Hora da diversão

Os irmãos urso Ben, Yogy e Zora brincam em um parque da Suíça. Eles nasceram em janeiro

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Hora da comida

Uma cabra das montanhas tenta comer um pouco de grama que foi colocada em sua cabeça. O animal vive em um zoológico alemão

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Enea buys 50 megawatt wind farm in north-western Poland

WARSAW (Reuters) – Polish utility Enea has bought a 50 megawatt wind farm in the north-western part of the country from world’s biggest wind turbine maker Vestas and plans to expand its capacity to a maximum of 60 MW.

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Letters: Dry as a bone, here

So England is not the green and pleasant land it once was (Wildlife and farming disaster warning as drought spreads across England, 16 April). We had about five years of drought in Sydney, dam levels to 23% and a rigorous ban on using hosepipes and spr…

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Popocatepetl erupts – in pictures

The volcano southeast of Mexico City began to spew ash and smoke across the Puebla region of the country

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Invest in green energy for just £5

Community finance project Abundance allows regular savers to earn up to 9%A new website has been launched with the aim of enabling people to invest from as little as £5 in green energy projects and enjoy an attractive return.Abundance describes itself…

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Ursos pardos e polares ‘se separaram’ há 600 mil anos

Já sabíamos que os ursos polares já haviam evoluído como uma espécie diferente dos ursos pardos. Um novo estudo genético envolvendo o animal, porém, mostra que o maior predador do Ártico se “separou” do seu irmão há cerca de 600 mil anos, mui…

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Tree disease threatens $2 billion California citrus industry

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – California orange and lemon growers are bracing for a deadly bacterial disease that could ravage the state’s $2 billion citrus industry after the first infected tree in the state was identified in a suburban Los Angeles yard.

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Dot Earth Blog: An Albatross’s Flight from Extinction’s Edge

Remarkable signs of recovery for an albatross species that was once nearly extinguished by human and natural forces.

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Greentech: A Push to Make Motors With Fewer Rare Earths

With China controlling more than 90 percent of the world’s production of rare earth metals, the automobile industry is searching for alternative materials.

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Discovery’s ‘Frozen Planet’ Is Silent on Causes of Climate Change

A Discovery Channel series about changes in polar regions does not mention causes for the thinner ice, avoiding the fury that often accompanies mention of climate change.

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Belo Monte: Capacitar é preciso

Nos cursos de capacitação há até aulas destinadas ao modo que um funcionário deve se comportar profissionalmente em um ambiente de trabalho

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