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Finding the right diet to best help you reach your goals is overwhelming. It can be such a challenge that it prevents you from even starting. We took care of the hard work for you, analyzing different diet plans based on cost, menu variety, and tools for member success. After all, when a program is catered to your needs, you're going to be a lot more likely to follow it. After rigorous testing, Nutrisystem ranked best in the category because of their great-tasting food, convenience, and…Continue
Three NGOs in Ecuador marked the UN’s World Environment Day last week by releasing a report alleging that illegal loggers are operating in the famous Yasuní National Park in the Amazon, one of the most biodiverse places in the world. The loggers are crossing the border from Peru and mainly extracting cedar from territories used by indigenous peoples living in “isolation”, according to the NGOs.
The report focuses on a reconnaissance trip made in May which documented illegal logging in…Continue
Actively denying Mother Nature her right to stay clean and prosperous by ruining her beautiful creations, it seems like we have collectively (and voluntarily) gone on a suicidal mission. How so? Treating our planet badly, we’re treating ourselves badly – everything we do reflects onto the environment we live in, creating a chain of events that may or may not lead to a better future, ecology-wise. Added, along with (mis)treating the environment, we’ve come to a point of active saving or…Continue
Who knew layers of ancient pee can be a valuable treasure trove of climate change data? Thanks to the hyrax’s pair of unusual habits, scientists are afforded a rare look at ancient plant biodiversity and how it has changed through the years. The hyrax, a small herbivorous mammal found Africa and the Middle East, is inclined to live in the same crack in rocks for several generations. The animals also tend to urinate on the same spot. As their urine contains detectable amounts of plant matter…Continue