Natural environment

EL MUSEO MÁS SUSTENTABLE DEL MUNDO

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We need to look after the environment!

Items such as straws, cups to-go, razors, plastic bags and so on are examples of single use products. Replace them with a reusable version and make a big difference.
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The World's Largest Underwater Cave

In January 2018, a group of cavern explorers found that two cavern that seemed to be independent, were actually connected and formed a 347 kilometers long cavern.
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International Mother Earth Day

Next April 22, as every year, we will celebrate the International Mother Earth Day, our home, including its ecosystems. We need to promote harmony with nature and the Earth to preserve them for present and future generations.
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What Causes Seasons?

The answer is very simple: We have seasons because the Earth’s rotation axis is slightly tilted relative to the plane of its orbit around the Sun.
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Sustainable cities

Sustainable cities. They are cities inhabited by people dedicated to minimizing their requirements of energy, water, food, waste, heat output, air pollution, CO2, methane, and water pollution. 
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Zero tolerance for plastic pollution of oceans

Many countries agree on the need for stronger international legislation to prevent plastic and microplastic pollution of the ocean, however, many others are reluctant to participate in international agreements to that purpose.
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Scarlet Macaws fly free

They are colorful because even they are called scarlet or red macaws their color mix varies from red to blue, orange, white, yellow and black...
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Auroras borealis and australis

Auroras are an exciting and colorful display of light in the sky. An aurora in the northern hemisphere is called aurora borealis, and its counterpart in the southern hemisphere is aurora australis...
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