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World  (tags: Serbia, BELGRADE WATERFRONT PROJECT, society, destruction, environment, trees, water, protection, conflict, ethics, government, europe, concept, design, humans, NewTechnology, study, technology, PETITION )

Desanka
- 526 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
Serbian government is planning to build along the Sava riverbank 160 monstrous facilities, and the largest shopping mall in the Balkans. This mega-project will ruin face of Belgrade and the environmental consequences have not been taken into account!
Top Anti-GMO Scientists Band Together in Film Exposing Threats and Secrecy | Minds
World  (tags: corruption, crime, ethics, humans, society, safety, politics, government, freedoms, education, rights, violence, culture, environment, destruction, healthconditions, humans, protection, ecosystems, dishonesty, illness, health, disease, diet, research, ris )

Kevin
- 578 days ago - minds.com
"Looking for a some mind-expanding entertainment? Check out Scientists Under Attack: Genetic Engineering in the Magnetic Field of Money, a film by german director Bertram Verhaag. "
New Climate Models Predict An Australian Forever-Drought
World  (tags: Australia, weather, science, study, drought, chronic dryness, environment, climate change )

Carrie
- 772 days ago - motherboard.vice.com
A new NOAA study, published in the journal Nature Geoscience, applies a recently developed global climate model to the Australian situation, evaluating both the likely causes of the chronic dryness and the likely future of the region's climate.
Torture Remains the World's Dirty Secret, Amnesty Says
World  (tags: torture, Amnesty International, study, freedoms, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', 'CIVILLIBERTIES!', violence, society, politics, world, news )

Cal
- 815 days ago - ipsnews.net
A survey of 21,000 people from 21 countries reveals fear of torture is present in all of these, and found that the majority of people believe governments should make clear laws against torture.
STUDY: The World Is Full of Holocaust Deniers
World  (tags: holocaust, holocaust denires, anti-Smetisim, research, study, education, violence, society, politics, world, news, ethics, government )

Cal
- 832 days ago - theatlantic.com
A new survey suggests that many Asians, Africans, Middle Easterners, young people, Muslims, and Hindus believe that facts about the genocide have been distorted
Antarctica's Blood Red Waterfall
World  (tags: Antarctica, blood red water fall, climate science, geological, study )

Kit
- 934 days ago - smithsonianmag.com
On the southern edge of the world, a waterfall runs red as blood
TAKE ACTION: Provide 100 Mothers With Midwives
World  (tags: world, women, prevention, study, society, science, risks, medicine, healthcare )

Beverly
- 1074 days ago - greatergood.com
Throughout the world, complications during pregnancy and childbirth are the leading cause of death and disability among women of reproductive age
Global Interest Grows in New Zealand's Designer Drug Law: You Can Sell Them If They're Safe
World  (tags: abuse, government, health, safety, risks, protection, study, society, drugs, interesting, 'CIVILLIBERTIES!', ethics, world, politics )

JL
- 1116 days ago - washingtonpost.com
A novel New Zealand law that could legalize some designer drugs is being scrutinized with interest by other countries struggling to keep up with the proliferation of "party pills" and similar products.
Air Pollution Scourge Underestimated, Green Energy Can Help: U.N.
World  (tags: illness, health, ethics, protection, prevention, society, safety, risks, science, study, treatment, warning, investigation, world, UnitedNations, unitednations, usa, government )

JL
- 1230 days ago - reuters.com
Air pollution is an underestimated scourge that kills far more people than AIDS and malaria and a shift to cleaner energy could easily halve the toll by 2030, U.N. officials said on Tuesday.
25 Terrific Novels for Journalism Students
World  (tags: Journalism, novels, study, learning, education )

Anna
- 1910 days ago - onlinecollege.org
Considering how much journalism and literature have in common, it's startling how infrequently they hook up -- or, at least, weld themselves together in compelling ways.For the sake of diversity, the novels listed here cover both fiction and literary......
10 Best Study Abroad Cities for English Majors
World  (tags: English Majors, Study, language, literature )

Anna
- 1963 days ago - accreditedonlinecolleges.com
It probably comes as little to no surprise that many institutes of higher learning in the United States offer more than a few opportunities for their English majors to soak up some learning abroad.These cities in particular are by no means the only great
15 Excellent Movies for Psychology Majors
World  (tags: Psychology, Sociology, Study, Lectures, Movies )

Anna
- 2081 days ago - careeroverview.com
The following films offer up excellent opportunities for anyone who enjoys studying psychology and sociology to see many of their lessons at work.
15 Famous Books Inspired By Dreams
World  (tags: Books, Literature, Resources, Reading, Study )

Anna
- 2107 days ago - bachelorsdegreeonline.com
The following famous books contain elements inspired either by specific subconscious visuals or the bizarre, convoluted way in which they meander through the mind and senses.
Climate Change May Bring Colder Winters - Science - IOL | Breaking News | South Africa News | World News | Sport | Business | En
World  (tags: climate, climate change, winters, colder temperatures, study, Germany, sea ice, shrinking )

Mary
- 2108 days ago - iol.co.za
Berlin - Climate change could lead to colder winters in northern regions, according to a study by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research on Tuesday. Vladimir Petoukhov, lead author of the study, said a shrinking of sea ice in the eastern...
To Cram or Not to Cram: 10 Recent Studies on Studying and What They Tell Us
World  (tags: Study, Education, Students, Research, Facts )

Sophie
- 2151 days ago - onlinecolleges.org
For once, you can actually take a break from studying or preparing to actually read ten recent studies on studying and what they tell us. Conducted by scientists, universities, and international experts, "cram" is a word you may grow to love or hate.
 

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