Blood Diamonds-National Geographic

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I watched this documentary last night and I thought it was very informative. Please check it out HERE

Vegan hotel in Scotland wins National Geographic Award

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National Geographic just bestowed a “Good Egg” award on the Saorsa 1875 for its commitment to sustainability. Vegan hotel in Scotland wins National Geographic Award. Scotland’s first vegan hotel opened in June 2019, and it’s already winning awards.

A Year in Review (National Geographic Videos)

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National Geographic has made a list of their top 10 videos from the past year. Source: National Geographic Website. Photo Credit: National Geographic Website. Is the December cold getting to you? If you get home from work or school and just feel like cuddling up on the couch or in bed with a big blanket, then I have the perfect entertainment for you!

Asher Jay’s ‘Art as Weapon’: Powerful National Geographic Live Video

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Check out her incredible speech at National Geographic (she’s an official Explorer with the organization ) HQ below: Related on Eco-Chick: Heroines for the Planet: Art Activist Asher Jay. The post Asher Jay’s ‘Art as Weapon’: Powerful National Geographic Live Video appeared first on Eco-Chick. Creative Arts activism art asher jay design elephants ivory national geographic speaking video

Thanks to shrinking sea ice, National Geographic puts global warming on the map

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For the upcoming 10 th edition of the National Geographic Atlas of the World , its cartographers say they have made one of the most visible changes in the publication’s history: it’ll show a lot less Arctic ice. Every once in awhile, we reach a moment in history that so radically changes our concept of the world it forces us to redraw our maps — events like Columbus rediscovering America or the Soviet Union collapsing. Now we can add global warming to the list.

Portsmouth, RI Wind Turbine Featured on National Geographic Program

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Imagine my surprise when I was channel flipping the other night and came across an hour-long National Geographic special chronicling the arduous process of lifting over 100 tons and 366 feet worth of wind turbine parts into place when the weather just doesn’t want to cooperate. Tagged: green energy, green living, National Geographic, Portsmouth, Rhode Island, Sean Riley, Wind Turbine, World’s Toughest Fixes.

‘Pay-As-You-Go’ Solar Companies Win National Geographic Terra Watt Prize

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Yesterday, the National Geographic’s Terra Watt Prize validated this market trend by awarding two ‘pay-as-you-go’ off-grid solar companies its top honors.  Each company will receive $125,000, plus the prestige of being honored by National Geographic through a rigorous process designed to add to the due diligence process. Just as solar leasing from the likes of SolarCity unlocked the solar market in the U.S.,

Tunisians are loving the Fennec Fox to death

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While the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) lists Vulpes zerda as of least concern on their red list of threatened species, photographer Bruno D’Amicis discovered a disturbing trend that threatens the species during the two years he spent photographing the animal in Tunisia with support from National Geographic. Sadly, they eventually declared the program a failure. :: Proof, National Geographic.

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Boucher’s Birding Blog: Apps for the Smart Birder — Which One Should You Use?

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Timothy Boucher is senior geographer at The Nature Conservancy and a long-time birder. Hidden in National Geographic Birds is a way to something similar — filtering the search by color, size, habitat, etc. So for a true novice trying to find a bird, I think Audubon and National Geographic lead the pack, with iBird and Sibley following closely behind and Peterson bringing up the rear. National Geographic Birds.

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The Green Buzz: Wednesday, August 28

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National Geographic ). Animals Environmental News Environmental Science Green Living North America Protected Areas Science The Green Buzz The Nature Conservancy United States 500 chimps animal trafficking Discovery News east coast dolphins farmer''s almanac Fukushima intense fires MNN Mongabay mutation National Geographic new york daily news radiation sea life virus winter predictions Will radiation from Fukushima create super ocean creatures?

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The Green Buzz: Tuesday, July 16

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National Geographic ). Animals Coral Reefs Environmental News The Green Buzz Antarctica bbc nature bees Butterfly coastal storms daily news environmental news lionfish marine reserves monarch butterfly Mongabay nat geo National Geographic Oceans & Coasts sand dunes solar parks Treehugger Washington Post A world without monarch butterflies is a very sad and colorless world. How sand dunes and coral reefs are standing up to coastal storms.

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The Green Buzz: Friday, June 7

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National Geographic ). Animals Energy Environmental News The Green Buzz daily news Discovery News energy savings environmental blogs environmental news Guardian jim morrison LED LED lights lizard mako shark Mother Jones National Geographic new species shark stalagmite Treehugger Today we’re rocking out to The Doors while rounding up today’s top five green news stories. Let us explain: Record-breaking mako shark caught in CA. Conservation debate ensues.

