Category Archives: Wildlife Conservation

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Palm Oil Industry Pushing Wildlife Into Extinction

Editor’s Note: Unfortunately, most of the talk about sustainability in the palm oil industry is just smoke and mirrors. This is an immediate battle for the survival of critical species in our fragile web of life. To be more precise, … Continue reading

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Chronic Wasting Disease Related To Alzheimer’s Disease

CWD Spread Through Sewage Sludge A Colorado company says that hunters, landowners and many others are being misinformed about the dangers of chronic wasting disease. As such, public health and the health of entire water sheds are at risk. Chronic … Continue reading

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Chronic Wasting Disease Fueled By Sewage Sludge

Brain Diseases Linked By Prions By Martha Rosenberg It’s been over ten years since Wisconsin endured a kind of deer holocaust. The terminal deer and elk disease, chronic wasting disease (CWD), descended upon its deer population with such vengeance officials declared … Continue reading

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India More Concerned About Conserving Temples Than Tigers, Elephants

Editor’s Note: What does it say about a society and religion when it disregards the magnificent creations of god, mother nature or whatever term you prefer, in favor of saving the misguided concrete creations of humans?  Temples Or Tigers More … Continue reading

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Wyoming Wolf Population Rises Despite Cleansing Program

Wolf Mismanagement Opening Door To Chronic Wasting Disease Known for their resiliency, gray wolves thwarted attempts by wildlife managers to cut their numbers by about five percent last year, a new report shows. Instead, wolf numbers in Wyoming’s jurisdiction swelled by … Continue reading

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U.S. Teens Form Nonprofit To Help Save Elephants

Elephant Extinction Likely Within Decade When Max Kauderer saw the body of a dead elephant during a family trip to Africa two years ago, it wasn’t only the body that horrified him; it was the apathy of the natives to … Continue reading

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U.S. Advertising, PR Firm Working To Save Kilimanjaro

PR Firm Donating Profits To Save Endangered Ecosystem Mother Nature isn’t what she used to be. The issues of climate change, pollution, deforestation, endangered species and poverty are getting worse by the day and they impact the sustainability of life as … Continue reading

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U.S. Sending Mixed Messages On Illegal Ivory Trade

Ivory Law Falls Short On Trophy Imports With many species of wildlife currently threatened by extinction, including the African elephant, the White House announced on Tuesday a ban on the sale of ivory within the USA. The executive order, signed by … Continue reading

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Conservation Plan Expanding Across East Africa

Stakeholders Defending Ecosystems  The world is at a turning point. Ecosystems in some regions of the world are on the verge of collapse. Balancing record human populations with diminishing and degraded natural resources is getting more challenging every day. Climate … Continue reading

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Sumatran Tiger Habitat Trashed By Paper Giant

Indonesia’s Most Unique Resources On Verge Of Extinction  An environmental NGO claims that deforestation conducted by Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) and its supplier companies has affected the endangered Sumatran tiger. World Wildlife Fund for Nature (WWF) Indonesia communication coordinator Desma … Continue reading

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British Army In Kenya To Fight Poaching

Paratroopers In Kenya To Train Local Rangers The British army is has put boots on the ground in Kenya to combat the escalating illegal wildlife trade killing rhinos and elephants in Africa. A total of 25 paratroopers in Kenya are on rotation at the army’s base … Continue reading

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Battle To Save World’s Wildlife In China’s Hands

China Driving Wildlife Crisis The recent seizure of 645 illegally obtained and trafficked wolf pelts from Greece at Beijing’s Capital International Airport is a commendable act by the China’s General Administration of Customs. Together with other recent seizures of elephant … Continue reading

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