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GOVERNMENTS MUST MOVE TOWARD REDUCING MEAT CONSUMPTION TO PREVENT CLIMATE CRISIS, SAYS REPORT

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Governments must work towards reducing meat consumption to tackle climate change, according to a new report by the Changing Markets Foundation – an organization that aims to accelerate social and environmental progress.…

ANIMAL PLACE SANCTUARY OFFERS NONPROFITS $1,000 FOR MAKING THEIR EVENTS VEGAN

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California-based animal sanctuary Animal Place is offering $1,000 grants to nonprofit organizations that host vegan events. The grant offers a one-time reimbursement of food costs to organizations that wish to…

Amazing Video Shows Release of Zebras to Tanzanian Highlands

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Conservationists from WCS, Tanzania National Parks (TANAPA) and the Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute (TAWIRI), released an incredible video today showing the successful re-introduction of 24 zebras into Tanzania’s Kitulo National…

Chilling New Rhino Poaching Doccie Exposes Massive KZN Corruption [Video]

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South Africa is home to almost 80% of Africa’s rhino population, but there are only roughly 25 000 rhinos left in our country. The reason for their dwindling numbers has…

87 elephants killed near Botswana wildlife sanctuary

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Carcases of nearly 90 elephants have been found near a famous wildlife sanctuary in Botswana, conservationists say. Elephants Without Borders, which is conducting an aerial survey, said the scale of…

California BANS the Sale of Cosmetics Tested on Animals! Bill Passes Unanimously!

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BREAKING: California lawmakers just passed SB 1249, the Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act!  The bill now heads to California Governor, Jerry Brown’s desk for signature! California State Assembly passed it unanimously, 80 to…

SEMI-ARTIFICIAL PHOTOSYNTHESIS: SUNLIGHT TURNED INTO FUEL IN ‘MILESTONE’ FOR SOLAR ENERGY

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An international team of researchers has demonstrated a new technique, inspired by the process of photosynthesis in plants, which could one day be used to produce hydrogen fuel—a clean and…

Five moon bears rescued by Hong Kong-based charity from bile farm in Vietnam after being trapped in cages for 21 years

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Animals Asia freed the bears from barren concrete cells where they had been kept behind bars for more than two decades. The group has so far rescued 177 bears from…

This Wildlife ‘Operation’ Is Taking Hundreds Of Maltese Students Around The World To Work With Endangered Animals

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There's been an ongoing operation to help rare and endangered animals all over the world, and Maltese students are right in the middle of it. Operation Wallacea is the brainchild of…

Pollinator Project underway to save wildlife

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Environmentalists in Guernsey are calling on people to rethink how they manage their land and gardens to better support wildlife. A team of conservationists have launched a campaign called the…

Meet an ivory trafficker’s ‘worst nightmare’

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A groundbreaking technique looks set to turn man's best friend into a trafficker's worst nightmare. It will allow dogs to sniff out ivory, rhino horn and other illegal wildlife products…

CAN ZOOS BE REDESIGNED FOR A MORE ETHICAL GENERATION?

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In the face of growing public antipathy, zoos may be ushering a new era – from an £18m playground for giant pandas in Copenhagen to virtual reality animal watching in China In early…

Giraffe, rhino deaths raise alarm at former Buenos Aires zoo

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Shaki was 18 when she died - too young given the life expectancy of a giraffe. Ruth the rhinoceros was recovering from an infection until she fell, was stuck for…

Palm oil watchdog urged to take ‘giant leap’ to save forests

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KUALA LUMPUR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The global watchdog for the palm oil industry must strengthen its standards to require all members to commit to ending deforestation - or risk…

Men face 1,460 counts of sex with animals in ‘one of the most extreme’ abuse cases DA has seen

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CLEARFIELD COUNTY, Pa. – Three Pennsylvania men face a slew of charges that includes more than 1,400 counts of having sex with animals. Terry Wallace, 41; Marc Measnikoff, 34; and…