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From the beginning of HeadTalker, we have always placed the comments and happiness of our community first and we believe with this acquisition, we’ll continue to build out our vision for social media virality for brand campaigns as well as improving the opportunities to our user base.

Newswire and HeadTalker are committed to create new and better ways to take a social media message viral.

For now, HeadTalker with continue to function as it does today. Your Headtalker account and campaigns will continue as normal and we’ll be providing more details on upcoming plans for Headtalker in the coming weeks.

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Stand Up For The Environment.

By Adam Smith

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Ended 05/24/2016

"Greenhouse emissions will destroy our environment permanently if actions are not taken at earliest. https://hdtk.co/OQdpr"

— Adam Smith and
27
other supporters

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Impacts of greenhouse gas emissions The release of GHGs and their increasing concentration in the atmosphere are already having an impact on the environment, human health and the economy. These impacts are expected to become more severe, unless concerted efforts to reduce emissions are undertaken. Environmental impacts Overall average annual temperatures are expected to increase. Snow, sea ice and glacier coverage will decrease due to higher temperatures, resulting in rising sea levels and increased coastal flooding. Rising temperatures will also thaw permafrost in the Arctic. Overall precipitation levels are expected to increase across most of the country and during all seasons, except for parts of southern Canada where there are indications of an expected decrease in summer and fall precipitation. The increase in precipitation is expected to be combined with more frequent heavy precipitation events, resulting in higher risks of flooding. Heat waves are likely to increase in frequency and severity, resulting in higher risks of forest fires. Many wildlife species will have difficulty adapting to a warmer climate and will likely be subject to greater stress from diseases and invasive species.Standing-up-for-the-environment

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Created on 2016-05-21 11:58:04