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Pebble Mine of Bristol Bay Endangers Whales
To keep thriving fish markets and tourism industries in Alaska it is best to avoid generating roach motel taglines like, "Alaska, home of lethal mine tailing ponds. The marine life and tourists come in but they won't go out."
Pet Emergency Evacuation Checklist
Here is a list of items for your pet you should bring along with you during a natural disaster. This is laid out in a checklist format for easy viewing and action.
Pet Food from China Kills Animals Stateside
Scores of sheltered animals and domestic pets die from poisoned pet food from China.
Pet Food Safety
Whether you live with an animal or donate food to assist them. What you don’t know about pet food could harm our furry friends.
PETA Dives into SeaWorld
SeaWorld's attempt at a public bailout by taking on shareholders has exposed a critical vein to its likely downfall – and the aquatic world let out a great sign of relief.
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.
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.
Preserving the Monarch Butterfly
Shortsighted human thinking puts one of nature's most phenomenal migration cycles in jeopardy. Explore successful alternatives that ensure the continued prosperity of this important pollinator, and retrain the brain for sustainability.
Protect Your Family From a Wild Animal Attack
The Endangered Species Act and the Lacey Act may receive a necessary alteration in the form of bill HR4122 that would allow both acts to function as indented by closing loopholes.
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 …
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