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Animal Symbolism in Celtic Philosophy
Animal symbolism is important to continued human evolution. Celtic philosophy brings rich meaning to the roles animals play towards the social and personal vitality of human lives.
Protecting the Bearded Seal
The oil industry is once more up in arms about the Endangered Species Act, and challenges NOAA's decision to protect the bearded seal. Rather than continuously taking the adversarial approach to environmental issues consider this thought process …
Pollinator Protection Act
People heavily rely on pollinators to provide approximately one in three bites of their food. Without proper safeguard measures, agriculture collapses and people starve.
The Need for Whales is Elementary My Dear Watson
With conservationist Paul Watson fighting for his freedom and right to defend defenseless whales from human slaughter, it is little in the way of a surprise that aggressive whaling practices in Iceland, Japan, and the Faroe Islands have reemerged.
Biomimicry Changes How We Learn from Nature
The boom of the Industrial Era led the imagination to exist within the framework of compartmentalized thinking. Biomimicry changes the shape of innovation by engaging critical thinkers to integrate the solutions provided by nature.
Greenwashing Food Labels
At a minimum, we should expect truth in labeling. Otherwise, we are the ones running around with our heads cut off.
The Flamboyant Courtship of the Peacock Spider
Even if you hate spiders, you cannot help but to love this little guy!
Ship Strike Rule Could Save Lives
Next to reducing overfishing and deadly sonar practices, the most significant way to reduce unintentional marine mammal deaths is the continued implementation of the Ship Strike Rule.
Tar Sands Destroys Lake Conway Wildlife
Natural resources and wildlife covered in tar. Wildlife suffers rapid mutations and suffocation. Fertile land converts into uninhabitable soil, and access to fresh water supplies becomes increasingly threatened.
What are Superbugs?
Superbugs are microorganism entities that are neither plant nor animal, but they part of the largest life force on the planet – bacteria.
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