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In recent weeks and months, I’ve blogged about the effects of plastic in our environment and what we can do as consumers to reduce the amount that is used and disposed of. I’ve blogged about the size of the garbage patch floating in the Pacific Ocean and the effect that plastic is having on climate […]

via Plastic in the Fishing Industry — Think Sustainability

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‘Climate change’ is no longer serious enough to describe the climate disaster we’re heading towards. Terms like climate emergency and climate breakdown have been argued to better describe what we face… And it totally makes sense. There is now more CO2 parts per million (ppm) than there ever has been in all of human history […]

via End of Our Climate as We Know It — Think Sustainability

From Aspen Journalism (Brent Gardner-Smith): The Colorado River east of Grand Junction in DeBeque Canyon is forecast to hit its annual peak Saturday, in a quick climb to about 21,000 cubic feet of water per second, as measured at the Cameo gage, before dropping over the next week as cooler weather arrives. The operators of […]

via Reservoir releases for endangered fish in #ColoradoRiver coming after peak flows — @AspenJournalism #COriver — Coyote Gulch

Amieta delalandii The Common River Frog, also known as Delalande’s River Frog, lives on the banks of streams and other permanent watersources in grasslands, bushveld and forests – they’ve also taken up residence in garden ponds and water features in the urban setting. When in danger of being seen, especially by day, these frogs quickly […]

via Common River Frog — de Wets Wild