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1. April 2014

Zoo's endangered female Sumatran rhino dies

The death on Sunday of the Cincinnati Zoo's 9-year-old female Sumatran rhinoceros, Suci, pushes one of the world's most critically endangered species another step closer to extinction.read more »

1. April 2014

Innu Renew Resistance to Proposed Plan Nord and Hydro-Quebec Expansion

"We walk to build a path for our children so they will have a better future, and so our long struggle for our land rights will be finally be won."read more »

1. April 2014

BREAKING: Bill McKibben Locked Down at Keystone XL Southern Leg Construction Site

Early this morning, the founder of 350.org locked himself to a bulldozer in Eastern Texas in a last-ditch effort to stop construction of the Southern Leg of TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline.read more »

1. April 2014

Breaking: Police Disrupt Earth First! Journal Office with U-Locks

Activists with the Palm Beach County Sheriffs office converged at the Earth First! Journal office this morning. Two cops  U-locked their necks together to the filing cabinets inside the office, disrupting business operations at...read more »

31. März 2014

The Whales Have Won! — ICJ Rules Japan’s Southern Ocean Whaling ‘Not For Scientific Research’

UN's highest court ordered that Japan revoke the scientific permits and refrain from granting any further permits to hunt whales.read more »

31. März 2014

Natural Gas Storage Facility Explodes in Washington

Highway 14 has been closed, and there are reports of at least one injury.read more »

31. März 2014

Mi’kmaq Women Shut Down Energy Minister Briefing

This morning (March 31) Mi’kmaq women shut down a Maritimes Energy Association briefing held at the Westin Nova Scotian by Nova Scotia Energy Minister Andrew Younger intended to give a briefing on the Province’s plan...read more »

31. März 2014

Four Years Later, BP Oil Spill Still Rearing its Oily Head in Florida

(Photo: NOAA) The Gulf coast of Florida is renowned for its soft white beaches, balmy weather and calm, clear waters. It’s also infamous for being a mecca of debris from oil-rig related tragedies, which, until...read more »

31. März 2014

Luftrettung für Tierkinder – neues Spendenprojekt

Die Wiesen sind von März bis Ende Juni das Kinderzimmer für zahlreiche Wildtierarten. Die erste Mahd des Grünlandes führt daher zu verheerenden Verlusten und unendlichem Leid. Viele Hunderttausend Tiere sterben jedes Jahr durch die...read more »

31. März 2014

Legal timber trade leads to more business opportunities for Indonesian timber products

Jakarta, Indonesia, March 2014—The Indonesian Timber Legality Assurance System (Sistem Verifikasi Legalitas Kayu - SVLK) is poised to gain recognition in the European Union (EU) and generate more trade for certified companies with the...read more »

31. März 2014

The Whales Have Won! — ICJ Rules Japan’s Southern Ocean Whaling ‘Not For Scientific Research’

The Whales Have Won! — ICJ Rules Japan’s Southern Ocean Whaling ‘Not For Scientific Research’ Sea Shepherd Applauds the World Court for Protecting the Whales of the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary The International Court of Justice Photo...read more »

31. März 2014

Urteil: Japan darf in der Antarktis keine Wale mehr jagen

Ein Meilenstein für den Meeresschutz: Heute Vormittag haben die Richter des Internationalen Gerichtshofs in Den Haag entschieden, den bestehenden wissenschaftlichen Walfang Japans in der Antarktis zu beenden! Dieses Urteil ist bindend: Australien hatte den...read more »