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World Environment Day ’16: Make small changes for a bigger impact

The world environment day reminds us of the importance of environment. What’s most important is to be compassionate towards the environment, assess the impact of your activities and do as much as you can for the environment. Don’t worry, it’s

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Earth Day-22 April-22 facts about earth’s current state

Earth Day! Is it just another one of the international observance days that comes and goes? Or does it remind us of something? It definitely does. International Mother Earth Day reminds us of the planet that has blesses us with

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Climate Change resulting in deficit, Space Discovery and Plants Approved-EnviroNews Roundup

Today we are featuring a new section-news roundup-which features the latest news related to environment from the best sources for in-depth coverage. Have a look at the headlines, and click on the link(s) for detailed reading. (1) According to climate

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Wife didn’t do the housework, husband sent her to jail

A forty seven year old man sued his wife for “mistreatment of the family” due to her “poor management of the household chores”. The couple is from Sonnino in the Lazio region of Italy. The age of the accused woman is

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29 animals saved from likelihood of cruelty

If this does not shock you, you might be suffering from lack of animal empathy. As many as 29 animals were seized from a property in Slocan Valley in British Columbia, Canada. The man in charge of the property as

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Woman who had rare operation wants to spread awareness

A woman from Appleby, a town that is a part of Cumbria, North West England, now has her name among only four people in the world to have undergone a rare operation. Angela Gardner, at 55 years of age underwent

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Obama backs funds to aid schools with computer science

US President Barack Obama is keen to equip all school going students in his country with computer science skills. The president announced a $4 billion plan on Saturday to ensure that all school-going children get an opportunity to learn computer

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Venezuela’s first transgender lawmaker to ensure gender equality

On 7 December, a fresh page was written in the history of Venezuelan politics. Tamara Adrian of Democratic Unity coalition became the first transgender congresswoman to be elected in not only Venezuela, rather in all of South America. Adrian, who turns

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This Football pitch in Nigeria will be lit by players

With the whole world looking for alternatives to reverse the effects of climate change as much as they can, a similar initiative by a sporting arena was inevitable. A new football pitch that opened in the last month of 2015 in

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