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Aloha Friday! // Kama The Surfing Pig enjoys a day on the North Shore with friends. Photo: Kai Holt.

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they could not find anything else for Denmark? :) http://www.thrillist.com/travel/nation/what-every-european-country-is-worst-at
Being the best at dropping out of school means you're the worst.
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Impressive:  "Denmark generating one-third (33.8%) of its electricity from wind power"

http://mashable.com/2014/08/23/wind-power-share/?utm_cid=mash-com-Tw-main-link
Europe boasts the six countries leading in wind power share, but capacity, population and infrastructure put the rankings in perspective.
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agree +Elena Kovakina , but still I reckon Denmarks domestic energy consumption is still high and the number is impressive. If every country transits it's domestic energy consumption to green sources, this will have a huge overall impact.
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La vache. On avait quitté Sinéad O'Connor en pleins problèmes de santé en 2012, on la retrouve, combi latex et look sexy, guitares en avant et voix tonnante, plus clean que les fesses d'un bébé et plus rageuse qu'à ses débuts (1987), avant le hit princier Nothing Compares 2 U (90). Fougueux éclaireur d'une dixième galette (I'm not Bossy I'm The Boss, 25/08) féministe, joyeuse et humaniste, Take Me To Church  signe un retour au premier plan dont personne ne se plaindra, culs-bénits exceptés of course.
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Let's get the facts straight on climate change.
In an effort to clear up the climate confusion, here are the top six climate myths, debunked.
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From sending early morning emails to CC'ing tons of people, here are 5 email myths you should probably stop believing.
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I can't stop refreshing this friggin page!!!
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Why do we buy more stuff than we need? What thinking would compel somebody to spend money on things they didn’t actually need in the first place?
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“Above all, I hope that people stop feeling so guilty and powerless about climate change. That's the lie that keeps us paralyzed when really together, we are so much more powerful." 

Emma Thompson's solution to #ClimateChange  is not what you would expect. Read her blog here: 

#SaveTheArctic   #Emma  
Emma Thompson is currently in the Arctic aboard the Greenpeace ship Esperanza. She wrote these words after walking out onto the fragile sea ice for the first time alongside her 14 year old daughter Gaia.We're told that it is all our fault, global warming — we want the fuel, we want our cars, and that the oil industry is me
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This and much more:
"Eating meat and factory farming may move towards the margins of acceptability, given the intensive use of resources and cruelty they represent."

"Raworth believes that our children will “deplore our persistently linear thinking and doing”. In other words, the way we tackle problems like climate change in isolation. Over time a different way of seeing the world according to “systems thinking” will emerge. The trouble is, she explains, we tend to treat fields like education, economic growth and environmental impact as if they are not related, but they’re all interconnected – we just don’t fully understand how yet. “The economy is nested within society which is nested within the planet, and these systems are all interacting with each other.”
How will the future view us? Tom Chatfield asked some of the world’s best minds, and discovered that we will be seen as barbaric in ways we may not even realise.
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