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7 Facts That Prove Your Day-To-Day Choices Can Actually Have An Environmental Impact

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HuffPost Green

huffingtonpost.com - Everyone thinks their contribution to being sustainable won’t make a difference. That is simply untrue. The power of one person “going green” can have a much bigger impact on the world around us th...

350.org – Global Day of Action Against Fracking leaves its mark in Argentina

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Bill McKibben

350.org - Vaca Muerta is a geological formation in Neuquén, northern Patagonia (Argentina), where the largest unconventional hydrocarbon hydraulic fracturing extraction in Latin America is taking place. The ...

UPDATED: Rescue still underway of highly-endangered blue whales

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Richard O'Barry

dolphinproject.net - The island of Lembata, in Indonesia, is a recognized area where whales and dolphins are continuously killed under the name of “adat” (culture), despite the fact that dolphins are a protected specie...

Sea Shepherd New Zealand :: The Sam Simon arrives into Auckland, New Zealand.

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Sea Shepherd

seashepherd.org.nz - Sea Shepherd ship, the Sam Simon, docked at Auckland harbour on Thursday morning after its journey from the ship’s operation base in Williamstown, Australia. Ngati Whatua Orakei peformed a beautifu...

In just 15 years, wind could provide a fifth of the world’s electricity

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grist

grist.org - Up to one fifth of the world’s electricity supply could come from wind turbines by 2030, according to a new report released this week by Greenpeace and the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC). That w...

Craft brewers join the fight against natural gas pipelines

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grist

grist.org - On a recent afternoon, visitors packed into Blue Mountain Brewery, one of three craft breweries in Virginia’s idyllic Rockfish Valley. Couples and families spilled out of the restaurant onto patios...

Life Cube: Inflatable Emergency Shelter | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

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inhabitat

inhabitat.com - Life Cube offers 144 sq ft of instant emergency space and requires no tools to set up. The shelter arrives in a crate made from post-consumer recycled plastic shipping pallets and can be rolled if ...

Has Europe delivered enough momentum for a global effort to cut carbon?

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The Elders

theelders.org - Leaders at the European Council meeting to discuss climate change, October 2014. In the early hours of Friday 24 October in Brussels, after years of intractable talks over how ambitious to be on cl...

Join Make A Difference Day - Oct. 25

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11Alive News

11alive.com - Saturday, October 25th 2014 is National Make a Difference Day, the national day of community service. 11Alive employees and our partner company employees will join forces on the Atlanta Beltline as...

Pétition · Stop awarding weight-based world records (where the fish has to be killed to qualify) for fish species threatened with extinction. · Change.org

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Blue Planet Society

change.org - As someone who has fished for pleasure and done time on a trawler there are some fish which are truly awesome and should be preserve. They are big and as top predators rare. The big ones that gain ...

Keep Devon's beavers in the wild

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Friends of the Earth

foe.co.uk - I am writing to show my support for allowing those beavers currently living free on the River Otter in Devon to remain in the wild. Beavers can bring many benefits - they can boost biodiversity, be...

FoE sues to keep Devon's wild beavers free - The Ecologist

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Friends of the Earth

theecologist.org - Friends of the Earth has taken the first formal legal steps to a Judicial Review that could prevent the Government from capturing a family of beavers living in the wild in Devon, and placing them i...

Ripping up the sea floor on behalf of royal profits | George Monbiot | Environment

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Blue Planet Society

theguardian.com - A few days ago, I visited the Flamborough Head “no take zone”, one of the UK’s three areas in which commercial fishing is prohibited. Here marine life is allowed to proliferate, without being menac...

NPR Reduces Its Environment Team to One Reporter

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Andy Revkin

insideclimatenews.org - NPR has cut back on the number of staffers focused solely on the environment and climate change. Earlier this year, the news outlet had three full-time reporters and one editor dedicated to coverin...

10 ways to green your camping trip

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Rainforest Alliance

mnn.com - Spring is here, summer is on its way, and many people are dusting off their tents and getting ready to head into the great outdoors. Eco-friendly camping may seem a bit redundant — after all, what’...

Sea Shepherd to hunt toothfish poachers in Antarctic

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Blue Planet Society

asiancorrespondent.com - Marine conservation group, the Sea Shepherd, is gearing up for another Southern Ocean expedition in time of Antarctic summer. The group suspects the Japanese will not return to kill whales this hun...

BBC Two - Wonders of the Monsoon, Strange Castaways, Monster leech swallows giant worm

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Paul Williams

bbc.co.uk - A giant red leech hunts down a 70cm long blue worm and sucks it down like spaghetti. Behaviour filmed for the first time on Mount Kinabalu, Borneo. 4/5 A journey to the heart of the monsoon, a regi...

No More “Own Goals”: The Case for Expanded CSR in Brazil

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CSRwire

csrwire.com - By Gabriel Funari and Andrew Mack, AMG Global Consulting For four weeks this summer, no one could take their eyes off Brazil. The FIFA World Cup, previously a catalyst for mass protests against the...

Can Recycling Lift Peruvians Out of Poverty?

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Shaun Frankson

affectmagazine.com - There are few places in the world more vulnerable to global warming and environmental degradation than Peru. Mountain glaciers are melting, the Peruvian Amazon is wilting, and Lima’s air pollution ...

Don’t Reward Dirty Tar Sands Corporations - ForceChange

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ForceChange

forcechange.com - Target: Carbon Disclosure Project CEO Paul Simpson Goal: Revoke the climate leader A List status given to the company that wants to build a massive tar sands oil pipeline TransCanada, the company b...

South Florida Wants to Split State Over Climate Change, Become 51st State » EcoWatch

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EcoWatch

ecowatch.com - Some may remember a politically motivated proposal to split California into six separate states floated earlier this year. That was basically a proposal by a wealthy venture capitalist for the rich...

Keepin' Babel at Bay: 21 Zoo Animals Sharing A Special Moment With Their Visitors

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Georg Grey

georg-grey.blogspot.com - source: Distractify  Many people who visit the zoo only get to see their favorite animals from a distance, but a lucky few are able to get up close and personal (maybe even a little too personal so...

Say it ain't so, Beefy - Martin Harper's blog - Our work - The RSPB Community

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rspb.org.uk - It's a sad day when your childhood hero, whose picture hangs in your downstairs loo, attacks the organisation you work for and whose mission you care passionately about.  But, remarkably, Sir Ian B...

Chronicle recommends passage of state Prop. 1 - SFGate

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American Rivers

sfgate.com - Nothing focuses the mind like a crisis and the state’s three-year drought now has Californians focused on our perennial problem — high demand for water and inefficient use of what we do have. Propo...

Chilean financial press reports cancellation of hydro project on the Futaleufú River

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Environmental Tweets

patagonjournal.com - Futaleufu Riverkeeper, press release, Oct. 23 - Chile’s financial press is reporting that Endesa, a multinational company which currently owns the water rights to the Futaleufú River and had planne...

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.