More than eight million trees lost this winter in the UK — Natural History Wanderings

The BBC  reports It is the untold story of the winter storms. More than eight million trees have been brought down and many are now threatened by another two named storms bearing down on Britain. Read story at  More than eight million trees lost this winter in the UK – BBC News

More than eight million trees lost this winter in the UK — Natural History Wanderings

Man gets prison for stealing succulents from Calif. parks — Natural History Wanderings

SF Gate reports A man was sentenced to two years in federal prison last week for attempting to export at least $150,000 worth of wild succulents that he poached from native habitats in Northern California state parks, the United States Justice Department said. Read story at  Man gets prison for stealing succulents from Calif. parks

Man gets prison for stealing succulents from Calif. parks — Natural History Wanderings

Autumn Adventure – Cape Vidal 24 March 2022 — de Wets Wild

The Isimangaliso Wetland Park, and especially when using Cape Vidal as a base, really offers the best combination of both bush and beach you could hope for. Angry Buffalo bull Sunrise at Mission Rocks Natal Rock Crab (photo by Joubert) Sleepy Warthog Elephant roadblock Elephant roadblock (photo by Joubert) Elephant cow keeping the youngsters safe […]

Autumn Adventure – Cape Vidal 24 March 2022 — de Wets Wild

Antarctic Ice Shelf Collapses

The New York Times reports For the first time since satellites began observing Antarctica nearly half a century ago, an ice shelf has collapsed on the eastern part of the continent, scientists said. The collapse of the 450-square-mile Conger ice shelf in a part of the continent called Wilkes Land occurred in mid-March. It was first […]

Conger Ice Shelf Collapses in East Antarctica, a First  — Natural History Wanderings

Autumn Adventure – Hluhluwe 26 March 2022 — de Wets Wild

We arrived at the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park’s Hilltop Camp today and feel like we’re being treated like royalty. Not only have we been allocated a chalet with the most incredible view over the hills of the Hluhluwe-section of the Park, but we’ve already seen the “Big Five” – lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and buffalo – on […]

Autumn Adventure – Hluhluwe 26 March 2022 — de Wets Wild

400,000 Native Animals Killed by Federal Program Last Year — Natural History Wanderings

Center for Biological Diversity News Release 400,000 Native Animals Killed by Federal Program Last Year, New Data Shows WASHINGTON— The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Wildlife Services reported killing 404,538 native animals in 2021, according to new data released by the program today. The federal wildlife-killing program targets wolves, coyotes, cougars, birds and other wild animals, […]

400,000 Native Animals Killed by Federal Program Last Year — Natural History Wanderings

Save the Canadian Boreal, which is the largest remaining intact forest on the planet

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Logging and toilet paper companies are tearing this place off the map, even though it takes in more carbon daily than the entire Amazon–KAS

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Home to indigenous peoples for millennia, Canada’s boreal forest is where hundreds of First Nations and indigenous peoples communities live to this day.

NRDC Comments on the Draft Conservation Agreement for …

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7 days ago—In March2022,NRDC’s CanadaProject submitted comments on the draft Conservation Agreement forBorealCaribou in Ontario proposed between…

ANALYSIS: Industrial Logging in Canada’s Boreal Forest Is …

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Apr 7, 2021—NRDC(Natural Resources Defense Council) found industrial logging operations are endangering the climate-criticalborealforest and undermining…

Canada Should Mark Forests Day by Rejecting Logging …

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For years, Canada’s federal government has declared boreal caribou to be…

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Francia Márquez,Afro-Colombian environmental defender and vice-presidential running mate of Gustavo Petro. — Eslkevin’s Blog

Meet Francia Márquez, the Afro-Colombian Land Defender Running to Be Colombia’s First Black VP STORYMARCH 25, 2022 Watch Full Show This is viewer supported news. Please do your part today. DONATE TOPICS Colombia Climate Crisis Racism Indigenous Black Lives Matter Fossil Fuel Divestment GUESTS Francia MárquezAfro-Colombian environmental defender and vice-presidential running mate of Gustavo Petro. […]

Francia Márquez,Afro-Colombian environmental defender and vice-presidential running mate of Gustavo Petro. — Eslkevin’s Blog

Climate change report: Earth has 11 years to avoid the worst scenarios — Natural History Wanderings

NPR Reports The current rate of greenhouse gas pollution is so high that Earth has about 11 years to rein in emissions if countries want to avoid the worst damage from climate change in the future, a new study concludes. Despite dipping in 2020 because of the global pandemic, greenhouse gas emissions are on track […]

Climate change report: Earth has 11 years to avoid the worst scenarios — Natural History Wanderings

Major oil companies aren’t following through on climate change promises — Natural History Wanderings

NPR reports on major oil companies not keeping their climate change promises Mary Louise Kelly talks with Gregory Trencher, a co-author of a report that shows, despite pledges, BP, Chevron, Exxon Mobil and Shell aren’t making changes needed to transition to clean energy. Read interview or listen to it at  Major oil companies aren’t following through […]

Major oil companies aren’t following through on climate change promises — Natural History Wanderings