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0 Renewable energy isn’t perfect, but it’s far better than fossil fuels

In their efforts to discredit renewable energy and support continued fossil fuel burning, many anti-environmentalists have circulated a dual image purporting to compare a lithium mine with an oilsands operation. It illustrates the level of dishonesty to which some will stoop to keep us on our current polluting, climate-disrupting path (although in some cases it could be ignorance).

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0 Bahamas and Diving with the Caribbean Reef Sharks

Sharks have gotten themselves a nasty reputation from JAWS and the rare, although heavily publicised bites that happen along the coasts. Despite the amount of fear spread through out mainstream media and film, diving with sharks has grown to be an incredibly profitable industry. Just in the Bahamas, diving with sharks brings in over $113 million USD.

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0 Save Ontario Shipwrecks urges divers to respect wrecks

Scuba divers love to explore shipwrecks. But they must do it without touching the wreck. Wooden hulls can be can be easily damaged after lying at the bottom of the St. Lawrence River. “Wood underwater for 200 years is more like sponge,” says Tom Scott, a scuba diver and a member of a volunteer organization called Save Ontario  Shipwrecks.

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