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Paris climate agreement hailed by ecumenical leaders

Paris climate agreement hailed by ecumenical leaders — World Council of Churches

Exxon- and Koch-funded scientist Willie Soon confronted at University of Wisconsin over discredited climate research

CFACT Campus (Collegians For A Constructive Tomorrow), University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI. Willie Soon's funding and wo.

Honeybees produce an astounding 2.65 billion pounds of honey each year that feeds 7.19 billion humans, annually. Some of the minerals in specific concentrations found in honey mimic the concentrations of human blood serum. Thus honey metabolizes easily and can be an important source of essential nutrients. If the bees die, we die.

Australian Honeybees Unable to Make Honey

Mass deaths in bee colonies may mean disaster for farmers--and your favorite foods. This week's issue of TIME looks at the plight of the honeybee. Find it on newsstands Friday. Photograph by Hannah Whitaker for TIME.

On the Environment, the Alarmists Are Still Losing

All that effort. All the sermonizing and bloodcurdling imagery and still, Americans don't seem to be evolving quickly enough on the environment. A new poll by Pew Research Center, for.

While our family creates a homestead from scratch on raw land, we've been living without running water. Here's how we make bathing, cooking, drinking, and watering without running water work for our family. | Homestead Honey

Living without Running Water

While our family creates a homestead from scratch on raw land, we've been living without running water. Here's how we make bathing, cooking, drinking, and watering without running water work for our family.

Acolytes -  One who assists in the celebration (i.e., carrying candles, holding the Pope's staff miter, etc.).

Acolyte - One who assists in the celebration--i., carrying cross (the smaller one--large cross is carried by the "crucifer"), lights candles, assists in Holy Eucharist (Communion)

2015 Theme: The Power of the Adolescent Girl: Vision for 2030  On December 19, 2011, the United Nations General Assembly adopted Resolution 66/170 to declare 11 October as the International Day of the Girl Child, to recognize girls’ rights and the unique challenges girls face around the world.

International Day of the Girl Child recognizes girls’ rights and the unique challenges girls face around the world.

The climate may be heating up less in response to greenhouse-gas emissions than was once thought. But that does not mean the problem is going away

A sensitive matter

The climate may be heating up less in response to greenhouse-gas emissions than was once thought. But that does not mean the problem is going away - Climate science: A sensitive matter

2013 Climate Justice Seminar

2013 Climate Justice Seminar

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