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Young woman, wearing a orange jacket, is reading a book on an ebook reader during sunset over Himalayas. She is sitting on the top of a mountain and holding the e-reader.The afternoon sun on the background. Mount Everest National Park. This is the highest national park in the world, with the entire park located above 3,000 m ( 9,700 ft). This park includes three peaks higher than 8,000 m, including Mt Everest. Therefore, most of the park area is very rugged and steep, with its terrain cut by deep rivers and glaciers. Unlike other parks in the plain areas, this park can be divided into four climate zones because of the rising altitude. The climatic zones include a forested lower zone, a zone of alpine scrub, the upper alpine zone which includes upper limit of vegetation growth, and the Arctic zone where no plants can grow.

TRUTHS and consequences dominate the books we are likely to read in the year ahead. We escaped the food chain, but now we have to defend the living world we once fought against. We have left the planet only to discover all the unexpected ties that bind us to it. Some of us now lead easy lives – for which we reap surprising and unhappy consequences. What can the science that drove our success do to ensure our survival?

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We are still a very long way off from understanding how the world works. We still have no clear idea…

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