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"We may be disappointed today, but tomorrow we get back to work empowering communities and keeping fossil fuels in the ground. This fight is far from over."​

ecowatch.com - Yes for Health and Safety Over Fracking was informed today that not enough signatures were validated by the Colorado Secretary of State's office to place Initiatives 75 & 78 on the November ballot....

El Mar Menor se va a la mierda y los políticos tienen la culpa | VICE | España

vice.com - No es una cosa nueva: la gente de la zona lleva advirtiendo sobre el deterioro del Mar Menor mucho tiempo. De hecho, si alguien bucea en hemerotecas encontrará titulares de 1985 en la prensa local ...

NOZOMI – A1087261

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nyccats.urgentpodr.org - UNKNOWN GENDER, BLACK / WHITE, DOMESTIC SH MIX,4 weeks STRAY – STRAY WAIT, NO HOLD Reason STRAY Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 08/25/2016, From NY 10469, DueOut Date 08/28/2016, Medical Be...

Gaza Zoo’s Loneliest Tiger Finally Gets the Life He Deserves!

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onegreenplanet.org - In wake of the recent termination of the “world’s worst zoo,” one Bengal tiger, named Laziz, will finally receive the happy ending he deserves and be moving on to a new home! Khanis Younis Zoo on t...

How Spain Lost Millions of Common Birds During the Past Two Decades

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audubon.org - With your help, we can fight back. We can protect birds and the places they call home—as long as people like you help. Over the past two decades, nearly 64.5 million birds have disappeared in Spain...

Help support greater protections for elephants

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ifaw.org - If you've already taken our elephant action, please take a moment to sign our petition to list Pangolins as "Endangered." The US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) is considering our petition to list ...

President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte: Create an animal law modeled after Luxembourg's newly proposed animal law!!

change.org - Luxembourg, a country located in the European Union, just recently proposed a new animal law (May 2016), and once this law passes, it will make Luxembourg the most animal-friendly country in the wo...

A year of my nature hunting: Post 436 - Nourishing Natural Norfolk

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yearofnature.blogspot.com - Post 436 - Nourishing Natural Norfolk Muntjacs in our clearing at Kelling Heath Hey everyone today's post is post 436 and it kind of explains my inactivity over the last month or so. I've been on h...

Parts of TransCanada pipeline network weaker than expected, documents show

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cbc.ca - Documents from TransCanada and obtained by Radio-Canada's investigative program Enquête reveal the company's pipeline network, including a stretch that would be used to transport oil if the Energy ...

Tell CITES to end trade in wild African Grey Parrots! #SaveGreys

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change.org - Thousands of wild African Grey Parrots are being trapped each year to fuel the overseas pet trade. The trade is driving the species to extinction, and it has to stop. Later this year, representativ...

Badger cull expansion 'flies in face of scientific evidence'

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theguardian.com - The imminent expansion of England’s controversial badger cull “flies in the face of scientific evidence”, according to the nation’s foremost experts, who have called on new prime minister, Theresa ...

Flood Preparedness and Response

osha.gov - Floods can be serious catastrophes and they are one of the most common hazards in the United States. Floods can be caused by a variety of factors, including a sudden accumulation of rain, rising ri...

Over 15 Years, One Photographer Makes the Most Astonishing Portraits of Africa's Wild Animals - Feature Shoot

featureshoot.com - Nearly one decade ago, an adolescent zebra frolicked amongst the 8 thousand square kilometers that make up the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in Tanzania’s Crater Highlands. Staying close to the grow...

Badger cull areas more than triple under new government licences

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theguardian.com - The number of areas where badgers will be culled to stop the spread of bovine tuberculosis is to more than triple under licences issued by the government on Tuesday. Licensed shooters could begin k...

1,000 New Street Trees for Inner West - Inner West Council

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innerwest.nsw.gov.au - Inner West Council is on track to plant over 1,000 street trees this planting season. Former Mayor of Marrickville Sam Iskandar was on hand today to see the planting crews in action and congratulat...

Hunters get new rules ahead of Thursday's season opening

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timesofmalta.com - Hunters must report birds caught via a telephone reporting system and will be forbidden from hunting the Red Breasted Merganser when the autumn hunting season opens on Thursday. The telephone syste...

Animals Aren't 'Freight': 12 Ways You Can Help Them

peta.org - Every week, more than a billion live animals are transported worldwide over long distances, through blazing heat and freezing cold, often without food, water, or veterinary care—as if they were not...

ICT Helping Tackle Climate ChangeCould Help Cut Global Emissions 20% by 2030

newsroom.unfccc.int - Major companies in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector are stepping up their efforts to reduce their own greenhouse gas emissions and to decarbonize the entire global economy...

