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The pristine coastline of Tulum, MX in 2017 before the onslaught of tourist and global warming devastation set in

Tulum is known as one of the most naturally beautiful and well-known destinations for people from all over the world. The beautiful beaches, “eco-friendly” lifestyle, low cost of goods, and abundance of culture make the Mexican destination a perfect paradise destination. But there is an ugly truth that's being ignored.

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‘Plant parenting’ has been on the rise ever since the beginning of the COVID pandemic. The idea that you can grow and care for plants is symbolic of the way in which life goes on even during very difficult times. This feeling that everything will be okay is represented in the plants that you so carefully tend to.

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The climate crisis we’re facing in the wake of climate change is very real. Luz Media, co-hosted a chat with the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) to help introduce These Votes Have Impacts, a report that measures the environmental leadership of various Members of Congress. The report is a reminder that we still depend heavily on o

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