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Day 65: The Carbon cycle – The Impacts (Part 3)

Disrupting the carbon cycle has serious impacts on the planet. Something as “little” as offsetting the natural flow of carbon affects everything that is linked to carbon (in other words, all life on Earth). Let’s take a look at how pumping more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere and the ocean impact the planet. Continue reading


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Day 14: Using music to protect the Earth

Music is an incredibly powerful phenomenon. When you hear it, it resonates inside you. If you like it, it might move you to tears, joy, or awe; if you don’t like it, it will cause disgust or annoyance. Playing music will accentuate that experience even more, because your mind, heart, and body is concentrated on making that sound that pleases you and that moves you to experience something pleasant. Continue reading

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