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Belize on a Budget: What You’ll Find in Ambergris Caye, Placencia, and Cayo
Belize has been popular with expats for decades and one of the biggest reasons why is the range of living options in the country. Whether you are looking for a self-sustaining farm in the mountains, a cabin in the rainforest, a simple beach cabana, or your dream home on the beach, you can find it in Belize.
This is also a reason you will find a hot debate over the cost of living in Belize. Those looking to maintain a North American lifestyle are not going to find living in Belize to be cost-saving. Those looking to simplify and live a non-materialistic life can definitely find that Belize fits the bill in many ways
MEXICO CITY — Mexico City residents worked through the night into the early hours of the morning Wednesday, digging through immense piles of pancaked rubble that had once been high rise buildings s
One unexpected side effect of the pandemic is that it has turned many of us into explorers of our land. Confined within the borders of our own country, we've headed out – with campervans, four-wheel drives, or on guided tours – to discover the under-explored corners of the continent.
"We've discovered there is a huge interest in more remote areas," says Chris Fundell, of the Globus family of brands. "The Kimberley is now our number one region."
After having specialised in tours for international travellers, the company has designed a new range of tours for Australians wanting to explore their own backyard, and found a strong interest in getting off the beaten track.
Microbes are siphoning massive amounts of carbon from Earth’s tectonic plates
Apr. 22, 2021 , 11:00 AM
A few kilometers below our feet lies a hidden world of microbes whose chemical reactions are shaping the long-term habitability of the planet. A new study suggests some of these microbes are siphoning off massive amounts of carbon as it enters Earth, using it to fuel their own sunless ecosystems. The carbon, prevented from being buried even deeper in Earth, will eventually escape back into the atmosphere—where it could help warm the planet. Researchers say the microbes represent an overlooked factor in efforts to balance Earth’s deep carbon cycle.
Sweetheart candy hearts are seen on the shelf at the To The Moon Marketplace on January 29, 2019, in Wilton Manors, Florida. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Listen to tales of love and heartbreak. Learn to cook vegan coconut flan. Watch stories of love and friendship at the Reel Love Film Fest. Listen to a panel discussion about the Black women of rock and roll. Kick back at a screening of
Minari, the story of a Korean American family that moves to an Arkansas farm. Bite into a half-off pizza deal on National Pizza Day (Tuesday, Feb. 9).
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February StorySLAM: Love Hurts
Activists make the case that bigger is better to protect Galápagos reserve
by Elizabeth Claire Alberts on 29 January 2021
A group of scientists, conservationists and NGOs are campaigning to expand the current Galápagos Marine Reserve to protect an additional 445,953 square kilometers (172,183 square miles) in the exclusive economic zone of the Galápagos Islands.
According to a scientific proposal, the marine reserve expansion would help protect threatened migratory species, deter unsustainable and illegal fishing practices, and even bolster the legal Ecuadoran fishing industries.
While the proposal has garnered both national and international support, Ecuador’s fishing sector is largely opposed to the expansion of the reserve.
Wednesday, 25 November 2020
Roxana Cocos and Răzvan Martin are set to be stripped of their London 2012 Olympic medals after three Romanian weightlifters were disqualified following positive retests from the Games.
Cocos won silver in the women's under-69 kilogram event at the Games, while Martin was a bronze medallist in the men's under-69kg division.
Gabriel Sincraian, who failed to finish in the men's under-85kg event, has also been disqualified.
The entire Romanian weightlifting team at London 2012 has now been disqualified, with Florin Croitoru sanctioned last year.
Reanalysis of Cocos, Martin and Sincraian's samples from the Games each detected the presence of banned steroids metenolone and stanozolol.