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The Weather Channel has your forecast for 2050

The Weather Channel has your forecast for 2050 | Travel Bites &... News | Scoop.it
The Weather Channel joins the IPCC in predicting a chaotic future without climate action. Wear a raincoat.
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Nearly Half Of U.K. Opens To Fracking Exploration, Including Protected Areas

Nearly Half Of U.K. Opens To Fracking Exploration, Including Protected Areas | Travel Bites &... News | Scoop.it
On Monday, United Kingdom officials opened the 14th onshore oil and gas licensing round, the first in six years, giving fossil fuel companies the chance to bid for licenses across nearly half the region.
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Last of the Sea Nomads · by James Morgan

Last of the Sea Nomads · by James Morgan | Travel Bites &... News | Scoop.it
A story on Maptia by James Morgan (jamesmorgan) — Marine nomads, the Bajau Laut, have lived in the waters of the Coral Triangle for centuries but their way of life and their uniquely intimate relationship with the ocean is being destroyed.
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WWF to give Denmark climate award - The Copenhagen Post

WWF to give Denmark climate award - The Copenhagen Post | Travel Bites &... News | Scoop.it
WWF to give Denmark climate award
The Copenhagen Post
Environmental organisation WWF will honour the Danish government for its ambitious energy and climate targets and its long tradition of implementing renewable energy policies.
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10 Funky Ways To Reuse Old Magazines

10 Funky Ways To Reuse Old Magazines | Travel Bites &... News | Scoop.it
Empty out those magazine racks! Here are 10 crafty ways to reuse old magazines, newspaper and junk mail.Read More...
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It Takes a Lot of Cow Skulls to Make Good Wine

It Takes a Lot of Cow Skulls to Make Good Wine | Travel Bites &... News | Scoop.it
Stevie Nicks would be all over this biodynamic winery.

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Euro trash tour: Dumpster diver's war on waste

Euro trash tour: Dumpster diver's war on waste | Travel Bites &... News | Scoop.it
For most a trip across Europe involves sampling the cuisine. Unless like Baptiste Dubanchet they've got their head in a dumpster to highlight food waste.
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Tourism overwhelms the world's historic places, but pays no dues

Tourism overwhelms the world's historic places, but pays no dues | Travel Bites &... News | Scoop.it
Simon Jenkins: As Venice overturns a ban on giant cruise liners, it is clear that the places people flock to are incapable of preserving themselves
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Sweden's Icehotel: Love in a cold climate - Telegraph.co.uk

Sweden's Icehotel: Love in a cold climate - Telegraph.co.uk | Travel Bites &... News | Scoop.it
Telegraph.co.uk Sweden's Icehotel: Love in a cold climate Telegraph.co.uk Thankfully, their racket stopped the moment we raced off into the woods on a Narnia-style journey, the dogs not stopping to lift a leg as they piddled on the run, until we...
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6 Terrifying New Creatures Science Just Discovered

6 Terrifying New Creatures Science Just Discovered | Travel Bites &... News | Scoop.it
While we at Cracked like to regularly terrify our readers with tales of all the frightening creatures we share the planet with, we should always keep one thing in mind: Nature is always finding ways to top itself.
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National Geographic’s Enric Sala is a man on a mission

National Geographic’s Enric Sala is a man on a mission | Travel Bites &... News | Scoop.it
At National Geographic, 21st-century explorers-in-residence reveal the planet’s most remote places — and try to protect them.
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