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3 years ago
World's Largest Meat Company Withdraws Greenpeace Lawsuit

Green Lifestyle  (tags: environment, eco-friendly, protection, Brazil )
Cher - 8 minutes ago -
The world's largest meat company says it has withdrawn a lawsuit against environmental activist group Greenpeace and renewed a promise not to purchase cattle from restricted areas in Brazil.
3 years ago
Norway to Deliver "First Aid" to Climate

Green Lifestyle  (tags: environment, conservation, eco-friendly, protection )
Cher - 2 hours ago -
Norway's government has announced that it's stepping up its efforts to fight global warming. In recent years, the country has led developed nations by investing billions of dollars to slow tropical deforestation.
3 years ago
BC Bans Drilling From Sacred Headwaters

Green Lifestyle  (tags: environment, eco-friendly, conservation, protection )
Cher - 2 hours ago -
After a lengthy campaign spanning 8 long and tiring years, the Tahltan First Nation and their fellow environmental advocacy groups can finally rest in peace. On December18th, the government of British Columbia announced that gas drilling is officially
3 years ago

That's wonderful news, thank you.

3 years ago

Great News Nyack and Cher Tnx 28/12

3 years ago
Tigers Resurgent in Thailand, India, and Russia As Poachers Surrender Legal Loopholes

Offbeat  (tags: animals, environment, protection, wildlife, loopholes, poaching )
Cher - 24 minutes ago -
conservationist government programs aimed at undermining poachers and eliminating legal loopholes for their allies has resulted in a population boom in Russia, Thailand, and India.
3 years ago

Thanks for this Nyack.  So nice to have good news for a change.

3 years ago
Good News for Kabang, the Hero Dog Without a Snout

Offbeat  (tags: animals, dogs, environment, pets, protection )
Cher - 2 hours ago -
She can add cancer to the list of adversities she's survived. She's a step closer to surgery at UC Davis
3 years ago
The Top 7 Good-News Cat Stories of 2012

Offbeat  (tags: animals, cats, environment, protection, pets )
Cher - 2 hours ago -
I love happy endings, so here's a roundup of my favorite feel-good stories of the year that involve cats.
3 years ago

I love this dog. Thank you for the good news.

3 years ago

The cat stories are wonderful.

3 years ago

Noted All and Observed the Good News current Nyack and Everyone Involved with this Thread 31/12

3 years ago
Thank Mexico City Lawmakers for Establishing Anti- Animal Cruelty Laws ! PLEASE SIGN ! !

Animals  (tags: animals, AnimalWelfare, environment, protection, pets, suffering )
Cher - 5 hours ago -
Animal cruelty is a major problem in Mexico City. In the past few years, police have documented cases where animals were kicked, thrown, shot, dragged behind cars, and set on fire. In the United States, perpetrators of these crimes would be given a jail
3 years ago
Hunt on to Find Prey for British Wolves : UNITED KINGDOM ( GOOD NEWS! )

Animals  (tags: wolves, re-introduction, animals, environment, GoodNews, protection, conservation, wildlife )
Roxy - 3 hours ago -
Research in diet of wild wolves with regards to possible re-introduction of wolves to the Scottish Highlands.... University researchers have been busy finding out which meat tempts wild wolves.
Threads 1, 2, 3 checked, Noted, and Signed complete 10/1
3 years ago

Hi Nyack, Cher, and Roxy Threads 1, 2, and 3 are checked, noted and complete 10/1 ... Those 3 Little Babies are so cute Roxy

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3 years ago

EU Fisheries Reform: A Historic Vote for the Planet’s Future

** Citizens send over 180 000 direct messages calling on MEPs to end overfishing and save stocks **

The global campaigning organisation Avaaz called today’s European Parliament (EP) vote on EU fishing policy a “historic victory for the planet’s future”. The EP voted to reform the common fisheries policy to help save Europe’s endangered fish stocks, 68% of which are estimated to be overfished.

This vote follows enormous public pressure with over 180 000 citizens sending messages to MEPs via the Avaaz website in the last 36 hours, calling on them to vote to reform the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) - combined with the efforts of other campaign groups such as Greenpeace, Pew Environment Group and Ocean 2012.

Alex Wilks, Campaign Director for Avaaz:
"Finally, after 40 years of hoovering up all the fish they could, from Africa to the Pacific, MEPs have finally taken a stand to save our seas. This is a huge victory for the citizens of Europe who urged MEPs to stand up to the fishing lobbies and call a halt to the overfishing madness.”

This is the first time the EP has co-decision powers over fisheries policy. A group of MEPs backed by powerful national fishing interests -- led by France and Spain -- tried to rally a coalition against the reform of Europe’s fisheries. But rather than caving in, many MEPs chose to support the historic proposal made by the European Fisheries Committee to end overfishing.

The MEPs voted 502 to 137 in favour of the reform. The European Parliament will now start negotiations with the Council and the Commission on the reform plans. The proposal could become law by next year, pending further discussions with the EU Member States governments.


For further information and interviews, please contact Aldine Furio: +33 686 929 330,

The online campaign can be seen here:

Pt. 2 - EU Votes to work toward ending overfishing
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The online campaign can be seen here: is a 18-million-person global campaign network that works to ensure that the views and values of the world's people shape global decision-making. "Avaaz" means "voice" or "song" in many languages. Avaaz members live in every nation of the world - our team is spread across 19 countries on 5 continents and operates in 16 languages.

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