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Ugly Side Animal Tourism Paperblog Pick in Animals & Wildlife

The Ugly Side Of Animal Tourism

We all remember school trips and family outings to the zoo when we were young. We all have fond memories of seeing some wonderful creatures up close and finding out more about them... Read more

Conservation Status Christmas Wildlife Paperblog Pick in Animals & Wildlife

The Conservation Status Of Christmas Wildlife

Colder weather is no problem for well adapted winter species around Christmas time, but what threatens the species that we usually associate with the festive season? Read more

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  • The Threat to Species from Climate Change Should Provoke Shame in Our Hearts

    Threat Species from Climate Change Should Provoke Shame Hearts

    GR: More about Australian wildlife decline due to climate change. Climate change from unprecedented carbon emissions not only threaten the habitats of our uniqu... Read more

    The 19 January 2017 by   Garry Rogers
    ENVIRONMENT, BOOKS
  • Warm Air Invades Arctic Again, Slowing Sea Ice Growth

    Warm Invades Arctic Again, Slowing Growth

    GR: Southerly movement of cold air balances northerly movement of warm air. The added warmth is melting polar sea ice, increasing humidity, trapping more heat,... Read more

    The 19 January 2017 by   Garry Rogers
    ENVIRONMENT, BOOKS
  • How To: Avoid Palm Oil

    Avoid Palm

    Palm Oil is as destructive as it is ever-present, responsible for considerable habitat loss and wildlife degradation, but there are ways of avoiding it... Read more

    The 19 January 2017 by   Frontiergap
    ENVIRONMENT, ECO-LIVING
  • Lesson 1500 – Forks Over Knives

    Lesson 1500 Forks Over Knives

    Oh hurrah for the optimism that is January. After doing a little bit of reading from the Forks over Knives cookbook given to me at Christmas, I decided to go... Read more

    The 18 January 2017 by   Wendythomas
    PETS, SELF EXPRESSION, HOME
  • Lesson 1499 – I’m One of Those People

    Lesson 1499 Those People

    I wasn’t going to talk about this yet, but with all that is going on in Washington I feel like I have to. Two years ago, because my mother was diagnosed with a... Read more

    The 17 January 2017 by   Wendythomas
    PETS, SELF EXPRESSION, HOME
  • Koalas Are Fading Away

    Koalas Fading Away

    GR: I would add that not only are habitat losses causing greater short-term harm than climate change, so are invasive species. Read more

    The 16 January 2017 by   Garry Rogers
    ENVIRONMENT, BOOKS
  • The Ugly Side Of Animal Tourism

    Ugly Side Animal Tourism

    We all remember school trips and family outings to the zoo when we were young. We all have fond memories of seeing some wonderful creatures up close and... Read more

    The 16 January 2017 by   Frontiergap
    ENVIRONMENT, ECO-LIVING
  • We Can Keep Our Open Spaces by Limiting Population

    Keep Open Spaces Limiting Population

    Human Overpopulation GR: Human overpopulation results in burning more fossil fuel for energy, conversion of more natural habitats to farms, more destruction of... Read more

    The 14 January 2017 by   Garry Rogers
    ENVIRONMENT, BOOKS
  • Ring-Tailed Lemur Populations Have Crashed by 95 Percent

    Ring-Tailed Lemur Populations Have Crashed Percent

    GR: Sad times if you care for wildlife. The researchers explain that Ring-Tailed Lemurs declined to this point with no outcry because no one was watching. Read more

    The 14 January 2017 by   Garry Rogers
    ENVIRONMENT, BOOKS
  • The Risks of Climate Change, in a Single Graph

    Risks Climate Change, Single Graph

    Destructive Climate Change Has Begun. What Comes Next? GR: Global average temperature has risen a little more than .8 degrees Celsius since the late 1800’s. Read more

    The 13 January 2017 by   Garry Rogers
    ENVIRONMENT, BOOKS

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