27
Dec

2020 is International Year of Plant Health

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Did you know that some tree species can only be germinated through the belly of an elephant? That’s just one example of how plants and animals (including humans) are intricately connected and cannot survive without all the bacteria and fungi that make for the healthy soils that plants need to prosper.

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16
Dec

Plastic Free December

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Plastic water bottles Around the world most of people buy plastic water bottles when they have to go for a picnic and other activities, only to discard them after one use. The activity which is most necessary is to buy a reusable water bottle and take a step to ban plastic bottle.

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09
Dec

Cleanup of Beach and Park

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You can make an immediate and real difference to the environment by cleaning up a local park or beach. Gather your tribe and make a day of it. What you can do Organize a clean-up in your local community. How you can do it Before organizing a clean-up in your local park or beach, there are a few practicalities you’ll need to check off. In some municipalities, you need approval before organizing a clean-up. It’s worth checking with your council, just to be safe. You’ll also need to think about a good date and time, taking into consideration the weather. You’re much less likely to rally a group when it’s bucketing down with rain, or, on the flip side, the sun is scorching hot.

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04
Dec

World Soil Day-''Stop Soil Erosion, Save our Future''

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World Soil Day 2019 (#WorldSoilDay) and its campaign "Stop soil erosion, Save our future" is envisaged to raise awareness on the importance of sustaining healthy ecosystems and human well-being by addressing the increasing challenges in soil management and, raise the profile of healthy soil by encouraging governments, organizations, communities and individuals around the world to engage in proactively improving soil health.

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03
Dec

Sperm whale found dead with 220 pounds of trash in its stomach

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The young male sperm whale became stranded on the Isle of Harris in Scotland's Outer Hebrides. A young sperm whale that died after becoming stranded on a Scottish island last week had a ball of debris weighing roughly 100 kilograms (220 pounds) in its stomach, according to an organization that carried out a post-mortem on the animal. The juvenile male whale died Thursday on Seilebost beach on the Isle of Harris in the Outer Hebrides, according to Dan Parry, the administrator of a Facebook page that aims to keep nearby Luskentyre beach free of trash.

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