So this is what it’s come to – figuring out what species to save and those we allow to become extinct due to a lack of resources (and will) . Which will become the “living dead” and zombie species? How will we choose?
I shudder to think how many animals are killed globally each year as the result of collisions with vehicles.
One of the challenges of preserving biodiversity is the cuteness factor. The plight of the panda gets a lot of attention and dollars, but what about something like Australia’s aptly named blobfish?
More than a third of the calories produced by the world’s crops are being used for animal feed.
A story on the plight of dogs in Detroit is a reminder to make your next pet a “recycled” one.
Fracking can screw up our groundwater supplies – and it goes beyond contamination by fracking chemicals and methane.
A small but sweet and bubbly victory for the environment and those who make a few bucks from recycling soda cans occurred in Australia this week.
This isn’t mock meat, it’s the real thing; just grown in a test tube – and it’s about to make history.
Humans have created a smog of sorts under the sea in the form of noise that “blinds” some creatures, leads others to abandon their habitat and in some cases, die.
Lies, damned lies and energy companies. The Fukushima nuclear crisis saga drags on.