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Public green space becoming more important to homebuyers, study suggests

Very interesting reading in Horticulture Week regarding the value of green spaces.

We concur that green space provides so many...

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Sea monster fossil found on roof of ancient Egyptian tomb

A catacomb containing 8 million mummified dogs (to honor Anubis, the jackal-headed god of the dead) also held a surprise: a 45-million...

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Facebook’s terrifying (and dangerous) default privacy settings

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The Pope’s moral plea for climate action

Pope Francis has written the first papal encyclical to be focused solely on the environment. The Pope has just elevated the global...

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Revolutionary developments in animal tracking

As someone who has used old-fashioned radio-tracking to follow animals, I welcome the new developments in tracking equipment. The amount...

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Japanese Aquariums Ban Taking In Dolphins from Taiji Hunt

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Dive under the sea with oceanic Google ‘Street View’

Google Maps are celebrating World Oceans Day with oceanic ‘Street Views’. For the last four years, Google Earth Outreach - a Google...

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Thoughts on WEF Africa, 2015

Dr. Ayo Ajayi, the Director of the Africa Team at the Gates Foundation, outlines brief, yet important reminders related to upcoming...

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Food Deserts: Searching for a Solution...

Not surprisingly, low income families consume foods that are high in salt, fat, and sugar. As this article makes clear, this is a result...

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Supporting social mobility by subsidizing child care

The British government announced a plan on May 27to to give working parents of children aged 3-4 the right to claim 30 hours of free...

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Racism in the USA: the heart-wrenching story of Ota Benga

Four decades after slavery ended in America, Ota Benga - a young man kidnapped from Congo and exported to America - was exhibited in...

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Innovation map reveals wide-spread enterprise

Despite suspicions that the driver of UK economic development is London a new report by the Enterprise Research Centre has concluded...

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Tidal Power - a step closer to reality

The collossal power generated by the sea in tidal movement is closer to being harnessed for electricity generation to support some...

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Scientists are creating biodegradable computer chips

A wonderful breakthrough that will hopefully make our technology greener in the long run. With over 108 million computers sold this year...

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