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Three stories you may have missed about CLIMATE CHANGE

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Some UN good news

Please share my lesson using your social media platforms. Use the links above. Student FREE Bookstore   (CLICK HERE) Improve Your English Magazine October 2023 Issue “Discover ‘IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH MAGAZINE’, a comprehensive magazine designed to help English learners of all levels excel in their language journey. Packed with invaluable tips, engaging content, and interactive exercises, …

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Shifting tuna populations could trigger climate issue

Please share my lesson using your social media platforms. Use the links above. Student FREE Bookstore   (CLICK HERE) CLICK HERE TO GO TO AMAZON.COM.BR Despite their small size, Pacific Island nations and territories are a powerhouse in the fishing industry, contributing more than a third of the global tuna catch. However, the tide could soon …

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Protecting the planet’s biodiversity — from soil to coral

Protecting nature starts with science. Here’s a roundup of recent scientific research published by Conservation International experts. 1. In the face of climate change, Caribbean corals are crumbling  Adapted to stressful environmental conditions, some coral species in the Caribbean such as Agaricia, Porites and Orbicella have persisted in the face of numerous threats — from …

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English Scientific Terminology in use.

Please share my lesson using your social media platforms. Use the links above. Student FREE Bookstore   (CLICK HERE) CLICK HERE TO GO TO AMAZON.COM.BR Using Scientific Terminology in English Introduction: Welcome to this advanced English lesson, where we will be exploring the fascinating world of scientific terminology in the English language. With the ever-growing importance …

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Removing ‘climber’ plants doubles tree growth

Please share my lesson using your social media platforms. Use the links above. Student FREE Bookstore   (CLICK HERE) CLICK HERE TO GO TO AMAZON.COM.BR Protecting nature starts with science. Here’s a roundup of recent scientific research published by Conservation International experts. 1. Keeping “climbers” out of forests can help promote tree growth   When logging or …

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Women in science

Please share my lesson using your social media platforms. Use the links above. Student FREE Bookstore   (CLICK HERE)   https://www.fiverr.com/s/YDrPkl History is full of women who changed the world through science, technology, engineering and math — from the chemist who helped discover the double helix structure of DNA to the computer scientist who snapped the …

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Mekong ‘megafish’

Please share my lesson using your social media platforms. Use the links above. Student FREE Bookstore   (CLICK HERE)   https://www.fiverr.com/s/YDrPkl Weighing in at 661 pounds, a giant stingray hooked by a fisherman in Cambodia’s Mekong River earlier this month has taken the title of world’s largest freshwater fish. Nicknamed “Boramy,” or “full moon” in the …

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To prevent pandemics like COVID-19

Please share my lesson using your social media platforms. Use the links above. Student FREE Bookstore   (CLICK HERE)   https://www.fiverr.com/s/YDrPkl But how will countries prevent future outbreaks? The first step: Protect nature, says Lee Hannah, Conservation International senior climate change scientist and a world-renowned expert in ecology, the study of how humans interact with nature. …

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New study dives into what’s killing the world’s largest fish

Please share my lesson using your social media platforms. Use the links above. Student FREE Bookstore   (CLICK HERE)   https://www.fiverr.com/s/YDrPkl 1. Cargo ships are threatening the world’s largest fish Whale sharks are the largest fish in the sea, longer than a school bus and weighing up to 19,000 kg (42,000 pounds). However, a recent study …

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No path without nature

Please share my lesson using your social media platforms. Use the links above. Student FREE Bookstore   (CLICK HERE)   https://www.fiverr.com/s/YDrPkl A clean energy transition is underway to curb planet-heating emissions, with investments in renewables, electric vehicles and energy efficiency expected to top $1.4 trillion this year. The shift — though unevenly distributed across countries — …

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Protecting even a small area can reap big benefits for people

Please share my lesson using your social media platforms. Use the links above. Student FREE Bookstore   (CLICK HERE)   https://www.fiverr.com/s/YDrPkl Protecting nature starts with science. Here’s a roundup of recent scientific research published by Conservation International experts. 1. Study: Targeted conservation offers massive benefits for people A new study finds that conserving 30 per cent …

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Climate breakdown sharpens the focus on nature’s solutions

As 2022 draws to a close, Conservation News is revisiting some of our most significant stories of the year. Climate change has swiftly moved from the realm of prediction to the reality of the nightly news. In the face of growing climate disasters, Conservation International’s research and field programs are shining a light on a …

