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Researchers say heatwaves that previously occurred once every three years are now happening every 200 days thanks to global warming
As we get confirmation of earlier predictions, articles about weather events such as this have drifted from probabilities toward certainties.
If Senate and House Republicans have their way, they will eliminate the estate tax, which affects only the wealthiest 0.2% of taxpayers. Repealing the estate tax would hurt our economy and be fundamentally unfair. Senate Democrats: Stand with Ben and Jerry—and stay united against the repeal.
GR: The estate tax has been shrinking as the number of wealthy taxpayers swells. We actually need to increase the tax, but for now we have to prevent Congress from shrinking it again.
Coastal sandy ecosystems are increasingly being threatened by human pressure, causing loss of biodiversity, habitat degradation and landscape modifications.
Coastal development might have slowed during the 20-year period studied. All the best sites have been built out, and portions of the remnants are protected.
Studies such as this should not be so rare. More frequent monitoring is needed for these sites and for natural habitats of all kinds world wide.
WAR – Wildlife At Risk International WE ARE DEVASTATED WAR AMBASSADOR DISAPPEARS WHILE FLEEING ZIMBABWE Rob Grinham, WAR ambassador and wildlife activist was taken from Lusaka airport last night in what seems to be a coordinated effort by both...
Massive Poison Spray in New Zealand Wipes out Pests New Zealand’s contentious program to eradicate rats, possums and stoats by dropping toxins and placing traps has brought the populations of those pests to undetectable or very low levels at most...