Mandy Froelich – Iceland will continue to hunt whales regardless of world opinion.
Mandy Froelich – Global consumption of palm oil is driving their extinction.
Olivia Rosane – Some of the hives had also been tossed into a pond.
Olivia Rosane – Nature versus politics.
Heather Callaghan – This is connected to the agricultural industry.
Dylan Charles – The project is already a major win in the fight against wildlife poachers and illegal loggers.
Vic Bishop – A huge win for animal rights activists who’ve been fighting exploitation of tigers for years.
Vic Bishop – Another sad example of how disconnected we’ve become from nature.
Lana Straub – Take a closer look at what has been left behind after the drilling.
Daniel Dowling – What happens if we propagate the message that money is more sacred then life?
Video – Watch what happens when Kevin Richardson treats wild lions and Hyenas as his brothers and sisters. Nature is amazing!
Mike Sygula – “There are two vital tools needed to improve our life on this planet and start living more sustainably: education and compassion.”
Damian Carrington, The Guardian Waking Times Species across land, rivers and seas decimated as humans kill for food in unsustainable numbers and destroy habitats. The number of wild animals on…
Nicholas Barrett, Mongabay Waking Times Small fragments of plastic waste are damaging the health of lugworms, putting a key cog in marine ecosystems at risk. Published in Current Biology, a new…
Lacey Avery, Mongabay Waking Times In the next few months, the beating of fragile fiery orange and black wings will transport the monarch butterfly south. But the number of monarch…
Christina M. Russo, Mongabay Waking Times Editor’s Note: This is an incredibly difficult story to look at, as it highlights in graphic detail how poachers are slaughtering the last remaining…
Kevin Grandia, DeSmogBlog Waking Times As a Canadian it blows my mind that we can have the second largest deposits of oil in the world, but our government remains billions…
Jeremy Hance & Rhett A. Butler, Mongabay Waking Times While a new study warns that up to 100M sharks are killed annually, there are signs out of China that demand…
The Children’s Eternal Rainforest in central Costa Rica is one of the most biologically diverse areas in the Americas. Sadly, however, it is being surrounded by development and pasture so that the natural migration of animals to and from the rainforest is already severely impaired. This short video was produced to advocate for the creation of a biological corridor to protect the treasures of this area.