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MASZA

Adopt Masza Virtually. Just fill out the VIRTUAL ADOPTION FORM and help Masza have the best she can get. Update 28.12.2021 Masza is safe! You gave her a wonderful gift for the…

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PALM OIL

Palm oil is the world's most harmful fat, but it is still widely produced especially in Asia. According to a Greenpeace report, from January to September 2019, fires destroyed 857 thousand hectares of…

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BAn on IVORY GOODS

For years, China has been the largest market for ivory goods. In 2018, the ban on trading this material was introduced. After almost four years, WWF experts checked whether it had brought the…

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POVERTY IS RISING DUE TO COVID-19

New research published by the UN World Institute for Development Economics Research is alerting that the economic impact of a pandemic could increase the extent of global poverty by up to half a…

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Good news for river Thames

About 60 years ago, part of the River Thames was declared biologically dead. According to a report by scientists from the Zoological Society of London, now the river that crosses London is once…

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An unusual action for the Dead Sea

Several hundred people wearing nothing but white paint got involved in a project in southern Israel, by the Dead Sea. Together, they took part in an event aimed at publicizing the great problem.…

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European Green Capital of 2023

The European Commission has announced the results of the "Green Capital of Europe 2023" competition. Estonian Tallinn turned out to be the winner. Last week, the city, together with three other finalists -…

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vegan skin created in Poland

photo by Maja Czarnecka Students from Poland created a vegan skin Industrial Biotechnology students at the International Education Center at the Lodz University of Technology have developed a material based on…

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international clouded leopard day

From 2018, August 4 is the International Clouded Leopard day. This small predator from the cat family is another species that is endangered due to deforestation and poaching. The clouded leopard is a…

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Massive melting in greenland

In recent days, ice has melted in Greenland releasing the amount of water which could cover the entire state of Florida with a 5-cm layer. The ice cover there is disappearing twice as…

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International tiger day

On July 29th, we celebrate the International Tiger Day. The holiday was established in 2010 at the Tiger Summit in St. Petersburg and is to remind each of us that the strongest and…

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HALF MILLION TREES IN MADRIT

Madrid wants to fight climate change and air pollution. The governors of Spanish Capital plan to surround the city with a green wall consisting of half a million trees, stretching for 75 km.…

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Disaster AT LAKE TUZ

Lake Tuz is the second largest lake in Turkey. It is also one of the largest hypersaline lakes in the world. The lake is shallow, but its salty nature makes it favorable for…

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Norway protects the nature

A few years ago, Norwegian authorities decided to suspend hard coal mining from the Svalbard archipelago. The Norwegian fjord is now protected. In July 2021, the Van Mijenfjorden National Park was officially opened…

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End of cage farming

European Commission has reached an agreement – is that the end of the cage age? A citizens' initiative called "End the Cage Age" has gathered over 1,500,000 signatures across Europe and on June…

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INTERNATIONAL DOG DAY

Dear Friends, on July 1, which is today, we celebrate International Dog Day! This occasion  is intended to remind people of the importance of four-legged friends in their lives, and of the fact that…

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World Oceans Day

June 8 is World Oceans Day. This is a good opportunity to realize how we should use the resources of the seas and oceans to protect them. Water covers more than 70% of…

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World Bee Day

On May 20, we celebrate World Bee Day, established by the United Nations on the initiative of Slovenia. This day aims to emphasize the importance of bees for obtaining food and to draw…

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The impact of climate change on endemic species

An international team of scientists has combined the results of many studies and analyses to find out how progressive climate change may affect populations of endemic species. These are species that occur only…

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