Day: October 25, 2017

Education Not Mutilation In Masaai Communities

New rituals are being established in Southern Kenya’s Masaai communities to eradicate the practice of female genital mutilation (FMG). Although FMG has been formally outlawed in Kenya since 2001, a majority of girls from semi-nomadic tribes like the Masaai and Samburu still undergo the traditional treatment. According to Kenya’s Demographic

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Recent Development In Climate Change

A recent NASA report confirms September 2017 as the fourth warmest September in the modern temperature record history. In fact, September 2017 was 0.80 degrees Celsius higher than the mean temperature in September between 1951 and 1980. This figure was close to that of the warmest months of September (September

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Increasing Ivory Trade In Laos

Environmental NGO, Save the Elephants, has released a research report on the seriousness of ivory trade in Laos recently. According to this report, Laos has become the fastest growing ivory market worldwide. The brutal illegal ivory trade in Southeast and East Asia has involved multiple countries, including Laos, Myanmar, Thailand,

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The “Quarantine Word”

On Tuesday October 17, U.S. state representative Betty Price participated in a legislative committee meeting. Addressing the Georgia Department of Public Health’s HIV epidemiology section, Price asked, “What are we legally able to do?” before stating, “I don’t want to say the quarantine word, but I guess I just said

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British Jihadists: What Is The Solution?

It has emerged this month that within the previous decade approximately 850 individuals from the U.K. have travelled to Syria or Iraq to lend their support to jihadist groups. Stemming from towns and cities across the U.K., these individuals have found familiarity and sympathy with the mission of these jihadist

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Ocean Acidification Kills Infant Sea Life

An eight year study conducted by over 250 scientists in the BIOACID Project has found that because of the growing carbon dioxide emissions caused by modern industrial society, the oceans are becoming more acidic and will affect all sea life. The study finds that infant sea creatures will be harmed

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