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Drive to protect world’s wetlands gains momentum

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unep.org Protecting wetlands requires policymakers to appreciate their value to economies, cultures and the environment, say experts. Protecting wetlands requires policymakers to appreciate their value to economies, cultures and the environment, say experts. posted by friends:   (2) @UN_News_Centre: Conserving and restoring wetlands is key to achieving the #GlobalGoals through protecting biodiversity and countering the climate crisis. Here are the different #GenerationRestoration actions being taken #ForWetlands . #WorldWetlandsDay bit.ly/3DrnBDp 01.02.2023 13.05.10 @UNEP: Conserving and restoring wetlands is key to achieving the #GlobalGoals through protecting biodiversity and countering the climate crisis. Here are the different #GenerationRestoration actions being taken #ForWetlands . #WorldWetlandsDay bit.ly/3DrnBDp 01.02.2023 13.01.23 posted by friends of friends:   (0) source https://www.unep.org/news-and-stories/story/drive-protect-world

Shane's Five invariant principles for dealing with people.

Here are 5 Invariant Principles for dealing with others: — Shane Parrish (@ShaneAParrish) February 23, 2021

What is your calling?

Your job is what you are paid to do. Your calling is what you were made to do. — Jon Gordon (@JonGordon11) February 23, 2021

Data Science: Things you can do with Python

Things you can do with Python: - Web Apps: Django/Flask - Mobile Apps: Kivy - Machine Learning: Tensorflow/Pytorch - Desktop Apps: Tkinter - Blockchain: Web3 .py - Game Development: PyGame With all these information, I can say Python is a very Versatile language — Tomi Tokko (@TomiTokko3) February 17, 2021

Education: While everyone learns slightly differently

While everyone learns slightly differently, there are some similarities in the way our brains take in new information. Sketchnote via @tnvora thoughts by @BelleBCooper pic.twitter.com/qWfKB03neL — MindShift (@MindShiftKQED) February 14, 2021

Leadership Studies: Who is in charge?

We are only in charge when we are willing to let others take charge. — Simon Sinek (@simonsinek) February 3, 2021