Ahead of the Climate Summit, Environmental Groups Urge Biden to Champion Methane Reductions as a Quick Warming Fix

By Inside Climate News

The Environmental Defense Fund has a clear message for the Biden Administration on the eve of an international climate summit marking the U.S.’s further re-entry into the Paris climate agreement: “We need to cut methane now.“   So says the U.S.-based …

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Disability and the Climate Crisis

By The Climate Reality Project

The climate crisis is a threat to human health all around the world. From dangerous prolonged heat waves and powerful extreme weather events to devastating wildfires and the spread of many infectious diseases, climate change will continue to exacerbate existing …

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Ice Storm Aftermath: More Climate Extremes Ahead for Galveston

By Inside Climate News

This article is the result of a partnership between Inside Climate News and The Galveston County Daily News.   GALVESTON, Texas—Last week Daniel Gonzales went online with his search for someplace to stay, asking Galveston residents if anyone knew of …

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Noxious Neighbors: The EPA Knows Tanks Holding Heavy Fuels Emit Harmful Chemicals. Why Are Americans Still at Risk?

By Inside Climate News

This article was produced in collaboration with Berkeley Journalism’s Investigative Reporting Program. Brittany Liscord was at her job at the Children’s Museum & Theatre of Maine in 2018 when, out of nowhere, she received a warning from a colleague. It …

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Chemours Says it Will Dramatically Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Aiming for Net Zero by 2050

By Inside Climate News

The U.S.-based multinational chemical company Chemours says it will dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the coming years on a path to effectively eliminating all emissions by mid-century.   An Inside Climate News assessment finds the company could achieve two-thirds of …

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Politicians Are Considering Paying Farmers to Store Carbon. But Some Environmental and Agriculture Groups Say It’s Greenwashing

By Inside Climate News

A coalition of environmental, agriculture and justice groups is attempting to drum up opposition to legislation that aims to help farmers store carbon in the soil, a practice that’s become a key piece of the Biden administration’s strategy on climate …

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DeSantis Recognizes the Threat Posed by Climate Change, but Hasn’t Embraced Reducing Carbon Emissions

By Inside Climate News

This article is the result of a partnership between Inside Climate News and WMFE Orlando, a member of ICN’s National Reporting Network-Southeast. SATELLITE BEACH, Florida—Brick by brick, the stucco shell of a new, flood-resilient public works building is taking shape …

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Where We’re Going and How We Get There Together (Free Download)

By The Climate Reality Project

April 14, 2021 | 5:00 AM Where We’re Going and How We Get There Together (Free Download) The US needs to reach net-zero emissions by 2050 if we have any hope of beating the climate crisis. We think we know …

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The EPA Is Asking a Virgin Islands Refinery for Information on its Spattering of Neighbors With Oil

By Inside Climate News

The Environmental Protection Agency is asking the owners of a recently restarted oil refinery in the U.S. Virgin Islands to turn over information related to a February event that spattered more than 130 homes with oil and contaminated the drinking …

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Why We Need a Bold US NDC

By The Climate Reality Project

It’s hard to overstate the stakes leading up to this year’s COP 26 UN climate conference. When negotiators arrive – fingers crossed – in Glasgow this November to hammer out a stronger version of the Paris Agreement first reached back …

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Biden’s Paris Goal: Pressure Builds for a 50 Percent Greenhouse Gas Cut by 2030

By Inside Climate News

The United States is back in the Paris climate accord, but the depth of its commitment will become clear only in the next two weeks, when President Joe Biden unveils the details of the nation’s pledge for reducing greenhouse gas …

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The Climate Crisis is Hurting Latin America – Take Action Now To Stop It

By The Climate Reality Project

April 12, 2021 | 8:30 AM The Climate Crisis is Hurting Latin America – Take Action Now To Stop It Learn how you can help put the climate crisis at the center of the public agenda across Latin America to …

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Affirmative defense… of who?

