November 10, 2018 2018 in Environmental Review for Southeast Asia Burning rainforests on Borneo and Sumatra to make space for palm oil plantations By: Gregory McCann ttps://www.asiasentinel.com/society/2018-environmental-review-southeast-asia/ As 2018 comes to a close it is worth taking a look at the environmental trends throughout the year, with a special emphasis on those within the last […]
This 2015 video says about itself: Stop the Killing of Thousands of Mauritius’ Flying Foxes Photo Credit: Jacques de Speville The Mauritius fruit bats (aka flying foxes) play a key role in their ecosystem as pollinators and seed dispersers – and now they’re in grave danger. Each night, hundreds of these bats are being killed, […]
Trophy-Hunted Giraffe Body Parts Are Being Legally Sold In The U.S. Posted by Dobi Finley | November 5, 2018 An investigation by the Humane Society of the United States has uncovered a thriving U.S. market for trophy-hunted giraffe parts. According to the findings, nearly 4,000 giraffes killed by trophy hunters were imported […]
Pollution in the Indian capital Delhi exceeded the safe limit by 66 times on Thursday, shrouding the city in toxic fumes the morning after millions of firecrackers were burst for the Hindu festival Diwali. Delhi government monitors showed the density of fine pollutants — small enough to evade the body’s natural defences and breach the […]
Breaking News! Today we heard from our attorneys that the BLM has abandoned the wild mare spay experiment in Oregon. This was very welcome news – last week on Friday a Federal judge ruled in favor of our Preliminary Injunction, halting the cruel and dangerous overiectomy via colpotomy experiments until our case could be […]
The Norwegian government continues to keep their wolf populations at the verge of extinction. The Ministry of Climate and Environment gave the license to kill 26 wolves already for this season. Three more wolfpacks are awaiting the decision for their future. If the Ministry allows also killing of these 17 wolves, half of the wolf […]
A woman dries plastic bags ready for recycling on the bank of Buriganga River, one of the most polluted rivers in the country due to extensive dumping of industrial and human waste.