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Limassol private school constructed in only 85 days It is the first licensed Waldorf school in Cyprus (Wednesday November 30th, 2022 — In-Cyprus)

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The Differences Between Organic, Biodynamic, and Natural Wines Spoiler: They’re absolutely not the same thing. (Wednesday November 30th, 2022 — Thrillist)

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The polar dinosaurs revealing ancient secrets This is where thousands of dinosaurs made their nests, and the unhatched foetuses that didn't make it are still there to this day. (Wednesday November 30th, 2022 — BBC online)

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“Soil is the answer”: Leading model and activist Arizona Muse on sustainability in fashion In 2021, the model turned activist founded her charity, named ‘Dirt’, which is dedicated to regenerating soil and promoting biodynamic agriculture around the world. (Monday November 28th, 2022 — Fashion United )

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Climate change: Could centuries-old wheat help feed the planet? The wheat we grow is going to have to change - scientists hope that looking back into our past and rediscovering lost varieties could be the best way to move forward. (Sunday November 27th, 2022 — BBC online)

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A growing sense of purpose in Country Calendar In Clive, Hawke’s Bay, sits a unique farm with a rich history. Founded in 1957 by Marjorie Allen and Lewis Harris, Hōhepa is New Zealand’s oldest certified biodynamic farm. It is also a place where people with intellectual disabilities can find purpose, meaning and passion. (Thursday November 24th, 2022 — Stuff.co.nz)

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The ‘Why’ of traditions “Our breath comes in a rhythm, each day includes rhythms and patterns — sleeping, waking, eating, times of quiet interwoven with active times,” says Payne, who credits Waldorf education for her family’s appreciation of life’s cadences and designs. “We are drawn to and look for patterns and rhythms and cycles in nature and to create them in our lives, because they help us understand our world and our connections within it.” (Wednesday November 23rd, 2022 — Seattle's Child)

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Cutting-edge tech made this tiny country a major exporter of food The rallying cry in the Netherlands started two decades ago, as concern mounted about its ability to feed its 17 million people: Produce twice as much food using half as many resources. The country, which is a bit bigger than Maryland, not only accomplished this feat but also has become the world’s second largest exporter of agricultural products by value behind the United States. (Monday November 21st, 2022 — Washington Post - Washington DC USA)

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A fungus growing naturally on roots is found to detoxify mercury in soil and water A fungus called Metarhizium robertsii that has a symbiotic relationship with many crops not only can increase their yields and protect them from insect invasions, but it can also absorb and detoxify methylmercury, allowing the plants to grow with minimal mercury accumulation even in polluted soils. The fungus can even remove methylmercury from freshwater and saltwater. (Saturday November 19th, 2022 — Daily Kos)

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The emotional moment a chimp mum meets newborn [video] Mahle the chimp received a C-section this week at Sedgwick County Zoo in Wichita, Kansas. Because of low oxygen levels, the infant son received medical treatment before meeting mum. (Saturday November 19th, 2022 — BBC online)

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5 Health-Boosting Herbs You Can Grow in Your Kitchen Bonus benefit: Growing kitchen herbs may inspire you to dig into gardening in the spring. "Grow something you love to eat; start by planting something easy, like herbs," says "Farmer D" Daron Joffe, a nationally known biodynamic farmer, educator, and author of Citizen Farmers: The Biodynamic Way to Grow Healthy Food, Build Thriving Communities, and Give Back to the Earth. "Herbs grow virtually any time of year and are low maintenance." (Friday November 18th, 2022 — Yahoo)

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Black-naped pheasant-pigeon sighted in PNG for first time in 140 years Some 140 years after the black-naped pheasant-pigeon was last sighted by scientists, researchers have "rediscovered" the rare bird. After a month of searching, a team in September captured footage of the species deep in the forest of a tiny island off Papua New Guinea. (Friday November 18th, 2022 — BBC online)

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The floating solar panels that track the Sun On a lake in the Netherlands, a shiny circular island floats, covered in dozens of shimmering solar panels. But this is no normal solar array, nor even simply one of the many new floating solar farms being installed in lakes, reservoirs and coastal areas across the world. That's because its panels are doing something none of these other floating solar farms can do: meticulously tracking and following the Sun as it moves across the sky, to catch as many rays as possible. (Thursday November 17th, 2022 — BBC online)

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Hilton Reinforces Commitment to Sustainability and Local Craftsmanship with the Launch of Wild Spirit Wines of Africa Hilton announced today the launch of its ‘Wild Spirit Wines of Africa’ Beverage Conservation programme. In collaboration with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) in South Africa and Under the Influence, guests can enjoy the best wines and spirits from prolific South African wine farms and spirit distilleries at eleven participating Hilton hotels across Africa and the Indian Ocean (A&IO). The selected wine farms and spirit distilleries champion biodynamic and regenerative farming practices, environmental conservation, and protection of water catchment areas that meet the global best standards in sustainable travel and tourism. (Wednesday November 16th, 2022 — Hospitality Net)

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COP27: Rockefeller Foundation announces 10 grants to scale indigenous, regenerative agriculture practices The Rockefeller Foundation has announced grants totaling more than $11 million to 10 organisations working to scale indigenous and regenerative agriculture practices around the world. ... The Foundation also contributes to Indigenous Peoples’ Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Food Systems. (Thursday November 10th, 2022 — MyJoyOnline.com)

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Ancient Rome: Stunningly preserved bronze statues found in Italy Italian archaeologists have unearthed 24 beautifully preserved bronze statues in Tuscany believed to date back to ancient Roman times. (Wednesday November 9th, 2022 — BBC online)

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Mistletoe Therapy for Cancer Treatment The liquid extract of the Mistletoe plant has been used as an alternative method to treat cancer for close to a century? Mistletoe is one of the most widely researched naturopathic medicines prescribed for cancer patients in Europe? Numerous studies have shown Mistletoe Therapy may enhance cancer patient survival rates, improve quality of life, and reduce the side-effects of chemotherapy and radiation? (Thursday October 20th, 2022 — RiordanClinic.org -, Kansas USA)

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View 16 Breathtaking Images From the Nature Conservancy’s Annual Photo Contest The images are meant to be a reminder, not just of the beauty of nature, but of humanity's influence on it. (Thursday October 6th, 2022 — Smithsonian Magazine - Washington DC USA)

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This Moonshot for Coral Breeding Was Successful [They] thought that they had a five to 10 percent chance of success. To have hundreds of healthy coral now sitting in tanks barely crossed her mind. Conservationists are more attuned to the vibrations of endangerment, extinction, and loss. To have a moonshot succeed is unfamiliar territory. With the impossible now possible, the next hurdle is moving from the lab to the ocean, a leap that not everyone is comfortable with. (Monday October 3rd, 2022 — Smithsonian Magazine - Washington DC USA)

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Ancient Maya Cities Were Polluted With High Levels of Mercury The team concluded that the Maya used cinnabar, a bright red mineral containing mercury, for decorative paints and powders that served ceremonial and religious purposes. The mercury from cinnabar-coated surfaces, like walls and floors, eventually contaminated the local water supply and soil. (Wednesday September 28th, 2022 — Smithsonian Magazine - Washington DC USA)

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