We the undersigned ask WWF to reconsider their partnerships with krill oil producers Aker Biomarine and Blackmores. We think that WWF should not be associated with an industry that deprives Antarctic species of an essential food source.
Please sign this global petition to the President of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil to ensure a traceable supply chain for certified sustainable palm oil, to avoid the mixing of unsustainable palm fruit obtained from illegal deforestation.
Last week a fracking chemical fire and spill in Monroe County, OH killed 70,000 fish. But Halliburton took 5 days to disclose details about the chemicals it uses. The EPA must step in now and ensure these chemicals are no longer kept secret!
In a huge victory for Big Oil over environmental and animal rights concerns, the Obama administration has just approved guidelines for seismic energy exploration in the waters off the Eastern Seaboard. Oil companies may now seek permits to use compressed
Shell Oil wants to drill in the Arctic, putting this magnificent environment in extreme jeopardy. Unfortunately, Shell is being supported in its dirty business by LEGO, which includes Shell branded items in its children's toys.
New research outlines the path to a possible future for California in which renewable energy creates a healthier environment, generates jobs and stabilizes energy prices.
Date:July 24, 2014
Rainforests are the most diverse ecosystems, and Florida's rainforests are one of the most unique with their lush, tropical pine rocklands. The pine rocklands only exist in three areas on Earth: the Bahamas, Cuba, and South Florida.
Approval is being sought for genetically modified crops that will increase the usage of dicamba, HPPD and glufosinate - all weed-killing toxic chemicals. This article has quotes from Dow chemical company and stark sense by The Environmental Working Group.
The U.S. population of Snail Kites dropped precipitously from 3,000 in the late 1990s to approximately 700 today. Water management in the Everglades and in the central and south Florida lakes is the most important human-controlled factor affecting the sur
Climate change is melting ice at both ends of the planet--just ask the researchers who published two papers in May saying that a major expanses of antarctic ice are now undergoing a "continuous and rapid retreat" and may have "passed the point of no retur