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Death of white rhino in Kenya leaves only six animals alive in the world | Environment

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Dr. Paula Kahumbu

theguardian.com - An endangered northern white rhino has died in Kenya, a wildlife conservancy has said, meaning only six of the animals are left alive in the world. Suni, a 34-year-old northern white, and the first...

Brazil's Rousseff on the offensive a week from runoff vote

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Reuters Top News

reuters.com - BRASILIA (Reuters) - Opposition candidate Aecio Neves is heading into the final week of Brazil's presidential race with a razor-thin lead in polls, but it's the incumbent Dilma Rousseff who appears...

EPA approves new pesticide combination Enlist Duo, NRDC files suit | Sylvia Fallon's Blog

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NRDC

switchboard.nrdc.org - Today the EPA approved the use of a new pesticide that is a combination of both glyphosate (better known as Roundup) and 2,4 D for use on genetically engineered corn and soy.  Glyphosate, the most ...

Lost Louisiana: The race to reclaim vanished land back from the sea

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grist

grist.org - The GPS showed David Morgan still on dry land — but the waves bumping beneath his boat revealed the reality of this lost Louisiana landscape. Rising seas have obliterated 30 points on the map in th...

News from The Associated Press

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hosted.ap.org - LONG BEACH, Wash. (AP) -- A woman on trial for feeding bears in her neighborhood in Washington state has agreed to stop and pay a fine to settle the case. The Daily News reports (http://bit.ly/1sMI...

Green Design Project Ffrash Unites Former Street Children in Jakarta With Designers To Create Cool Recycled Products

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inhabitat

inhabitat.com - Designers at Studio Ooms have been working on a fantastic social project in Indonesia that helps to lift people out of poverty while creating great recycled products. So far, the team has spent fiv...

Struggle against extinction: the pictures that capture the story | Environment

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BBC Earth

theguardian.com - Toshiji Fukuda went to extraordinary lengths to photograph an Amur tiger, one of the world’s rarest mammals, in 2011. He built a tiny wooden hut overlooking a beach in Russia’s remote Lazovsky natu...

'Overwhelming' Stink Leads Cops To Massive Illegal Lobster Stash

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HuffPost Green

huffingtonpost.com - It was one shell of a bust, but the officers had probable claws. Cops in South Africa got tipped off to a foul odor on Thursday. They arrived to find a pickup truck with a tarp covering its bed, an...

World Food Day: women farmers are the key - Virgin.com

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Virgin Unite

virgin.com - People like Sophan Brom and her husband, who are parents of four and have worked as rice farmers for the past 16 years are a great example. They used their lendwithcare loans to purchase a small ha...

This Is The First Country In Asia To Ban All Cosmetics Tested On Animals

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The Dodo

thedodo.com - Five months ago, India banned cosmetic testing within its country borders. Now, it’s enacting a ban that will outlaw the import of any product tested on animals. The Indian government issued a noti...

A Family Rejects the Industrial Model and Rebuilds Their Farm – The Plate: Maryn McKenna

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National Geographic

theplate.nationalgeographic.com - Growing up, Will Harris III understood what his path in life was expected to be. He was the fourth generation of farmers in his family, going back to his great-grandfather, James Edward Harris, who...

Rick Piltz of @govacctproj @climatesciwatch was...

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Juvenile whale shark killed while another freed - Nation

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Blue Planet Society

thestar.com.my - KOTA KINABALU: Wildlife advocates are outraged over reports that a juvenile whale shark had been captured and killed at Marudu Bay, about 130km from here. They want stern action against the killers...

Wind power is cheapest energy, EU analysis finds | Environment

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pew environment

theguardian.com - Onshore wind is cheaper than coal, gas or nuclear energy when the costs of ‘external’ factors like air quality, human toxicity and climate change are taken into account, according to an EU analysis...

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 - I am signing because our ocean 's resources are under threat and I think that we should actively promote tag and release as a first choice. To kill a fish just for record purposes is insane. Kill a...

Trapped Whales Illustrate Exactly What’s Wrong With Shark Nets

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The Dodo

thedodo.com - After a young whale was entangled in an Australian shark net on Wednesday — and then set free — it sparked another round of debate regarding the efficacy and safety of the shark control measure. Co...

Government pledges to reduce deforestation

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Michelle Desilets

thejakartapost.com - The government has pledged to reduce deforestation, following a report showing that Indonesia has a higher deforestation rate than that of Brazil. Forestry Ministry secretary-general Hadi Daryanto ...

The Bronze Age, Submerged Forest, Borth Beach

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paul steele

baldhiker.com - For many years I have visited the legendary Bronze Age, submerged forest (radiocarbon dated to be circa 5,500 years old) located halfway between the pretty little coastal town of Borth (Welsh for ‘...