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The Green Buzz: Tuesay, June 25

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National Geographic ). Animals Environmental News The Green Buzz Canada daily news design Discovery News endangered species green building green news LiveScience National Geographic plants power outage red panda right whale supermoon superstorm Treehugger USA Today In today’s green news: are plants smarter than humans? The case of the missing red panda : closed. Phew! ( USA Today ). Plants flex their math skills at night to control their food supplies.

The Green Buzz: Thursday, September 26

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National Geographic ). Africa Animals Climate Change Climate Science & Research Conservation Issues Environmental News Environmental Science Global Warming Science The Green Buzz The Nature Conservancy animal face BBC News China colorado floods conservation diversity cyanide diversity in conservation elephant poaching first face fish fossil gorilla Grist MNN National Geographic npr spilled oil zoo

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The Green Buzz: Friday, October 25

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National Geographic ). Animals Arctic Global Warming The Green Buzz arctic temperatures DDT ddt making us fat Discovery News dolphin slaughter dolphins shark bait endangered species Grist hot artic temperatures Live Science nat geo National Geographic Rat Island telegraph A beautiful island loses its rats, chemical exposure may be making us fat. Arctic temperatures in the summer are now the highest in at least 44,000 years. Live Science ).

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The Green Buzz: Monday, June 17

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National Geographic ). Air Pollution Animals Biodiversity Climate Change Conservation Issues Energy Environmental News Environmental Science Global Warming Green Living North America Oceans & Coasts Science The Green Buzz The Nature Conservancy air pollution baby fox BBC News bp Costa Rica drug war gulf coast hold breath Huffington Post marine mammals MNN murder National Geographic npr oil spill oxygen poaching refineries sea turtle conservationist

The Green Buzz: Tuesday, May 21

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National Geographic ). Animals Environmental News The Green Buzz ARKive Bloomberg BusinessWeek Burmese Python Caribbean Croatia daily news environmental news florida green news honeybee Huffington Post leatherback sea turtles National Geographic penguin science world report sea turtle species Sea turtles, bees and tigers: it’s an animal-centric green news day! Did your most loved animal make the list of the world’s favorite species? ARKive ).

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The Green Buzz: Wednesday, July 17

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National Geographic ). Animals Birds Conservation Issues Environmental News Environmental Science Fish Green Living Health North America Science Sustainable Livelihoods The Green Buzz The Nature Conservancy United States anchors Asian carp bird apps birdsong apps black bear britain''s seahorses drowning great lakes heat wave MNN National Geographic rare seahorse saultstar telegraph Treehugger Grab that coffee and get your green news on.

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The Green Buzz: Tuesday, September 10

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National Geographic ). Agriculture Animals Climate Change Climate Science & Research Conservation Issues Environmental News Environmental Science Global Warming North America The Green Buzz The Nature Conservancy caiman Europe farmer''s trick Grist jaguar National Geographic nbc news no tilling one-way trip to Mars pesticides pesticides ban probability sandy save farms storms Treehugger Washington Post What’s the likelihood that another Sandy could hit?

The Green Buzz: Wednesday, July 3

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National Geographic ). Birds Environmental News The Green Buzz Urban 4th of july air conditioning Alaska BBC biomimicry cities daily news extreme weather green news Grist Huffington Post Music National Geographic PhysOrg rockfish urban park Before you head outdoors for the 4th of July, cool off with some green news. 2001-2010 will be known as the decade of climate extremes. ( BBC ). Watch: an incredible high-speed video of birds in flight. Phys Org ).

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The Green Buzz: Monday, September 23

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National Geographic ). Climate Change Climate Science & Research Conservation Issues Environmental News Environmental Science International The Green Buzz The Nature Conservancy Bloomberg colorado road repairs energy-efficient states floods Fukushima Grist Huffington Post hunger merger National Geographic Nature Conservancy nuclear plant Oxfam RARE On the first Autumn weekday of 2013, we’ve got quite the green news roundup for you.

