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Pet Food from China Kills Animals Stateside
Scores of sheltered animals and domestic pets die from poisoned pet food from China.
Growing Risk for Great Lakes from Tar Sands Spills
Enbridge attempts to make a subtle play to push Tar Sands through unstable pipelines at the bottom of the Great Lakes in America.
Trap Neuter and Release Programs
The best way to help reduce shelter euthanasia is to curb the feral population responsibly, thereby reducing the strain on all of the shelter systems in place.
Farmers Rise up to Reclaim Land from Keystone XL
Judge Stephanie Stacy finds cause for Thompson v. Heineman to proceed. This lawsuit is to show the unconstitutionality of allowing politicians the freedom to invoke eminent domain for the benefit of foreign companies.
Preserving Bristol Bay Alaska
With all of the legal protections afforded to this region, the global community should demand that the United States of America honor its ecological commitments and uphold its own preservation and environmental laws.
Whale Earwax Tells Marine Life Tale
Like geological layers that clearly outline Earth's epochs, technological advancements make it possible for scientists to discern the impact of human pollutants on the ecosystem by examining whale earwax.
Volunteer to Conduct Seabird Surveys
Here is an ecological volunteer opportunity for those interested in taking a more active role in gauging human impact on the planet by cataloging seabird remains.
The Importance of Forest Rangers
The frontline in stopping endangered species from extinction comes in the form of dedicated forest rangers that make protecting the ecosystem their life's work.
The Protection of Dolphins
Six months out of every year an unprecedented slaughter takes place in Taiji, Japan, as migrating dolphins are driven into a cove for slaughter. This reality needs a prompt change.
From the Atlantic to the Pacific, record-breaking numbers of wildlife are dying from starvation, but why.
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