Posts Tagged ‘ Video ’

A Wild Snow Leopard Encounter

23. Oktober 2017

The footage was taken by a camera trap set up in Mongolia’s Gobi Gurvansaikhan National Park by the Snow Leopard Conservation Foundation, Snow Leopard Trust and the Gurvansaikhan park rangers. You can help support this critical snow leopard research by making a symbolic snow leopard adoption today. 100% of the proceeds go to on-the-ground...
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A Third Marine Harvest Fish Farm Has Been Occupied in British Colombia, Canada (Video)

by Musgamagw Dzawada’enuxw Cleansing Our Waters / Warrior Publications
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Animals from St John reunited with owners after months of separation

16. Oktober 2017

Jennifer Gardner Oct 16 2017 Happy tears streamed down Elsa Angel’s face as she opened the crate and hugged her dog. They had been separated for over three months. Elsa was unable to return to her home on St. John after Hurricanes Irma and Maria ravaged the island. It was a beautiful moment to...
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Mass Action in Poland’s Bialowieza Forest: Three Blockades at the Same Time

Mass Action in Poland’s Bialowieza Forest: Three Blockades at the Same Time

from Save Bialowieza For the first time ever three blockades of heavy equipment took place in the Forest simultaneously Last Friday Minister of Environment undermined the credibility of materials documenting the logging in the Forest that were sent to the European Court of Justice. It can be assumed that the resort denies the fact...
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Supporter-named orphan bears return to Russian wild

6. Oktober 2017

Dr. Maria (Masha) N. Vorontsova Oct 6 2017 This year, the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) plans to release 12 cubs in 4 regions – Pskov, Tver, Kirov region and the Komi Republic. Our supporters had the opportunity to name a few of these cubs, and here are some of their stories.  read more
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This Activist Uses Drones to Monitor Coal Companies (Video)

by Vice News / YouTube
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The UK Badger Cull Has Resumed and Once Again Saboteurs Are Active in the Cull Zones

from Bite Back The UK government’s badger cull has resumed for another year, and again this year saboteurs have been active in the cull zones, damaging cage traps and saving badgers. (Video from Liverpool Hunt Sabs, Manchester Hunt Sabs, Stop the cull and Sheffield Hunt Saboteurs.)
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Clone of Conversation with IFAW rhino expert on World Rhino Day

28. September 2017
Clone of Conversation with IFAW rhino expert on World Rhino Day

Christina Pretorius Sep 22 2017 read more
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Washington, DC: Pipeline Protesters Disrupt FERC’s First Meeting with New Trump Commissioners

from DC Direct Action News On the 20th of September, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) held its first meeting since two of Trump’s three new commissioners were confirmed. Protesters showed up outside, and those of them not yet known to FERC security managed to attend the “open” meeting. FERC security is known for...
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IFAW Disaster Response: earthquake in Mexico

25. September 2017
IFAW Disaster Response: earthquake in Mexico

Erika Flores Sep 25 2017 As soon as we had heard of the terrible earthquake in Mexico City, our team in Playa del Carmen knew we had to respond. Together with our partner Coco’s Animal Welfare, we assembled a team of veterinarians to rescue and treat animals injured in the quake. Arrival read more
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Poland’s Bialowieza Forest: Logging and Violence Must Come to an End. More Activists needed!

Poland’s Bialowieza Forest: Logging and Violence Must Come to an End. More Activists needed!

from Save Bialowieza photos by Małgosia Klemens – thank you! In our previous post we already wrote that after the Luxemburg hearing of Polish minister of environment – logging, violence towards activists and hurried selling of wood are continued just as before. For example, on the 12th and 13th of September the harvesters logged...
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Conversation with IFAW rhino expert on World Rhino Day

18. September 2017
Conversation with IFAW rhino expert on World Rhino Day

Christina Pretorius Sep 18 2017 Dr. Joseph Okori joined IFAW earlier this year to lead our landscape conservation programme and our Southern Africa Regional office. He directs our work to save elephants, rhinos, lions and other African wildlife through the protection of critical landscapes, mitigation of human-wildlife conflict and ecologically sustainable community development projects. ...
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