Greenland is a land of exquisite beauty and life, but unfortunately, it is facing the tolls of global warming which threatens not only polar bears, but all life on Earth.
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The Great Barrier Reef named as one of seven natural wonders of the world, larger than the Great Wall fo China! It is now estimated that less than 10% of the Great Barrier Reef remains in pristine condition, untainted by the bleaching desolation. As a direct result of rising sea temperatures, as well as the pollution now circulating through the ocean’s complex current systems. In the light of clim
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life, the Greater Blue Mountains Area provides a significant representation of Australia’s biodiversity. Situated 60 to 180 kilometers (37 to 111 miles) inland of Sydney in New South Wales, this natural wonder is a unique place for the study of the evolution of Australia’s eucalypt vegetation. It also contains species of immense global significance, such as the critically endangered ancient Wollem
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ge affinities with the Uto-Aztecan people. With Great awe for the magnificence of the Grand Canyon and the rich history that it houses, we pray for the wellbeing and prosperity of all its inhabitants.
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ey to the Great Himalayas of Southern Asia to explore one of Mother Earth’s magnificent creations, Mount Everest. Located on the border of Nepal and Tibet, Mount Everest has an elevation of 29,032 feet (8,849 meters) and is Earth’s highest mountain above sea level. Although this goddess was addressed by various names in different languages, there was one common thread – she was embraced as the mot
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s for the Animals that live in the mountains. These mountain-dwelling people have long worshipped Mount Everest as a goddess, naming her Chomolungma, meaning “Goddess Mother of the World.” Tragically, the effects of global climate Change on Mount Everest are now evident and endanger the people and wildlife who call this region home. The Paris AGreement report warned that one-third of the 10,000 or
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ins, “the Great one who does not climb.” They also pay homage to Kalisha, the protector god of the mountain’s wildlife. In this way, the Bakonjo people maintain and honor a respect for the natural environment in which they live. Award-winning American photographers, filmmakers, and biologists Nathan Dappen and Neil Losin relate stories through film and photography. Their 2013 film “Snows of the Ni
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racles of Great Mother Nature, this beloved park has not been immune to the devastating consequences of climate Change. Archeological evidence indicates that indigenous First Nations were the first inhabitants in this glacial area and arrived about 10,000 years ago. The First Nation people hold a deep spiritual respect for nature and the life-sustaining natural environment they live in. Multiple e
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