Clean water for great blue heron and all wildlife is in serious jeopardy across the country. From attacks in Congress on the wildlife-friendly Clean Water Rule, to recent decisions by state leaders allowing the release of toxic wastewater into rivers...
A new Obama Administration plan would close much of Western ColoradoâEUR(TM)s Roan Plateau to new oil and gas development âEUR" protecting this iconic wild place from new fracking that would destroy 29,000 acres
Craig Leeson and world-class free diver Tanya Streeter explore the fragile state of our oceans alongside an international team of scientists and researchers. They traverse to 20 locations around the world, including the five major ocean gyres
The government says no need for more basic research.
Climate science becomes secondary to business; business comes first
The interests of the corporate sector, of the mining and resource extraction industry, are primary in Australia.
Several pipeline projects have proposed routes that would traverse and destroy indigenous tribe lands of northern British Columbia. This issue is not only a call to defend human rights but also to protect the delicate environment of North America.
A new Obama Administration plan would close much of Western Colorado's Roan Plateau to new oil and gas development - protecting this iconic wild place from new fracking that would destroy 29,000 acres of its last wildlands, jeopardize countless wildlife,
Shipments of illegal timber, hazardous waste, ivory and other items seized globally have spiralled, and environmental crime has moved up the policy agenda. But successful prosecutions are few and the trade continues unabated.
The Sanctuary Asia Aircel Save Our Tigers programme for school students, Kids For Tigers Tezpur season 2015-16, culminated with a grand 'Tiger Fest' organized by Green Guard Nature Organization at the Tezpur Collegiate High School, Assam, India.
Water running through these deep fills more easily picks up heavy metals and toxins leftover from the mining process. Previous research has shown rivers and streams in closer vicinity to mountaintop mines host higher concentrations of minerals.
U.S. Forest Service is calling for 15 more years of business as usual for old-growth logging. The new plan to log ancient trees in the Tongass will destroy irreplaceable habitat for bears, salmon and wolves. Help protect this temperate rainforest
The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) is currently planning a major overhaul of about 11 kilometres of the Scarborough waterfront, from BlufferâEUR(TM)s Park in the west to East Point Park, near the mouth of Highland Creek.