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I guarantee that the moment you start reading, you, too, will float away from whatever it is you probably should be doing.
I was blown away by this investigation into a global super court that allows businesses to strip countries of their ability to enforce environmental regulations.
Almost all current kiwifruit cultivars are either direct selections from the wild or only a few generations removed from the wild.
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Even though the company was complicit in the beating and, in one case, killing of protestors, the government was too cowed by the court to revoke the company’s permit.
In December 2014, the single largest HIV outbreak in U. history began in Austin, Indiana, a town of 4,100 people on the southern end of the state.