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TAKE ACTION NOW! Continue to Oppose Oil Production in Ecuador's Yasuni Rainforests
Environment  (tags: deforestation, oil production, AMazon, uncontacted tribes, indigenous rights, destruction, ecosystems, environment, healthconditions, protection, pollution, world, wildlife, water, trees, conservation, green, government, politics, humans, nature )

Cal
- 32 days ago - forests.org
Ecuador's mega-diverse Yasuni National Park is again threatened by oil industry road construction as state oil company Petroamazonas has in secret constructed a road into the world-famous Amazon rainforest - violating environmental laws and threatening un
Ancient Egyptian Statue Moves On Its Own, Curators At Manchester Museum Say
Offbeat  (tags: weird news, ancient egyptian statue, moves on its own, manchester museum, manchester england, staff, curators, video )

BarbCat
- 430 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
Don't go running to mummy just yet: the spooky movements of this Egyptian statue probably have a logical explanation, even if museum curators are in de-Nile about it.
Frac Tracker Map
Health & Wellness  (tags: FracTracker Map, USA, environmental impact, fracking, pipelines, wells, water, land, regions )

Dandelion
- 282 days ago - fractracker.org
As the saying goes, "a picture is worth a thousand words" just click onto a State or below the States click onto the maps that show specifics. Such as the pipeline incident map or the maps that show where people have been harmed or water is ruined.
GOOD NEWS! Endangered Green Sea Turtles Make a Comeback in Florida
Animals  (tags: GoodNews, goodnews, endangered, sea turtles, animalwelfare, animals )

Cal
- 268 days ago - dailynightly.nbcnews.com
Back in 1979, only 62 green turtle nests remained in Florida. Due to extensive conservation and protection efforts, they have made a dramatic. Officials estimate that the state now has 35,000 green turtle nests.
Out of India's Trash Heaps, A Controversy on Incineration
Environment  (tags: world, protection, healthconditions, environment, destruction, politics, humans, green, ecosystems, trees, Sustainabililty )

Cal
- 268 days ago - e360.yale.edu
Critics are worried about lax air pollution controls and the impact of incineration on people who eke out a living picking through waste dumps.
TAKE ACTION NOW! Stand Up for First Nations Children
Society & Culture  (tags: first nations children, schooling, education, native rights, indigenous peoples rights, crime, culture, government, freedoms, safety, politics, news, society, world )

Cal
- 268 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
First Nations schools are chronically underfunded. As a result, they face serious health concerns such as high carbon dioxide levels, black mould contamination, rodent infestations, sewage fumes and unheated classrooms.
TAKE ACTION NOW! Stop The Objectifying of Women in Advertisment
Society & Culture  (tags: media, lies, women, society, politics, ethics, abuse, news, media, rights, freedoms, culture )

Cal
- 268 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
These corporations understand what kind of a message they are sending to the female gender especially to the younger women who are gullible to these kind of advertisements and take these women as role models
TAKE ACTION NOW! Save the Peruvian Amazon From Destruction
Environment  (tags: ecosystems, environment, conservation, AMAZON rainforest destruction, rainforest destruciton, destruction, habitatdestruction, habitat, world, energy, forests, protection, nature, politics, wildlife )

Cal
- 268 days ago - forcechange.com
Save the rainforests of the Peruvian Amazon, and the countless species they protect, from destruction at the hands of palm oil companies
When It Rains, It Poisons
Environment  (tags: pollution, climate-change, water, industrial runoff, water pollution, habitatdestruction, ecosystems, environment )

Cal
- 268 days ago - onearth.org
Climate change could bring more runoff and toxic algal blooms to Lake Erie.
TAKE ACTION NOW! Protect Alaska's Rarest Wolf From Large-Scale Industrial Logging
Environment  (tags: animals, wildlife, world, habitat, WOLVES, habitatdestruction, humans, protection, environment, destruction, ecosystems, endangered )

Cal
- 267 days ago - takeaction.takepart.com
The Alexander Archipelago wolf, a special subspecies of the gray wolf, dwells in the old-growth trees of Alaska's Tongass National Forest. A large timber sale has been proposed that will severely threaten one of the Alexander Archipelago wolf's most impor
 
 
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