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Newfoundland, Canada: "Puffin Patrol" Is Saving 100's Of Birds From Death By Light Pollution
World  (tags: Newfoundland, Canada, Puffin Patrol, Volunteers, Wildlife Professionals, Puffins, Petrals, Death, Light Pollution, Birds Saved, Animals, GoodNews, HumanRights, humans, interesting, media, news, society, world )

Fiona
- 47 days ago - ladyfreethinker.org
A group of dedicated wildlife professionals and volunteers is taking action in Newfoundland to rescue 100's of puffins and petrels. The young birds are getting disoriented and stranded in large numbers because of light pollution
Illinois USA: Bans The Sale Of Ivory And Rhino Horn
World  (tags: illinois, state, bans sale of ivory and rhino horn, USA, africa, conflict, death, GoodNews, humans, interesting, media, news, usa, world )

Fiona
- 62 days ago - onegreenplanet.org
This new ban on ivory and rhino horn should go over well with residents, as a 2016 survey showed that 71 percent of Illinois voters support a state ban on the materials. Goods news....Please note, comment and forward.
Earth (Immediate Music ~ Believe)   video
World  (tags: interesting, world, animals )

MmAway
- 69 days ago - youtu.be
Stunned if I can post this for you guys! Just beautiful
An Open Letter to Those Who Still Give a Damn
World  (tags: conflict, ethics, government, HumanRights, interesting, politics, society, world )

Kathy
- 89 days ago - globalpossibilities.org
It's exhausting to give a damn isnâEUR(TM)t it? To be a person of compassion in a time when compassion is in such great demand? To wake up every day in days like these, and push back against predatory politicians and toxic systems and human rights atrocities
UNESCO Adds 20 New Sites to Its World Heritage List
World  (tags: GoodNews, interesting, UnitedNations, culture, history, nature, environment )

Anne
- 103 days ago - afar.com
The 42nd World Heritage Committee session took place in Manama, Bahrain, from June 24 through July 4, 2018. Representatives from 21 countries debated which sites would be added to UNESCO's catalog this year. Here is a look at some of the new sites.
Australia: Anti-Adoni Protesters Target Construction Firm
World  (tags: Australia, Anti Adoni, Protesters, Queensland, Coal Mine, Construction, Extraction, Air Port, conflict, HumanRights, interesting, news, world )

Fiona
- 130 days ago - earthfirstjournal.org
Anti-Adani activists say they have launched an escalating disruption campaign against Queensland construction company Wagners, which is being targeted over a $30m contract to build an airstrip for the Carmichael coalmine.
British Columbia, Canada: See How A Rescued Orca Thanks Rescuers
World  (tags: British Columiba, Canada, Orca. Orca Rescue, Video, Salt Spring Island, animal rights, whale, whale rescue, commercial fishing line, conflict, humans, interesting, news, society, world )

Fiona
- 137 days ago - bellinghamherald.com
A Canadian rescue team on Thursday freed a massive transient orca that had become entangled in some commercial fishing gear off the coast of Salt Spring Island, B.C. Watch the rescue and the Orca's thank you on video on site.
UK: Cuadrilla Secures New Injunction Against Fracking Protesters
World  (tags: UK, Fracking, Cuadrilla, Lancashire, Injunction, conflict, corruption, HumanRights, interesting, europe, media, news, world )

Fiona
- 138 days ago - earthfirstjournal.org
An energy firm has secured an expanded injunction against protesters after it took a big step towards starting fracking more substantial fracking. Cuadrilla obtained an injunction against opposition to its drilling of a site in Lancashire.
Spain: Rare Iberian Lynx Spotted Near Barcelona
World  (tags: Spain, Iberian Lynx, Spotted, Barcelona, Portugal, europe, GoodNews, humans, interesting, news, world )

Fiona
- 138 days ago - earthfirstjournal.org
A rare Iberian lynx named Lithium has appeared in Barcelona after journeying more than 1,100 kilometres (680 miles) from southern Portugal, where it was released two years ago. More about this lynx on site. Please note, comment, and forward.
Africa: Mountain Gorilla Population Rises To Above 1,000
World  (tags: Africa, Mountain Gorilla, Population Rises, 1000 plus, endangered, rare, Congo, GoodNews, interesting, news, world )

Fiona
- 141 days ago - earthfirstjournal.org
It is one of the most recognisable animals in the world and one of the most endangered, but a new census reveals the surviving mountain gorilla population has now risen above 1,000. More information on this really good news on site.
Honduras: Villagers Take Legal Action To Keep Gold Mine Firm From Digging Up Graves
World  (tags: Honduras, Gold Mining Firm, Digs Up Graves, Villagers Sue, conflict, corruption, HumanRights, humans, interesting, news, world )

Fiona
- 143 days ago - earthfirstjournal.org
Nothing is sacred in the path of gold miners in northwestern Honduras âEUR" not even the dead. A transnational mining company, Aura Minerals, has been digging up graves in a 200-year-old cemetery.
British Columbia, Canada: Indigenous Activists Keep An Eye On Oil Leak At Kinder Morgan Pump Station
World  (tags: British Columbia, Canada, Indigeous Activists, Kinder Morgan, Pump Station Oil Leak, conflict, corruption, crime, death, HumanRights, humans, interesting, news, society, world )

Fiona
- 143 days ago - warriorpublications.wordpress.com
Indigenous activists are keeping a close eye on an oil spill near Barriere, B.C., days before Kinder MorganâEUR(TM)s so-called deadline on its $7.4-billion Trans Mountain expansion project. Please note, comment, and forward.
South Africa: Hunter Killed By Buffalo Right After Killing A Buffalo
World  (tags: South Africa, Hunter killed, Buffalo, Kills Buffalo, Accident, conflict, humans, interesting, africa, world )

Fiona
- 146 days ago - earthfirstjournal.org
A buffalo killed Professional Hunter (PH) Claude Kleynhans (54) in what is believed to have been a freak accident on the banks of the Levubu River. Kleynhans was the owner of Guwela Hunting Safaris. It is believed the buffalo hit a femoral artery.
Ireland Votes to Legalizes Abortion
World  (tags: Ireland, Votes, Legalize, Abortion, United Nations, conflict, europe, freedoms, HumanRights, interesting, middle-east, news, world )

Fiona
- 146 days ago - rt.com
In a historic landslide victory, Ireland has voted to effectively legalize abortion, removing a clause in the constitution that had been described by the UN as a violation of womenâEUR(TM)s human rights.
 

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