30th March - Today's News: Ex-Debbie Brings Major Flood Disruption to Parts of Queensland and NSW




A group of Cambodian elephants in dramatic muddy escape - demonstrating just how easy it was, for example, for woolly mammoths (who didn't have humans to aid them) to similarly become entrenched, and eventually preserved in the permafrost.

Research by the UEA reveals 100,000 people die each year as a result of pollution created by Western demand for Chinese goods - but we won't buy British because the British demand higher wages and better working conditions.,  And that makes our goods more expensive ....  Meanwhile, compounding the issue, food trade drains global water sources at 'alarming' rates as well. 


And as Putin and Medvedev visit the Arctic, shocking images show polar pollution blight

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