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Alan Wilson, Director of James Ritchie & Son clockmakers, founded in 1809, adjusts a clock face at the Cannongate Tobooth to British Summer Time in Edinburgh

Alan Wilson, Director of James Ritchie & Son clockmakers, founded in 1809, adjusts a clock face at the Cannongate Tobooth to British Summer Time on March 21, 2012 in Edinburgh, Scotland. The Tolbooth, built in 1591, was where tolls and public dues were collected. The clock face dates back to 1820 and replaced an earlier clock from the 17th Century. Clocks will be put forward by one hour on Sunday March 25, 2012 at 1.00am and British Summer Time (BST) will officially start. (Photo by Jeff J. Mitchell/Getty Images)
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24 Mar 2012 09:25:00


Archie McQuater, 82-year-old clockmaker at Craiglea clocks, adjusts a clock face to British Summer Time (BST) on March 25, 2011 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Clocks will be put forward by one hour at 1:00 AM GMT on Sunday March 27, 2011 officially the start of British Summer Time. British Summer Time will end this year on October 30. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
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26 Mar 2011 12:06:00


British artist, Mark Coreth sits on top of the “Sydney Ice Bear” carved from a 10 tonne block of ice to illustrate how humans affect climate change in the Arctic at Customs House on June 3, 2011 in Sydney, Australia. The public will be welcomed to touch the bear, and leave an imprint which will begin the melting process and act as a metaphor for how humans affect the environment. The ice bear's has visited six cities on it's global tour since 2009; the visit to Sydney coincides with World Environment Day on June 5. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)
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03 Jun 2011 08:21:00
Workers carry sacks of coffee beans at a warehouse at the Nogales farm in Jinotega, Nicaragua January 7, 2016. (Photo by Oswaldo Rivas/Reuters)

Workers carry sacks of coffee beans at a warehouse at the Nogales farm in Jinotega, Nicaragua January 7, 2016. Soaring temperatures in Central America due to climate change are forcing farmers to pull up coffee trees and replace them with cocoa, spurring a revival in the cultivation of a crop once so essential to the region's economy. (Photo by Oswaldo Rivas/Reuters)
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20 Jan 2016 08:00:00
The Bolenberg chapel sits on a rise overlooking vineyards where leaves change colors to mark a change in the season in Orschwihr in the Alsace region of France, October 12, 2015. (Photo by Jacky Naegelen/Reuters)

The Bolenberg chapel sits on a rise overlooking vineyards where leaves change colors to mark a change in the season in Orschwihr in the Alsace region of France, October 12, 2015. (Photo by Jacky Naegelen/Reuters)
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14 Oct 2015 08:05:00
Taiwanese-US artist Chin Chih Yang poses for a photograph with 30,000 aluminum cans after his performance called “Kill Me or Change” in Taipei, Taiwan, 23 April 2016. “Kill Me or Change!” is a performance piece that aims to raise awareness of the benefits of recycling and, encourage people to recycle to conserve resources. (Photo by Ritchie B. Tongo/EPA)

Taiwanese-US artist Chin Chih Yang poses for a photograph with 30,000 aluminum cans after his performance called “Kill Me or Change” in Taipei, Taiwan, 23 April 2016. “Kill Me or Change!” is a performance piece that aims to raise awareness of the benefits of recycling and, encourage people to recycle to conserve resources. (Photo by Ritchie B. Tongo/EPA)
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24 Apr 2016 09:53:00
People protest for greater action against climate change during the People's Climate March on September 21, 2014 in New York City. The march, which calls for drastic political and economic changes to slow global warming, has been organized by a coalition of unions, activists, politicians and scientists. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

People protest for greater action against climate change during the People's Climate March on September 21, 2014 in New York City. The march, which calls for drastic political and economic changes to slow global warming, has been organized by a coalition of unions, activists, politicians and scientists. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
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22 Sep 2014 11:02:00
Dancer Megan changes costume as she performs in the review “Feerie” at the Moulin Rouge in Paris, France, July 3, 2018. Each show requires 1,000 outfits, all crafted in the workshops that have been supplying the Moulin Rouge for decades. Each dancer has to make between 10 and 15 costume changes per show, with about 90 seconds to complete each one before they have to be back out on stage. (Photo by Philippe Wojazer/Reuters)

Dancer Megan changes costume as she performs in the review “Feerie” at the Moulin Rouge in Paris, France, July 3, 2018. Each show requires 1,000 outfits, all crafted in the workshops that have been supplying the Moulin Rouge for decades. Each dancer has to make between 10 and 15 costume changes per show, with about 90 seconds to complete each one before they have to be back out on stage. (Photo by Philippe Wojazer/Reuters)
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05 Oct 2019 00:03:00