Protesters March Against Snowbowl, Snowmaking

Protesters March Against Snowbowl, Snowmaking

by Krista Allen / Navajo Times FLAGSTAFF -Just the day before Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a vehement group against the expansion of Arizona Snowbowl and snowmaking on Dook’o’ooslííd, marched across downtown Flagstaff, urging the city council to end the city’s contract with the ski resort. Picture by Krista Allen / Navajo Times “Please, please, please, out of urgency!” Scottie Begay exclaimed during a...
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First Wolf in a Hundred Years Recorded in Belgium

First Wolf in a Hundred Years Recorded in Belgium

by Daniel Boffey / The Guardian The first recorded wolf on Belgian soil for at least 100 years has made her bloody mark. Farmers in north-east Flanders have been put on high alert after evidence emerged that Naya, a female originally from eastern Germany that has been making a pioneering trek across Europe, had killed two sheep and injured a third near the Belgian...
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FERC Grants Request to Begin Tree Cutting for Atlantic Coast Pipeline

FERC Grants Request to Begin Tree Cutting for Atlantic Coast Pipeline

by Robert Zullo / Richmond Times-Dispatch Demonstrators who oppose the Atlantic Coast and Mountain Valley pipelines walked around Capitol Square in downtown Richmond on Dec. 2.DANIEL SANGJIB MIN/TIMES-DISPATCH The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has granted a request by the Dominion Energy-led Atlantic Coast Pipeline to begin cutting down trees along parts of the 600-mile pipeline route in West Virginia and Virginia, despite the fact...
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Standing Rock Water Protector Rattler Reaches Non-Cooperating Plea Agreement

Standing Rock Water Protector Rattler Reaches Non-Cooperating Plea Agreement

from Water Protective Legal Collective MANDAN, NORTH DAKOTA – A change of plea hearing has been scheduled for Michael Markus, who is known as Rattler, after reaching a non-cooperating plea agreement with prosecutors. Under the agreement, the government will drop the most serious charge and both parties will recommend a sentence of 36 months for the one remaining charge of Civil Disorder. This is...
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Generations for Change: “The Dawn of A New Era”

22. Januar 2018
Generations for Change: “The Dawn of A New Era”

January 22, 2018 The unfortunate truth is that climate change will hurt those who are already the most vulnerable. Island nations whose populations reside at or near sea level and communities whose livelihoods are so closely linked to the environment around them will feel the impacts of climate change … read more
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New guidelines to support monitoring and evaluation of demand reduction efforts

22. Januar 2018

Cambridge, UK, 22 January 2018—TRAFFIC today launched Monitoring and Evaluation Good Practice Guidelines, a new resource to support the Social and Behavioural Change Communications (SBCC) Community of Practice in...
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Jäger löschen dieses Bild, um zu verheimlichen, was wirklich passiert ist

22. Januar 2018

Horrorfoto einer Baujagd Dieses Facebookposting machte am Wochenende die Runde, wurde aber kurze Zeit später wieder gelöscht. Darauf zu sehen sind zwei blutbespritzte Hunde, die in einen Fuchs beißen:...
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So rettest du mit deinem Geburtstag zahllose Tierleben

22. Januar 2018

Ihr wollt dieses Jahr an eurem Geburtstag etwas ganz Besonderes machen? Wie wäre es, wenn ihr euch für die Tiere einsetzt? Es ist total einfach – und das Beste...
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Indigenous Forest Defender Sairá Ka’apor Killed in Brazil

by Jonathan Watts / The Guardian Ka’apor forest guardians patrol the borders of their territory, in Maranhão state, Brazil. Photograph: Lunae Parracho for the Observer Sairá Ka’apor patrolled one...
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January 22nd: International Day of Solidarity with Trans Prisoners

from It’s Going Down Since 2016, people have gathered across so-called North America and the world to hold events to support trans prisoners. The international day of solidarity was...
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