Nature Creates the Finest of Art | GreenXC -... →
Batad, in Northern Luzon Philippines, is in the top 5 of my favorite places on earth. I wanted to share with you some beautiful scenery I saw during a visit there. The only way to get here is a a long overnight bus up from Manila, then a tricycle ride up to the saddle of the road, which is a path in many places. From there a trusted guide will lead you down narrow winding paths for a few...
World's oceans in 'shocking' decline →
BBC photographs from IPSO The oceans are in a worse state than previously suspected, according to an expert panel of scientists. In a new report, they warn that ocean life is “at high risk of entering a phase of extinction of marine species unprecedented in human history”. They conclude that issues such as over-fishing, pollution and climate change are acting together in ways that have not...
MANDATORY REMINDER from CNN: NASA reports that by...
This is not true. However, don’t let this stop you from doing the right thing. REDUCE. REUSE. RECYCLE.
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Stop The Sexual Abuse of Female Egyptian Prisoners
Target: Chairman Mohamed Hussein Tantawi Sponsored by: Care2.com When Salwa Hosseini, 20, was arrested at a protest in Tahrir Square, she was forced to strip naked in front of photograph-snapping male soldiers. Then, she and the other female prisoners underwent “virginity tests.” If their tests came up negative, they would be savagely beaten and arrested for prostitution. According...
This is an underwater river in Mexico.
fuck-yeah-best-posts: thefuturepresidentandres: The river is made of hydrogen sulfide. As hydrogen sulfide is much denser than water, it stays at the bottom and creates its own river. However, hydrogen sulfide is classified as a level 4 in the MSDS, and is very dangerous. Definitely not something you want to go take a dip in. OH! That’s why there’s water in Bikini Bottom! Submitted...
Aquino vows PH to use 50% 'green' energy by 2030
By Anna Valmero MAKATI CITY, METRO MANILA—Two decades from now, half of the Philippines’ energy needs will rely on renewable energy as the country aims to increase by threefold power generated by “green” energy sources, President Benigno Aquino III said Tuesday. “We aim to achieve 50 percent sustainable renewable energy by 2030 so that we will not be relying too much on coal and...
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President Aquino opens 200-megawatt powerplant in Southern Cebu