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Strong Flow of National Climate Plans Bodes Well for ParisNations Meet for Next Round of Climate Negotiations

newsroom.unfccc.int - (Bonn, 28 August 2015) – The next round of negotiations towards a new universal climate change agreement gets underway on Monday bolstered by the fact that to date over 50 countries covering almost...

H&M

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wwf.panda.org - About the Partnership  WWF and H&M have been working together for a number of years and in 2011, a formal collaboration was initiated to assess all water-related aspects of the H&M value chain usin...

Largest Ever Citizen Consultation on Climate Change - UNEP

unep.org - The vast majority of global citizens - almost 80 per cent - feel very concerned about the impacts of climate change, whilst two out of three citizens think that climate action is an opportunity to ...

The battle to protect Alaska’s great wildlife sanctuary | Rebecca Solnit

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theguardian.com - At midnight on 29 June, the sun was directly north and well above the hills. It had not gone down since I arrived in the Arctic, three days earlier, and would not set for weeks. It rolled around th...

Five things President Obama could do to help the Arctic—ground zero for climate change

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onearth.org - Barack Obama is about to go where no U.S. president has gone before: on an extensive tour of Alaska. He’s headed to what’s basically ground zero for climate change, where the sea ice is shrinking, ...

Ten Years After Katrina

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sierraclub.org - Hurricane Katrina killed more than 1,800 people, devastated a great American city, and caused more than a hundred billion dollars of damage. An enormous natural disaster was amplified by government...

Number One Global Security Issue Is Climate Change

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truth-out.org - In recent years, US leaders finally categorized climate change as a global threat on the order of weapons of mass destruction. Since then, the bad news surrounding climate change has gotten conside...

Solar lamps make big money for Bangladesh

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indiaclimatedialogue.net - Bangladesh earns 3.56 million euro by installing home solar energy systems in villages off the electricity grid “Now things are totally different for us. The solar lamp has changed our lives,” said...

What’s On the Table at Bonn Climate Talks?

wri.org - We’re now entering the final, significant stages of negotiations leading up to the major climate summit in Paris in December known as COP21, where countries will reach a new international climate a...

Tulane City Center teams up to rebuild after Hurricane Katrina

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tulanehullabaloo.com - Armed with an innovative and quick-thinking workforce, the Tulane City Center is far from shy when it comes to opening its arms to understaffed, underfunded or overlooked community partners. This c...

The Water Project: Sierra Leone - Madina Village

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thewaterproject.org - As you know, Ebola has been a tragic reality for the people of Sierra Leone over the last year. In the middle of this, we’ve remained more committed than ever to the people of Sierra Leone through ...

A novel approach to reducing deforestation: linking supply chains and REDD+ in “Zero Deforestation Zones”

blogs.edf.org - By Chris Meyer, Senior Manager, Amazon Forest Policy and Dana Miller, Research Analyst Two tropical forest conservation efforts have gained momentum in recent years: zero deforestation commitments ...

Hurricane Katrina Was Tragic But Helped Us Save Thousands Of Animals

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thedodo.com - Hurricane Katrina is forever seared in my memory, and it forever changed the perceptions and stature of the humane movement in this country — for the better. It was a moment of extraordinary turmoi...

Reverend Yearwood: In Remembrance of Katrina, Why We Must Fight for Climate Justice

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ecowatch.com - Do you remember where you were 10 years ago? For many of us, we were glued to the television. We watched in horror as Hurricane Katrina surged to a Category 5 hurricane as it raced across the Gulf ...

FSC holds dialogue: 'From Deforestation to Forests for all Forever' in Malaysia

eco-business.com - The Forest Stewardship Council™ (FSC™), an independent, non-governmental, not for profit organization established to promote the responsible management of the world's forests, today held a media co...

IUCN - CITES and IUCN bolster collaboration in tackling poaching and illegal wildlife trade

iucn.org - Geneva, 28 August 2015 – The Secretariat of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) and IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature have...

