Monthly Archives: February 2013

Palm Oil The Bungle In The Jungle

Deforestation Kills More Than Trees Industrial cultivation of palm oil is destroying millions of acres of virgin rainforest around the world. The destructive practice is destroying biodiversity and life as we know it. In Southeast Asia, orangutans, tigers, elephants and … Continue reading

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Wolf Hunt In Minnesota Could Be Suspended

Lawmakers Seek Moratorium On Wolf Hunt Legislation was introduced at the state Capitol Thursday to place a five-year moratorium on Minnesota’s wolf hunting season and call for other options for wolf population control. The bill seeks to reinstate a five-year … Continue reading

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800 Wild Horses Ripped From Nevada’s Public Lands In Two Weeks

Wild Horse Program Riddled With Abuse Federal land managers have concluded a roundup of wild horses in Northern Nevada with the removal of some 200 more of the animals from the range than planned, citing the their poor body condition … Continue reading

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