Soil and Water Pollution, Kenya Mankind's "respect " for life, the Planet, upcoming generations & selves ! We are little better than rodents when we leave this in our wake ! What a legacy to our young and their future !
Pruitt signaled before his appointment he loathed the EPA and railed against it - now he is "nailing it to the cross"! He has dismantled many protective measures, sacked key staff, increased his personal spend, axed critical content on EPA site, etc. HE IS A TRAITOR ! He needs to GO NOW !
The walruses are telling us what the polar bears have told us and what many indigenous people have told us in the high Arctic, and that is that the Arctic environment is changing extremely rapidly and it is time for the rest of the world to take notice and also to take action to address the root causes of climate change" - BUT WILL MANKIND HEED THE WARNING THAT WE ARE HEADING FOR DEEP TROUBLE ?
Trump administration takes first massive step for drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge - NationofChange
The Trump administration claims drilling in ANWR will help "our nation's energy demands and achieve energy dominance," but environmental groups strongly disagree.
Brazil suspends Amazon mining decree in face of criticism
Brazil's government said late on Thursday it would suspend action on a decree opening a vast section of the Amazon rain forest to mining, backtracking in t
Bolsonaro doubts tribal leader's 'murder', repeats call to mine the Amazon
The international community is speaking out against the killing of an indigenous tribal leader in Brazil's Amazon, even as the country's president says there no evidence of foul play.
Brazil's answer to Greta Thunberg wants help protecting Amazon rainforest and its tribes
She is only 16 and from a remote Brazilian village on the Tapajos River in the heart of the Amazon, but her plea has been heard at the United Nations and the Vatican.
As the Brazilian Amazon Burns, Indigenous Peoples Take a Stand
Last month Amazon Watch visited the Munduruku people in the Amazonian state of Pará, whose nation stretches the vast Tapajós River basin. Our stay in the contested Sawré Muybu territory was illustrative of the spiraling threats faced by Indigenous peoples in Bolsonaro’s Brazil.
Amazon deforestation is close to tipping point
Deforestation of the Amazon is about to reach a threshold beyond which the region's tropical rainforest may undergo irreversible changes that transform the landscape into degraded savanna with sparse, shrubby plant cover and low biodiversity. This warning derives from an editorial published in the journal Science Advances co-authored by Thomas Lovejoy, a professor at George Mason University in the United States, and Carlos Nobre, chair of Brazil's National Institute of Science & Technology…
Trump puts hold on this week’s decision to again allow trophies from elephant hunts in Zimbabwe
The Trump administration is reversing a rule that banned the import of trophies from elephants legally hunted in Zimbabwe and Zambia.
Scientists came to explore the fabled waters of the Arctic — but their work could also change its future.
The researchers examining the icy waters of the Northwest Passage faced a dilemma: By mapping the pristine region that’s only now becoming navigable because of climate change, they could be helping to eventually facilitate more tourism and shipping.