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The grey parrot and the race against Africa’s wildlife extinction

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theguardian.com - Perry, a five-year-old African grey parrot, is for sale on a well-known pet trade website for £750. She looks in good condition with her large black bill, red tail and white mask and her owner says...

The Forgotten Sea Turtle Beaches in Costa Rica

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qcostarica.com - QCOSTARICA article by Shannon Farley  – Local eco-community Portasol Living is coordinating donations and volunteers for the unfunded program to continue its vital protection for sea turtles in Cos...

Dutch parliament votes to close down country's coal industry

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theguardian.com - The Dutch parliament has voted for a 55% cut in CO2 emissions by 2030, which would require the closure of all the country’s coal-fired power plants. The unexpected vote on Thursday night by 77 to 7...

US Voter Support For Wind Energy Continues To Skyrocket

cleantechnica.com - Published on September 1st, 2016 | by Joshua S Hill September 1st, 2016 by Joshua S Hill  New polling data has shown that public support for wind energy in the United States has continued to grow, ...

Shy pangolins need world spotlight to survive

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yahoo.com - Johannesburg (AFP) - Reclusive, gentle and quick to roll up into a ball, pangolins keep a low profile. But they are also the world's most heavily trafficked mammal, and experts at the Convention on...

Indigenous tar sands treaty is Trudeau’s worst nightmare | Ricochet

ricochet.media - At simultaneous press conferences in Montreal and Vancouver earlier today, over 50 First Nations signed onto a new “treaty alliance” to stop the expansion of Alberta’s tar sands. It amounts to a mu...

Obama’s Climate Plan Will Survive Legal Challenge

nymag.com - History will probably record the green-energy revolution as the Obama administration’s most important accomplishment. The daisy chain of events began with $90 billion in green-energy subsidies in t...

How the Reaction to Trump Could Be Good for the Climate - The New Yorker

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newyorker.com - Four months ago, at the Williston Basin Petroleum Conference, in Bismarck, North Dakota, Donald Trump laid out his vision of America’s energy future. “A Trump Administration will focus on real envi...

Anti-whaling activists step-up campaign with custom-built Ocean Warrior ship (VIDEO)

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rt.com - The group, which has been branded controversial for their direct actions tactics, has made it their mission to end the “slaughter” of wildlife in the world’s oceans, and their aggressive campaignin...

Prince William condemns illegal wildlife trade

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womansday.com.au - Prince William is giving a voice to animals who can’t speak up for themselves. The Duke of Cambridge has given a keynote address at Tusk’s Time for Change event in London, urging world leaders to s...

The oil and gas we have already tapped will take us past 1.5 °C

newscientist.com - When you’re in a hole, stop digging. If the world is to have any chance to halt warming below 2 °C, as agreed at the UN’s climate summit in Paris, we cannot develop any more oil wells, coal mines o...

Close Animal Rescue Network and Save the Cats.

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change.org - No Voice For the Innocent - Animal Rescue Network - Rescue Hoarding Exposed Animal Rescue Network (ARN), claiming to be ‘Montreal’s Largest No Kill Shelter’ has been warehousing cats in overcrowded...

Cataratas Victoria

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nationalgeographic.com.es - Cuando el viajero se acerca a la entrada del parque nacional de las cataratas Victoria, situado en territorio de Zimbabue, oye el rumor casi industrial del agua deslizándose a toda velocidad por la...

The top 5 fall hikes in Toronto

blogto.com - Fall is one of the best times to hike in and around Toronto thanks to the beautiful yellow, orange and red colours that appear for just a short time each year. Take advantage of this and head out t...

Take Action

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iworry.org - Four zoos in the UK (Whipsnade Zoo, Colchester Zoo, West Midlands Safari Park and Woburn Safari Park) still use an ankus (‘bullhook’) to train elephants. We are calling on you to help bring an end ...

¿Conoces las propiedades beneficiosas de los pimientos?

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ahorasabes.com - Los pimientos son vegetales indispensables en nuestras cocinas, son usados para darle sabor a casi cualquier preparación. Además de ser ideales para sazonar nuestras comidas estos alimentos están l...

Despite Clean Power Plan Lawsuit, Local Chambers Say Clean Energy Good for Business · Environmental Leader · Environmental Management News

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environmentalleader.com - Local chambers of commerce across the US say their member businesses are benefiting from clean energy — and their leaders are speaking out about how clean energy emerging is an economic driver in a...

SA's vanishing heritage: Our most endangered heritage sites

traveller24.news24.com - As we focus on Heritage Month and especially on our endangered wildlife with South Africa hosting the CITES CoP17 conference in Johannesburg until 5 October in Johannesburg, a new heritage monitori...

We Need Your Help To #SaveTheVaquita

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seaworldcares.com - With an estimated 60 left in the wild, vaquitas are the most endangered marine mammal on the planet. Being one of the smallest cetaceans, at less than 5 feet long and 120 lbs., vaquita are near imp...

Extreme Weather Cost U.S. Taxpayers $67 Billion

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ecowatch.com - One of the most visible and immediate ways climate change has affected—and will continue to affect—Americans is through extreme weather exacerbated by rising global temperatures. Between 2005 and 2...

Schweizer stimmen für mehr Befugnisse für Geheimdienst

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tagesschau.de - Vor einem Jahr segnete das Schweizer Parlament ein Gesetz ab, das dem Geheimdienst mehr Rechte geben soll, um Terroranschläge verhindern zu können. Heute stimmte das Schweizer Volk über die Pläne a...

Over 100,00 elephants killed for ivory since 2006

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news.sky.com - The rise in the illegal trade is seen as the main cause of the most serious decline in elephant populations in 25 years. Estimates, based on a number of sources including aerial surveys and dung co...

Huge fall in African elephant population as poaching crisis continues

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wwf.panda.org - Huge fall in African elephant population as poaching crisis continues The Selous World Heritage site has lost 90% of its elephants to ivory poaching syndicates. Africa’s elephant population has cra...

UK to ban fishing from a million square kilometres of ocean

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theguardian.com - The UK is to ban commercial fishing from a million square kilometres of ocean around British overseas territories, the government said on Thursday. In total, the government is creating marine prote...

Email is Dead - Long Live Email - People Development Network

peopledevelopmentmagazine.com - In a previous job, I had a line manager who always used to communicate with me and the rest of the team by email.  Rarely did he speak to us face to face about important or for that matter, less im...

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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