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    15 Most Beautiful Forests in The World

    Welcome to ALUX.com! The place where future billionaires come to get inspired. If you’re not subscribed yet, you’re missing out. Hello Aluxers and welcome to another exciting original video presented by our team here at ALUX.com. Can you imagine escaping to a world where the wild things are that is covered with trees and different kinds of flora and fauna? There’s definitely something magical about a forest, and it’s certainly the case with the ones we’re talking about today. The calming effect that nature can have on people is clearly evident. Spending time in nature has been proven to relieve stress and anxiety, increase happiness, and provide an immediate boost…

  • The problem of light pollution — and 5 ridiculously easy ways to fix it | Kelsey Johnson
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    The problem of light pollution — and 5 ridiculously easy ways to fix it | Kelsey Johnson

    Translator: Ivana Korom Reviewer: Joanna Pietrulewicz Unless you’ve spent quality time on the International Space Station, this is probably not a view you are super familiar with. This is the east coast of the United States. That’s New York down there in the lower right, and it’s a band of light all the way up through Washington DC. Those cities are shining like jewels, highways are traced by webs of light. And all of that light is super photogenic. But there’s a problem. That light is meant to be illuminating our sidewalks, and our streets and our houses. Instead, it’s actually going up into the sky and out into the…

  • Camouflage: Animal Hide & Seek
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    Camouflage: Animal Hide & Seek

    Shh! We’re playing hide and seek! But, I can’t seem to find Squeaks. Can you? [Soft music playing] Hah! Found yah! [Giggles] Here at the fort, we’re pretty good at hide and seek. You know why? Because we’ve learned a lot of great tricks from nature! There are lots of kinds of animals that have their own kind of hide and seek — Some animals hide so they can sneak up on their prey– other animals hide so they don’t become dinner! Either way, these animals don’t hide behind curtains or under tables like we do when we want to play hide and seek — they hide in plain sight!…

  • Former Deputy Prosecutor for the Environment speaks about our Sugar-Cane Report
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    Former Deputy Prosecutor for the Environment speaks about our Sugar-Cane Report

    Former Deputy Prosecutor for the Environment The Human Rights Ombudsman Office is a national human rights institution, whose mandate is set by law, and corresponds to monitoring the human rights of the whole population. In the study by Voices on the Border titledLarge Scale Sugar Cane Production in El Salvadorwe believe that this study is a complement to to the findings that this office has also researched. As attorney general, we welcome this study as our own We validate its’ contents and believe it’s virtuous and has a strong research component That gives the opportunity to signal out what the Attorney General, at a given time, believed would como indicios…

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    Camouflage: Animal Hide & Seek

    Shh! We’re playing hide and seek! But, I can’t seem to find Squeaks. Can you? [Soft music playing] Hah! Found yah! [Giggles] Here at the fort, we’re pretty good at hide and seek. You know why? Because we’ve learned a lot of great tricks from nature! There are lots of kinds of animals that have their own kind of hide and seek — Some animals hide so they can sneak up on their prey– other animals hide so they don’t become dinner! Either way, these animals don’t hide behind curtains or under tables like we do when we want to play hide and seek — they hide in plain sight!…

  • Katharine Suding’s MacArthur Address ESA 2019: Resilience, Recovery and the Ecology of Change
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    Katharine Suding’s MacArthur Address ESA 2019: Resilience, Recovery and the Ecology of Change

    (gentle music) – Katharine Suding is a leader in community ecology. She applies empirical and theoretical approaches to address both fundamental and applied problems faced by ecological communities in today’s changing world. Her presentation is entitled Resilience, Recovery, and the Ecology of Change. Please help me welcome our MacArthur lecturer, speaker, Dr. Katie Suding. (audience applauding) Thank you so much. – Thanks. Thank you, it’s great to be here today. It’s an honor, it’s such a pleasure to follow in MacArthur’s footsteps. I hope today I can exemplify his influence on transforming ecology, particularly by linking ecological theory to patterns of natural history, as well as translating those linkages to…

  • Раскопки в полях. Бои за Харьков! Часть 3 / Search in the fields. Fights for Kharkov! Part 3
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    Раскопки в полях. Бои за Харьков! Часть 3 / Search in the fields. Fights for Kharkov! Part 3

    Stumbled upon another location and also a fighter of the Red Army In the head is a bowler hat, helmet, disk DP. In a semi-sitting position, the body is shifted forward. Vasil, what have you got there? Fighter! Ah, the skull. Clearly, we will also watch. A helmet, a bowler hat, a bakelite cup behind. And, this there’s probably an abandoned bakelite glass in the backpack Flask and leather? Yes Yes … Lying the fighters are here. how saying that immortal squads not buried with dignity, just left and forgotten They erased the fate of man, and at home mothers were waiting for sons, children were waiting for fathers Millions…

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    Degeberga hills | THE BEAUTY OF NATURE / Part 1

    Degeberga is located in southern Sweden and covers many amazing locations. One of the many beautiful locations is “Degeberga backar” Or in English “Degeberga hills”. “Degeberga backar”covers an area of 266261 m2. Degeberga backar is a nature reserve and a popular spot for turists to hike at. The open grass plains with high hills and a river that flows through the landscape offers an incredible scenery. The high and dramatic hills were created thousands of years ago by Ice ridges. The landscape has been characterised by humans and grazing animals. The brooks and river flowing through the landscape is coming from a lake nearby called “blåsjö”. A lot of birds…

  • Nature In Lights 2019
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    Nature In Lights 2019

    Ask any elf and they’ll tell you where the real magic is. It’s when their eyes light up when they see the spirit of the season. Explore the winter wonderland of Nature In Lights at the Belton Lake Outdoor Recreation Area. Load up the Family and come out to see the wonder of over five miles of holiday light displays and more. Make time to make memories this year and share the Tradition. Nature In Lights, share the magic