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Death of a Giant: Pioneer Cabin Sequoia

The Pioneer Cabin Sequoia was not killed by recent storms. This magnificent  tree that had been growing for more than 1,000 years was put to a slow, drawn…

Emotional Wildlife Photography

JAYMI HEIMBUCH October 12, 2016, 6:20 a.m. Photographing storks that have changed their migrations to stay at dumps inspired Joest to start a #challengetochange campaign. (Photo:Jasper Doest) To…

Fukushima Nuclear Disaster: Worse that we thought?

Submitted by Whitney Webb via TrueActivist.com What was the most dangerous nuclear disaster in world history? Most people would say the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in Ukraine, but they’d…

The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust: A Haven for Elephants and Rhinos

Orphaned elephants “can be fine one day and dead the next,” says Daphne Sheldrick, a Kenyan conservationist and expert in animal husbandry. She knows. To date, she has…

The world’s most trafficked mammal: The Pangolin

  –Article published by Mike Gaworecki on 2016-09-27– –Article published in Mongabay.com–   According to a new report by San Francisco-based NGO WildAid, more than one million pangolins…

Gathering storms: World War

–Article by George Friedman– –As seen in Mauldin Economics–   Europe and Asia, taken together, are the heart of humanity. That’s where 5 billion out of the 7…

Rhino poaching : Innovative technology to the rescue?

The illegal wildlife trade is a massive business, and it’s killing thousands of endangered species every year. ( Rhino poaching ) Rhinos are among the hardest hit. The…

France says goodbye to non-biodegradable plasticware

[sgmb id=”1″] –By Robin Shreeves– –As seen on MNN– By 2020, all disposable dishware, utensils and cups sold in France must be made of “biologically sourced materials” that…

A push to ban domestic ivory trade

[sgmb id=”1″] BY MARIA GALLUCCIAs seen on mashable.comA new resolution to ban all domestic ivory sales has been passed by a global group of conservationists and governments.  “Elephants…

Cambodian Journalists dying trying to save country’s forests

[sgmb id=”1″]-Article by Saul Elbein- –Published in the  pulitzercener.org website–   By the time his wife worked up the courage to ask him to stay, Taing Try was…