World faces greatest humanitarian crisis since 1945 – The UN’s Holocaust

More than 20 million people are starving – Somalia says 110 people died from hunger in past 48 hours – Warnings that 1.4m children could starve to death this year. Continue reading “World faces greatest humanitarian crisis since 1945 – The UN’s Holocaust”

Can a new study on trees change the conversation about Amazon conservation?

New study finds that the Amazon region is a cultural artifact. The authors suggest it may provide a road map for conservation. Continue reading “Can a new study on trees change the conversation about Amazon conservation?”

Thousands Of Pedophiles Locked Up Under Trump -But Why No Media Coverage?

The feds have locked up 1,500 people on child trafficking and pedophilia charges since Trump took office, and the media has remained silent. Fears of main stream media being party to mass pedophile rings Continue reading “Thousands Of Pedophiles Locked Up Under Trump -But Why No Media Coverage?”

Marshall islands is the first nation to ratify the global HFC greenhouse pact

The Marshall Islands in the Pacific Ocean became the first nation on Tuesday to ratify a 2016 accord to cut the use of powerful factory-made greenhouse gases, saying the survival of the nation was at risk from climate change Continue reading “Marshall islands is the first nation to ratify the global HFC greenhouse pact”

Oil Pipeline 150 miles from Dakota Access point leaks 176,000 gallons

The planned construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline which activists have demonstrated for months against is under now more scrutiny to justify itself
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