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It’s gettin’ hot in here | ‘Climate change: how a warming world is a threat to our food supplies’ (Infographic)
Source: The Guardian
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'Millions face starvation as world warms, say scientists' (The Guardian)
'Climate change and rising food prices heightened Arab Spring' (Scientific American)
‘World Bank chief says global warming threatens the planet and the poorest’ (Washington Post)

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It’s gettin’ hot in here | ‘Climate change: how a warming world is a threat to our food supplies’ (Infographic)

Source: The Guardian

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Cenote Ik Kil (cenote means “natural well” in Spanish) is a large sinkhole on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula that’s sacred to the Mayans. The peninsula’s unique composition of porous limestone has resulted in several of these water-filled sinkholes, but Cenote Ik Kil is one of its most famous. The hole is 90 feet deep, adorned in tropical vegetation and filled with clear blue water that Mayan royalty used for both relaxation and ritual sacrifices. Red Bull once held its Cliff Diving World Series at the sinkhole — divers leapt from the cenote’s surface and reached speeds of 40 mph before entering the water.13 amazing sinkholes

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Cenote Ik Kil (cenote means “natural well” in Spanish) is a large sinkhole on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula that’s sacred to the Mayans. The peninsula’s unique composition of porous limestone has resulted in several of these water-filled sinkholes, but Cenote Ik Kil is one of its most famous.
 
The hole is 90 feet deep, adorned in tropical vegetation and filled with clear blue water that Mayan royalty used for both relaxation and ritual sacrifices. Red Bull once held its Cliff Diving World Series at the sinkhole — divers leapt from the cenote’s surface and reached speeds of 40 mph before entering the water.
13 amazing sinkholes

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Environmental Specialization Program
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The Environmental Specialization Program provides recognition for the environmental interests, dedication, and accomplishments of UCF undergraduate and graduate students by offering a green cord for their graduation ceremony in addition to a certificate from UCF.  Upon completion, students are able to include the certification on résumés as well as exhibit a comprehensive portfolio.
Visit ut.ucf.edu/esp/3891 for more info!!!

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Environmental Specialization Program by on •

The Environmental Specialization Program provides recognition for the environmental interests, dedication, and accomplishments of UCF undergraduate and graduate students by offering a green cord for their graduation ceremony in addition to a certificate from UCF.  Upon completion, students are able to include the certification on résumés as well as exhibit a comprehensive portfolio.

Visit ut.ucf.edu/esp/3891 for more info!!!

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