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WE'RE EATING THE RAINFOREST

Palm oil: the ingredient used in food, cosmetics, cleaning products and fuels. As great as this may be for the pockets of multinational companies it is devastating for the environment and to the livelihoods of individuals. 517 more words

Environment

U.S. doesn't Want to Take Responsibility for Killed People in Raqqa

The official representative of the United States Department of Defense Adrian Rankine-Galloway neither confirmed nor denied the information concerning the death of civilians in the Syrian city of Raqqa as a result of another air strike by the international coalition. 197 more words

Facts

Pentagon Declines to Comment on Death of Civilians in Raqqa

The official representative of the United States Department of Defense Adrian Rankine-Galloway neither confirmed nor denied the information concerning the death of civilians in the Syrian city of Raqqa as a result of another air strike by the international coalition. 197 more words

News

United Nations warns U.S. to reject racism, hate speech after Charlottesville

A top U.N. body on racial discrimination has taken an unusual step in calling on the United States to “unequivocally and unconditionally” reject racist hate speech and crimes following a far-right rally in… 119 more words

World

Why we need Wonder Woman now

To celebrate the superhero turning 75-years-old, the United Nations decided to honour Wonder Woman by naming her as the United Nations ambassador for the empowerment of women and girls. 555 more words

WONDERWOMAN

World Merit Comes to Chester

Last Year World Merit took young people to the USA and the UN to discuss global issues. This year they will be in Chester and Westminster taking the ‘truth to power’ 1,140 more words

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The light (success) of the forecasted (future) through the eyes (knowledge) of the unknown (past): Addressing Biodiversity and Life below Water issues

How does our knowledge of the past inform efforts to conserve biodiversity into the future? (Journey to Merit360 2017)

Noting with deep concern the globally trending fever about climate change and its impacts on various environmental settings, fish and fishery industry is highly vulnerable; especially in Africa. 237 more words

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