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Guest Voz: For some, climate change already means adapting or saying goodbye

Guest Voz: For some, climate change already means adapting or saying goodbye

By Nicole Hernández Hammer LatinaLista As the changing climate continues to transform the American landscape we are beginning to realize the many ways in which our day-to-day lives and the lives of future generations will be different because of climate change. A new Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) report looks at what tidal flooding will

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Citizen scientists needed for Audobon’s bird count

By Jenny Leonard Futurity The longest running citizen science survey in the world kicks off December 14. Tens of thousands of volunteers are expected to take part in the Audubon Christmas Bird Count, which continues through January 5. HOW THE COUNT HELPS BIRDS The data collected by observers over the past century allow researchers, conservation

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Venezuela Considered LatAm’s Most Corrupt: Report

By David Gagne InSight Crime Venezuela is yet again perceived as the most corrupt country in Latin America, according to a new report by Transparency International, suggesting that President Nicolas Maduro has a long way to go in terms of cleaning up his country’s image. Venezuela ranked 161st out of 175 countries worldwide in terms

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