Providing for Indigenous Property Rights will Help Provide Protection to the Amazon Rainforest

A way to help curb deforestation and environmental damage in the Amazon rainforest and consequently slow down climate change is to provide indigenous communities in Brazil full indigenous property rights to their tribal lands. Nature World News : Latest News…

Breaking! Massive Oil Spill From Grounded Ship In Mauritius, An Island Nation In East Africa, Is Causing An Environmental Disaster

Photo from Greenpeace Africa An environmental catastrophe has been unfolding on the island of Mauritius, after a Japanese cargo ship, vessel MV Wakashio, struck a reef off the country’s coast. One thousand metric tons of oil has already leaked into the…

Moving Towards A Net-Zero Emissions Economy & Plant-Based Food Structure Could Generate 19 Million New Jobs In Latin America & The Caribbean By 2030

A recently released study by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the International Labour Organization (ILO) claims that the transition to a net-zero emissions economy could create millions of new jobs in Latin America and the Caribbean by 2030. The report…

Slaughter of Australian cattle in Indonesia investigated after distressing video released

Australian Livestock Exporters’ Council CEO says killings in the video are inappropriate and unacceptable Federal agencies are investigating the slaughter of Australian cattle in the Indonesian province of Aceh after distressing new video footage emerged. Animals Australia on Friday made…

Lake Erie (Ohio) wildlife rehab centers continue to save lives, despite pandemic challenges: The center receives around 2,800 animals a year, including 160 bird species. 1,000 of the birds are migrants that survive flying into the sides of buildings

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“We Need Sharks In Our Oceans, Not Fins In Our Bowls,” More Than 200 Restaurants Across The United States & Canada Continue To Serve Shark Fin Soup

As Shark Week kicks off this week, more than 200 restaurants across the United States and Canada are exacerbating the rapid decline in shark species by continuing to serve shark fin soup. According to an online database maintained by the…

Three parks and wildlife employees die in helicopter crash during bighorn sheep survey

Officials say the pilot survived the crash in south-western Texas and cause of crash is under investigation Three Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) employees have been killed in a helicopter crash while conducting aerial surveys for desert bighorn sheep…

Beyond Meat Goes Beyond By Expanding Distribution & Sales In The U.S. With New Sam’s Club & BJ’s Wholesale Partnerships

Beyond Meat is continuing to increase accessibility to plant-based meat through the development of new sales channels, including club and convenience stores. The company, which offers an 8-pack of its flagship Beyond Burger, first broke into the club channel last…

Hundreds Of Whales Brutally Slaughtered In The Faroe Islands During Sickening Whale Hunting Season; This Must End!

Photos by: Sea Shepherd Animal activists from around the world are mourning the death of hundreds of whales and dolphins after the Faroe Islands’ horrific whale hunting “tradition” continued last month. Many had hoped for this year’s whaling season to…

Glaciers in the Patagonia Mountains Show Dramatic Changes of Global Warming for a Century

A project of ‘before & after’ photographs of glaciers in Patagonia shows the dramatic impact of global warming in the past century.Images taken in the year 1913 were replicated with their present-day equivalent, exposing the damages wrought by climate change.…

Concerning News As An Estimated 250 Chinese Fishing Vessels Found Near The Galápagos Islands; Killing Protected Species, As Well As Sharks For Their Fins

Photo Jax Oliver, Sea Shepherd On July 17th, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) reported an unusual concentration of Chinese-flagged fishing vessels congregating in the high seas of the Eastern Tropical Pacific, a maritime region that includes the Galapagos Marine Reserve.…

FOUR PAWS Rescues Two Asiatic Black Bear Cubs From The Illegal Wildlife Trade In Vietnam After Smuggler Tried To Sell Them Online

Photos from FOUR PAWS Global animal welfare organization FOUR PAWS has just rescued two Asiatic black bear cubs that were confiscated by the environmental police in Lai Chau Province at the Vietnam border to China on July 21, 2020. The…

EcoPlant and Atlas Machine Collaborate to Bring Green IoT Solutions to US Factories