Join Beyond Extreme Energy Actions in DC » EcoWatch

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EcoWatch

ecowatch.com - After the historic and inspiring People’s Climate March and Flood Wall Street actions showed the potential of our growing movement, discussion is taking place about how to put that power into actio...

One-tonne ghost net found drifting off NT coast, fisherman rescues snagged turtle - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

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Blue Planet Society

abc.net.au - A Darwin fisherman rescued a snagged turtle after he found a one-tonne ghost net drifting off the Northern Territory coast. Ian Johnson encountered the net while on a week-long fishing trip off the...

Stand with the Pacific Climate Warriors - 350

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ACF

act.350.org - The Pacific Climate Warriors have traveled from 12 Pacific Islands to Australia, to take the fight to save their homes directly to the fossil fuel industry. Using traditional canoes, 30 Pacific Cli...

Energy East Pipeline: TransCanada's Keystone XL on Steroids » EcoWatch

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ecowatch.com - Thwarted so far in its attempts to build the Keystone XL pipeline to carry its Alberta tar sands bitumen oil south across the U.S. to the Gulf of Mexico, the TransCanada Corporation has announced t...

Keepin' Babel at Bay: True Friends

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Georg Grey

georg-grey.blogspot.com - After losing his parents, this 3 year old orangutan was so depressed he wouldn't eat and didn't respond to any medical treatments. The veterinarians thought he would surely die from sadness. The zo...

Short Film Narrated by Morgan Freeman Opens UN Climate Summit

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ecorazzi.com - It’s the little film that could. “What’s Possible,” the short film narrated by actor Morgan Freeman on the urgency of global warming, kicked off the UN Climate Summit on Monday. “One day,” Freeman ...

Push to undermine Indonesia's new president could stymie environmental progress, say NGOs

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Michelle Desilets

news.mongabay.com - Push to undermine Indonesia's new president could stymie environmental progress, say NGOs Rhett A. Butler, mongabay.com October 17, 2014 print     print     Indonesia's rate of forest loss is now t...

iGlobe demo/discussion at Millbrook School

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GreenSchoolsAlliance

greenschoolsalliance.org - You and your students are invited to a WORKSHOP at the Trevor Zoo at Millbrook School iGlobe and MIT have partnered on a National Science Foundation grant to educate students and the public about c...

WAZA Can Save Angel and End Dolphin Hunts in Taiji 

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Alessandro Bisiani

huffingtonpost.com - This past weekend, a very large pod of bottlenose dolphins were captured and herded into the Cove in Taiji, Japan. These horrible dolphin hunts were revealed to the world (including most Japanese) ...

Ric O'Barry: Taiji dolphin drive hunts are not a tradition

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June Stoyer

digitaljournal.com - O'Barry, who has been spreading awareness for decades over the annual dolphin drives in Taiji, Japan, spoke out as worldwide condemnation continues to grow over Taiji's role in capturing dolphins. ...

Pétition · LDWF: Enforce Louisiana State Law & Ensure Tony The Tiger Is Released To A Reputable Sanctuary · Change.org

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Free Tony The Tiger

change.org - Tony, a Siberian-Bengal tiger, has lived his thirteen years as a roadside attraction at a truck stop in Louisiana. In two court hearings, May 6th, 2011 and November 2nd, 2011, Judge Caldwell agreed...

SOCP Baby House

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Orangutan Outreach

redapes.org - The SOCP Baby House now has its own Facebook Page! Visit the page! (link opens in a new window) Please LIKE & SHARE! Due to an increase in deforestation and expansion of oil palm plantations into p...

Coastguard numbers fall dangerously low | UK | News

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Respect Our Seas

express.co.uk - Shock new figures show that during the busy summer season Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centres (MRCC) were understaffed by up to 97 per cent. Aberdeen was the worst hit, with 97 per cent of shifts...

Help Support World Elephant Day to Ensure the Survival of This Magnificent Species - Culture-ist

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peter burton

thecultureist.com - Tuesday, August 12, 2014, is the third annual World Elephant Day, a day when people come together to honor elephants, to spread awareness about the critical threats they are facing, and to support ...

Environmental groups argue against FPL lobbying request

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American Rivers

tbo.com - TALLAHASSEE — Environmental advocates want state utility regulators to reject a proposal by Florida Power & Light to use ratepayers’ money to lobby against new federal clean-water rules. A spokeswo...

Yes, There Really IS a Tiger at a Truck Stop

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Free Tony The Tiger

freetonythetiger.wordpress.com - I first learned of Tony about five years ago while I was online researching information about big cats. I can honestly say I had no idea about privately owned tigers in the United States or the ser...

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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.