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Crab legs overturn fishing industry pest into new export

An invasive species introduced into the Mediterranean through the Suez Canal, the blue crab threatened the artisanal fishing techniques used along the Tunisian coastline, specifically damaging the gillnets and traps used in the Charfia (a traditional, fixed fishery system that blocks the path of fish and leads them to traps). Now they are for export.

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Sustainable Cruising Across the Caribbean

Millions of tourists and vacationers embrace cruising across the Caribbean to explore new destinations and the islands. The Caribbean is indeed a true cruising paradise as there are no two islands that are truly alike, and it is hard to resist those white sand beaches with crystal clear waters.

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3 Ways to Make More Climate-Friendly Purchases

If you are interested in improving the positive climate and environmental impact of your purchases, you should begin with a green credit card. Green credit cards are those which have partnered with an environmental organization like the World Wildlife Fund, and they allocate a percentage of each dollar spent to the partner cause.

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Looking for divine intervention at COP26

Religious leaders of northwestern Nevada held a collective multi-faith prayer-vigil at Saint Anthony Greek Orthodox Church in Reno on October 17, seeking divine intervention to save the planet and for the successful outcome of upcoming United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow.

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Tips For Growing Cannabis With Sustainable Practices

However, there’s one industry often overlooked in this regard - the cannabis industry. Being eco-friendly while growing green is a tough effort, however ironic it may sound. Marijuana plants are usually grown inside and require specific lighting, water, and nutrition conditions which unfortunately result in a considerable carbon footprint.

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Cricket and climate change

by climate change induced by global warming. Cricket, the old British sport that has been exported to India, Australia and the Caribbean Islands will be most hard hit by the ravages of climate change such as flooding and heat waves, recent reports suggest.