I've been having an interesting discussion with The Hockey Schtick and with Ronan Connolly on the new Gobal Warming Solved site (Archived here). What's remarkable is the level of agreement. We agre...
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Whales Moving Into Thawed Arctic Ocean Microphones submerged in the waters of the Bering Strait recorded an increasing number of whale calls from 2009 to 2012, including some from whales that norma...
4 000 penguins threatened after diesel spill – South Africa
A fishing trawler that spilled 10 000 liters of diesel fuel after it collided with rocks near the Stony Point Penguin colony has placed the lives of 4 000 penguins in jeopardy.
Britain's wild cat; a preview length trailer for the wildlife / nature / current affairs documentary film Last of the Scottish Wildcats, investigating the imminent extinction of these beautiful cat...
Earlier this month in a remote northeastern corner of California, residents in Modoc County slaughtered at least 40 coyotes in an annual killing contest known as the Adin "Coyote Drive." In Crane, ...
Lots of opportunities to organize.
Idaho's "ag-gag" bill is quickly making its way through the legislature and is on Gov. Butch Otter's desk. If signed into law, the measure could stop vital undercover work that exposes routine, often violent, and illegal abuse of animals in the factory-farming industry. It would criminalize. . .
If you’re an aficionado of sea slugs, you’re probably used to weird and cringe-worthy sex acts. When two of these hermaphrodite animals penetrate each other at the same time like an R-rated yin-yan...
Unique? I couldn't ignore this bit about coitus cephalus.
Target: Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta
Goal: Continue to construct wildlife crossings to protect African wildlife
Wildlife underpasses have long been used to allow animals to safely cross roads. Now, underpasses in parts of Africa, such as the Mt.
And stop building roads.
"Action for Elephants UK is a group working to help stop the slaughter of elephants and ensure their survival as a species. In Africa and Asia elephants are being poached for their tusks in unprecedented numbers – between 35,000 and 50,000 every year – simply to satisfy consumer demand for ivory trinkets. If they’re not being poached, elephants all over the world are suffering horrific cruelty and abuse in captivity – there is nowhere safe any more for these remarkable giants. Humanity has destroyed them – now it’s up to humanity to save them."
Today NRDC is calling on EPA to re-examine the widespread use of glyphosate, commonly called Roundup, in light of its impacts on monarch butterflies. Glyphosate was last approved by EPA in 1993 before the adoption of genetically modified crops that...
Join radio host Boyd Matson every week for adventure, conservation and green science. This week they endure a 750-mile bike ride from Antarctica's coast to the South Pole, explore the sonic wonders of the world, explain the Yukon's modern-day gold rush, fly south for the winter with snowy owls, empower Bolivia's rural citizens to protect their corner of the world, kayak the length of the Colorado and Green Rivers, recover from unpleasant tropical parasites, advocate for tigers and humans when species clash in India, track Turkey's bears by cellphone.