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Climate change efforts are making global warming worse, Cambridge physicist explains

29 mins ago From natureworldnews.com  View Original Article

Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA - Climate change is a global problem that has been plaguing us for years. And while experts around the world are persistent in finding ways to curb the effects of climate change, Cambridge engineering professor Michael Kelly says the attempts to fix it ...

Environmentalists are very worried about Brazil's new government

2 hours ago From pri.org  View Original Article

Minneapolis, MINNESOTA - For some environmentalists, it’s a fitting name. They are genuinely fearful that the interim leadership will plow down years of modest environmental protection gains.

That’s despite appointing a Green Party member, José Sarney Filho, a ...

Poland starts logging primeval Bialowieza forest despite protests

21 hours ago From theguardian.com  View Original Article

London, U K - Poland has started logging in the ancient Bialowieza forest, which includes some of Europe’s last primeval woodland, despite fierce protests from environmental groups battling to save the World Heritage site.

“The operation began today ...

Major fishing deal offers protection to Arctic waters

21 hours ago From theguardian.com  View Original Article

London, U K - Fishermen and seafood suppliers struck a major deal on Wednesday that will protect a key Arctic region from industrial fishing for cod.

Companies including McDonald’s, Tesco, Birds Eye, Europe’s largest frozen fish processor, Espersen, ...

Plastic has deep effect on sea life

22 hours ago From citizen.co.za  View Original Article

Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA - It was World Turtle Day yesterday, and here to remind us is Bob. He was a severely injured green turtle that was found on a beach at the De Hoop Nature reserve, in the Western Cape in 2014, and taken to the Two Oceans Aquarium, in Cape Town.
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Acidifying waters put Dungeness crabs at risk

24 hours ago From climatecentral.org  View Original Article

Princeton, NEW JERSEY - When it comes to American culinary institutions, the Dungeness crabs that are hauled ashore from California to Washington state every winter season are the crustacean equivalents of apple pie.

The bountiful crab meat is a holiday stapl ...

Europe’s clampdown on illegal logging shows signs of progress, studies show

24 hours ago From ecosystemmarketplace.com  View Original Article

Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - Earlier this month, a team of eight experts assessed years of research in an independent evaluation on the European Union’s action plan to curb illegal logging, known formally as the Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) Action Plan.

Steven Tyler, Joan Jett among narrators for Discovery Channel’s ‘Hello World!’ series

27 hours ago From loudwire.com  View Original Article

Greenwich, CONNECTICUT - Music will meet nature in a new Discovery Channel series this summer. Beginning July 9, the network will begin airing a six-part family-friendly series titled Hello World! that will take a look at the wonders of the natural world through the narratio ...

Obama's ban on plastic microbeads failed in one huge way

44 hours ago From huffingtonpost.com  View Original Article

New York, NEW YORK - Stiv Wilson chose his battle three and a half years ago. The problem is, he still doesn't know who all his opponents are.

An environmental activist fixated on curbing plastic pollution in the oceans he loves to surf and sail, Wilson fo ...

Air pollution kills 7 million people annually – UNEP

44 hours ago From bellanaija.com  View Original Article

Lagos, NIGERIA - Air Pollution kills seven million people across the world annually and of this, household pollution kills 4.3 million, particularly women and children in developing countries.

This is contained in a new report released by the second Un ...

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Climate change : Biodiversity loss alarming

Action: Climate Change

The Federal Climate Change Secretary Syed Abu Ahmad Akif has pledged to stem biodiversity loss in the country in collaboratio ...

Restore funding for citizen science, frogs

Action: Wildlife Conservation

Frog songs are music to our ears -- but they're also a key tool for tracking the health of wildlife and ecosystems. For years ...

How human greed is destroying vast swathes of a rainforest dubbed 'the earth's lungs' - pushing the Sumatran orangutan one step closer to extinction

Action: Stop Deforestation

The orphaned orangutan sits quietly as the vet listens to his heartbeat - barely moving, bedraggled, seemingly on the point o ...

Plastic has deep effect on sea life

Action: Stop Pollution

It was World Turtle Day yesterday, and here to remind us is Bob. He was a severely injured green turtle that was found on a b ...

Hold your ground: No new drilling in the Gulf

Action: Save Our Oceans

Join the tide of resistance to oil and gas drilling in the Gulf of Mexico. Hundreds rallied for "No New Leases" in March on a ...

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