all-the-ways-things-are:

"it’s raining books!" by overthemoon ~ Book Fair of Romainmôtier, Switzerland 

all-the-ways-things-are:

"it’s raining books!" by overthemoon ~ Book Fair of Romainmôtier, Switzerland 

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ifonnly:

This is the saddest thing. But it is why we need to make a change.

free the slaves is dedicated to ending slavery worldwide and it’s a realizable goal but they can’t manage it just on their own so please visit this website and see how you can help because “all people have the right to be free from any form of slavery and to realize their true potential” their goal is to end slavery in our lifetime and i think it should also be your goal because we all live on this planet and i think it’s our task to help other people so please check out their website they’re doing a really good work

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jason-mona:

This world needs more people like you, Jason. 
Everyday I admire you more, everyday I love you more. 
This is my idol, everyone!

blazedzouis:

Spread this like wild fire. 

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there are only around 1,600 giant pandas left which is so sad because they are such beautiful animals and they also play an important role in nature for example they ‘help to keep their habitats healthy by spreading seeds in their droppings all around the forest – which helps vegetation to spread and grow and so helps the forest thrive’..
if you want to know more about giant pandas click here

there are only around 1,600 giant pandas left which is so sad because they are such beautiful animals and they also play an important role in nature for example they ‘help to keep their habitats healthy by spreading seeds in their droppings all around the forest – which helps vegetation to spread and grow and so helps the forest thrive’..

if you want to know more about giant pandas click here

(Source: pray-for-a-better-world)

Oceans and coasts

On our beautiful blue planet, the sea covers more than 70% of the surface. Far more species live in the oceans than on land. The marine environment provides livelihoods and food for hundreds of millions of people.

But the world’s oceans, seas and coasts are under severe strain. The biggest threats right now are overfishing, climate change and pollution.

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Only 1.2% of our oceans are officially protected - something that urgently needs to change. Which is why that’s a key focus of our marine work.

‘Marine Protected Areas’ (MPAs) can help support wildlife, allow fish stocks to be replenished, and help increase the resilience of marine ecosystems and coastal communities to the impacts of climate change.

Fishing isn’t a problem - overfishing is
Fishing can be a sustainable, renewable resource - but only if it’s properly managed. A collapse in fish stocks through overfishing is devastating for the marine environment and the whole food chain, including us. Sadly, it’s already happened in a number of places.

Did you know…

  • Four-fifths of the world’s main fish stocks are exploited to the limit or beyond sustainable levels.
  • Every year millions of tonnes of ‘bycatch’, including 300,000 mammals, are caught accidentally in fishing equipment
  • Estimates indicate that around 19% of coral reefs have been lost, 15% are seriously threatened in the short-term and a further 20% are under threat of loss by 2050.

if you want to read more and if you want to know how you can make a difference click here

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UNICEF Ambassador Selena Gomez Visits Nepal

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so i thought i’d share some photos of our local parc with you cause it’s so pretty there and all those birds are so cute!

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science-junkie:

A Filthy HistoryBy Eric Holthaus and Chris Kirk
Which countries have emitted the most carbon since 1850?To get a sense of how ridiculous carbon pollution has become, going back in time gives some perspective.
So, let’s time-travel 
GIF via io9.com

science-junkie:

A Filthy History
By Eric Holthaus and Chris Kirk

Which countries have emitted the most carbon since 1850?
To get a sense of how ridiculous carbon pollution has become, going back in time gives some perspective.

So, let’s time-travel 

GIF via io9.com