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The banana as we know it is in imminent peril

Published in Odd and Fun on 16th September 2017

A genetic clone, the Cavendish banana that inventories supermarket shelves could easily be wiped out by sicknes. Science presents hope of a sustainable approach The banana is the worlds most well known return crop, with over 100 m metric tons created annually in over 130 tropical and subtropical countries. Edible bananas are the result of […]

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Is true, ExxonMobil: a low-carbon future is affordable- and needed

Published in Odd and Fun on 9th September 2017

Exxons narrative of choose, and even encouraging, stagnation in the face of climate change is the oil whales well-established modus operandi Over the past time the price of oil has collapsed and taken ExxonMobils share price with it. As the petroleum whale is prepared to exhaust its latest prepare of results the coming week, the […]

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Determining ocean caliber for Great Barrier Reef will cost $8.2 bn, report hears

Published in Odd and Fun on 8th September 2017

Queensland government study sees current funding is far less than what is needed to meet environmental the aims and escape reef being placed on Unesco watch list Attempting to defined the liquid qualityfor the Great Barrier Reef will cost $8.2 bn in the next decade but even then some of the targets will be impossible […]

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Published in Odd and Fun on 5th September 2017

Privileged white women on vacation being terrorized by sharks is one of Hollywood’s favorite genres. It’s getting so popular that, one year after Blake Lively barely escapes with her life in The Shallows, they announce that Mandy Moore will be next to weather a nautical face-off. At first you think, “Wait, Mandy Moore is seriously […]

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Madagascar drought: 330,000 parties ‘one step from famine’, UN advises

Published in Odd and Fun on 30th August 2017

Food and Agriculture Organisation answers 330,000 beings are on boundary of a nutrient security calamity following sustained shortage that has decimated crops The severe drought afflicting southern Madagascar has left 330,000 beings on the brink of dearth, a elderly UN official has warned. Three subsequent years of failed downpours have left the island nation wrestling […]

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A preview of what the classroom might look like in 2025 is also a conducted an investigation into our planet’s future.

Published in Odd and Fun on 25th August 2017

Climate change is putting a lot of Australia’s natural wonders in danger. We currently know the Great Barrier Reef as the world’s largest coral reef organization at over 1,400 miles long. But as climate change continues to affect our earth’s natural resources, students 20 years from now might be looking back on the reef like […]

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Venice world heritage status under threat

Published in Odd and Fun on 24th August 2017

While the local population diminishes, fares from monstrous ocean liner continue to avalanche into La Serenissima. So how are locals trying to save the city? A monster cruise ship meets a monstrous octopus and gate-crashes into the Rialto bridge, eliciting a tsunami. Its an apocalyptic vision of Venice. The content of Stop the Madness, Philip […]

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Pesticides damage survival of bee colonies, landmark investigate proves

Published in Odd and Fun on 23rd August 2017

The natures largest ever field trial substantiates widely used insecticides impairment both honeybees and wild bees, increasing calls for a ban Widely used insecticides shattering the survival of honeybee colonies, “the worlds” largest ever field trial demonstrates how for the first time, as well as harming wild bees. The farm-based study, along with two seconds […]

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Vietnamese smallholders facilitate aim deforestation- photo essay

Published in Odd and Fun on 22nd August 2017

In the foothills of Vietnams Annamite mountains, hundreds of small-scale wood owneds are assembling patrols to cause sustainable acacia used in furniture around the world. With much of the countrys plantations owned by individuals, expanding the approaching may be best available fortune for saving groves in the Greater Mekong Seedling science It all starts with […]

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Cyborgs, ecosexuals and a couch made of bees: inside Perth’s strangest artistry picture

Published in Odd and Fun on 19th August 2017

Its not for the faint-hearted, but the new radical show peruses our relations with sort and science with a tendency towards the erotic I would sneak inside the tree and jerk off, surrounded by bark; springs beneath my toes. Its not a creed I expected to have whispered into my ear at an art opening, […]

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