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An Open Letter to Environmentalists

Nuclear power recommended by environmental scientists? Probably sounds like a bomb, but read this.

As conservation scientists concerned with global depletion of biodiversity and the degradation of the human life-support system this entails, we, the co-signed, support the broad conclusions drawn in the article Key role for nuclear energy in global biodiversity conservation published in Conservation Biology ( 326 more words

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secrets of long hairs

AND TO WHOM IT IS FAVOURABLE THAT PEOPLE DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT IT

This information on hair was hidden since the Vietnamese War. Our culture says to people whose style of a  hair— is personal preferences that style of hairs — is fashion and/or convenience, and how people carry hair style— is simply cosmetic question. 2,689 more words

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Agricultural contamination from GMOs is unavoidable, study shows

By Jennifer Lilley
December 7, 2014
Natural News

The GM Contamination Register, run by GeneWatch and Greenpeace, has kept track of about 400 recorded cases of contamination incidents dating back to the unfortunate beginning of genetically modified crops in 1997 through the end of 2013.(1) It was developed to assess GM contamination because, despite the fact that it could occur through the inability to control released organisms, no global monitoring system was truly in place.(2) 569 more words

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What?! So, suddenly willows cause erosion?!?

Has there ever been a clearer indication of how the dominance of a simplistic ideology can warp the way we frame reality, than in the case of beliefs around ‘willows and erosion’? 1,926 more words

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Die, stupid pandas!

In a very interesting Science article a few weeks ago, Georgina Mace highlighted how Conservation Biology has been going through phases in the way of seeing the conservation of nature. 599 more words

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