By Earthworks

Each state implements environmental policy differently. Obviously, each state has different regulations that change the way oil and gas operators behave. A key way that state discretion over environmental policy shows up is the Clean Air Act’s  National Ambient Air …

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Young Cook Islanders gain job skills while helping protect threatened bird

By Seacology

April 16, 2021 Even in the remote, idyllic Cook Islands of the south Pacific, island ecosystems need active conservation to prevent damage from invasive species, global warming, and other threats. Seacology has worked with communities there for two decades, from …

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Seacology returns to Samoa, where it all started

By Seacology

April 16, 2021 The people of Setāfaō Saipipi Village had already taken meaningful steps to protect their precious coral reefs, but they were thinking bigger. Thanks to a partnership with Seacology, they’ve now greatly expanded their stewardship of this vulnerable …

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Seacology projects keep Mexican lobster fisheries healthy

By Seacology

April 14, 2021 By Marisol Rueda Flores Lobster production is one of Mexico’s most important fisheries, contributing more than 806 million pesos ($40 million USD) to the national fishing sector each year. In the country’s coastal states, we find efforts …

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EARTH DAY 2021

By Rainforest Trust

Bolivia is ranked third in the world for forest loss, with the country’s Bajo Paragua forest as ground zero in the fight to save the Amazon Rainforest from logging, fire, and conversion to agriculture. During the terrible fire season of …

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Falling fast

By Ancient Forest Alliance

Share this far and wide! Three decades after the so-called ‘War of the Woods,’ the logging of B.C.’s ancient forests goes on, prompting protest from a new generation of eco-activists Watt’s ‘before and after’ photos have drawn worldwide attention to …

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Pioneers in ethno-education in Caquetá: The importance of Yachaikury

By Amazon Conservation Team

This text explores the thoughts of Flora Macas Zhigue from the Yachaikury School in Colombia on the importance of ethno-education. Life is a long path of wisdom, full of blessings, lessons, and joy, but also difficulties and disappointments. In the …

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Pioneras en la etno-educación en el Caquetá: La importancia de Yachaikury

By Amazon Conservation Team

Este texto hace un recorrido desde el sentir de Flora Macas Zhigue, Institución Educativa Rural Indigena Especial Yachaikury.  La vida es un camino largo y sabio, llenos de bendiciones, de aprendizajes, de alegrías, de gozos, pero también de dificultades, de desaciertos y finalmente solo me queda gratitud con la …

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What we don’t know can still hurt us — and derail climate plans

By Earthworks

Authors: Raphael Breit & Nadia Steinzor In the last few years, some states have tried to get serious about climate change by setting pollution reduction goals in line with international agreements. But these goals were designed using an incomplete picture …

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Job Posting- Forest Campaigner

By Ancient Forest Alliance

Share this far and wide! Duration: Full-time, permanent contract position Location: Vancouver Island or Lower Mainland (home office). Must be willing/able to travel to Victoria occasionally. Compensation: $55,000-60,000 per annumDeadline for applications: Sunday, May 2, 2021Start date: May 17, 2021  The Ancient …

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Job Posting- Communications Coordinator

By Ancient Forest Alliance

Share this far and wide! Duration: Full-time, permanent contract position Location: Vancouver Island or Lower Mainland (home office). Must be willing/able to travel to Victoria occasionally and around the South Coast. Compensation: between $55-$60,000 per annumDeadline for applications: Sunday, May 2, 2021Start …

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‘War in the woods’: activists blockade Vancouver Island in bid to save ancient trees

By Ancient Forest Alliance

Share this far and wide! The GuardianApril 8, 2021 Activists block a logging road to oppose the cutting of old growth trees in the Caycuse watershed on southern Vancouver Island. Illustration: Jesse Winter/The Guardian Loggers say blockades threaten their livelihoods as …

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Scientists look for the Holy Grail: The whitest paint ever

By Grist

White roofs are one of those climate solutions that sound too good to be true. Compared to solar panels and electric cars, painting the roof of a building white is a suspiciously cheap, analog way to usher in a low-carbon …

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CBE and Global Green Tackles Formulating a 10-Year Sustainability Proposal and Long-Term Strategic Recommendations

By Global Green USA

Written by Harvard students Christine Song & Kelsey Ge Every semester, Harvard Undergraduate Consulting on Business and the Environment chooses to take on a pro-bono case, which is decided based on the social impact of the casework and company involved. …

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Georgia Senators fight to keep clean energy jobs in the Peach State with SK Innovation settlement

By Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

Jennifer Rennicks, Brady Watson, and Bryan Jacob | April 15, 2021 | Clean Transportation, Elections, Electric Vehicles, Georgia Newly-elected U.S. Senators Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff representing Georgia both ardently voiced support for clean energy jobs and investments during …

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A summary of the climate-related funding proposals in the American Jobs Plan

By Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

Brady Watson | April 15, 2021 | Climate Change, Energy Efficiency, Energy Policy As we mentioned in our blog post a few weeks back, the American Jobs Plan introduced by President Biden contains a variety of climate and clean energy-related …

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What we don’t know can still hurt us — and derail climate plans

By Earthworks

Authors: Raphael Breit & Nadia Steinzor In the last few years, some states have tried to get serious about climate change by setting pollution reduction goals in line with international agreements. But these goals were designed using an incomplete picture …

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Clean energy bonanza: Biden’s budget tries to undo Trump’s damage

By Grist

For four years straight, President Donald Trump tried to gut the budgets of federal agencies focusing on climate and the environment. The former president proposed canceling clean energy research, cutting federal support to prevent flooding, and winnowing down crucial federal …

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Stakeholders request FERC hold Technical Conference on Southeast market issues

By Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

Maggie Shober | April 9, 2021 | Energy Policy, Utilities One thing has become clear from the various comments submitted to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) on the Southeast Energy Exchange Market or SEEM: there is a strong desire …

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As Solarize Asheville-Buncombe County Looks to Expand Crowd-Sourced Solar, We Examine the Impacts of SACE’s Solar System in Asheville

By Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

SACE installed solar at our Asheville office in 2014 as part of ‘Solarize Asheville.’ A new effort to Solarize Asheville-Buncombe kicks off tomorrow. So we’d like to share an update. The SACE array was officially interconnected to the Duke Energy …

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The Pandemic Effect – Efficiency Performance and Energy Affordability Challenges in 2020

By Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

The COVID-19 pandemic made energy bills even more unaffordable for families in the Southeast, while utility energy efficiency programs also took a hit. New data shows how the response taken by each utility impacted their efficiency performance in a year …

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Nithya Ramanathan Selected as a 2021 TED Fellow

By Nexleaf Analytics

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Nithya joins the newest class of 20 global visionaries, sharing their big ideas throughout the events planned for 2021. LOS ANGELES, March 30, 2021 – Dr. Nithya Ramanathan has been selected as a TED Fellow, joining a …

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Castañer, Puerto Rico Selected for New Solar Energy Microgrid Project

By Solar Foundation

San Juan, PR, March 22, 2021 – The village of Castañer, Puerto Rico has been selected to receive support for a solar energy microgrid project, as part of an initiative led by The Solar Foundation and Pathstone Corp. to strengthen …

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Profile: How Porthos is decarbonizing industry in the Netherlands

By Clean Air Task Force

Decarbonizing industry is particularly vital for countries like the Netherlands where a significant proportion of emissions come from industrial hubs. With the revision of the Trans-European Networks for Energy (TEN-E) Regulation firmly on the climate agenda, Mark Driessen from Porthos …

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Age is Just a Number

By Water for Good

You may be asking yourself WHY would a 67-year-old journey to a remote country in the middle of a global pandemic and national rebel activity? Because he’s committed to the people in the CAR. Unless you’re planning on taking a …

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CATF statement: D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Vacates Trump-era EPA Rule

By Clean Air Task Force

Yesterday, the DC Circuit Court of Appeals threw out an eleventh-hour attempt by the Trump Administration to limit greenhouse gas emissions standards to power plants, ignoring all other industrial sources of CO2 that must be regulated under the Clean Air …

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A Simple Solution

By 20 Liters

A Simple Solution Stephanie and Claver live in a rural area of Rwanda with their three children. Like many people in their community, they knew that dirty water could cause sickness. So, they would try to boil their water before …

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Biden Infrastructure Plan: Water Components

By Pacific Institute

March 31, 2021   by Peter Gleick and Cora Kammeyer Earlier today, President Biden announced the first components of his proposed $2 trillion national infrastructure plan to rebuild failing, aging, and outdated water, energy, transportation, and communications systems. While the …

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Biden’s New Interior Secretary Deb Haaland Is Unprecedented—More for Her Climate Warrior Politics Than Her Identity

