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Salmon Farms Are Destroying Wild Salmon Runs, First Nations Say

By Judith Lavoie Members of the Musgamagw Dzawada’enuxw First Nation say salmon farms in their territory are destroying wild salmon runs and polluting clam beds and they must leave. Last week a small flotilla of boats from Kingcome Village, Gilford Village and Alert Bay, with the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society‘s research vessel Martin Sheen in […]

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DHL to start selling zero emission delivery vehicles

Ever since Amazon transformed the way we shop, many of us have gotten used to the sight of delivery trucks crisscrossing our neighborhoods multiple times a day. In terms of sustainability, this has always felt like somewhat of a mixed bag. On the one hand, if online shopping can cut out individual car trips to […]

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10 Natural Antibiotics That Our Ancestors Used Instead Of Pills

Many “super bacteria” have appeared in the recent years due to the excessive usage of antibiotics either as shots or as pills. What has really happened? Well, bacteria have become antibiotic resistant and evolve faster than scientists are able to find effective medicines against them. It is estimated that in the future bacteria will be […]

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This Is What Happens When You Drink Water Right After You Get Out Of Bed

Drinking water on empty stomach, immediately after waking up is a very popular thing in Japan today. Slowly, this trend is spreading all over the world. Scientific tests performed by Japanese medical workers have proved the successful treatment of the following diseases: headaches, body aches, heart diseases, arthritis, fast heart beat, epilepsy, obesity, bronchitis, asthma, […]

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Half of world’s rare antelope population died within weeks

Scientists are struggling to explain the mass die-off of at least 150,000 endangered saiga antelopes in Kazakhstan earlier this year Dead saiga antelopes in Kazakhstan. At least 150,00 died within a fortnight earlier this year. Photograph: Sergei Khomenko/FAO Emma Howard More than half of the world’s population of an endangered antelope died within two weeks […]

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