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Undercover Video Shows 'Horrific' Conditions At California Duck Farm: Mercy For Animals

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huffingtonpost.com - Following a weeks-long undercover investigation, animal rights group Mercy for Animals has released an undercover video that allegedly shows widespread animal abuse and cruelty at one of California...

wwf - What WWF is doing to promote sustainable fishing

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wwf.org.au - Our partners Coles partnered with WWF in 2011 to improve the sustainability of the seafood supply chain in Australia, and educate consumers about responsible seafood choices, including Marine Stewa...

Why the Pentagon is helping raise baby goats - CBS News

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cbsnews.com - The Pentagon would seem like the last place to go for fashion advice. But for the last two years, a task force at the U.S. Department of Defense has been deeply involved in introducing Afghan cashm...

Thunderclap: Unleash "Lone Wolf"

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thunderclap.it - No other North American mammal inspires such a wide range of human emotions as the wolf. The passionate positive and negative responses that wolves inspire in people have left the issue of their re...

One-Third of Scotland Could Soon Be Powered by the World's Biggest Underwater "Windmill" Tidal Plant

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inhabitat.com - In between the Scottish mainland and the Orkney Islands lies the Pentland Firth, a turbulent sound with tides that can reach up to a startling 18 miles per hour. That’s a lot of untapped power. Mey...

Sign This Petition to Help Stop Fracking in National Parks | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

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inhabitat.com - Want to help protect your national parks from toxic fracking activities? There’s an opportunity to do so right from your computer screen. Left Action aims to keep the oil and gas industry out of U....

Captured Dolphin Rescued and Set Free in Indonesia

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dolphinproject.net - A female bottlenose dolphin was set free on October 26th by members of the Jakarta Animal Aid Network (JAAN). The dolphin was captured in Jepara, Indonesia, on the north coast of Java on October 22...

Hundreds of birds of prey are being shot or poisoned in UK | Environment

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theguardian.com - Hundreds of birds of prey, including golden and white-tailed eagles, hen harriers and red kites, were shot or poisoned last year, a report shows. Naturalist and TV presenter Bill Oddie called on sh...

There's Been A Rise In Bike Fatalities, But That's Not The Whole Story

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huffingtonpost.com - A report released Monday by the Governors Highway Safety Association stated the number of bike fatalities in the U.S. increased 16 percent from 2010 to 2012. Yet despite the uptick in cyclist death...

What happened when a GOP mayor bucked his party and went green? He got reelected—four times

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onearth.org - Not long ago, on the stage of the Palladium performing arts center in Carmel, Indiana, the Carmel Symphony Orchestra welcomed a very special musical guest. Sitting in on French horn that evening wa...

APP acknowledges historic land-grabbing in China, pledges reform

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news.mongabay.com - Related articles APP pledges to restore forests, if given the opportunity (03/18/2014) Over the past 20 years, Sumatra's lowland rainforests have been destroyed at a virtually unmatched rate and sc...

Red Cross Criticized for Shortcomings in Isaac, Sandy Relief Efforts | News

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philanthropynewsdigest.org - In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy and Hurricane Isaac in 2012, the American Red Cross was consumed with public relations even as it struggled to meet the basic needs of victims, ProPublica and N...

European Commission Documents Prove Illegal Fishing of Swordfish - The Fish Site

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thefishsite.com - EU - As EU Member State representatives met in Brussels to discuss the EU position on the management of highly migratory species such as bluefin tuna and swordfish, Oceana has unveiled a report by ...

Regreening program to restore one-sixth of Ethiopia's land | Environment

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theguardian.com - Fifteen years years ago the villages around Abrha Weatsbha in northern Ethiopia were on the point of being abandoned. The hillsides were barren, the communities, plagued by floods and droughts, nee...

Bears and People – Walking the Coexistence Tightrope - Defenders of Wildlife Blog

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defendersblog.org - It is that time of year when the winds whip the fall leaves, the first snow falls in the mountains and bears eagerly look for food. For bears, this period is called hyperphagia, and these fall mont...

Five Awesome Food Organizations in Alabama

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foodtank.com - Launched by Food Tank and the James Beard Foundation, the first annual Good Food Org Guide identifies and celebrates more than five hundred U.S.-based groups including five from Alabama who are cul...

Fracking emissions bad enough to cause death or severe health impacts

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texassharon.com - The fact that breathing hydrocarbons can be lethal should not surprise anyone. Breathing hydrocarbons kills babies and adult oilfield workers. What you may not realize is that these same hydrocarbo...

India’s pioneering CSR law could have promise, but progress is slow

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devex.com - Earlier this year India became the first country to mandate corporate social responsibility by law in an effort to share the cost of development with the many companies growing fat on its economic ...

Les Amis de la Terre : Les prix pinocchio du développement durable

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prix-pinocchio.org - Aux Pays-Bas, une forte mobilisation populaire a permis d'obtenir un moratoire sur la fracturation hydraulique. Ce qui n’empêche pas Shell, première entreprise pétrolière néerlandaise, d’aller cher...

Kevin Stewart has tabled Holyrood motion calling for ban on circus animals | STV Aberdeen

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aberdeen.stv.tv - Kevin Stewart, the SNP MSP for Aberdeen Central, has taken the action in response to the news that five lions and tigers are being kept at the Circus High School near St Combs in Fraserburgh. He ha...

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m.facebook.com - Rex is an urgent need adopt. He was left on the side of the road in Port Jeff and he needs to find a place to call his own. 9 years old and has so much love to give! Quiet home, single cat only. Pl...

The Mayor of Marmaris Turkey: Close the dolphin park and release the 5 dolphins from this park

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avaaz.org - Why this is important to me The 5 dolphins are living in a small park. They are suffering. Covered in rake marks. Often heard crying at night and through the winter months. They are often seen just...

Plans for giant Antarctic marine reserve falter for fourth time | Environment

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theguardian.com - A plan to protect a vast swathe of ocean off Antarctica by creating the world’s largest marine reserve appeared headed for failure for the fourth time. The countries that make decisions about Antar...

Rethinking Prosperity: Does our “Success Narrative” put us on a collision course with an uncertain future?, 11.12.14 – Events on CSRwire.com

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csrwire.com - Organizer: Toronto Sustainability Speaker Series (TSSS) Sponsor:Toronto Sustainability Speaker Series (TSSS) Website: ecoopportunity.net/category/upcoming-events/ Sustainability is about meeting th...

The Shark Trust - Shark News

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sharktrust.org - In the spirit of Halloween we’ve come up with five spookily cool facts about sharks, which we hope you’ll enjoy. 5) Sharks have been swimming in all the world's oceans for approximately 400 million...

Drones spotted over seven French nuclear sites, says EDF | Environment

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theguardian.com - France’s state-run power firm Électricité de France (EDF) on Wednesday said unidentified drones had flown over seven nuclear plants this month, leading it to file a complaint with the police. The u...

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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.