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More Water Than Necessary

People who live in California are using a large amount of water, but they probably shouldn’t be too hasty as the state could be looking at a shortage in the coming years. If people know that there is a water shortage, then why would they be using so much water at one time? There might …

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Three New Species of Woodland Lizard Discovered

An international team of scientists reported today in an academic journal that they discovered three new species of colorful wood lizards in the fog shrouded rain forest of mountainous Northern Peru. The recent discovery establishes that these types of lizards comprise a very diverse, vividly colored group. The tiny, brightly hued wood lizards extend from …

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Lockheed Martin Has A New Title And Mission: Climate Change Environmentalist And Ocean Life Protector

Lockheed Martin and fish farms aren’t usually used in the same sentence, but that is changing. The mighty defense contractor has decided to do something about climate change, and the executives of the company are putting money where their mouths have been. The company is best known for supplying the military with the power they …

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Costa Rica Gets More Environmentally Friendly

Costa Rica has successfully not used any fossil fuel for the past two months. The country has invested heavily in hydroelectric plants, and thanks to a significant rainfall over the past few months it’s been able to power the entire country without having to use any petroleum. It’s not entirely surprising that the country was …

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75 Days of Renewable Energy for Costa Rica

In an effort to gain energy independence, the country of Costa Rica has reached a milestone, reaching, and passing, its 75th day running nearly entirely on clean energy. The Costa Rican Electricity Institute claimed that this was possible due to heavy rainfall in the first three months of the year, allowing for hydroelectric plants to …

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The Brazilian economy finds stability with BRL Trust

The Brazilian economy has seen periods of affluence and times of crisis, but a number of new companies like the BRL Trust are leading the eight largest economy in the world into a bright future. Specialists in loan administration, BRL Trust is one of the most respected and admired companies in Brazil who have developed …

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Seasonal Allergies

Every spring there are many people who can not escape the sneezing, wheezing, runny nose and itchy eyes. These are some of the symptoms of seasonal allergies and its on its way. Antihistamines are usually prescribed for people with allergies, but this can have side effects, and many people have turned to natural remedies to …

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Covered in Snow

When you live in states in the northeast, it’s pretty much expected that you will some at least a small amount of snow in the winter. If you live in Boston, the snowfall total has reached nine feet for the season. Sergio Cortes knows that this is a record breaking amount for the 2015 season, …

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Italian Man Catches 280 Pound Catfish

A man in Italy has told the media that he has caught one of the largest catfish in the world weighing in at 280 pounds. Italian fisherman Dino Ferrari and his brother took a fishing trip to the Po River in northern Italy where they reported that they had wrestled with the giant fish for …

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Climate Change Deniers Proven Wrong

Anyone who denies that climate change is harmful need only look to the small Alaskan island village of Kivalina for proof. The native Iñupiat made Kivalina their home when the United States government long ago forced nomadic peoples who originally lived in small hunter-gatherer groups to go to the Kivalina government-run school. The town’s current …

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