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Business Man by Sebastian Govino

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Mommy, What Was It Like To Live Among The Trees?

We cannot afford to let this become our world's future. Our health and the health of all life on this planet depends on it. Otherwise there will be no future, healthy or otherwise for our children's children.

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What are you going to do when all reserves are tapped out and they have fracked the life out of mother earth? Go GREEN. Reduce travel pollution with video conferencing.

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Monday Money Quote: Environment vs Economy

If you really think the economy is more important that the environment, try holding your breath whilst you count your money.

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Stop Polluters From Putting Their Money Where Your Mouth Is

u have to do to c there is a prob is turn on ur TV the airwaves are saturated with political ads funded by a handful of billionaires pushing their narrow agenda. The result? The massive megaphone ey've bought is drowning out the voices of everyone else. Take a look at the House of Representatives. After Citizens United, polluter dollars poured into campaigns all over the country. political money distorting the priorities of our democracy

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"Deforestation also drives climate change. Forest soils are moist, but without protection from sun-blocking tree cover they quickly dry out. Trees also help perpetuate the water cycle by returning water vapor back into the atmosphere. Removing trees deprives the forest of portions of its canopy, which blocks the sun’s rays during the day and holds in heat at night. This disruption leads to more extreme temperatures swings."

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California artist Kyle Leonard, who draws stunningly detailed stippled art with millions of dots, is inspired by the natural world and politics, especially the politics that affect the way we treat the environment. “I draw everyday as a creative outlet and for the meditative quality of it.” He spends about 6 to 100 hours on each piece depending on size and complexity.

California artist Kyle Leonard, who draws stunningly detailed stippled art with millions of dots, is inspired by the natural world and politics, especially the politics that affect the way we treat the environment. “I draw everyday as a creative outlet and for the meditative quality of it.” He spends about 6 to 100 hours on each piece depending on size and complexity.

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"How could I look my grandchildren in the eye and say I knew about this - and I did nothing?" Thought provoking quote from David Attenborough #climatechange

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Climate denial in Australia, the US and the UK because of Rupert Murdoch - Naomi Klein

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