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- Earthquake Magnitude 6.3M, Depth:22.35km
- on 12 Mar 2016 18:06 UTC
- About 188 people within 100km
- inserted at 12 Mar 2016 18:27:00 UTC
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Fri, 11 Mar 2016 18:54:00 +0100
AMAZONIA, Ecuador — Indigenous communities in the Amazonian rainforest believe nature has a spirit. Trees, flowers and plants have as much importance as human lives in Ecuador’s rainforest, possibly the most biologically diverse place on the planet. “To take down a tree is like killing a....
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Climate Change: United Nations Reveals 34 Nations Experiencing Food Scarcity
Fri, 11 Mar 2016 13:30:00 +0100
An heat affected Barely or Wheat crop with an invasion of Capeweed (Arctotheca calendula) during an green drought in Gregadoo, New South Wales. Photograph was taken the temperature was 27.4°C, Dew point; -7.3°C and Relative humidity; 10%.
Climate change is being blamed for the shortage of food in....
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