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Leonardo DiCaprio suggested to art collectors on Monday to bid at an environmental charity auction in New York as if the planet's fate “depends on us” - and the auction raised more than $33 million The 11th Hour auction at Christie's featured 33 works of mostly contemporary art, much ... keep reading
Reality Drop is a social media tool launched by Al Gore this week at TED, which aims to give visitors talking points that they can share in the comments section of popular online climate change stories. http://vimeo.com/52029145" keep reading
This Thursday, February 14th, former NBA Star and Chinese icon, Yao Ming, will be in Houston with conservation organization, WildAid, visiting the Houston Zoo with local school children to educate them about the importance of wildlife conservation. Yao will be leading a group on a special tour beginning at 2 ... keep reading
Actor/Activist Mark Ruffalo, and 9/11 First Responder advocate, John Feal, will attend a rally in Minisink, New York on February 9th at 12:30 p.m. to raise their voice against the construction of a controversial natural gas compressor station, as the U.S. Court of Appeals considers ... keep reading
Under the auspices of California’s largest statewide joint powers authority, 14 California counties and 126 cities are today launching the nation’s largest PACE program, an innovative financing tool to help commercial property owners reduce their buildings’ energy and water use. The CaliforniaFIRST program, which is a program of ... keep reading
Fist pumps, hands in the air and jumping up and down, seen at every event at the Olympics, turn out to be the same across all cultures and likely have their roots in non-human primate displays. When Olympic athletes like Michael Phelps, Gabby Douglas and Usain Bolt celebrate their wins ... keep reading
Since the beginning of the Fifth Republic, in 1958, the French have voted nine times to elect their president. Each time, they have flocked to the polling stations. The lowest turnout was in 2002, with 71 percent participation, when extreme-right National Front leader Jean-Marie Le Pen shocked the nation by ... keep reading
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