Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Instagram and iReport just got a little closer


It's easier than ever to share your images with CNN, simply by tagging #cnnireport on Instagram.


We joined Instagram in 2011, and since then, thousands of you have shared incredible photos and videos using #cnnireport. Now, we’re able to automatically highlight some of the best directly on The images will appear under the IGiReports account, along with the Instagram user’s username and caption. And of course, the cream of the crop have a good chance at being featured on CNN.


What kind of content are we looking for? Whether you’ve got a newsworthy photo of a wildfire, a portrait of what life is like in an indigenous tribe or a stunning travel photo, we’d like to see it. Follow @cnnireport on Instagram to see what other types of photos and videos we showcase on our feed.


If you've like a chance of being featured, tag your photos #cnnireport on Instagram. Please keep an eye on your feed when you tag us, as we might comment with some questions for you!


This is just one of the many ways you can upload your stories to iReport. (You can read all of the ways here.) If you have suggestions on other ways you would like to be able to share your stories, please

July 6, 2014
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All new efforts of exchanging views, news and photographs for noble targets are welcomed. Thanks.

July 29, 2014
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It is great idea...

August 4, 2014
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guys why you post spam comments here?

August 17, 2014
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With all the turmoil concerning Mike Brown and the poor handling of the Ferguson Police Department. If you google the town of Ferguson, Missouri is this town a sundown town with the present of a all white police force?

September 10, 2014
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Though the latest of Instagram facility I've not possessed , I welcome your instagram uploading of iReport for CNN.Thanks for information on my profile page of CNN.  

May 14, 2015
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September 6, 2015
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this is only place i found to leave a comment for cnn after trying for an hour.

first-if the woman suspended from the airline did not tell them before being hired that there were certain things she would not serve-fire her.second-if the lady that wont give certain people marriage licenses,did not say it before being elected-jail her until she will.

September 6, 2015
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next-there is a coalilitiuon against isis,get together and wipe them out !!!

theres to much BS going on !! STOP IT ALL NOW !!!

November 6, 2015
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According to the EPA, 10% of greenhouse gases are Methane (CH4).  82% are CO2.  EPA states:   “Pound for pound, the comparative impact of CH4 on climate change is more than 25 times greater than CO2 over a 100-year period.”  So even if humans send 8 times more CO2 (82%) into the atmosphere than Methane (10%) the smaller amounts of Methane produce much global warming than CO2.


The EPA further says 26% of methane that increases global warming is from “Enteric Fermentation” ("…fermentation that takes place in the digestive systems of animals.  In particular, ruminant animals (cattle, buffalo, sheep, goats, and camels…"). 


My question is:  “If we are looking for immediate and long-term fixes to reduce and reverse manmade global warming then why isn’t there more government attention, environmental regulation and media focus on reducing the amount of methane produced from the largest source of “Enteric Fermentation” … the commercial raising of cattle, buffalo, sheep, goats and camels? 


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