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Entlebuch Mountain Dog: Character and Price
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Entlebuch Mountain Dog: Character and Price

Entlebuch Mountain Dog, the smallest of the four Swiss cattle dogs we have known. This animal is smaller but still tricolor, of excellent character, Swiss from the legs to the truffle and absolutely good. Not suitable for guarding, however, it finds its place in all families who want to pamper it.

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The wonderful murals that consume air pollution in big cities

There are murals that purify the air and are turning it into an alternative to reduce pollution in large cities. Made with a paint that captures air pollutants, this type of world-wide art can do the work of up to 3,000 trees. São Paulo was one of those chosen to receive this job and the most recent one so far is in Warsaw, Poland.
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Meet the Tulsi, a holy basil

Almost everyone knows the aromatic herb basil, native to the Mediterranean, for its culinary properties. But there is an indica variety, a relative of the common basil, less known and with medicinal properties that make it very special. It is the holy basil (Ocimum sanctum), also known as tulsi, which in Sanskrit means incomparable.
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The recurring nightmare of bees: Glyphosate

Insects are essential for the maintenance of life on the planet. So far, science has described approximately 1.8 billion animal species, and of this total, about 70 are species other than insects. It is estimated that 4 and a half million species of bees have yet to be discovered.
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"Creation groans." Pope Francis urges respect for the Paris Agreement

The leader of the world's 1.2 billion Roman Catholics, Pope Francis, urged nations to fight global warming in accordance with the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change, weighing the issue featured in the presidential race of United States "Modern society had pushed the planet beyond its limits and time was running out to fix a climate emergency," he said.
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Who wins when we eat poison?

“With the prohibition of pesticides and a change in the form of agricultural production, what will be most affected is not the food needs of the population in Mexico, which are mainly served from peasant production and on a smaller scale, but the profits of transnational companies. that dominate the sale of pesticides and seeds, the production of fodder for the large livestock industry and a few other export products ".
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Between a third and a half of the fresh water used on the planet is 'stolen'

Climate change, intensive agriculture, unnecessary waste, pollution on an industrial scale. These are some of the main causes that pose serious threats to freshwater sources in much of the planet. We can also add another: theft. Between a third and a half of the planet's fresh water used by people is stolen, that is, , illegally mined by companies and individuals alike, according to the authors of a new article.
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About the pig mega-exporter project, the word of the native peoples

For those who still wonder if Coloniality exists in Argentina, we want to share our perspective for the national debate on the productive model. Some sectors of the national government (Foreign Ministry and Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries) have been promoting an international cooperation project with China, by which private companies in the Argentine State would put the land and the Chinese private ones the investment.
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3-D Printed Coral Could Save Endangered Reefs

The value of coral reefs is inestimable. They are essential to ocean life, and a quarter of ocean species depend on them for food and shelter. They are also incredibly important to humans. Coral reefs provide food, shoreline protection, tourism jobs and dollars, and medicine.
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7 natural remedies for teenage acne

Teen acne can exacerbate the struggles that most teens already face. Natural remedies can help. A typical acne treatment option is to buy one of the many creams available at the drugstore or, in extreme cases of acne, consult a dermatologist. While these measures can be considered successful, mild acne can be reduced with a whole foods diet, natural health remedies, and a good skin care routine.
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What agroecology do we need?

Do we know how the food we consume daily is produced? Agroecology is a proposal that was born in the 1980s in response to the ravages caused by industrial agriculture, which focused on monocultures and intensive use of pesticides. Today, some corporations are appropriating the word agroecology, proposing to eliminate the use of pesticides, but without questioning the dominant agricultural system.
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World Elephant Day: cruelty towards these animals is on the rise

A new report from the NGO World Animal Protection exposes the alarming trends in elephant tourism around Asia, which are expected to worsen when the operators of these places try to recover the income lost from the impact caused by COVID-19. August 12 is World Elephant Day, the world's largest land mammal threatened by the tourism industry, mainly in Asia, along with other acts of cruelty.
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Wonderful: A turtle filmed the Australian coral reef

The Great Barrier Reef in Australia is home to nearly 6,000 species and the largest coral reef in the world. Located in northwestern Australia, the marine park stretches over 3,000 kilometers in length. Its dimensions exceed the Wall of China and make the Great Barrier the only grouping of living organisms visible from space.
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Purify the air in your home with sage

Sage is one of the most widely used medicinal herbs in herbal medicine due to its properties for the care of the mouth, throat and hormonal health. But it is also useful for purifying the air in the home. Its scientific name is Salvia officinalis. This plant can measure up to 80 cm, its stems are erect, the leaves are elongated with a pubescent underside, and it has beautiful purple flowers, which are grouped from 4 to 8 in terminal inflorescences.
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15 ways to overcome pessimism and regain your happiness

Do you walk around with a frown like you're always waiting for the sky to fall? Are you a person who seems to see the glass as half empty instead of half full? Don't worry, as many people tend to have a negative outlook, manifested by pessimism. The world you live in is a scary place these days, and there are many reasons to dwell on the negative aspects of your life rather than focus on the positives.
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