The Pope will will meet Pres. Rafael Correa and state owned oil company Petroamazonas are attempting to drill for oil in Yasuni National Park. Yasuni is home to last communities living in voluntary isolation and most biodiverse areas of the planet.
In the jungles of the Carpathians are still living bears and wolves. But reckless companies let there Roden whole mountainsides. Also, the company Schweighofer to process logs of dubious origin. Parts of the wood sold to Germany.
Now is the time to say no to risky oil drilling in America's Arctic Ocean. The Arctic Ocean is one of the worst places to drill for oil. It risks a pristine region with irreplaceable wildlife like walruses, polar bears, and bowhead whales.....
Never before has a single species become the top predator on land and sea, and human dominance over the natural environment has caused shifts in world ecosystems unprecedented in the last 500 million years, researchers said on Tuesday.
With nowhere else to put it, the fracking industry was sending their toxic, and sometimes radioactive wastewater to our local water treatment plants. These facilities are not designed to remove fracking chemicals, and the EPA knows it
Although OR and Nor CA Housemembers introduced a bill to protect these wild rivers from British mining, it will take huge support from US Senate and House to protect the rivers of the Kalmiopsis. Videos and petition link
Most people donâEUR(TM)t like bees, but the truth is theyâEUR(TM)re really damn important since up to 40 percent of food production requires pollination. Head over to Oslo, Norway, where a bee highway is being created to ensure safe passage...
The United States must take aggressive "climate action" to avoid tens of thousands of deaths annually and prevent economic damages of up to $5 trillion, according to the Obama administration's latest--and most alarming--assessment on the ills of global
As with with in many places in the West this year, a warm winter with a meager snowpack has led to a drought for Washington's Yakima River Basin, which will be painful for fish, farms, and the local economy. To fight the problem - instead of fighting one
As expected, the 2015 wildfire season has meant more bad news for drought-stricken Western states. As of June 30, 45 wildfires large active wildfires burned from Alaska down to Arizona and as far west as Colorado.
Our new report, "Spinning food," investigates how Big Food and agrochemical corporations are deliberately misleading the public -- and reporters -- on facts about industrial agriculture and organic and sustainable food production.