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Surviving to Climate Change

This photo was taken on a land which once used to be very fertile but now it's all cracked up and has become non fertile.This shows how a plant is combating to climate change.Md. Sazzadul IslamBangladesh University of ProfessionalsBangladesh
Nov 16, 2017
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Surviving to Climate Change

This photo was taken on a land which once used to be very fertile but now it's all cracked up and has become non fertile.This shows how a plant is combating to climate change.Md. Sazzadul IslamBangladesh University of ProfessionalsBangladesh
Nov 16, 2017

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I am a simple person. Nothing special about me.

I love peace. I dream of a beautiful world. I would be more than happy if I could learn anything from Global Ethics Network & apply it in my daily life.

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