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Philip Bethge
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Attended University of Tasmania
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Very nice #Infographic: What Do Your Country's Emissions Look Like? | World Resources Institute #climatechange
Explore just-released CAIT emissions data for 2012 by country and economic sector.
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Interesting talk by George Monbiot: For more wonder, rewild the world
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Genes for antibiotic resistance among those found in most-diverse human microbiome.
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Devastating: How China is stripping Mozambique of its forests | Mail & Guardian
Illegal logging to appease Chinese paymasters is speeding up deforestation in developing countries, all in the name of profit.
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Professors Robert S. Walker and Kim R. Hill controversially advocate for contact with isolated tribes
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An entomologically oriented and slightly morbid breakdown of how the human body decomposes after death...
Most would rather not think about it, but that breakdown gives birth to new life.
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“Slim by Chocolate!” the headlines blared. A team of German researchers had found that people on a low-carb diet lost weight 10 percent faster if they ate a chocolate bar every day. It made the front page of Bild, Europe’s largest daily newspaper, just beneath their update about the Germanwings crash. From there, it ricocheted around the internet and beyond, making news in more than 20 countries and half a dozen languages. It was discussed on tel...
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"Nashorn hat den Straßenpreis von Heroin" - Robert Muir über Wilderei und Naturschutz in der #Serengeti -
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Die Zahl der Elefanten und Nashörner im Serengeti-Nationalpark steigt wieder. Doch Wilderer haben es immer noch zu leicht, sagt Tierschützer Robert Muir. Ranger könnten oft erst auf einen Schuss reagieren - und dann sei es meist zu spät.
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