Gulf Restoration Network | About Us

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salsa3.salsalabs.com - Your Letter: I urge you to not include the Gulf of Mexico, Atlantic and Alaska outer continental shelfs in the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s final 2017-2022 Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Ga...

Sign Our Letter to USFS Urging End to Trapping on New Mexico's National Forest

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myemail.constantcontact.com - Santa Fe National Forest Forest Plan Revision Team 11 Forest Lane Santa Fe, NM 87508   Santa Fe National Forest Plan Must Prohibit Trapping The majority of people who recreate in the Caja del Rio, ...

Odisha: With no money for vehicle, man carries wife’s body for 12 km

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indianexpress.com - A tribal man in Kalahandi carried his wife’s body on his shoulders for nearly 12 km as he had no money for a hearse van and the district hospital authorities allegedly refused to arrange one. His t...

The tribes paying the brutal price of conservation

theguardian.com - The Botswana police helicopter spotted Tshodanyestso Sesana and his friends in the afternoon. The nine young Bushmen, or San, had been hunting antelope to feed their families, when the chopper flew...

Saving Elephants

magazine.africageographic.com - Laid on a mattress, covered in a warm woollen blanket, his chest rising and falling as he breathes, Murit sleeps soundly. Should he wake, a keeper is sleeping in a bunk above, ready to offer reassu...

Lucy, la Australopithecus, murió al caerse de un árbol

nationalgeographic.com.es - Como apunta John Kappelman, profesor de ciencias geológicas en la Universidad de Texas en Austin, y autor principal del estudio publicado en la revista Nature, "es irónico que el fósil que protagon...

Visitor misbehavior abounds as National Parks Service turns 100

sltrib.com - Record visitor numbers at the nation's first national park have transformed its annual summer rush into a sometimes dangerous frenzy, with selfie-taking tourists routinely breaking park rules and g...

Una especie, mil razas de perros

nationalgeographic.com.es - La variedad que se observa en el vestíbulo del hotel –un impresionante surtido de tamaños corporales, formas de orejas, longitud de hocicos y tonos de ladridos– es lo que hace que los amantes de lo...

Mold threatens to leave thousands more homeless after Louisiana floods

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nbcnews.com - Even for Louisianans whose homes remained intact after this month's devastating floods, a second, invisible menace still threatens to wipe out many residences: mold, which can overwhelm a home and ...

Brisantes Papier zum Hahn-Debakel: KPMG-Schreiben setzt Dreyer unter Druck | Rheinland-Pfalz | Nachrichten

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swr.de - Ministerpräsidentin Dreyer war offenbar stärker in die Vorgänge am Flughafen Hahn involviert als bislang bekannt. Wie die "Allgemeine Zeitung" berichtet, geht das aus einem Schreiben der Prüfungsge...

Ex-Kommissar Verheugen sagt zum VW-Skandal aus

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tagesschau.de - Erst weigerte er sich, nun sagt er doch aus: Günter Verheugen, von 2004 bis 2010 EU-Industriekommissar. Der U-Ausschuss zum VW-Abgasskandal will von dem SPD-Politiker wissen, ob in seiner Amtszeit ...

How often are animals struck by lightning?

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mnn.com - In an eerie apocalyptic scene reminiscent of a horror movie, 323 reindeer were found dead in a national park in Norway. Officials believe the herd was likely huddled together during a severe thunde...

Reviving a Centuries-Old Farm to Feed the Hungry

nationalgeographic.com - As the National Park Service celebrates its centennial this week, a new sort of mission is taking root at one of its West Texas parks, where four early 18th-century Spanish missions still dot the l...

Patagonia Creates Neoprene-Free Wetsuit Line From Natural Rubber

triplepundit.com - Those wetsuits surfers wear are usually made from a synthetic rubber called neoprene that is far from environmentally friendly. Outdoor gear manufacturer Patagonia has been looking for a way to dit...

Koalas, un icono amenazado

nationalgeographic.com.es - Cuando llega al lugar indicado, Jane Davies y Sandra Peachey, otras dos voluntarias, ya están allí. El koala está colgado de una valla metálica y tiene el pelaje prendido en las puntas horizontales...

A Hundred-Year Legacy: The Modern Role of the Migratory Bird Treaty

audubon.org - With your help, we can fight back. We can protect birds and the places they call home—as long as people like you help. One hundred years ago today, the United States and Canada signed a landmark tr...

Can Kimbal Musk Do For Farms What Elon Has for Cars?

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takepart.com - For more than 150 years, Pfizer manufactured pharmaceuticals in its 660,000-square-foot factory on Flushing Avenue in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York. The pharma giant shut down operations i...

One More Generation

OMG is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of our environment and of all endangered wildlife. Our goal is to ensure all endangered species survive at least One More Generation... and beyond.

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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