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The laurel to fill your body and mind with energy

The laurel is known worldwide as a symbol of victory and peace, it evokes strength and success. In addition to these symbolic connotations, this shrub can be used in cooking as a condiment, but the most amazing thing is its health benefits. Its scientific name is Laurus nobilis, and it should not be confused with the toxic garden laurel Nerium oleander.
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NEWS

Greta Thunberg wins millionaire prize and donates it to environmental organizations

Swedish activist Greta Thunberg announced on her Twitter, Monday, that she would donate 1 million euros to groups that face climate change and defend nature. Greta won the money because she was chosen, among 136 nominees from 46 countries, to win the award, launched by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, a Portuguese philanthropic organization, with the aim of recognizing the work of individuals and groups around the world whose contributions to climate change mitigation and adaptation stand out for innovation and impact.
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COVID-19

After Covid-19: The economy or the climate?

Despite mounting pressure for bailout resources to be used to tackle climate change, most of the money spent so far to overcome the covid-19 pandemic has been used to keep the economy going, according to However, what comes next may be more important for the climate, as governments move into emergency mode and start planning and spending money on a post-COVID-19 recovery.
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ECONOMY

To gather orange peels, see what for

We know that it may not be convenient to place citrus peels in the compost bin because it can alter the pH of the compost or attract annoying mosquitoes. Many of us use the husks to fight ants in the garden. But did you know about this use? Natural degreaser with citrus peelsThe citrus peels that we are consuming, be they lemon, orange or grapefruit, can be placed in a large glass jar or plastic drum until full capacity is reached.
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TOPICS

This is how flying snakes move

With the help of high-speed cameras and a computer model, US engineers have found that wave motion is vital to stabilize the flight of snakes that glide between tree branches. The discovery may help the development of new flying robots.
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