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The Green Buzz: Tuesday, December 17

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National Geographic ). Animals Conservation Issues Environmental News Green Living International North America Science The Green Buzz The Nature Conservancy Uncategorized banana banana fungus bbc nature black and white zebra stripes dam endangered species Huffington Post ibex independent Italy methods to saving animals National Geographic npr optical illusion supervolcano Yellowstone park zebra

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The Green Buzz: Wednesday, May 15

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National Geographic ). Animals Climate Change Climate Science & Research Conservation Issues Environmental News Environmental Science Global Warming Green Living Science The Green Buzz The Nature Conservancy Uncategorized adopted dolphin Conservation Magazine deformed dolphin elephant poaching elephants future of zoos global warming Huffington Post MNN National Geographic north pole pod of whales scientific american sequester shifting poles south pole volcano monitoring

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The Green Buzz: Wednesday, January 22

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Learn five reasons why greenhouses would be helpful in space. ( National Geographic ). Birds The Green Buzz BBC bird flying V gardener green buzz greenhouse Mother Nature Network National Geographic winter Astronaut gardeners in space and the flying V mystery explained in today’s green news. It’s sure fun to say Polar Vortex , but sometimes cold just means winter. ( Mother Nature Network ).

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The Green Buzz: Thursday, October 31

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National Geographic ). Animals Climate Change Climate Science & Research Conservation Issues Environmental News Environmental Science Global Warming Green Living Insects International North America Rainforests Science The Green Buzz The Nature Conservancy animal zombies brains chemicals chocolate Daily Green endocrine disruptors great lakes Guardian Halloween Huffington Post National Geographic npr palm oil plastic micro beads rainforest destruction snakes walking dead

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The Green Buzz: Monday, October 7

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National Geographic ). Another compelling reason for why not to cut down the world’s rain forests is in today’s green news. An expedition to some of the planet’s most remote and unexplored rain forests has found 60 new species ! Stink bugs are coming, but workers who count this invasive insect are furloughed. Consumer Reports ). When the ocean is a desert , this creature helps coral reefs thrive. ( BBC News ).

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Climate Science Researcher Contributes to Tropical Forest Vulnerability Index

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Climate science researcher Katia Fernandes contributed to a large National Geographic-sponsored project to develop a tropical rainforest vulnerability index.

The Green Buzz: Thursday, August 22

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National Geographic ). Times MNN monkeys National Geographic palm oil development speed limits sun Thailand tools Today’s green news is all about animals! The number of dolphin deaths on the east coast continues to alarm researchers. ( LA Times ). This jumping caterpillar uses the sun — while shrouded in a leaf — to figure out where to go! ( MNN ). Illegal palm oil development in Thailand causes monkeys to stop having babies, using tools. (

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The Green Buzz: Monday, September 9

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National Geographic ). Adaptation Climate Change Environmental News Oceans & Coasts The Green Buzz bobbit worm dolphin deaths dolphins drunk elk drunk moose drunken moose extreme weather global warming Grist Guardian hare camouflage hares National Geographic npr ocean''s most disturbing predator Wired More evidence climate change is changing our weather and the effectiveness of camouflage.

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The Green Buzz: Thursday, October 3

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National Geographic ). Animals Arctic China Climate Change Climate Science & Research Conservation Issues Environmental News Environmental Science Global Warming International The Green Buzz The Nature Conservancy United States asian hornets BBC News bees car exhaust global warming Grist honeybees MNN National Geographic ocean acidification oceans the atlantic cities walruses world''s oceans zombies

The Green Buzz: Tuesday, November 19

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National Geographic ). Climate Change Energy Global Warming The Green Buzz active volcano Antarctica carbon emissions climate talks COP daily news green news Grist MNN Mongabay Mother Jones Mother Nature Network National Geographic natural disasters streetlights volcano warsaw In today’s green news, we discover a volcano and smarter streetlights. Read on… It’s official: carbon emissions set to hit new record high in 2013. Mongabay ).

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The Green Buzz: Thursday, June 20

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National Geographic ). Environmental News Fish Insects The Green Buzz United States batteries bluefin tuna cancer cancer cure Clean Technica daily news fishing spiders green news longline fishing Massachusetts mating habits National Geographic NY Times rats solar power spiders Treehugger wood batteries Trust me, if you’re from Massachusetts, Maryland or New York, you’re going to like today’s green news. How solar-friendly is your state?

The Green Buzz: Thursday, May 30

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National Geographic ). Africa Animals Birds Environmental News Insects The Green Buzz bird fossil conservation daily news dwarf fox environmental news fossil galapagos islands Google Street View green news Guardian Kenya Mongabay National Geographic nature Nature.com Philippines pirate ant poaching Treehugger In today’s green news, we meet a swashbuckling new species. New pirate ant — eyepatch included! — discovered in the Philippines.

