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World Wildlife Day 2016

MARCH 3 IS WORLD WILDLIFE DAY The future of wildlife is in our future of elephants is in our hands. We need to act now to stop the poaching and trafficking driving many species towards extinction. This means increased penalties for criminals as well as reducing demand World Wildlife Day…
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Syntropic Agriculture

Ernst Götsch is a farmer and researcher who migrated to Brazil in the early 1980s and settled on a farm in the cocoa zone of southern Bahia. Since then, he's developed soil recovery techniques through planting methods that mimic the natural regeneration of forests. With the accumulation of more than three decades…
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The great plastic soup

These three videos about the dangers of plastic in our oceans are worth watching and sharing with friends and family. Most of what we eat, drink, or use in any way comes packaged in petroleum plastic- a material designed to last forever, yet used for products that we then throw…
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Great Barrier Reef threatened by new legislation

Queensland is set to enact water legislation that will pose environmental risks to the Great Barrier Reef and coastal waterways. The Natural Resources and Mines Minister Andrew Cripps acknowledged that the environmental principle – ecological sustainability – underpinning the existing Water Act would not be applied in this legislation. The…
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