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Category Archives: Environmental Issues
The lack of clean water is becoming a serious issue across the world (including the USA) as pollution poisons our rivers and climate change amplifies drought conditions. We cannot live without water so it’s inspiring to know that The Global Women’s … Continue reading
Kuterevo Bear Refuge started rescuing bears in 2002 and currently protects 8 bears. Since all these bears are orphans they won’t survive in the wild. This refuge is important because in Croatia the bear is endangered due to habitat loss. … Continue reading
In 1979 Jadav Payeng, an award-winning nature photographer, planted some bamboo to fight erosion and has since planted a 550 hectare forest in Jorhat India. Endangered animals have returned to the area and plant life is blooming. The relatively new forest … Continue reading
Do you want to see martial arts superstar Jackie Chan protecting rhinos while dodging bullets, axes, poison arrows and machetes? Check out this video collaboration between Mr. Chan and the African Wildlife Foundation. Just in 2012 there were 668 rhinos … Continue reading
I love trees. Even as an adult I enjoy climbing trees, marveling in their beauty, and appreciating their shade! Trees are treasures that we all should respect. According to Dr. T. M. Das at the university of Calcutta, the value … Continue reading
What will inspire you to get involved in creating sustainable change? We are all motivated to create positive change for different reasons. Some of us see wounded animals or a polluted stream, we notice our own over consumption, we become … Continue reading