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saveplanetearth:

March 22: Happy World Water Day!

saveplanetearth:

March 22: Happy World Water Day!

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saveplanetearth:

March 22: Happy World Water Day!

saveplanetearth:

March 22: Happy World Water Day!

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iecoworld:

A moonbow or space rainbow, is a rainbow produced by light reflected off the surface of the moon (rather than from direct sunlight) refracting off of moisture in the air. http://on.fb.me/12cGCiq

iecoworld:

A moonbow or space rainbow, is a rainbow produced by light reflected off the surface of the moon (rather than from direct sunlight) refracting off of moisture in the air. http://on.fb.me/12cGCiq

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iecoworld:

A moonbow or space rainbow, is a rainbow produced by light reflected off the surface of the moon (rather than from direct sunlight) refracting off of moisture in the air. http://on.fb.me/18MDUp6

iecoworld:

A moonbow or space rainbow, is a rainbow produced by light reflected off the surface of the moon (rather than from direct sunlight) refracting off of moisture in the air. http://on.fb.me/18MDUp6

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mothernaturenetwork:

Melting glaciers responsible for one-third of sea-level rise
Antarctic glaciers lost the least ice overall because spots on the continent melting rapidly were offset by other regions gaining ice.

mothernaturenetwork:

Melting glaciers responsible for one-third of sea-level rise

Antarctic glaciers lost the least ice overall because spots on the continent melting rapidly were offset by other regions gaining ice.

(via theenvironmentblog)

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saveplanetearth:

What Does 10 Million Pounds of Trash Look Like? @ Ocean Conservancy

saveplanetearth:

What Does 10 Million Pounds of Trash Look Like? @ Ocean Conservancy

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saveplanetearth:

It’s good for the planet, good for jobs, and saves money. Check out our new infographic explaining why a national Cash for Containers scheme is a no-brainer @ Greenpeace Australia Pacific

saveplanetearth:

It’s good for the planet, good for jobs, and saves money. Check out our new infographic explaining why a national Cash for Containers scheme is a no-brainer @ Greenpeace Australia Pacific

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mothernaturenetwork:

Plant thrive with ‘words’ of encouragement from each other
Plants already communicate via chemicals, but it appears that an ‘unknown mechanism’ may allow them to also use sounds.

mothernaturenetwork:

Plant thrive with ‘words’ of encouragement from each other

Plants already communicate via chemicals, but it appears that an ‘unknown mechanism’ may allow them to also use sounds.

10 Places to See Before They Disappear
Rising sea levels, air pollution, deforestation and increasing temperatures are eating away at some of the most cherished places on Earth and are changing the landscape of our planet. An infographic, below, recently commissioned by TripInsurance.com, lists 10 places to visit before they’re gone.
Closest to home, Glacier National Park in Montana makes the list. Climate change has been shrinking the national park, which once had 150 glaciers but now is home to only 25, according to the National Park Service.
(via 10 Places to See Before They Disappear - weather.com)

10 Places to See Before They Disappear

Rising sea levels, air pollution, deforestation and increasing temperatures are eating away at some of the most cherished places on Earth and are changing the landscape of our planet. An infographic, below, recently commissioned by TripInsurance.com, lists 10 places to visit before they’re gone.

Closest to home, Glacier National Park in Montana makes the list. Climate change has been shrinking the national park, which once had 150 glaciers but now is home to only 25, according to the National Park Service.

(via 10 Places to See Before They Disappear - weather.com)

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alittledirtneverhurt:

“Scientists maintain that the melting of the ice will soon become a major problem for humans as well as polar bears, not just because of rising sea levels but also because increasing sea temperatures are affecting the weather, sea currents and fish stocks.”Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/veolia-environment-wildlife-photographer-2012-10?op=1#ixzz2QmekMK37(Taken directly from the site)

alittledirtneverhurt:

“Scientists maintain that the melting of the ice will soon become a major problem for humans as well as polar bears, not just because of rising sea levels but also because increasing sea temperatures are affecting the weather, sea currents and fish stocks.”

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/veolia-environment-wildlife-photographer-2012-10?op=1#ixzz2QmekMK37

(Taken directly from the site)

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climate-changing:

nomadreaper-n7:

I had to this for an assignment at school last term and i made it all from scratch so enjoy.

Great

climate-changing:

nomadreaper-n7:

I had to this for an assignment at school last term and i made it all from scratch so enjoy.

Great

(Source: another-perspective17)