EcoPlant, a leading provider of revolutionary industrial IoT solutions for compressed air systems partners with Atlas Machine & Supply Inc., a distributor and service provider of industrial air compressors to enhance the compressed air system technology used in U.S. factories.…

Joaquin Phoenix & Ricky Gervais Are Among Many Influential Stars Demanding An End To Bear Bile Farming In Animals Asia’s New “The Only Cure Is Kindness” Campaign

A galaxy of global superstars, led by comedian Ricky Gervais, pop star Mýa, actors Dame Judi Dench, Olivia Newton John, and Tzi Ma, as well as world renowned conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall, have all come together to record an impassioned video calling for…

Coyote Faces Some Of The Deadliest Reptiles Around The World | Coyote Peterson: Brave The Wild

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New Research Proposes Strategy Against Invasive Weed Mimosa Diplotricha That Disrupts African Livelihoods

A new research urgently calls for biological control and an integrated management strategy in fighting Mimosa diplotricha, an invasive weed that threatens southern and eastern African livelihoods. Nature World News : Latest News Pet Deal Update: Autoship & Save at…

Breaking! Bill To Ban The Possession Of Wildlife “Trophies” In California Passes Assembly Committee With 8-3 Vote & Is One Step Closer To Becoming Law

Today, Senate Bill 1175 passed the California Assembly Committee on Water, Parks, and Wildlife by a vote of 8-3. The bill will cut off imports of any wildlife into the state that could spread zoonotic disease like COVID-19 or that are invasive…

Urgent Call To Action! Calls Needed Tomorrow At 10AM PST To Support CA Bill That Would Ban The Possession Of Parts From Africa’s Most Iconic Species

CALL TO ACTION NEEDED TOMORROW, AUGUST 4TH, at 10AM PST! The Los Angeles Times reported on a LA trophy hunter who has been exposed for killing an endangered elephant in Africa. He’s now a target in a bid to end trophy…

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Shocking News! Female Wolf Killed By The Washington Department Of Fish & Wildlife Leaving Only Two Wolves Remaining In Her Pack

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) reported today that a non-breeding adult female wolf from the Wedge pack in the Kettle Range in northeast Washington was killed yesterday, leaving only two wolves in the pack. This action comes…

Urgent Call To Action! South African Citizens Needed To Help Stop Cruel Shipment Of Up To 85,000 Sheep To The Middle East

As the National Council of SPCAs (NSPCA) prepares for a third court hearing on August 6th to stop the proposed shipment of between 55,000 to 85,000 live sheep to the Middle East, Humane Society International/Africa is urging South African citizens…

Fine-Particle Air Pollution Has Decreased Across the US, but Poor and Minority Communities Are Still the Most Polluted

Fine particulate matter air pollution is especially dangerous: Microscopic particles readily enter the lungs, bloodstream and brain, with health effects that include infant death, reduced life expectancy for adults, cancer, lung disease and heart disease. Nature World News : Latest…

Nike and Puma flouting California ban on selling kangaroo leather goods, animal rights group claims

State’s government concedes it has not enforced ban as group calls for crackdown over alleged violations of law The California government has acknowledged it has been unable to enforce its ban on selling kangaroo leather products, after an animal protection…

U.S. House Of Representatives Passes Amendment Increasing Funding By $1.5 Million For The Protection Of Critically Endangered North Atlantic Right Whales

Yesterday, the United States House of Representatives approved an amendment to the fiscal year 2021 Commerce, Justice, and Science appropriations bill, increasing funding for monitoring and researching the critically endangered North Atlantic right whale by $ 1.5 million. The additional funds…

Nonhuman Rights Project Fights To Save Minnie, A 48-Year-Old Elephant That Spent Her Life Enslaved For Entertainment To Be Released From Commerford Zoo After Claims That They Can No Longer Care For Her

Earlier this week, the Nonhuman Rights Project (NhRP) sent letters to local, state, and federal agencies urging them to immediately investigate after a Goshen-based traveling circus publicly acknowledged that its unable to provide basic care for Minnie, the elephant in its custody,…