IKEA is popping up in an unlikely location: a refugee camp on the savanna of Ethiopia.
As part of an initiative to house Somali refugees, IKEA is ...
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I always learn something unexpected when I take a walking tour -- not just from the official tour, but often from the unscripted moments of chitchat with my tour guide.
The Cerrado savanna has already lost 48% of its original vegetation and is shrinking faster than the Amazon rain forest. It could disappear almost entirely within a few decades.
$3 million to endow a research station in perpetuity, to secure the continued flow of knowledge and to rest easy that passionate people will be around to advocate for many voiceless species? That's the bargain of the century.
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