Monday, May 14, 2007

A wonder of, begins a quest EVEn if answers to be found with no ends

Our way of life, where in we live and breast cancer
Newsweek takes on gender issues for those with issues of those of differences and diversity, thanks for sharing this news, Curtis Via
May 21, 2007 NEWSWEEK

The Mystery of Gender

Rethinking Gender: What Makes Us Male or Female?
My Life as a Transgender Politician
A NASCAR Racer On Her Sex Change
Alexis Arquette on the Politics of Gender Change
Journalist Christine Daniels On Her New Life
Q&A: A Prudential VP on Her Transition
Live Talk: Rethinking Gender
Resources for Gender and Transgender Issues

Culture issues in the news read the Headlines At MoJo Blog

UAE: No Melamine In Food, Please, And No Food On Melamine, Either.

via CLG News of natural wonders

Hundreds of Birds Falling from the Skies Above Florida --Smoke From Wildfires Leave Birds Dazed and Confused 13 May 2007 The clouds of smoke produced by the fire are causing hundreds of birds in Broward and Miami-Dade counties to drop out of the sky or crash into the windows of buildings. Wildlife officials say hundreds of yellow warblers have died.

Tell the Bush Administration to protect polar bears and their critical habitat (Polar Bear SOS) Polar bears are completely dependent on Arctic sea ice to survive, but 80 percent of that ice could be gone in 20 years and all of it by 2040... The Bush Administration's proposal to list the polar bear as "threatened" under the Endangered Species Act is a crucial first step toward ensuring a future for these magnificent Arctic creatures. Yet the administration's proposal does not designate "critical habitat" for protection, even though melting habitat from global warming is the main threat to the polar bear's survival. Send a message urging the Bush Administration to finalize the listing of the polar bear and designate its critical habitat.

Climate change to force mass migration --1bn likely to be displaced by 2050, says report --Environmental factors will exacerbate existing crisis 14 May 2007 A billion people - one in seven people on Earth today - could be forced to leave their homes over the next 50 years as the effects of climate change worsen an already serious migration crisis, a new report from Christian Aid predicts.

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