The Green Buzz: Thursday, March 28

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National Geographic ). Arctic Biodiversity Birds Climate Change Conservation Issues Energy Environmental News Global Warming Green Living The Green Buzz Arctic sea ice bee colonies Christian Science Monitor cow manure indiana dairy farm MNN National Geographic New York Times pesticides polar bear tortoise Treehugger two-headed shark wildlife traffickingThe green news this morning makes it easy to see how humans can easily cause a species’ extinction.

The Green Buzz: Thursday, July 18

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National Geographic ). Animals Conservation Issues Environmental News Environmental Science Green Living Invasive species North America Science Sustainable Livelihoods The Green Buzz United States ash borer ash trees Bloomberg cars Christian Science Monitor comet of the century dinosaur fox news iowa jaws mackinaw island martha''s vineyard Michigan National Geographic new dinosaur shark hunt shark tournament Treehugger Utah

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The Green Buzz: Thursday, May 16

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National Geographic ). We’ve got some interesting news on the climate change front this morning. America has its first climate change refugees. Grist ). The Farm Bill has been approved by the House. Huffington Post ). What’s blue, provides over 80 percent of U.S. fresh water, and is suffering? The Great Lakes. ( MNN ). They’re supposed to protect the rhinos, but the black market is creating poachers out of park rangers. ( NPR ).

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The Green Buzz: Friday, June 21

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National Geographic ). China Environmental News Insects The Green Buzz Urban air pollution bees bumble bees cities daily news Discovery News environmental news galaxy green news Huffington Post National Geographic Oregon pesticides pollution Reuters space supermoon urban forests Seeing as how today is the longest day of the year, you definitely have time to read up on some green news! How do you stop pollution in China? You won’t believe this extreme new idea.

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The Green Buzz: Monday, August 5

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National Geographic ). There’s news on another unexpected consequence of climate change in today’s green news. Costa Rica is closing its zoos and setting the animals free. International Business Times ). Is climate change connected to a global rise in violence ? A new study in Science says yes. ( BBC News ). Moonbird has been spotted in Canada! Philly.com ). A world without lions , elephants and rhinos? We’re on the way to that reality.

The Green Buzz: Thursday, June 13

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National Geographic ). Today’s green news is filled with tidbits on big cats, disease outbreaks and new discoveries. Domesticated dogs + Sumatran tigers = a new threat to these endangered cats. Say it ain’t so: “Coffee rust” threatening good coffee by attacking Arabica coffee plants. Wired ). The days of cheap food are over, thanks to climate change. Grist ).

The Green Buzz: Friday, August 23

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The truth about bees & National Honey Bee Day. National Geographic ). The Green Buzz conservation issues conservation science environment green buzz Green Technology Huffington Post National Geographic Nature Conservancy nuts policy and environment whale sharks Like a bowl of mixed nuts, today’s green news is all about variety. Colorado forest fires captured in stunning time lapse VIDEO. HuffPo ). There’s nothing devilish about these little guys!

The Green Buzz: Monday, August 12

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National Geographic ). Animals Biodiversity Climate Change Conservation Issues Environmental News Global Warming Insects Science The Green Buzz The Nature Conservancy cartoons to engage the public CNN Daily Mail detroit free press emerald ash borer Mars Mongabay National Geographic navy north america''s rarest birds perseids perseids meteor shower shrike space travel We’ve got a guide for watching the Perseids meteor shower in today’s green news!

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The Green Buzz: Thursday, August 29

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National Geographic ). Animals Climate Change Conservation Issues Environmental News Environmental Science Global Warming Green Living International Science The Green Buzz The Nature Conservancy BBC News Bloomberg captive baby pandas endangered species environmental movement global warming Google maps Huffington Post martin luther king MLK MNN National Geographic panda conservation videos Water conservation yosemite rim fire

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The Green Buzz: Monday, August 26

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National Geographic ). Cooking in your dishwasher? Disappearing beaches? It’s all in today’s green news. No more federal funds means endangered desert tortoises at a nature center must be euthanized. Spokesman-Review ). Air-tight food containers or canning jars + food + dishwasher = eco-friendly, efficient dishwasher cuisine. ( NPR ). Scientists have found the source of mercury in Pacific Ocean fish — and they say levels will only get higher. (

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