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National Parks Valorizing Flora & Fauna

Glad to see chefs in South America leading this innovative form of entrepreneurial conservation, and crossing country borders to do so:

Bolivian national park serving up sustainable ingredients for fine dining…

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Happy 28th Anniversary to the Central Park Zoo

Tomorrow is the 28th anniversary of the Central Park Zoo. The long history of the zoo is fascinating – you can read all about it here… 72 more words


Unexpected Treasures at Prospect Park Zoo

The Wildlife Conservation Society has 5 zoos and aquariums (Bronx Zoo, Central Park Zoo, Prospect Park Zoo, Queens Zoo, and New York Aquarium), and each one has its own strengths and personality. 579 more words

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Global Climate Change Inequity: Who’s Carrying Whom?

by Coco Coyle

Because the Earth’s atmosphere intermixes globally, all areas of the globe are equally exposed to greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs). However, some countries are more vulnerable to the effects of these emissions, while some countries release more GHGs into the atmosphere than others. 444 more words

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Baby owls born at Queens Zoo

FLUSHING, Queens — A trio of baby owls recently emerged from their burrow at the Queens Zoo and they are a hoot.

The owlets were born in late May or early June, according to the… 99 more words


Visiting the New York Aquarium

New York City may not have the largest aquarium, but it’s an aquarium with history, heart, and a mission. The New York Aquarium has been situated next to the Coney Island boardwalk since the 1950s, but it actually traces its roots back to the nineteenth century, when it originally opened in 1896 in… 529 more words

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Social Issue: Poaching

By Caroline Galliani

The Crown (Willamette, Illinois)

Each year students in Regina Dominican’s graphic design class create a social issue poster that visually conveys an issue they feel strongly about. 667 more words