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Environment

This section contains articles about science, nature, medicine, anthropology, health and the human spirit.

 
 Climate Change Litigation: The Australian Government Gets SuedClimate Change Litigation: The Australian Government Gets Sued by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
While coronavirus ravages life, dominates policy and clouds debate, that other pressing issue of addressing climate change has moved into a more modest gear.
 
 Siberia is Burning !!Siberia is Burning !! by Leah Sellers
Snap, Crackle, Pop ! Siberia is Burning !! Frozen tundra is bubbling and churning beneath melting snows and the drip, drip of Artic Glaciers, while the ever siphoning Ticks of Humanity suck Mother Earth Bone dry !
 
 Trans-Siberian completedTrans-Siberian completed by The Ovi Team
21st July 1904; Decreed by a Czar, built by thousands of workers over a period of more than a decade, the Trans-Siberian Railway is officially completed. As you'd expect with a project of this size, complexity and scope...
 
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 Can animals and plants think?Can animals and plants think? by Joseph Gatt
Notes on whether animals and plants can think, in no particular order. If I were a dog (or bear or goat) observing human beings, I wouldn't think they are much different from my species.
 
 Killing Koalas: The Promise of Extinction Down UnderKilling Koalas: The Promise of Extinction Down Under by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
The British conservationist Gerald Durrell once remarked that the koala was "the most boring of animals". Its brain size, proportionally the smallest of any mammal, evolved to cope with its slow metabolism.
 
 The globalization of plants, animals, bacteria, parasites, humansThe globalization of plants, animals, bacteria, parasites, humans by Joseph Gatt
The last few years I read quite a few books about human and biological evolution. One thing that surprises me is how evolutionary biologists often omit planet Earth geographical factors from their study of evolution.
 
 Ebola VirusEbola Virus by The Ovi Team
27th June 1976; the world's first recorded Ebola virus epidemic begins making its way through the area. By the time the epidemic is over, 284 cases are reported, with about half of the victims dying from the disease.
 
 The Antarctic Treaty SystemThe Antarctic Treaty System by The Ovi Team
23rd June 1961; The Antarctic Treaty System comes into force to regulate international relations with respect to Antarctica...
 
 World Refugee DayWorld Refugee Day by The Ovi Team
The United Nations' (UN) World Refugee Day is observed on June 20 each year. This event honours the courage, strength and determination of women, men and children who are forced to flee...
 
 World Sickle Cell DayWorld Sickle Cell Day by The Ovi Team
June 19th; Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) is a serious condition that affects people all over the world; the complications that arise from it are usually fatal. Sickle cell disease is a set...
 
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