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    119 Rebuttals to Common Global Warming Myths from John Cook of Climate Progress

    One day, your friend comes across and tells you that he does not believe in global warming. And then he shows you all kind of 'evidence' against the global warming theory and he sounds like he is more scientific than you.  Here are some of our favorite 'evidences' “It’s just a natural [...]

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    Meet Up and Volunteer to Clean Up the BP Oil Spill on Huffington Post Green

    With the situation in the Gulf of Mexico getting worse by the day, people who care about wildlife cannot help but wonder if something can be done.  The good news is that the Huffington Post and Meetup Everywhere are teaming up to provide the means for individuals to gather and brainstorm for [...]

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    UNICEF Releases Startling Report on Child Protection from Violence, Exploitation and Abuse

    Unicef released some very interesting- and disturbing- data about violence, exploitation and abuse in children. The information relates to UNICEF’s Child Protection Strategy, which was approved in 2008, and lays out the strategic actions needed to build this protective environment. The Strategy [...]

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    Catalan Bullfighting Ban Devides Spain

    The government from Catalonia, a northern province of Spain, has voted to ban bullfighting, a Spanish game. At first, the ban has divided the people who favor keeping the Spanish tradition and the animal rights activists. However, the ban went further to divide Catalonia and Spain. Catalonia [...]

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    Cho Cho Kyaw Nyein, Nay Ye Ba Swe and Mya Than Than Nu Attempt Election in Burma

    Cho Cho Kyaw Nyein, Nay Ye Ba Swe and Mya Than Than Nu are democracy activists from Myanmar Burma. All of them along side with the well-known Aung San Suu Kyi are daughters of former Burmese Prime Ministers. When the military junta took power in 1962, they were sent to jail with their fathers. [...]

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    New Evidence on Global Warming, 2010 Temperatures Reach Record Highs

    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has announced new report that the globe is getting warmer, based on research from 48 countries, including Russia and China. The 2000s temperatures reached record highs, and during the last half century the globe became warmer. Besides the [...]

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    50 Homemade Beauty Recipes from Planet Green!

    Following FOUR YEARS. GO.'s call to change the world for better, many of us strive to improve even the smallest things in our lives. Some followers of our FOUR YEARS. GO.'s Facebook site have shared cool stuffs like how to make recycled paper from discarded paper. Now, FOUR YEARS. GO. wants [...]

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    Online Campaign to Fight Corruption by Avaaz.org Gains Momentum

    FOUR YEARS. GO. would like to bring to you a message from Avaaz. Avaaz.org is a 5.5-million-person global campaign network that works to ensure that the views and values of the world's people shape global decision-making. "Avaaz" means "voice" or "song" in many languages. Avaaz members live [...]

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    China Pushes to End Public Shaming

    The Chinese government has called for an end to the public shaming of criminal suspects, a time-honored cudgel of Chinese law enforcement, that included “shame parades,” in which those suspected of being prostitutes are shackled and forced to walk in public. It is thought that they finally [...]

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    Alternative AU Presidents Debate Calls on Leaders to Invest in Saving Lives

    On July 23rd, an "Alternative Presidents Debate" held place in respond to the African Union Summit in Kampala. In the Summit's first ever stunt of its kind, activists wore masks to play the roles of some of Africa's foremost leaders and then debated how to solve the continent's health crises. [...]

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    Humanitarian Situation Still Vulnerable In Somalia

    First, the fact 3.2 million people, or more than 40 per cent of the population in Somalia, rely on international aid, a senior United Nations aid official stressed today. In an article published by the UN News Centre, it is stated that UN agencies and their partners have so far received only [...]

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    2010 Floods in Pakistan: Ways to Help from Huffington Post

    In what U.N. Secretary General called the worst natural disaster he’s ever seen, floods in the northwest regions of Pakistan have devastated millions of communities, leaving families with nowhere to go. The floods have already killed 1,500 people and left seven million in need of emergency [...]

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    Evolutionary Leaders Presents – A Call to Conscious Evolution 8/31/10 at UCLA

    Come be inspired by an emerging community of leaders committed to conscious evolution. Lynne Twist and over 50 other evolutionary leaders invite you to UCLA's Royce Hall on Tuesday evening, August 31st. Tickets are still available to participate in person. Live Streaming video via the internet [...]

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    How to do Good in Some Easy Steps from The New York Times

    We live in a time worth celebrating doing good has never been so popular More and more, regular folks are finding fulfillment helping others, and almost everyone has volunteered to a cause at some point in their lives. The New York Times has compiled a great guide in their Education section, [...]

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    Access to Clean Water is Most Violated Human Right

    Less than a month ago, the General Assembly of the United Nations declared that access to safe and clean water was to be included as a Human Right. According to the UN, almost 900 million people worldwide do not have access to clean water. According to Maude Barlow, who chairs the boards of [...]

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