#environmentalawareness

  1. How bones, skulls and feathers illustrate an anthology of neglected stories

    By Christian House, CNN Reindeer skulls that signify the past traumas and tentative progress of Scandinavia’s Sámi communities. Sprays of macaw feathers celebrating the vivid traditions of Brazil’s Tapirapé people. These are just some of the highlights of “Indigenous Histories,” a
  2. The History and Significance of World Environment Day Celebrations

    ### Introduction World Environment Day , celebrated annually on June 5th, is a global event dedicated to promoting awareness and action for the protection of our environment. Established by the United Nations, it serves as a platform for inspiring positive environmental change acro
  3. Hollywood movies seldom reflect climate change crisis. These researchers want that to change

    By Patrick Whittle Aquaman might not mind if the oceans rise, but moviegoers might. That's one of the takeaways from a new study conducted by researchers who set out to determine if today's Hollywood blockbusters are reflective of the current climate crisis . The vast majority of mo
  4. Your Essential Guide to Buy Electronic Air Purifiers with Washable Filters Living in the modern world comes with its own set of challenges, and one of them is the increasing concern over the quality of air we breathe. With increasing air pollution levels, it has become crucial to
  5. Sarah Ferguson tells audience to be 'quiet' and repeatedly says 'stop' during speech on stage

    By Svar Nanan-Sen Sarah Ferguson told the audience at the Cannes Film Festival to be quiet during a speech on stage at the event. The Duchess of York repeatedly said "stop" as she moved a microphone closer and further away from her face during the speech. Ferguson thanked Simon de P
  6. 🎬 French teachers, enhance your classroom experience with CinéSchool! 🇫🇷 This Fall, embark on a journey into the incredible world of Bernie Krause and "The Great Animal Orchestra." 🐾🎶🌳 Thanks to our special partnership with la Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, you ca
  7. Trout fishing lessons.

    "...driving change through actions that represent love and care, rather than anger and shame , could engage more people in tackling major social challenges." This would make Richard Brautigan happy. #environment #EnvironmentalProtections #environmentalAwareness #fishing #loveandcare
  8. Going Local With Energy Sources

    Approx. half of Germany lives in villages and small towns. All these people could go off grid within a year or max two. The economic impact would be huge, esp if these communities started to grow more food locally at the same time. It would completely alter the entire power dynami