Land development in South America threatens several unique species, among them an animal often described as a fox on stilts. The maned wolf is a unique canine, three feet tall at the shoulder, known for its shy nature and omnivorous diet. .WE MUST SAVE ..
Do not allow black-backed woodpeckers to become extinct in the name of capitalism. The Fish and Wildlife Service should honor its commitment to the animals it is supposed to protect, not give in to the logging industry and their lobbyists who value profit
arbage patches are what scientists have named the gigantic patches of garbage floating in our oceans. The patches are made through our ocean's currents, corralling plastic debris, timbers, beams, and other trash into a buffet of plastic debris.IT'S SAD!!
The construction of Brazil's biggest hydroelectric dam in Belo Monte, in the Xingu river basin, will cause major upheaval for the Juruna tribe. For three decades the indigenous people have fought developers over the Amazonian project but to no avail.
The ban makes New York, which holds large natural gas reserves in the Marcellus Shale, the largest and most significant region to bow out of the nation's energy boom because of concerns that its benefits may be outweighed by the risk.
Streamlined permitting means faster turn-around times for the industryâEUR(TM)s application process to drill on public lands, bringing with it all of the air, groundwater and climate change issues that encompass the shale production process.
As with many global problems, international cooperation is a necessary first step to alleviate fears of isolation, feelings of injustice, or an air of resignation. This is not just safety in numbers. At its best, it is mutual affection in action.
EXCELLENT PHOTOS IN THIS VIDEO! This is a message I received, from a credible source. This message is (allegedly) from a USAF pilot, who flies Aerosol Tankers, as part of the secret Indigo Skyfold (geoengineered aerosol "chemtrail") program.
Arctic ground squirrels could play a greater role in climate change than was previously thought.
Scientists have found that the animals are hastening the release of greenhouse gases from the permafrost - a vast, frozen store of carbon.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has declared a ban on fracking, citing health risks. "I cannot support high volume hydraulic fracturing in the great state of New York," announced Howard Zucker, New York's acting health commissioner, on Wednesday, The New York