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The Music Industry’s Merch Problem
Spending $75 on a hoodie at a concert feels absurd, and quite frankly, it is. But you shouldn’t blame the artist.
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During a Knicks broadcast on November 30, Stockton revealed how Robinson visited the coach’s wife, Dawn, every single day while she was hospitalized.
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3B+ People Affected by Water Shortages Worldwide
More than 3 billion people around the world are feeling the effects of water shortages, as the amount of available freshwater has dipped by more than 20% over the past two decades, according to data from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
U.S. Sees 800% Increase in Areas Burned by Wildfires Over Last 40 Years
The number of wildfires in the western United States—and the land they demolish—has drastically increased since the 1980s, according to the American Geophysical Union.
Global Sea Levels Will Rise 2.5 Meters Even If Paris Climate Goals Are Met
The melting of the Antarctic ice sheet will raise sea levels globally by 2.5 meters even if the Paris Climate Agreement goals are satisfied, according to a paper published in Nature.
These Tigers Were Relocated to Help an Endangered Population
Two tigers were translocated from the Corbett Tiger Reserve in Northern India to the Rajaji Tiger Reserve, approximately 80 miles north of the Corbett Reserve.
U.S. and UK Rank Highest in Per Person Plastic Waste Production
The U.S. and UK produce more plastic waste per person than any other country in the world, according to a study published in the journal Science Advances.
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