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Dino-killing asteroid punctured Earth's crust

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The asteroid that ended the age of dinosaurs about 65 million years ago may have nearly punctured the Earth's crust, and temporarily caused the surface of the planet to behave like a slow-moving fluid, a new study has found. The findings may shed...
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60 Minutes On This Bicycle Can Power Your Home For 24 Hou...

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Would you exercise for an hour every day if the workout powered your home for twenty-four hours? People often complain about the high costs of energy and the fact that they “never have time to workout.” This invention certainly solves both...
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The race is on: Can Australia achieve gender equality in ...

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The race is on for gender equality in Australia with startups, corporates and government ministers leaping in to turn around the stats within a decade. This year, Australia fell ten spots in the World Economic Forum’s Gender Gap Index to number 46...
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Improving gender equality is the key to tackling Britain'...

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Like so many other countries, the UK is experiencing a shortage of primary school teachers - especially one's of the male variety.
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Seoul’s Mayor Park Launches Korea-wide Sharing Cities Col...

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Seoul's Mayor Park Won-soon, fourth from left, hand-in-hand with seven other mayors after signing joint declaration to develop sharing cities together.
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Baby Step for Blue Sharks, New Voices Against Finning at ...

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ICCAT fishery managers aim to cap North Atlantic blue shark catch as momentum to ban at-sea fin removal grows
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The Marrakech Vision | Climate Vulnerable Forum

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Outcome document of the CVF High Level Meeting at UNFCCC COP22 on Friday 18 November 2016.
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Protecting 30 Percent of the Ocean Brings Multiple Benefits

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Scientific studies often address narrowly focused questions, but sometimes scientists bundle many answers together to address bigger questions, such as how best to manage the global ocean.
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Plastic on the menu as marine pollution spreads

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Tonnes of plastic waste being dumped into the oceans affecting bird and marine species
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Rare Migrating Whale Calls Are Recorded Off the New York ...

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You can hear the calls of endangered whale species, as scientists work to reduce collisions with ships.