert stay at a prison was interrupted by his arrival onboard an offshore oil rig, which finally resulted in a call to animal services. The cat was a regular “well-loved” hangabout at Her Majesty’s Prison Grampian […]

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Ukraine Inspires Us With Humanity and Hope: 8 Positive Stories From the Conflict

From charities and governments, to celebrities and everyday people, millions are pitching in to ease the burden for fleeing or sheltering Ukrainians. In turn, they’re inspiring the world with their generosity and strength. We searched the internet to find heartwarming positive stories about Ukraine, and hope they will be an antidote to the daily barrage […]

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65 Different Species of Animals Laugh, Says a New Study

Human laughter is common, but it’s a somewhat mysterious part of our evolution. It’s clear to evolutionary scholars that we laugh as a part of play, signaling our cooperation or friendliness. But how did laughter evolve? And are humans the only ones who do it? Not a chance: Animals laugh too, researchers have observed. Primatologist […]

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