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Historic Endangered Species Act Settlement — Natural History Wanderings

WildEarth Guardians News Release Progress for Protection: Report on Historic Endangered Species Act Settlement Released 160 Imperiled Species Receive Legal Protections; Challenges Remain Washington, DC — Today, WildEarth Guardians released a report — Progress for Protection — detailing the results of the organizations’ historic Endangered Species Act (ESA) settlement with the U.S.

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World’s Largest Marine Protected Area Declared In Antarctica — Natural History Wanderings

BBC reported Delegates from 24 countries and the European Union have agreed that the Ross Sea in Antarctica will become the world’s largest marine protected area (MPA).

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Not getting involved

I don’t like to be one of those people who sits at home complaining about the state of the world and doing nothing about it beyond the occasional charity donation when a TV ad begging for help moves me to get out my wallet. 231 more words

This is a Poem About a 24-pack of Aquafina Water Bottles

This is a Poem About a 24-pack of Aquafina Water Bottles
by Hallie Chametzky

This is all it is
without, as they say, a catch… 323 more words


WATCH: Prince Harry helps with elephant relocation in Malawi

Britain’s Prince Harry visited a national park in Malawi over the summer to take part in one of the world’s largest elephant relocations meant to address an imbalance in their numbers. 93 more words


Before the Flood

I strongly encourage everyone to watch this.

I love that there is someone, who almost everyone know his name, that is advocating something so important. Leonardo DiCaprio is very passionate about climate change, and he is using his power and influence to bring this issue into the light and raise awareness. 186 more words