Sat.Oct 26, 2019 - Fri.Nov 01, 2019

Greg Mankiw: I am no longer a Republican @whitehouseCEA

Environmental Economics

Greg Mankiw (former chair of the Council of Economic Advisors): I just came back from city hall, where I switched my voter registration from Republican to unenrolled (aka independent). Two reasons: First, the Republican Party has largely become the Party of Trump.

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Bellwoods Brewery: Bring Out Your Dead (2018)

10,000 Birds

I was really looking forward to this week’s installment of Birds and Booze. Last night was Hallowe’en, making tomorrow – in some Christian traditions – All Souls’ Day, the annual “Commemoration of All Faithful Departed”.

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Autumn Moments

The Green Samaritan

It’s the end of October and feels like spring today but the leaves and acorns tell me – not for long. Soon we will be bundling up and falling for cinnamon as the holidays approach. See the full post and more at www.TheGreenSamaritan.com. Green Living

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Dr. Subrata Chakravarty On the Impact of Anesthetic Gases on The Environment

Green Prophet

Calculating the impact of surgery on the environment. In traditional circles there’s often talk about how automobile exhaust and agricultural practices contribute to greenhouse gas emissions.

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The Carp Show: An Inside Look at the Jumping Fish Invasion

Nature Conservancy - Science

Your guide to one of the most notorious fish invasions. Fish & Fisheries From the Field Fish Fisheries Invasive Species Protected Areas TNC Science

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Birding Mumbai

10,000 Birds

These days, when I have to travel somewhere for business, I try to add a day for birding. Sometimes, this can be surprisingly fruitful, even without leaving the city limits. Despite being crowded, Mumbai is a place worth such an exploration.

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Meet Coach Cass, the Millennial Face of African travel

Eco Chic

Raise your hand if you, like me, have ever scrolled through your Instagram feed and all-but-drooled over photos of epic scenery in the far reaches of the world. Don’t be shy, I too am raising my hand. .

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Fear the Squirrel: How Wildlife Causes Major Power Outages

Nature Conservancy - Science

Squirrels may pose a bigger threat to the power grid than cyber-attack. Wildlife Urban Conservation

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Everything new is Old (World) again

10,000 Birds

Some of my readers may recall that my wife and I went to Spain a few months ago. That was a work trip, although I still managed to find a few mornings to bird. This month we were able to go to Europe again, for our first real vacation in a few years. So you can bet some more birding was in order.

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These Rivers, Mountains, and Lakes Are Getting Legal Rights: It’s About Time

Eco Chic

Photo of Mt Taranaki courtesy of rschuurman via kiwiwise. Te Awa Tupua [ Whanganui River Claims Settlement ] is an indivisible and living whole, comprising the Whanganui River from the mountains to the sea, incorporating all its physical and metaphysical elements.

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Trojan Male Mosquitoes Created by Science to Wipe Out Disease

Green Prophet

Mosquitoes. Those pesky creatures that suck your blood and if you are lucky, just make you scratch. They do have one major negative role, however, – as airborne carriers of serious diseases from malaria to Zika. They congregate around water, from little puddles to large lakes. .

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Halloween Stories of Spooky Species & Weird Science

Nature Conservancy - Science

Nature is full of spooky species, weird science, and sometimes disturbing natural phenomena. Wildlife Weird Nature

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Best Bird of the Weekend (Last of October 2019)

10,000 Birds

October birding can either surprise us or confirm our worst suspicions. How many of you ended this weekend feeling optimistic about your next one?

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Brolga feeding at Marlgu Billabong

10,000 Birds

It is always interesting observing the bird-life at Marlgu Billabong in the north of Western Australia. The water levels vary tremendously throughout the year and you cannot always access the area. During the wet season the land is flooded and in coming months it should flood once again.

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Costa Rica Tops 700 Species on Global Big Day, October 19

10,000 Birds

Global Big Day (GBD). This biggest day of eBirding kicked off in earnest a few years ago. The idea was to see how many birds could be collectively identified by folks anywhere and everywhere. Go birding, eBird the results and see what happens!

Healthy Hair As You Travel: Our Guide To Amazing Looking Hair

Green Prophet

Do you shampoo or do no poo? Some countries have soft water, others hard. How can you keep your eco “poo” regimen while you travel? With a daily routine set in stone for us to achieve healthy hair, travelling can throw a spanner in the works.

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Top activities to explore the natural beauty of Dubai

Green Prophet

Beautiful nature may not be something that pops into your mind when you think of Dubai. Mostly everyone knows the skyscrapers and glitzy side of it. Nature and Dubai might seem a bit inconceivable together. But surprisingly, there is a side of Dubai that is entwined with nature. .

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8 Things a Student Can Do Every Day to Make the World Better

Green Prophet

The young generation is always the one to make the most changes, as history’s already shown us, and the problem of keeping a more eco-friendly world is not an exception to that.

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