No Room For Horses?

SOURCE: The Wildlife News By Erik Molvar, Western Watersheds Project When Erik Molvar of Western Watersheds Project (WWP) and Val Cecama-Hogsett of Citizens Against Equine Slaughter (CAES) met at a law conference in the spring of 2016, they had differing views of wild horses but they also had one clear common goal: to change the […]

via Environmental and Wild Horse Advocates Agree: Livestock are the Problem on Western Ranges — Straight from the Horse’s Heart


This single photo of a hermit crab illustrates the sad reality of plastic pollution.. This happened recently when Kerstin Langenberger Photography released a picture of an emaciated polar bear, which stunned many of its viewers into silence and made them realize just how vital it is to continue speaking up on behalf of our planet. […]

via Photo of a Hermit Crab Illustrates the Sad Reality of How Our Plastic Pollution Impacts Animals | One Green Planet — “OUR WORLD”


Plastic pollution in the sea Killing birds and fish with ease, Micro plastic injested and leading to death We should fight with our last breath, To stop the pollution of their home Most people simply do not know, How badly the ocean is being infected By plastic substances, which we too are injesting, Every time […]

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We are now producing nearly 300 million tons of plastic every year, half of which is for single use. More than 8 million tons of plastic is dumped into our oceans every year – source plastic in our oceans is harmful to the environment, marine life, and humans – a substitute packaging material made […]

via Plastic Pollution — The Mad Hatters

Extremely Scary Statistics…time to really get worried!

Today’s post is dedicated to listing the current species that are under the Critically Endangered (CR) conservation status, according to the World Wildlife Fund. What does Critically Endangered (CR) mean? A: Critically Endangered (CR) is the conservation status given to a species that face the highest risk of becoming extinct. This means that a species has passed the Vulnerable (VU) status, as well as […]

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