Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Slaughter of Up to 900 Wild Bison at Yellowstone Park Sparks Federal Lawsuit to...

The National Park Service is scheduled to capture and facilitate the killing of up to 900 bison inside Yellowstone Park starting on Feb. 15. During the capture and kill operation, the park service closes parts of the park to public access.

Sri Lanka Is First Country in the World to Apologize for Its Role in...

"Those elephants were victimized by the cruelty of certain people. But all of human society is responsible. We destroyed those innocent lives to take those tusks. We have to ask for pardon from them.”

New Study: First Commercialized GM Crop Was Toxic to Farm Animals over Long-Term

This study reveals once again the urgent need for specific labeling of the identity and quantity of GMOs, especially in food and feed.

California Fish Species Plummet To Record Lows

The operation of the state and federal water projects by the California Department of Water Resources and Bureau of Reclamation has brought fisheries to historic lows.

This Mexican Company Is Converting Plastic Into Affordable (And Eco-Friendly) Housing

EcoDomum is turning an environmental problem into a housing solution.

German Environment Agency Finds Increase of Glyphosate in Urine Since 2001

In 2001 glyphosate was detected in the urine of only 10% of the participants, in 2013 it was present in just under 60% of the test group, and most recently in 2015, it was 40%.

After a Year of Pledges and Promises, Are We Any Closer to Saving the...

Thousands of acres of milkweed will be planted in the spring—but environmental groups say the focus on habitat isn’t enough.

A Lake Twice the Size of Los Angeles has Evaporated—and It May Never Return

Climate change has contributed to the destruction of Bolivia’s second-largest lake, a refuge for wildlife and the livelihood of hundreds of people.

Huge Hydropower Plant to Harness Seawater and Solar Power in South America’s Driest Desert

A 300-megawatt solar and hydropower plant, found in the Atacama Desert in Chile, will use solar power to move seawater up a tunnel to the top of a mountain for water storage and will release the water back down to generate power.

People Over Politics: Michigan Militia Joins Michael Moore to Protest Flint Water Crisis

The water crisis in Flint, Michigan is bringing together some strange bedfellows in the name of helping a situation we all can relate to.