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The World Health Organization says millions of premature deaths can be prevented each year by reducing short-lived climate pollutants. A WHO reports recommends cutting these pollutants—black carbon, ozone and methane. Save Life, World, News, Transportation, Urban, The World, Earth

WHO: Cut Climate Pollutants, Save Lives

The World Health Organization says millions of premature deaths can be prevented each year by reducing short-lived climate pollutants. A WHO reports recommends cutting these pollutants—black carbon, ozone and methane.

The World Health Organization says millions of premature deaths can be prevented each year by reducing short-lived climate pollutants. A WHO reports recommends cutting these pollutants—black carbon, ozone and methane. Save Life, World, News, Transportation, Urban, The World, Earth

WHO: Cut Climate Pollutants, Save Lives

The World Health Organization says millions of premature deaths can be prevented each year by reducing short-lived climate pollutants. A WHO reports recommends cutting these pollutants—black carbon, ozone and methane.

As Burma opens, a pristine 'lost world' of 800 islands in the Mergui archipelago under threat Mergui Archipelago, Marine Plants, Fishing Boats, Beautiful World, Laos, Fresh Water, Tourism, Survival, Creatures

Fewer Creatures in Future Oceans Could Provide Less Food

A new study is predicting that warmer ocean waters will mean fewer marine species through the end of the century. But other plants and animals will survive by expanding their territory. That is a finding from the largest study ever of marine plants and animals by an Australian university.

Our friends over at HBO got a first look at the new NWA bio-pic Straight Outta Compton. This peak at Straight Outta Compton indicates that the film will do t. Jason Mitchell, Amy Winehouse, Nina Simone, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, N.w.a Rap, Hip Hop, New Trailers, Movie Trailers

Movie Shows Rap Group 'Straight Outta Compton'

The music genre known as gangster, or gangsta, rap was born in the poor, dangerous neighborhood of Compton, in Los Angeles, California. The violence of street life there and tense relations between the community and police influenced the sound.

Singers Use Music to Light Up World's Poorest Places Pop Singers, Light Up, Rapper, Musicals, World, Sun, Places, Artist, The World

Singers Use Music to Light Up World's Poorest Places

Pop singer Raghav Mathur is using his music to light up African villages where there is no electricity. The song is called “Until the Sun Comes Up.” The Canadian-Indian singer says he wanted to help others when he learned that more than one billion people live without electric power.

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Who Goes to a Rock Concert With Their Mother? Millennials!

When musicians over the age of 50 are the star performers, you expect to see many Baby Boomers cheering them on. Aging rock music stars usually have Baby Boomer fans. Younger rock stars are more likely to appeal to Millennials. But at the Lockn' Music festival, two generations came together.

The National Basketball Association (NBA) is arguably the best basketball league in the world. No longer are foreign-born NBA players unique. And some are among the most important and interesting players in the league. Basketball Leagues, Nba Players, Football, Watch, Soccer, Futbol, Clock, American Football, Bracelet Watch

International Players to Watch in the NBA

The National Basketball Association (NBA) is arguably the best basketball league in the world. No longer are foreign-born NBA players unique. Most teams have one or two. And some are among the most important and interesting players in the league.

This picture looks just like another dead fish washed up on shore - until you realize that it’s actually a whale, and those are grizzly bears standing on it. (Source) That’s a different world. Animal Memes, Funny Animals, Cute Animals, Animal Funnies, Animal Pictures, Funny Pictures, Random Pictures, Dead Fish, Whales

Whale Deaths On the Rise in Alaska

Scientists blame warmer water for the deaths. They say the rising temperatures are as a result of changing weather and wind conditions, which are not linked to climate change. Scientists say carbon dioxide emissions and other pollution are making the Arctic warm faster than anyplace on the planet.