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Steve Andrews 6h
Thanks for explaining! did all the artwork for my and it's easy to see why he's an award winning !
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Steve Andrews 8h
Which ?
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Tired Earth Oct 22
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Steve Andrews 8h
And elsewhere face the same threats!
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Steve Andrews 8h
All the more reason to stop felling !
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Tired Earth 15h
55 Have Died in 2 Months From Unprecedented Zimbabwe , Agency Says.
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Steve Andrews 8h
The main one of those tips I use is !
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Steve Andrews 10h
1 Local, 1 Regional, 1 National, 26 chart positions on Reverb Nation: Stream my songs please and help me get to number 1 in Global!
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Steve Andrews 10h
Just submitted my tunes to - Hoping to get played on their radio shows!
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Steve Andrews 14h
Replying to @hiletroy6
Yeah, you can leave out the bit for me too! I wish we could EXIT the Brexit!
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Survival International Oct 22
We organized an essay competition with and . This 👇is one of the winners - a moving account of government neglect of people whose lands have been stolen and who now have nothing... (original in Spanish).
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Audio Tourist Oct 19
The Arhuaco are one of the last uncorrupted indigenous civilisations to survive culturally intact since the time of the Aztecs and Incas and are seen as ancient guardians of the Earth via
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Survival International Oct 20
29 years after 3 Arhuaco leaders were brutally killed by the army in Colombia, the killers might finally face justice. (In Span). We knew Luis Napoleón & have worked with the Arhuaco for decades – they've always been leaders of the indigenous movement.
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Leonardo DiCaprio Oct 22
Our leaders are not listening. 👂 It’s time to demand climate action. 📢 It’s time to build a diverse global mobilization to defend the environment and our future. 🌏 It’s time to :
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Feargal Sharkey Oct 21
In 2004 published a report stating chalk streams were "Under increasing pressure from water abstraction", and they were "investigating 37 chalk river sites to tackle problems caused by abstractions". So much for all that global warming and 3 dry winter bollocks then.
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Tom Holland Oct 21
Replying to @Feargal_Sharkey
You have to walk the line of a chalk stream, as I did last week with , to appreciate the full horror of what is going on. The clear fast-flowing waters & all the wildlife they support gone; nothing left but toxic sludge, or stagnant pools breeding avian botulism.
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Paul Jennings Oct 22
The more stones you turn the worse this looks we need the and Department for Transport to make a clear statement on their position on what they are allowing to happen to our aquifer, we are all stakeholders.
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Wendy Blythe 18h
Went to exhibition South East Transport plans. River experts not consulted. Yet options impact Granta east arm of Cam + Nine Wells Springs. Include bridges. Pics from factfinding with Cam Valley & found Granta dire straits
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Steve Andrews 15h
I am so pleased for you ! Keep on doing what you are doing so well!
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RSPB Oct 18
Young people are not just supporting the global climate movement. They are driving it. We handed over the reins to some of our young employees to create this video explaining how nature can help us fight the climate crisis and ensure birdsong never falls silent. 💪
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