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Research On Stray Cats Hopes to Curtail Feral Cat Overpopulation

by Brianne Hogan

A research project by an ecologist from the University of Guelph has put radio collars on  a number of feral cats as part of an effort to find ways to help

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WATCH: Leonardo DiCaprio’s ‘The Revenant’ Gives Mother Nature a Starring Role

by Brianne Hogan

The first trailer has arrived for “The Revenant,” Leonardo DiCaprio‘s snow western collaboration with director Alejandro González Iñárritu. DiCaprio pulls off a convincing Grizzly Adams look as he does a lot of

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George Clooney Seeks to Expose Who Profits From Wars In Africa

by Brianne Hogan

Actor George Clooney is teaming up with human rights activist John Prendergast to launch a new project that aspires to fight corruption in war zones in Africa. The initiative, called The

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Kelly Slater’s Fashion Line Made Of Recycled Fishing Nets

by Natalia Lima

Eleven times world surfing champion Kelly Slater has launched a clothing line made with recycled fishing nets. Outerknown, the surfer’s first venture into the world of fashion, features board shorts,

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Sanctuaries Unshackle Elephants With Nonprofit’s Help

by Natalia Lima

Two sanctuaries in Thailand are improving the quality of life of their elephants by installing solar powered corrals that allow the animals to roam without escaping into neighboring villages. Friends

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Study: Preserve Plant Life Or Humans Will Go Extinct

by Natalia Lima

A new study by the University of Georgia shows a gloomy future for the human race if plants are not better preserved. Published in the ‘Proceedings of the National Academy

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Ocean Surface Temperatures the Warmest In Over 135 Years

by Brianne Hogan

The warming of the oceans due to climate change is increasingly hot and the warmest it’s ever been, US government climate scientists said on July 16. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric

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