Photographic Competition | British Ecological Society

britishecologicalsociety.org - The Photographic Competition is now open with a deadline of 5pm, Wednesday  16 September! Please find details of how to submit your images below. Winning category entry that is not one of above: £4...

Australia does not have plans in place to meet 2030 climate goal, assessment finds

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smh.com.au - Report says the government's moves to axe the carbon price and scale-back the renewable energy target had made the 2030 goal significantly harder to achieve. Photo: Jessica Shapiro Australia is beh...

Creating a Vision to Match the Scenery of Our Public Lands

huffingtonpost.com - On several occasions over the past few years, Park Rangers for Our Lands has called on the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to do a better job of balancing energy development with the protection of ...

Read BirdLife's story

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justgiving.com - Please support BirdLife's vital Keeping the Flyway Safe appeal, and join BirdLife International in tackling the illegal killing of birds in the Mediterranean. We have conducted a comprehensive new ...

Aerial Drones Expose Vile Conditions On Factory Farms

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thedodo.com - The range of abuse and the extent of suffering for the nation's millions of food animals is well-documented. That's thanks in large part to undercover videos and photos (read this recent Los Angele...

Local Nets, Not Faraway Markets, Key to New Zealand's Dolphin Decline

dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com - In my latest piece on how Chinese appetites for an endangered fish are indirectly driving Mexico’s tiny porpoise, the vaquita, to extinction, I passingly mentioned the world’s other deeply imperile...

UN News - Senior UN climate change official envisages ‘good agreement’ at upcoming Pairs conference

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un.org - 25 August 2015 – The climate change agreement world leaders are expected to sign in December “has to take us to a less than 2 degree global warming path because that is the ultimate test of the who...

Le Monde.fr - Actualité à la Une

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lemonde.fr - Avec ses lunettes de hipster, Cyrill Gutsch n'a pas vraiment le profil de l'écologiste engagé. Fondateur de la société Parley For The Oceans, le designer berlinois a pourtant d'autres sujets d'inqu...

OPINION: Want to hunt exotic African animals? Just go to Texas

ewn.co.za - Lena Masri says hunters can legally kill threatened animals without ever leaving the US. If American dentist Walter Palmer - who may face poaching charges for killing Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe - w...

Why are Brazil’s environmentalists being murdered?

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washingtonpost.com - A cross stands on the spot where U.S.-born nun and activist, Dorothy Stang, was murdered in 2005, inside the PDS Esperanca community, a project in sustainable development that Stang founded, in Ana...

Dangerous Waters: When Ecotourism Can Be Bad for Whale Sharks

mnn.com - Whale sharks may be the size of a school bus, but they are peaceful creatures that feed on plankton and fish eggs. The largest known gathering of them is in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, and i...

The Intersection of Water, Energy and Climate

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huffingtonpost.com - This week, global experts gather in Stockholm for World Water Week amidst a backdrop of water-related crises worldwide. The U.S. state of California is experiencing a record-breaking four-year drou...

WWF objection results in landmark decision for MSC tuna assessments; effective control of fishi

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wwf.panda.org - WWF objection results in landmark decision for MSC tuna assessments; effective control of fishing effort is a prerequisite for certification © Brian J. Skerry / National Geographic Stock / WWF A co...

Obama Undermines His Climate Strategy With More Offshore Drilling

huffingtonpost.com - So, say you're the leader of the free world and you're trying to figure out how to get your arms around this climate crisis. There are plenty of good options -- but opening up the Arctic and Atlant...

Sea Shepherd Cove Guardian Leader Denied Entry to Japan - Sea Shepherd Conservation Society

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seashepherd.org - Sea Shepherd veteran crewmember Karen Hagen of Norway has been denied entry into Japan to document the brutal capture and slaughter of dolphins and small whales in Taiji as Ground Leader of Sea She...

Hidden-Camera Video Reveals Chicken McNuggets' ‘Disturbing Secret’

huffingtonpost.com - Chickens cruelly beaten, stomped to death and left to die painfully and slowly. According to Mercy For Animals, that’s the “disgusting secret” behind McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets. On Wednesday, the...

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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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