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Protecting nature to prevent pandemics costs just 1% of fighting them 

Please share my lesson using your social media platforms. Use the links above. Student FREE Bookstore   (CLICK HERE)   https://www.fiverr.com/s/YDrPkl COP15 reaches ambitious plan for nature, now countries must accelerate action In a powerful commitment to nature, nearly 200 countries signed a sweeping agreement to protect a third of Earth’s land and oceans by 2030. …

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New satellite gives view of Earth’s waters

Please share my lesson using your social media platforms. Use the links above. Student FREE Bookstore   (CLICK HERE)   https://www.fiverr.com/s/YDrPkl New satellite gives view of Earth’s waters Nearly three-quarters of Earth’s surface is covered in water. As climate change drives sea level rise, and more extreme droughts and floods, understanding the world’s water patterns is …

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Five life lessons from the women working in the science industry

The gender gap in science is no secret — fewer than 30 percent of the world’s researchers are women. And while the number of women pursuing careers in science is steadily rising, the lack of representation can be a tough hurdle to overcome.  Please share my lesson using your social media platforms. Use the links …

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Michael Faraday Scientist INCLUDING THE PERFECT TENSES

Who was Michael Faraday? He was an English scientist who contributed to the study of electromagnetism and electrochemistry. Please share my lesson using your social media platforms. Use the links above. Student FREE Bookstore   (CLICK HERE)   DOWNLOAD THE pdf FILE:    Michael Faraday (Advanced English Lesson) LESSON INSTRUCTIONS: Read through the paragraphs and the …

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A climate hero emerges from the ashes

Student FREE Bookstore   (CLICK HERE)   The Climate Hero INTRODUCTION: Over the last half century, droughts and urban expansion have contributed to the destruction and degradation of 35 percent of the world’s wetlands. In fact, these ecosystems — which help regulate Earth’s climate and protect our biodiversity — are disappearing three times faster than forests.  …

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SPORTS SCIENCE FOUR: (Specificity)

Student FREE Bookstore   (CLICK HERE)   What is Specificity? Introduction SPECIFICITY PRINCIPLE. The principle of specificity of training states that the way the body responds to physical activity is very specific to the activity itself. For example, someone who jogs can expect that their jogging performance would approve as well as their aerobic conditioning. The principle of …

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SPORTS SCIENCE LESSON 3: The basics of Aerobic Metabolism

An English lesson about the basics of Aerobic Metabolism.  The lesson explores the science and biology and at the same time teaches the vocabulary and grammar of English related to the subject. Instruções: Essas aulas de inglês são para alunos intermediários e avançados de inglês como segunda língua. Eles incluem “Ler”, “Ouvir” e “Escrever”. Basta …

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SPORTS SCIENCE BEGINNER LESSON 2 Working Anaerobically

An Intermediate / Advanced English lesson explaining the concept of Aerobic metabolism (Sports Science) If you are into sports and also learning English. Welcome   Instruções: Essas aulas de inglês são para alunos intermediários e avançados de inglês como segunda língua. Eles incluem “Ler”, “Ouvir” e “Escrever”. Basta seguir a lição respondendo às perguntas à …

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The weekly English Expression (2) ‘I am feeling UNDER THE WEATHER’

Instruções: Essas aulas de inglês são para alunos intermediários e avançados de inglês como segunda língua. Eles incluem “Ler”, “Ouvir” e “Escrever”. Basta seguir a lição respondendo às perguntas à medida que as encontra. Todas as vagas em negrito devem ser traduzidas para seu próprio idioma para ajudar na compreensão do novo vocabulário Please LIKE …

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The weekly English Expression (1) ‘Can I twist your arm’

Instruções: Essas aulas de inglês são para alunos intermediários e avançados de inglês como segunda língua. Eles incluem “Ler”, “Ouvir” e “Escrever”. Basta seguir a lição respondendo às perguntas à medida que as encontra. Todas as vagas em negrito devem ser traduzidas para seu próprio idioma para ajudar na compreensão do novo vocabulário Please LIKE …

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How do we maintain our body temperature?

Instruções: Essas aulas de inglês são para alunos intermediários e avançados de inglês como segunda língua. Eles incluem “Ler”, “Ouvir” e “Escrever”. Basta seguir a lição respondendo às perguntas à medida que as encontra. Todas as vagas em negrito devem ser traduzidas para seu próprio idioma para ajudar na compreensão do novo vocabulário Please LIKE …

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