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UK Study Reveals Butterfly Counting as a Path to Environmental Engagement and Mental Wellbeing

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Butterfly counting has been found to reduce anxiety and increase one’s connection to nature. A project by butterfly conservation in the UK is monitoring and tracking the population of butterflies by sending volunteers to designated areas and recording the number and species of butterflies they see.

The purpose of this activity is to support and monitor conservation projects. A new study done by Butterfly Conservation found that participants who were counting butterflies felt a range of emotions and showed a strong desire to protect wildlife. This has led to the creation of butterfly havens in gardens and supporting wildlife recovery. The study shows an encouraging shift in people’s attitudes toward actively supporting environmental conservation while improving their overall mental well-being.

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US Policy Is Leading To A Wider War: Jeffrey Sachs On Middle East Tensions

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Marc Lamont Hill discusses US policy in the Middle East and the risks of escalation with renowned scholar Jeffrey Sachs.

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What We Know So Far About Drone Attack On Iran

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Iranian anti-aircraft systems have shot down suspected drones near a military base in Isfahan.

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Israeli Raids Cause ‘worst Destruction In Decades’ In Tulkarem

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An Israeli raid on a refugee camp in the occupied West Bank has caused some of the “worst destruction in decades”.

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