By Food First

Sonali Kolhatkar | 03.26.2021 <!– –> This article was produced by Economy For All, a project of the Independent Media Institute. In her farewell address to the House of Representatives, New Mexico Congresswoman Deb Haaland said to her colleagues about …

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MESA Steward profile: Samuel Kangethe

By Multinational Exchange for Sustainable Agriculture

My name is Samuel Kangethe, born 42 years ago in a small village in Central Kenya, raised by peasant farmer parents. When not in school my 7 siblings and I helped tend the crops on my parents’ less than one …

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Case studies of self-governance to reduce technology risk

By Centre on Long-Term Risk

Self-governance occurs when private actors coordinate to address issues that are not obviously related to profit, with minimal involvement from governments and standards bodies. Historical cases of self-governance to reduce technology risk are rare. I find 6 cases that seem …

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Guaranteed Income Programs: A Potential Lifeline for Low-Income Women of Color in Crisis

By National Community Reinvestment Coalition NCRC

This is one in a series of articles about the pandemic and America’s First Female Recession. See more here. Low-income women of color in America bear the weight of racism, sexism and classism – both in their interactions with other …

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Community organizations seek a sharp focus on rigor, equity and responsible lending and banking practices in CRA reform

By National Community Reinvestment Coalition NCRC

This is the third in a series of articles reviewing public comments submitted in response to the Federal Reserve’s Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to revise Community Reinvestment Act rules. See the first here and the second here. Two previous …

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NCRC Applauds HUD’s Effort to Reinstate Critical Fair Housing Rules

By National Community Reinvestment Coalition NCRC

Today, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Affairs (HUD) took action to reinstate the critical 2013 Discriminatory Effects Rule which helps prevent discriminatory practices, and restore crucial portions of the 2015 Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule which ensures that …

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Ncrc opposes the deposit insurance application of Payservices, Inc. for failing to include a CRA plan

By National Community Reinvestment Coalition NCRC

April 8th, 2021 John HenrieRegional DirectorFederal Deposit Insurance Corporation10 10th Street, NESuite 800Atlanta, GA 30309-3849 RE: Application for Deposit Insurance (New Bank) from PayServices, Inc. Dear Mr. Henrie: Please kindly accept our comment on the application from PayServices, Inc. (Delray …

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The BIPOC Caregiver

By National Community Reinvestment Coalition NCRC

This is one in a series of articles about the pandemic and America’s First Female Recession. See more here. Our care systems, deeply rooted in racial and gender inequities for those providing paid and unpaid care work, are in need …

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Simone Smillie: DC Women’s Business Center Founder Feature

By National Community Reinvestment Coalition NCRC

Simone Smillie, a native New Yorker, moved to Washington, D.C., in 2016 to pursue her graduate degree in Development Economics at American University.  After graduating, Smillie started a new job as an analyst in Downtown D.C. She planned to launch …

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Joint letter on the product and program limits imposed on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac

By National Community Reinvestment Coalition NCRC

(Download) April 6, 2021 The Honorable Janet YellenSecretaryDepartment of the Treasury1500 Pennsylvania Ave, NWWashington, DC 20220 The Honorable Mark A. CalabriaDirectorFederal Housing Finance Agency400 7th St, SWWashington, DC 20024 Dear Secretary Yellen and Director Calabria, We are writing to express …

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Joint industry-advocates letter on delaying compliance with the general loan definition under the CFPB’s Qualified Mortgage rule

By National Community Reinvestment Coalition NCRC

(Download) April 5, 2020 Mr. Dave UejioActing DirectorConsumer Financial Protection Bureau1700 G Street NWWashington, DC 20552 RE:        Docket No. CFPB-2021-0003; RIN 3170-AA98; Qualified Mortgage Definition under the Truth in Lending Act (Regulation Z): General QM Loan Definition; Delay of Mandatory …

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Women, Men, Race and Economic Inequality

By National Community Reinvestment Coalition NCRC

Women have made great strides in the workplace, comprising nearly half of the workforce, and surpassing men in higher education achievement. Yet, women still make less income, have less wealth, and face greater economic instability than men.   Over the last …

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Racial Wealth Snapshot: Women, Men and the Racial Wealth Divide

By National Community Reinvestment Coalition NCRC

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Forbes: After One Year Of Covid-19, America’s Retirement Crisis Is Little Changed

By National Community Reinvestment Coalition NCRC

Forbes, March 16, 2021, After One Year of Covid-19, America’s Retirement Crisis is a Little Changed A year has come and gone since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic in the United States in March 2020, upending all of our …

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input Fort Wayne: Will Electric Works be an ‘inclusive’ development in Fort Wayne?

