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Toxic waste and the New World Order

By By Mitchel Cohen * The toxic waste trade is more than a lucrative industry; it is also a central New World Order strategy, an intentional way of enclosing previously common property lands and resources - the very air we breathe - and establishing trade in pollution rights.
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The EU, the largest importer of products from illegally deforested areas

The European Union (EU) is the largest importer in terms of value, not quantity, of products such as palm oil, meat or soy produced on illegally deforested land, according to a study published today by the NGO Fern. The study "Stolen goods : the complicity of the EU in illegal tropical deforestation ”points out that in 2012 the European Union imported quantities equivalent to about 6.
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Madrid will ban circuses with animals

Circuses with animals will be prohibited in the city of Madrid. The Plenary of the City Council of the capital has approved a proposal presented jointly by the Government of Manuela Carmena and the PSOE to draft a new municipal ordinance that provides for the veto in this type of shows both on public and private lands.
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The problem of biodiversity loss

In the last 10,000 years, animal and plant diversity has settled in the hot and humid tropical fringes, and also in the cold and arid polar zones. However, this exaltation of life is suffering a devastating setback due to human activity. The rate of extinction of species has drastically accelerated. The word biodiversity is a contraction of biological diversity; therefore it refers to the variety in the living world.
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Trees "learn" to adapt to climate change

Trees and forests would be "learning" to adapt to climate change. According to an international research, its strategy is to make better use of water.The international study, led by the University of New Hampshire (USA), has shown that forests are adjusting their way of growing in the face of the climate crisis, taking advantage only of the fertilizing effect of dioxide carbon, and then grow faster if water is abundant.
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