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Police Sgt. On Fawn-Napper: "There Are Stupid People Out There, But This One..."

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  • 18 July 2016
  • Author: Vrountas
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Police Sgt. On Fawn-Napper: "There Are Stupid People Out There, But This One..."
The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) arrested a woman who intentionally took 4 fawns from the wild in Montcalm County.  Then, she made pictures of them in her home and posted them on Facebook. The woman was criminally charged for her act by the Michigan DNR.

The Number Of Lives Claimed By Climate Change Is Jaw-Dropping

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  • 13 July 2016
  • Author: Vrountas
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The Number Of Lives Claimed By Climate Change Is Jaw-Dropping
During a heatwave in 2003, more than 70,000 people in different European countries died in a powerful heatwave which continued during a significant part of the summer.

France was dreadfully affected  with the terrifying  15,000 deaths only for August.  In the UK, the heat took more than 2,000 human lives.

The Ocean Is Filled With Millions Of Gallons Of...Well, Maybe You Don't Want To Know

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  • 13 July 2016
  • Author: Vrountas
  • Number of views: 80
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The Ocean Is Filled With Millions Of Gallons Of...Well, Maybe You Don't Want To Know
With the intensive economic and nature-destroying activities of humans, it is pretty obvious that ocean water is not exactly clean. But have you thought about the organic waste that comes from the marine species? Whales especially seem quite productive in polluting the waters that we use for surfing, swimming, snorkeling and other leisure activities. 

US Fossil Fuel Consumption Hits A 20-Year Low

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  • 12 July 2016
  • Author: Vrountas
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US Fossil Fuel Consumption Hits A 20-Year Low
The three traditional fossil fuels—coal, petroleum, and natural gas traditionally ensure a major part of the U.S. energy consumption during the last century. Their share in 2015 was 81.5% of the total energy consumption. This was actually the lowest share they had in the past century. 

Did The Fish And Wildlife Service Give Trophy Hunters Permits To Kill Endangered Animals?

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  • 11 July 2016
  • Author: Vrountas
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Did The Fish And Wildlife Service Give Trophy Hunters Permits To Kill Endangered Animals?
Wildlife organizations such as the Fish and Wildlife Service have been criticized lately by lawmakers because they may have given hunters the right to kill animals that are endangered such as the black rhinoceros. This organization has been criticized before for allowing circuses to harm different endangered breeds of tigers and elephants. These lawmakers are seeking an end to all of this mistreatment. 

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Animal Control: These Are Some Of The Worst Conditions We've Ever Seen

In Long Island this week, a man’s home was invaded after Animal Control officials received many phone calls and complaints about the sounds and smells coming from one man’s home in Bellmore. When the authorities arrived, they were shock of the condition of the home...
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This Popular Weed Killer Causes Cancer

Monsanto’s Roundup, a renowned herbicide has been under the microscope for a long while now. In March 2015, WHO (the World Health Organization) announced that the main component in Monsanto’s weed killer Roundup is a ‘probable’ cause for cancer. This announcement shocked many people in the USA.
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Are You Unknowingly Poising Yourself? The Alarming Discovery In US Water

Flint is not the only city that is now worried about the water that it is drinking. After the lead that was found in Flint’s water supply, many other cities have begun to wonder exactly how safe their water is. The answers will surprise you. Flint is not the only city in America that has large amounts of lead in its water.
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Tourists Break Nearly Every Bone In Endangered Sea Turtle's Body. Here's Why...

In Lebanon, an endangered sea turtle was pulled out of the ocean and then beaten so tourists could take pictures with it. This happened last week to a loggerhead sea turtle. The turtle suffered from quite a few severe injuries as the beach goers pulled it out of the current. 
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Second Biggest Consumer Of Plastic Bags In The World Finally Bans Them

Morocco government has intensified its efforts to totally get rid of plastic bags which are widely used in the country. Studies show that in 2015 the Moroccan citizens used 26 billion bags made of plastic. This huge number leads to the accumulation of plastic trash everywhere.
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The Biggest Radio Telescope In The World Will Soon Belong To China

China has just finished the construction of what will be the largest radio telescope in the world. The news was announced by the state media. This is a project of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The FAST telescope (Five-hundred-metre Aperture Spherical Telescope) have the incredible sizes of about 30 football fields. This impressive machine is located in a mountain in the southwestern parts of China, Guizhou province. 

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The Toxic Florida Crisis You Should Know About

Florida has been struck by a smelly ecological challenge. Thick and nasty layers of toxic blue-green algae covered the sand of Jensen Beach. This made the Martin County officials close the beach in order to prevent public health hazard.
The bloom stretches for miles. It reaches the Martin County shoreline.
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Thanks To Solar Energy, This Airport No Longer Pays For Electricity

The Cochin International Airport has made a real ecological strike. This is an airport, located in southern India. And it has just stopped paying for electricity at all because it simply does not need it. Just the opposite – the airport actually can contribute energy back to the electricity grid. It can do this because of its tens of thousands solar panels.
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If You're Over 40, You've Been Around To See Half Of All Wildlife Destroyed

The number of wildlife species is now the half of what it was 40 years ago.Various species were decimated by humans who kill them for or massively destroy their habitats. These conclusions were made by scientists of theWorld Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the Zoological Society of London.

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Another Win For The Environment: San Francisco Bans Foam

On Tuesday, The Board of Supervisors in San Francisco voted to ban the commonly used polystyrene foam products. This ban concerns polystyrene to-go food containers, food packaging, coffee cups and others. The restriction will take effect on January 1, 2017. Only for fish and meat trays, it will be delayed to July 1, 2017. 
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Florida Man Could Face 5 Years In Jail For What He Did To Sea Turtle Family

A man from Florida got arrested and was charged with taking more than 100 eggs of a loggerhead sea turtle. The man did this criminal act as the turtle was laying the eggs on a Florida beach. This was announced by the state wildlife and conservation commission.
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Thai Fisherman Catches Strange, Unrecognizable, Eyeless Fish

Thai fishermen were left stoned when they saw what they had just caught. That was a bizarre creature living in the deep waters of Thailand. The men made a video of the creature. It brightly shows this large fish writhing around the boat. It obviously did not know what was happening after it got captured by the fishermen. 
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Did The Fish And Wildlife Service Give Trophy Hunters Permits To Kill Endangered Animals?

Wildlife organizations such as the Fish and Wildlife Service have been criticized lately by lawmakers because they may have given hunters the right to kill animals that are endangered such as the black rhinoceros. This organization has been criticized before for allowing circuses to harm different endangered breeds of tigers and elephants. These lawmakers are seeking an end to all of this mistreatment. 
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US Fossil Fuel Consumption Hits A 20-Year Low

The three traditional fossil fuels—coal, petroleum, and natural gas traditionally ensure a major part of the U.S. energy consumption during the last century. Their share in 2015 was 81.5% of the total energy consumption. This was actually the lowest share they had in the past century. 
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Police Sgt. On Fawn-Napper: "There Are Stupid People Out There, But This One..."

The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) arrested a woman who intentionally took 4 fawns from the wild in Montcalm County.  Then, she made pictures of them in her home and posted them on Facebook. The woman was criminally charged for her act by the Michigan DNR.
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