WWF's Earth Hour shows us how each of us can be heroes for our planet, our home. Our actions today can change our tomorrow - together, let's #ChangeClimateChange. Join the movement at http://www.earthhour.org/ClimateAction/ today. 25 March 2017 - 20.30
the biggest impact you can have on earth is to go vegan or vegetarian.Going meat & dairy Free will change the world more profoundly than any other single thing aperson can do to save the planet.ie Kristen bell is trying to protect it in The Age Of Trump
One set of researchers announced that February was the planets fourth warmest month on record. While at the same time President Trumps appointees spent the week dismantling 40 yearsâEUR(TM) worth of environmental laws and regulations.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Taos New Mexico Field Office and the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) is seeking input for the preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the proposed Verde Transmission Line Project, a 33-mile overhead
On Fri, Donald Trump's State Dept officially approved the Keystone XL pipeline.While Pres Obama okayed the southern portion of KXL,it was predicted Trump would green light its expansion.what is great news is the venture may not be profitable enough
Bears Ears National Monument is a valuable addition to our country's wonderful natural heritage. It, along with the other parks, forests, monuments and other public lands we love, deserves our protection
Today's the day! Earth Hour takes place at 8:30 p.m. local time. Every year, hundreds of millions of people around the world switch off their lights for one designated hour to demonstrate a commitment to fighting climate change
The worldâEUR(TM)s deepest lake is about to become a crater so that Mongolia can build a hydro dam to meet its short-term energy needs. But we can stop the funding the project is relying on and save Lake Baikal, the blue jewel of Siberia!
Local communities are devastated when their hills and valleys are trashed in order to supply immature saw-logs to Malaysian companies.The forests of Tasmania are being over-cut because of dodgy supply contracts.
Our Karoo is under threat âEUR" current applications for horizontal fracking, a water intensive and environmentally destructive extractive process, cover more than half the Karoo in South Africa, 230,000 sq km, an international recognized biodiversity