Global Study Attributes A Shocking Number of Plant Extinctions To Human-Made Destruction

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Global Study Attributes A Shocking Number of Plant Extinctions To Human-Made Destruction A “frightening” number of plant extinctions have been caused by the human destruction of the living world according to scientists who have completed the first global analysis of the issue. Scientists found that since 1750, 571 species had so far been wiped out; … Read more

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Heat Wave in India With Temperatures Rising As High As 123 Degrees Claimed At Least 36 Lives

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Heat Wave in India With Temperatures Rising As High As 123 Degrees Claimed At Least 36 Lives India’s most intense and most extended heat waves in decades with temperatures reaching almost 123 degrees, has killed at least 36 people since it began in May. The government has warned that due to delay in the arrival … Read more

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Canada Joins The Growing Worldwide Movement With Its Plans To Ban Single-Use Plastics

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Canada Joins The Growing Worldwide Movement With Its Plans To Ban Single-Use Plastics Canada is now a part of the growing global movement of banning single-use plastics after it joined other global nations on Monday in their efforts to help protect the environment from the evil effects of plastic. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau while announcing … Read more

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Climate Change Could Make The Largest Public Companies of The World Shed $1Trillion But With Underlying Opportunities Much More Than That

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Climate Change Could Make The Largest Public Companies of The World Shed $1Trillion But With Underlying Opportunities Much More Than That Climate change is likely to cost the 200 and more largest public companies of the world nearly $1 trillion in the next five years coupled with the more financial burden in store as per … Read more

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First Ever Study Reveals Humans Consume Minimum 50,000 Microplastic Particles Yearly

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First Ever Study Reveals Humans Consume Minimum 50,000 Microplastic Particles Yearly Human ingestion of plastic pollution – the first study of its kind estimates that an average person consumes at least 50,000 particles of microplastic in a year and breathes in almost the same quantity. The exact number, however, is probably many times higher, as … Read more

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New Delhi’s Ghazipur Rubbish Pile Now Set To Rise Higher Than The 239Ft Taj Mahal By 2020

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New Delhi’s Ghazipur Rubbish Pile Now Set To Rise Higher Than The 239Ft Taj Mahal By 2020 The Taj Mahal is becoming a fetid symbol due to the co-existence of the tallest rubbish mountain in India which according to the UN is – the world’s most polluted capital and this rubbish pile is on course … Read more

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Madrid To Become The Maiden City in Europe To Discard a Major Urban Low-emissions Zone (LEZ)

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Madrid To Become The Maiden City in Europe To Discard a Major LEZ Revoking the Madrid Central anti-pollution plan will be the new directive in Madrid which would possibly become the first European city to discard a major urban low-emissions zone (LEZ) post local polls. The rightwing politician who would perhaps be the new President … Read more

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Human Civilization Might Reach Its Very End Commencing From 2050, Suggests New Report

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Human Civilization Might Reach Its Very End Commencing From 2050, Suggests New Report Human civilization would come to an end in 2050 – the likelihood of which is high as suggested by the new report. A former fossil fuel executive wrote a distressing scenario analysis on how human civilization might collapse because of climate change … Read more

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