Rediscovering Native American roots at pipeline protest – BBC News

http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-37171280

Since April, over 3000 Native American people have been camping in Cannon Ball, North Dakota. They are trying to stop the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, which would run underneath the Missouri river near the Cheyenne river reservation.”

Video by Anna Bressanin

Greenland Inuit oppose open-pit uranium mine on Arctic mountain-top – The Ecologist

http://www.theecologist.org/News/news_analysis/2988016/greenland_inuit_oppose_openpit_uranium_mine_on_arctic_mountaintop.html

“Recently I [Bill Williams] was invited to assess an old Danish uranium exploration site in Kvanefjeld in southern Greenland.”

Inuit Ataqatigiit – the opposition party in the national parliament – had asked me to talk to local people about the health implications of re-opening the defunct mine.

An Australian firm called Greenland Minerals and Energy (GME) has big plans to extract uranium and rare earth minerals here. It would be a world first: an open-pit uranium mine on an Arctic mountain-top.

Any questions?

Decision making tips tps://www.weforum.org/agenda/2016/06/why-are-some-people-more-productive-than-others-science-has-the-answer/?utm_content=buffera08f8&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2016/06/why-are-some-people-more-productive-than-others-science-has-the-answer/?utm_content=buffera08f8&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

On highly sucessful and productive people:

Genuine productivity grows from starting a to-do list with larger goals and then splitting them up into bite-sized “smart” goals.”

World’s Loneliest Elephant Dies After Spending 60 Years Alone in a Tiny Concrete Cell – Earthables

http://www.earthables.com/elephant-dies-alone-1831679185.html?xrs=RebelMouse_fb

People need to read Hank’s story!

Animals

World’s Loneliest Elephant Dies After Spending 60 Years Alone in a Tiny Concrete Cell

By EarthablesFOLLOW

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Hanako the elephant, who has been called the world’s saddest elephant has passed away after spending 60 years in a tiny cell at Inokashira Park Zoo in Japan.

She was 69 years old.

In the six decades Hanako spent in her cell, she never got to feel soft grass or dirt under her feet, or the bark of trees with her trunk, and worst of all, she hadn’t seen another elephant for most of her adult life….”

Read on, never forget Hank….Life so precious….Support animal rights

Questions, answers about the federal campus safety law

Questions, answers about the federal campus safety law: http://bigstory.ap.org/77b34155ba4548a690afcba46fd39cde&utm_source=android_app&utm_medium=wordpress&utm_campaign=share

Pros and cons about the Clery law. I work at a college and above all students must feel safe before learning can happen. It is about time that universities, of all types private and public – 2 year or 4 year, are transparent on reporting incidences of rape and drugs or other crimes. Parents and students should be alerted to possible dangers on campus.
A lot of my students over the years have felt safe based on ignorance of the nature of crimes perpetrated on campuses. They learn but many experience date rape or other compromising situations.
These are fresh, curious young people and they are our future. Don’t they deserve better from institutions or higher learning and academia in general?

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