Saturday, November 27, 2021

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The spawning, which was seen from recorded videos off the coast of Cairns, Queensland, "gives the scientists who observed it hope for the vulnerable ecosystem."

Amazonian manatees populations seem to be on the rise

“As they are protected and it has been made illegal to sell them, the species has had room to grow and the expectation is that [the population] is increasing.”

All 3 men found guilty of murdering Ahmaud Arbery

“It’s been a long fight. It’s been a hard fight, but God is good… I never thought this day would come, but God is good, and I just want to tell everybody thank you, thank you for those who marched, those who prayed.”

Bernie opposes exorbitant defense spending bill

“Isn’t it strange how even as we end the longest war in our nation’s history concerns about the deficit and national debt seem to melt away under the influence of the powerful Military Industrial Complex?”

Nearly 200 activists arrested in DC demanding passage of voting rights legislation

“We are here today to send a message that President Biden must take action now to ensure the promise of our democracy and protect our freedom to vote.”

LAPD motorcycle cop charged with filing false report and perjury

“Investigators working in partnership with the Justice System Integrity Division of the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office established probable cause to believe that the officer’s BWV (body worn video) footage was inconsistent with the written report.”

EPA finds two widely used pesticides harm majority of endangered species

Atrazine and glyphosate are both causing severe harm to many of the plants and animals protected under the Endangered Species Act.

The carbon capture plants that COP26 didn’t discuss

The time has come to stop viewing these plants with a blind eye and start to use them in an effective way.

State trooper charged with stealing heroin from evidence room

Brian Rickard allegedly stole heroin from the Troop R, Honesdale evidence room before ingesting the narcotic at work and at home.

The gap between climate rhetoric and reality: The Fossil Fuelled 5

Among those five wealthy countries analyzed, the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Norway and Australia, all plan to approve and subsidize new fossil fuel projects despite their claims of leading in the climate fight, the report concluded.

Saving our planet requires systemic and behavioral change

For the environmental emergency to be faced with the intensity needed, and healing to occur, a dramatic shift is required.

Natural Asset Companies and the plan to financialize the commons

"Are we fighting to save ourselves and our living planet or are we fighting to maintain business as usual?”

The fate of the US wolf heads to federal court

Wildlife advocates are hoping to put wolves back under the Endangered Species Act while government attorneys are claiming wolves are resilient and will bounce back easily and do not need to be put under federal jurisdiction.