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UN Development Jul 20
if you weighed all the land mammals on Earth, 30% of that weight is humans, 67% is the farm animals that feed us, and just 3% are wild mammals. Here’s a look at in the .
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AD3NNIS 22h
There is a lot to think about here. Highly recommended.
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Jonathan Pugh 1h
Barad article on Marshall Islands argues for "radical hospitality—an infinity of possibilities for interrupting state sanctioned violence—which is written into the structure of matter itself in its inseparability with the void"
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John Crawford 20h
It's an dance party!
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History_of_Geology Jul 16
July 16, 1945, in the desert of New Mexico the first atomic bomb is detonated, code name "Trinity". The heat of the explosion melted the sand and rocks at the test site, creating a new, radioactive mineral - 💎trinitite☢️
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Diego Juffe Bignoli 4h
Our brand new special issue: Freshwater Conservation in the Anthropocene is free to view for 2 years!
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Vermont Law School 1h
Another is coming your way today at noon. Distinguished Summer Scholar and School of Law Professor Carmen Gonzalez presents " in the ." Come to Oakes 012 or watch live at vermontlaw.ed/live
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Felix Heibeck 3h
We taught a class on sustainable product design with the wonderful students at . We started the class with exploring the responsibilities and opportunities of designers in the . Read about it here 👇
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Steve 10h
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Raymond Plourde Jul 20
Meanwhile the sad, steady march towards continues for the NA right whale. It’s life & death (mostly death) in the age of humans.
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Marco Valente Jul 17
Finished yesterday. Well worth reading if you are thinking about how to build the institutions of tomorrow to live well in the . I am particularly keen on exploring the implications for the collective dialogue formats we need to build
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Phys.org 23h
Researchers suggest new approach needed to address risk @naturesustai
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Crypto Dragon 12h
Hey CT. If you love you love science. is real. Humans created the , we can solve it. Wake up, we are in . Don’t be a denial dickhead. Together we can create a better financial, economical and social system. 🍀
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P M MYERS 5h
Replying to @DavidLogan2020
Fake studies by oil energy countries. The Stanford University studies show this planet is in early stages of the 6th extinction of life on earth as a result of human activity. This is the era. The last era before humans appeared was the halocene era.
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Greg Bird 14h
Special issue: The Politics of Life in EJST 22(3) 2019
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Nichola 21h
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John Stockton Jul 22
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Earl Harper 17h
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Paolo Tarolli (保罗) Jul 22
My work on agricultural terraces awarded as one of the most-cited articles in the journal . Glad for this achievement, but most importantly, I hope that the ideas presented could help the Governments for better preservation of such unique in the world!
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planthro Jul 21
Interactive map shows how global warming will impact cities by 2050 via Learn more about
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