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‘There was just no snow’: climate change issues applies Iditarod future in doubt

Published in Odd and Fun on 14th November 2017

After record high-pitched winter temperatures reduced parts of the course to a bone-jarring, sled-wrecking obstacle course, is the great mushing race on its way out? A little before midnight on a moonlit night, the solitary light of a bird-dog mushers leader lamp danced across the dark snowfall and ice of the Bering Sea coast and […]

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Published in Odd and Fun on 11th November 2017

The Dakota pipeline protests have drawn indigenous people from across the Americas. But everyone else needs to understand its their fight too Im here until January, said a man sitting with his arms crossed in the backseat. The six of us had piled into an old Ford Taurus, hitching a ride back to camp from […]

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Amy Goodman showed us the perils of standing up to the fossil fuel industry | May Boeve

Published in Odd and Fun on 10th November 2017

The claims of activists and columnists are under threat wherever communities challenge Big Oil in North Dakota and beyond For far too long, the world had been ignoring the North Dakota anti-pipelines protests. Then the Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman captured private security force( employed by a fossil fuel fellowship) sicking pups on Native Americans […]

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Besieged Russian scientists drive away polar stands

Published in Odd and Fun on 10th November 2017

Ship delivered bird-dogs and flares to staff at Arctic weather station after they were encircled by 10 adult brings for two weeks Russian scientists have driven away polar abides that circumvented their weather station on an island in the Arctic Ocean for two weeks. A nearby ship was able to reach the island and afford […]

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Judge rejects rampage charges against Democracy Now! cofounder Amy Goodman

Published in Odd and Fun on 20th October 2017

There may be hope for the First Amendment claims of information media correspondents a North Dakota judge has dismissed rioting indictments against Democracy Now !~ ATAGEND cofounder and investigative reporter Amy Goodman. As TechCrunch reported this weekend,Goodmanwas charged for participating in a riot after she reported from the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation inNorth Dakota, on […]

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Where global warming get real: inside Nasa’s mission to the north pole

Published in Odd and Fun on 4th October 2017

The long speak: For 10 times, Nasa has been moving over the ice caps to graph their retreat. This data is an invaluable preserve of climate change. But does anyone care? From the window of a Nasa aircraft flying over the Arctic, searching down on the frost membrane that envelops most of Greenland, its easy […]

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Turf it: Californians turn back to grass lawns as drought dishonor decline

Published in Odd and Fun on 30th September 2017

The nations penalise shortage viewed neighbours spurned and water-guzzling lawns rent up. But turf-industry insiders say grass is making a comeback Yumi Wong adores the latest addition to being able to her southern California home: a luxuriant, emerald lawn. It precisely examines much nicer with all the light-green. It feels clean and quiet, she said […]

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These gallant rodents are depicting “the worlds” why we need to rethink how we feel about rats.

Published in Odd and Fun on 21st September 2017

Everything you think you know about rats is wrong. Think they’re soiled? Wrong. They spend hours scavenging themselves every day. Think they were responsible for the bubonic haras? Wrong again. It was fleas, who were just as likely to be found on felines, pups, and even gerbils! Think they’re ugly? Wrong, incorrect, incorrect. Rats are […]

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Contribute and arsenic in grime violences Indiana project occupants to vacate dwellings

Published in Odd and Fun on 11th September 2017

Over 1,000 parties in West Calumet confronted with displacement after agents move to demolish complex where EPA demonstrated high pas degrees decades ago Three boys chase each other and a small dog around a tree at the West Calumet public housing project in East Chicago, Indiana, for the purposes of the watchful eyes of 80-year-old […]

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Obama administration warns of’ climate refugees’ due to rapids Arctic warming

Published in Odd and Fun on 7th August 2017

US Interior Secretary Sally Jewell has covered a stark picture of communities displaced by rising Arctic temperatures that are washing away towns The Obama organisation has cautioned the US will need to deal with a brandish of climate refugees as the Arctic continues to warm, joining with the Canadian government to express alarm over how […]

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