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CAN EATING MEAT BE ETHICAL?

The ethical basis by which we consume domesticated animals is a deal: people plan & supervise the birth of each animal & provide food, protection, land & shelter. 575 more words

LDESP Indo-Pacific Asia News Update - October 2014

LDESP INDO-PACIFIC ASIA NEWS UPDATE: October 2014

The focus of the 23 October 2014 edition of the LDESP Indo-Pacific Asia News Update is on Cambodia as it grapples with its past and builds its future, as well as the flaring of protests in Hong Kong. 184 more words

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Afforestt. Native. Wild. Forever. #forests

interesting company.

Afforestt is a service provider for creating natural, wild, maintenance free, native forests. At Afforestt, we work passionately on and off-site to provide the best solutions at the lowest possible cost.

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The popcorn smelling tree-climbing madness

I’ve had the great opportunity to study the Viverridae family. And I stumbled across this wonderful creature called Binturong!

The Binturong is the painter and grower of the rain forest – wherever the Binturong goes – the more grows.  211 more words

My Kernel

Documented Disobedience II

Joan Jenkins

Joan’s passion for conservation and sustainable living have driven her to protest against many major environmental issues in Bunbury and further afield. 241 more words

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How Society is hurting this Planet

I’m not environmentally qualified, so I can only voice opinions based on my observations plus the conclusions of people who have effected scientific research.  The overwhelming majority of environmental scientists, as quoted in the world press, suggest that society is negatively impacting upon the environmental health of this planet. 689 more words

Brazil must target smallholders to curb rising deforestation

Anastasia Moloney – The Guardian, 10/20/2014

Farmers with smallholdings are not responsible for most of the destruction of Brazil’s Amazon rainforest, but their contribution to deforestation is rising and must be addressed if the country is to hold on to recent gains, according to an environmental research group. 91 more words

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