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    Facts about the Dakota Access Pipeline

    What is the Dakota Access Pipeline? The Dakota Access Pipeline is a 30” pipeline measuring 1,172 miles. Running underground since June 2017, it transports 570,000 barrels of light sweet crude oil each day from Bakken/Three Forks, North Dakota to Patoka, Illinois. Almost three years later, it has operated without major incidents, given back extensively to… Keep Reading…

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    3 Times that Criminal Behavior Has Variable Punishments

    In a logical world, one specific act, event, or situation will always lead to a particular consequence or result. However, in the real world, things aren’t so straightforward. You have to know that on many occasions, criminal behavior has variable punishments depending on a lot of different contexts. There are lots of examples to illustrate… Keep Reading…

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    How Much Does It Cost To Set Up A Greenhouse?

    Having your own greenhouse is always an excellent idea. You will have a chance to grow organic vegetables, house plants, and even experiment with exotic plants all year round. Gardening can be highly beneficial for your physical and mental health. According to studies, it can lower blood pressure, reduce stress, and improve the immune system… Keep Reading…

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    Learn What To Do After A Car Accident

    Throughout the course of your life, the chances are fairly high that you will experience at least a minor vehicle collision.  It will help your mind and your nerves to know what to do after a car accident.   The initial impact of a vehicle accident will undoubtedly throw you off for a moment.  When the… Keep Reading…

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    Growing Indoors at Home with Hydroponics

    If you’re considering growing vegetables or plants at home and want to ensure a good yield and perhaps ongoing harvests then you’ve probably already figured out that the British weather and the abundance of pests it brings aren’t conducive to that.  While many start out with a greenhouse, temperature is still hard to maintain for… Keep Reading…

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    Top 10 countries for green living

    While it may seem that green living and environmental friendliness are hard to be measured with exact accuracy and compared among different countries, the Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy has come up with the universally accepted scale, called Environmental Performance Index (EPI).  The EPI ranks 180 countries in terms of their environmental consciousness,… Keep Reading…

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    Geometric Patterns for the Nursery

    For infants and young children it’s important for their intellectual and social development to be introduced to the idea of form and structure from the very beginning of their existence. Experts insist that before children learn their ABC’s or verbal cues they should be introduced to a variety of geometric designs and ideas. This will… Keep Reading…

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    Skip the eggnog latte and buy someone a passport out of poverty, instead

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, December 6, 2018. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Gregg Wooding @ 972-567-7660 gwooding@inchristcommunications.com ‘Forgotten Christmas’ Campaign Helps Raise Struggling Families Above Poverty Line in Asia GFA World’s (formerly Gospel for Asia) holiday gift catalogue provides income-generating resources that offer ‘self-support and dignity’  STONEY CREEK, Ontario—As holiday shopping in the North America is predicted to top $1 trillion this year, GFA World(www.gfa.ca) is urging Christians in… Keep Reading…

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    Top 4 Garden Pests And How To Manage Them

    Growing your own vegetable garden can be a great way to feel healthier and it is also a great hobby. Nothing beats the joy of growing and eating your own vegetables and they taste absolutely amazing. When you start growing your own vegetables you are going to want to try to stick with organic methods… Keep Reading…

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    World Toilet Day Spotlights GFA’s Life-Changing Provision of Basic Facilities

    Global focus brings attention to GFA’s efforts to improve health and well-being by helping provide simple essentials STONEY CREEK, Ontario  —   Ribbon-cutting ceremonies typically mark the opening of a grand new building, but in Asia they can even celebrate a more modest, but life-changing construction—of a simple outhouse. The enthusiastically attended formal dedications follow the provision of desperately… Keep Reading…

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    Soap-and-Water Lessons Bring Health and Help to Some of Asia’s Struggling Poor

    To mark Global Handwashing Day, GFA World (formerly: Gospel for Asia)-supported teams hold special good hygiene classes that reduce sickness and improve well-being  STONEY CREEK, Ontario  —   A simple bar of soap is making a big difference in the lives of people in impoverished communities across Asia. Distributed by GFA-supported workers (www.gfa.ca), it is the centrepiece of a hygiene… Keep Reading…

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