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Experts Gather in Vancouver to Brainstorm on Southern Resident Whale Recovery
Science & Tech  (tags: whales, wildanimals, protection, endangered, extinction, conservation, animalrights, AnimalWelfare, sadness, humans, killed, suffering, study )

Lindi
- 11 days ago - cbc.ca
With only 77 Orca Whales remaining, scientists, Indigenous groups, industry and government look for answers...
How Dams Deprive the World's Rivers of Sediment
Science & Tech  (tags: Biodiversity, Sea level rise, Rivers, Wetlands, Conservation )

Judy
- 94 days ago - thewire.in
Vast amounts of river-borne sediment are trapped behind the world's large dams, depriving areas downstream of material that is badly needed to build up the marshes and wetlands that act as a buffer against rising seas
Boyan Slat's High School Project Raises Millions to Clean Up World's Oceans!
Science & Tech  (tags: Boyan Slat, 2016, Theory, Oceans, Plastic, Clean, science, NewTechnology, discovery, news, habitat, health, history, AnimalWelfare, animalrights, conservation, ethics, protection, goodnews )

Mari
- 624 days ago - smh.com.au
CAN THIS DEVICE SAVE OUR OCEANS? What began as a Dutch teen's high school project could make history, with Boyan Slat's low-cost, innovative Ocean Cleanup project aiming to clear the ocean of millions of tons of plastic.
Protect the California Desert
Science & Tech  (tags: ecosystems, conservation, humans, habitat, protection, wildanimals, ethics, scientists, climate )

Julie
- 691 days ago - sierra.force.com
Protect the California desert.
Healthy, Clean, Safe, Fair & Affordable Water for Everyone!
Science & Tech  (tags: ethics, society, humans, water, conservation, protection, weather, oceans, ecosystems, technology )

Julie
- 693 days ago - sierra.force.com
Healthy, clean, safe, fair & affordable water for everyone!
Scientists Are Breeding Super Corals
Science & Tech  (tags: endangered, climate-change, globalwarming, habitat, protection, conservation, ecosystems )

Mitchell
- 708 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
Scientists are working to help the process of evolution save coral reefs!
Tree Hugging Now Scientifically Validated! :)
Science & Tech  (tags: Trees, habitat, science, research, study, Rainforest, discovery, environment, humans, health, conservation )

Mari
- 743 days ago - themindunleashed.org
Plant! Plant! Plant Away!!! :) It has been recently scientifically validated that hugging trees is good for you. Research has shown that you donâEUR(TM)t even have to touch a tree to get better, you just need to be within its vicinity has a beneficial effect.
Save Whales and Dolphins From Cruel Captivity
Science & Tech  (tags: endangered, whales, ethics, protection, animalwelfare, conservation, ecosystems, globalwarming, humans, water, scientists )

Julie
- 774 days ago - animalpetitions.org
Save whales and dolphins from cruel captivity!
Save Our Monkeys in Mauritius
Science & Tech  (tags: abuse, abused, AnimalWelfare, animalcruelty, animalrights, animalwelfare, animals, crime, conservation, death, cruelty, endangered, environment, extinction, habitat, investigation, killed, killing, law, protection, rescued, sadness, slaughter, suffering )

ELIZABETH
- 795 days ago - crueltyfreeinternational.org
Our Save Our Monkeys campaign is raising awareness and support for the monkeys of Mauritius. WeâEUR(TM)re asking the people of Mauritius and beyond to join us in ending the cruel trade and export of monkeys for experiments.
SCIENTISTS AGAINST GMOS
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, conservation, destruction, ecosystems, environment, forests, habitat, government, GoodNews, oceans, politics, pollution, healthconditions, humans, healthconditions, habitatdestruction, science, research, Sustainabililty, world, wildlife, nat )

Leopold
- 797 days ago - organiclifestylemagazine.com
Biotechnology has long tried to paint the critics of genetic engineering as anti-science. A great effort has been made to convince the public that the majority of worldâEUR(TM)s scientists support genetic engineering. In reality, GMOs are heavily criticized in
Meet the Plane That's Making Its Way Around the World Without Using a Single Drop of Fuel.
Science & Tech  (tags: climate-change, CO2emissions, conservation, environment, globalwarming, humans, nature, Sustainabililty, world, green, NewTechnology, technology, tech, world )

Rituraj
- 840 days ago - upworthy.com
Imagine being able to fly from New York to London without using a single drop of fuel. It may sound far-fetched, but that's exactly what a group of engineers and pilots are hoping to make a reality and soon. How? Solar energy. Meet the Solar Impulse 2.
Stop Illegal and Unsustainable Overfishing
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, conservation, destruction, ecosystems, endangered, environment, habitatdestruction, healthconditions, healthconditions, nature, oceans, politics, pollution, protection, Sustainabililty, wildlife, world, abuse, crime, dishonesty, ethics, health, l )

Marco
- 874 days ago - animalpetitions.org
Chinese companies are fishing illegally in West African waters, according to a study recently released by Greenpeace. According to the report, the number of Chinese fishing boats in African waters has risen dramatically in past decades, with nearly ...
Tell the U.S. Forest Service: Stop NestléâEUR(TM)s Illegal Water Extraction PETITION!!
Science & Tech  (tags: water, protection, nature, humans, government, healthconditions, environment, ecosystems, conservation, society, safety, sadness, rights, law, interesting, ethics, environment, dishonesty, culture, crime, business, corporate, dishonesty, finance, lies )

Robert
- 917 days ago - act.credoaction.com
This is unbelievable. An investigation by the Desert Sun newspaper has revealed that the Nestlé corporation has been illegally pumping water out of a Southern California national forest for its bottled water with a permit that expired 27 years ago.
'Shark Lady' Eugenie Clark, Famed Marine Biologist, Has Died
Science & Tech  (tags: Eugenie Clark, Marine Biologist, death, conservation, shark behaviour, animals, environment, health, humans, interesting, science, study, world )

Lone
- 950 days ago - news.nationalgeographic.com
'Shark Lady' Eugenie Clark, Famed Marine Biologist, Has Died
 

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