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The Cruel Hunt of Dolphins in Taiji, Japan

Japanese fishermen have the audacity to continue to claim that they have not broken the established rules and firmly assure that they will not carry on their hunting traditions for generations to come. A traditional hunt since the 17th century Taiji is a city in Japan sadly known throughout the world. world due to a horrible custom: the savage slaughter of dolphins and whales, which takes place on its shores.
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Take a deep breath today, tomorrow may be late

By Miguel Webb What we demand of the planet is excessive, we are asking it for more than it can give: we have created a bubble economy - we cut more trees than regenerate, we overgraze the plains to desertification, we empty the aquifers and rivers and we fish from the oceans more than we reproduce.
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Panic seizes Cape Town. The total water cut is imminent

For some residents of drought-stricken Cape Town, the prospect of their taps running dry is almost impossible to bear; for others, the thought of queuing in the blazing summer sun for a meager daily water ration will be a bad thing. needed to keep its businesses solvent, but the day, currently scheduled for April 12, has been drawing ever closer, brought on by the city's overconsumption despite repeated public warnings from increasingly panicked officials .
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Feline antidepressants: how the Japanese fight stress at work

Japanese companies discover that the purring of felines helps reduce stress and anxiety for their employees at work. Ferray Corp, is an example of Japanese companies that allow their employees to bring the cat to the office. According to company management, communicating with animals makes work less stressful.
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Another threat, the Lindane. Children in danger

By Carlos Machado Scientific research brought a lot of progress to the world, it is fair to admit it, but at the same time many misfortunes. Among them ethics and a real concern for the good of humanity. Scientific research brought a lot of progress to the world, it is fair to admit it, but at the same time many misfortunes.
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The mirage of "recycling" plastic

The sad reality is that when you put a plastic in a recycling container, nobody is responsible for it being used for anything, in fact, the chances that it will be converted into another similar plastic object (that is, really recycled like metal or glass) are minimal if not zero.
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