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The man protecting China's elephants

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BBC News (World)

bbc.co.uk - Prince William kept the best for last. After two days of diplomatic pleasantries and ribbon cutting, his third and final day of engagements in China included delivering a basket of carrots to a 13-...

Hundreds of starving koalas killed in Australia

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Mashable

mashable.com - Hundreds of koalas have been killed by lethal injection in Australia due to an overpopulation crisis near the Great Ocean Road in Victoria. The Australian reported 686 koalas were euthanasied in se...

Washington State Spill Covers 50 Birds in Used Motor Oil

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World News Tonight

abcnews.go.com - Oil-spill responders on Tuesday are evaluating the impact to wildlife from a used motor oil leak into a river in an agricultural area of south-central Washington, as at least 50 ducks, geese and ot...

March storm heads east after dumping snow on Upper Midwest

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The Associated Press

bigstory.ap.org - MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — New England residents already buried in snow can expect another wintry blast as a March storm races across the U.S. The National Weather Service said a storm system that swept ac...

Politicians targeted over Petrobras

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BBC News (World)

bbc.co.uk - Brazil's chief prosecutor has asked the Supreme Court to investigate 54 people, including politicians, for alleged involvement in a huge kickback scheme at the state-run oil firm Petrobras. Investi...

Prince William in China: wildlife trade is vicious form of criminality

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Guardian Environment

theguardian.com - The Duke of Cambridge has condemned the trade in illegal wildlife as a “vicious form of criminality” and said that China can be a global leader in the fight against it in a speech on the last day o...

India slaps taxes on coal, while China uses less of it

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grist

grist.org - India is doubling its tax on coal, and will put the revenue toward encouraging clean energy. Though Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government is increasingly looking toward renewable and nuclear po...

Virginians (Again) Overwhelmingly Support the Clean Power Plan and Clean Energy (Again) | Walton Shepherd's Blog

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NRDC

switchboard.nrdc.org - Writing a state-crafted plan to curb carbon-pollution from existing power plants is wildly popular among Virginians of all stripes. So, too, is clean energy - energy efficiency along with pollution...

Listen to the Kids! Children Explain Why We Need to Protect Animals for World Wildlife Day (VIDEO)

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peter burton

onegreenplanet.org - Anyone who has spent time with a little kid knows how wise beyond their years these tiny people can be. We might think that as adults, we hold all the knowledge this world has to offer, but as the ...

VICTORY! Walker’s Proposed Wisconsin Great Lakes Mine Perched Above Lake Superior Defeated

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Forest News

ecointernet.org - The project’s collapse is a major blow to Governor Scott Walker’s anti-science environmental policies. The only question remaining is whether the governor must now return the $700,000 bribe paid by...

This Is What Wildlife Crime Looks Like (GRAPHIC)

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HuffPost Green

huffingtonpost.com - The United Nation's General Assembly has designated March 3 as a time to honor the living things that surround us with beauty. World Wildlife Day was established in 2013 to honor CITES, the Convent...

Lib Dems promise to triple flytipping fines to £9m

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Guardian Environment

theguardian.com - Fines for companies caught flytipping on an industrial scale should triple to £9m, the Liberal Democrats have said. The increased penalities would target businesses that avoid paying landfill tax b...

Indian response to #beefban leads to one of world’s top trending hashtags

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inhabitat

inhabitat.com - In a country where cows are revered as holy, it may seem strange to learn that tens of thousands of people have taken to Twitter to decry a ban on beef. Indeed, citizens of India responding to Maha...

Eco Design Initiatives : do the green thing

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Do The Green Thing

trendhunter.com - Do the Green Thing Promotes Earth Hour with a Collaborative Design Project By: Vasiliki Marapas - Published: Mar 3, 2015 • References: dothegreenthing & creativereview In an effort to promote Earth...

Following public outcry, Costa Rica temporarily blocks exports of hammerhead shark fins

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Blue Planet Society

ticotimes.net - Costa Rica’s Environment Ministry on Tuesday issued a decree suspending for six months the issuance of permits to export hammerhead shark fins following an outcry from environmentalists who charged...

Now There's Too Much Human Poop on Everest - RYOT News

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RYOT NEWS

ryot.org - Mount Everest, once imagined to be a pristine if foreboding emblem of nature, is now full of human poop that’s causing pollution and spreading disease, says Nepal. The chief of Nepal’s mountaineeri...

Fracking Our Democracy

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Friends of the Earth

climateradio.org - We are proud to present the first programme in a new mini-series focusing on Climate Solutions. This is actually the first of a two-parter on democracy. This first show takes a look at fracking as ...

World Wildlife Day 2015: 5 critically endangered species dying out in the wild

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Rainforest Alliance

ibtimes.co.uk - World Wildlife Day is marked on 3 March and is observed annually to raise awareness of the threats to wild fauna and flora and the importance of improved conservation efforts and the fight against ...

Qld demands changes to reef plan

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WWF_Australia

9news.com.au - Queensland's new Labor government is pressuring Canberra to amend a key plan that could ward off an in-danger listing for the Great Barrier Reef. The state government says a long-term plan for the ...

Greenpeace Podcast: Apps for Activism and Factory Fishing Trawlers

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Greenpeace USA

greenpeaceblogs.org - Recently I read a story that I found truly shocking. It was about the sinking of a Korean factory fishing trawler into the frigid depths of the Bering Sea off of Russia’s east coast. This particula...

Dumping subway trains into the ocean ... in a good way - CNN.com

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Ensia

cnn.com - The Art of Movement is a monthly show that highlights the most significant innovations in science and technology that are helping shape our modern world. (CNN)Usually, dumping metal into the ocean ...

DEA: Medical Marijuana Would Lead To Stoned Bunnies

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The Dodo

thedodo.com - According to the Drug Enforcement Administration, legalizing medical marijuana is a bad idea because rabbits might get stoned — or even develop a taste for the plant. Utah's considering a state bil...

Help Stop Illegal Wildlife Trafficking

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Wildlife Alliance

globalgiving.org - The wildlife trade is a billion dollar industry that threatens the survival of many of the world's endangered species. The Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team (WRRT) was established in 2001 in partnership w...

UN News - ‘It’s time to get serious about wildlife crime’ UN proclaims on World Wildlife Day

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CITES

un.org - 3 March 2015 – Illegal wildlife trade undermines rule of law, degrades ecosystems and severely hampers the efforts of rural communities striving to sustainably manage their natural resources, Secre...

Miami vices

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Andy Revkin

openminds.swissre.com - If you live in south Florida, here are a couple of suggestions to strengthen your home's resilience in the face of flooding and the state's fragile power distribution system. Having moved to south ...

After Losing His Family, Tiny Baby Otter Makes The Cutest Recovery

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The Dodo

thedodo.com - A very lucky little otter is recovering at a British wildlife center after getting separated from his family. Otto was spotted by a father and son who heard the little otter mewing when they were o...

APP-linked guards surrender after murder

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Michelle Desilets

thejakartapost.com - Seven security guards of PT Wirakarya Sakti (WKS), a pulpwood supplier for giant Asia Pulp and Paper (APP), have surrendered to the police after allegedly beating a farmer to death in Jambi. “Accom...

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Editor's note

Jack Johnson Helps OMG Raise Awareness About Plastic Pollution

Please consider supporting OMG and our environment by donating to our  fundraising drive. We have partnered with the  Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation , and they have agreed to match every dollar we raise (up to $2,500.00) to help us bring our amazing curriculum to more students. This is a perfect opportunity for you to get involved and double your donation.
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