Elephant Tusks for Black Market Seized
Victories in Kenya and Vietnam airports reveal a cautionary tale about the continued prevalence of black market industries manipulating around international trade mandates to facilitate the ongoing demand for elephant tusks.
Endangered Arctic Animals Under Siege
Governments turn a blind eye towards established conservation laws for oil profits.
Margarine Kills Wildlife
As mega food conglomerations attempt to spin doctor deforestation as reforestation to ease the moral turmoil of consumers, the Earth continues to let people know that it is not nice to fool Mother Nature.
The Real Cost of Elephant Ivory
Ever wonder if there is any real harm to the sale of ivory?
United States Stronger Stance on Poached Ivory
A dramatic shift in the ivory trade policy destroys more than 6 tons of product stateside.
Warming Climate Impacts the Peary Caribou
The United States is turned to in hopes of spreading the word about the plight of the Peary Caribou. With eighty-nine percent (89%) of its population in demise, this Arctic wonder faces almost certain extinction.
White-nose syndrome in bats
Northeast bat populations are in trouble.
Zoo Found Guilty of Elephant Abuse
Before actor Robert Culp passed away, he started a civil lawsuit to bring justice to the lives of three elephants kept at the Los Angeles Zoo. He wanted others to understand that when people become personally involved, change occurs. Find out how the judge reached his decision.
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