Dolphins are dying at alarmingly high rates in Florida's Indian River Lagoon, a shallow estuary closed off from the Atlantic Ocean by barrier beaches. This place of white sands, seagrasses, and abundant wildlife has become over-saturated by harmful nitrogen pollutants, with a black, mucky bottom,
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Right now, in dens throughout the Arctic, polar bear mothers are giving birth to a new generation of cubs. Birthing season in the Arctic usually spans the chilly months of November and December, but as polar bear families grow this winter, so does the threat to their unique and fragile environment.
In early September, a coalition of groups including the Made in the USA Foundation and R-CALF USA, filed a lawsuit against the WTO in Denver's U.S. District Court hoping to get a court order that WTO does not have authority to overrule U.S. law. In conjunction with that lawsuit, we're circulating
There is a section of the Pacific Ocean twice the size of the continental United States called the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Within it, 100 million tons of plastic swirl in a vortex of currents. There is so much plastic in the water that it outnumbers zooplankton by six to one! This plastic
Demand that the South African government declare the Wild Coast a No-Go area for mining once and for all.
The government has failed to respond to objections raised by human rights workers and environmental organizations to protect the Wild Coast from mining. The Legal Resources Centre has also delivered a scathingly incisive and outright repudiation of mining concession rights within the delicate (and