They were so preoccupied with whether they could, they didn't stop to think if they should.
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The proposal is meant to help New Zealand cut carbon emissions.
“Water is now a valuable asset for us, and as it becomes more scarce, the more we will fight to make sure we have enough,” a cartel operative told VICE World News.
A third of Pakistan is underwater from floods brought on by record rainfall and melting glaciers.
The relics emerged as the river dips to the lowest level in 150 years amid an unprecedented heatwave.
“Even though we knew that this day would come eventually, it was still very hard for us staff members to say goodbye,” the zoo director said.
Too hot to trot.