By National Community Reinvestment Coalition NCRC

input Fort Wayne, March 17, 2021, Will Electric Works be an ‘inclusive’ development in Fort Wayne? In recent years, Fort Wayne has seen considerable growth and development in the form of public and private projects—from the Parkview Regional Medical Center’s sprawling …

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New Book! Sightline’s Guide to US Democracy Fixes

By Sightline Institute

We show up. We turn out. We overcome countless obstacles to vote and be heard. In November 2020, 150 million Americans voted. We still believe US democracy can work for us, but we have to work for it—and we’ll have …

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What Does the Future Hold for Rhinos?

By International Rhino Foundation

Next month, on May 14th, the International Rhino Foundation (IRF) will celebrate our 30th anniversary. IRF was born when several concerned individuals came together in response to the black rhino poaching crisis in Zimbabwe in the early 1990s.  A few …

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Texas craniacs celebrate historic Whooping Crane nests

By The International Crane Foundation

April 19, 2021 in I Give A Whoop, Newsroom, North America, Whooping Crane Whooping Crane pair L8-16 and L22-17 at their nest in Chambers County, Texas. The young pair, now five and four years old, met and paired in eastern …

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Travels With George – Remembering Prince Philip

By The International Crane Foundation

April 15, 2021 in Newsroom, Travels with George George Archibald (center) receives the Gold Medal from Prince Philip. Charles de Haes, Director-General of World Wildlife Fund International, stands beside them. In the spring of 1985, I was awarded the Gold …

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IRV2020’s Final Translocation

By International Rhino Foundation

A male and a female greater one-horned rhino arrived in Manas National Park in Assam, India today. The two rhinos were captured in Pobitora National Park yesterday and transported under the supervision of experts for their release. The new arrivals …

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Nepal’s Greater one-horned rhino population grows

By International Rhino Foundation

Nepal completed a new nationwide census for greater one-horned rhinos and the population now stands at 752, an increase of 107 from the previous survey in 2015. Greater one-horned rhino by Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren The census was originally scheduled for 2020, …

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Whooping Crane Eastern Population Update – April 2021

By The International Crane Foundation

April 7, 2021 in I Give A Whoop, Newsroom, North America, Whooping Crane Nests – and eggs! Our staff placed the first nest camera of the year near Whooping Crane pair 4-12 and 3-14’s nest in Marquette County, Wisconsin. Photo …

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‘Cowspiracy’ Team Dives Below the Surface: 6 Lessons From ‘Seaspiracy’

By PETA

If you’re wondering how detrimental consuming fish is, sea for yourself: In the new Netflix documentary Seaspiracy, director Ali Tabrizi lays bare how commercial fishing devastates marine animals—and what will happen if humans continue to consume fish. Created by the …

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African forest and savanna elephants recognised as two species

By David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation

News > African forest and savanna elephants recognised as two species A new assessment has recognised the African forest and savanna elephants as two separate species for the first time. This has highlighted both species are now threatened with extinction. …

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Gorilla Doctors and Gorilla Adoptions

By Gorilla Doctors

Many of you are probably aware of the Reddit challenge supporting gorilla adoptions on the r/wallstreetbets group that went viral last week. It is an amazing testament to the positive good that can happen through technology and social platforms. Whenever …

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Make Time for Makos Toolkit

By Project AWARE Foundation

The European Commissioner for Fisheries and the US Department of Commerce have the power to alter their respective positions, and we need to get them to act fast before it’s too late for the mako shark. It’s Action Time for …

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Circle of Hope Stories – Becci & Mark Crowe

By The Jane Goodall Institute

Mark and Becci Crow first learned about the Tchimpounga Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Center and sanctuary from Jane herself. They were inspired to support Africa’s largest chimpanzee sanctuary when Dr. Goodall, giving a keynote speech to the Wildlife Conservation Network, aired a …

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