Build a personalized world map for your wall that chronicles your travels, one country at a time

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INFOGRAPHIC: How food waste has become a huge global problem

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Every year, an estimated 1.2 to 2 billion tons of food is wasted—a massive amount of food that, if saved, would be more enough to feed the world’s hungry. Food waste isn’t just a humanitarian issue however; the problem is also a waste of land, water, energy and money. To put food wastage in perspective, Arbtech created an infographic that points out some of the world’s worst offenders and explains how food loss occurs throughout the supply chain. Click through to learn more about food waste and, most importantly, what you can do to help. Read the rest of INFOGRAPHIC: How food waste has become a huge global problem Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Arbtech , food wastage , food waste , infographic , reader submitted content

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It’s raining millions of spiders in Australia

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First they show up like shooting stars, but as they come closer, it’s clear that they’re some kind of UFO. Then, by the time they’re really close up—perhaps too close—you can see that it is, in fact, a spider with some kind of web-based parachute. The nightmarish phenomenon is known as “spider ballooning” and for the Southern Tablelands region of New South Wales, Australia it recently brought a rain of millions of tiny baby spiders and their silk down over farms, homes and—yes—people in the area. Read the rest of It’s raining millions of spiders in Australia Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: animal migration , arachnid migration , australia spiders , australia wildlife , flying spiders , insect migration , migration techniques , new south wales , raining spiders , spider ballooning , spider rain , spiders fly

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