Environment

Colorado Ranked Most Endangered River in American – Again

by Anthony Marcusa

The dubious honour of topping the list of endangered American rivers this year features a returning champion, as once again the Colorado River proves the most threatened in the United

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Meat Industry Rails Against Pro-Vegan Federal Report

by Anthony Marcusa

In response to unprecedented dietary guidelines set to be considered by the American government, the meat industry is looking to poke any holes in a pro plant-based diet recommendation. The

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Leonardo DiCaprio Unveils Plans For Eco-Friendly Resort

by Brianne Hogan

Actor and environmentalist Leonardo DiCaprio is finally building a multimillion-dollar ecotourism resort on his own private island off the coast of Belize. This news isn’t exactly new. Ten years ago,

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Study: Polar Bears Won’t Survive on Land If Ice Caps Melt

by Natalia Lima

A new published study warns that unless the ice caps are saved, polar bears might disappear with them. Published on Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, a new study by

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How Hollywood Is Helping California Conserve Water

by Brianne Hogan

With California declaring cutbacks on water consumption, Hollywood is doing its part to help out. Yesterday, California’s Governor Jerry Brown gave a first-ever mandatory restriction on water. The governor instructed the

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Historic California Water Restrictions to Fight Drought

by Anthony Marcusa

For the first time in the history of the state of California, there will be mandatory restrictions on water. In response to the ever-growing drought crisis happening in the state,

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It Was a Record Breaking 63 Degrees in Antarctica Last Week

by Natalia Lima

According to scientists working at the Esperanza and Marambio Bases in Argentina, Antarctica reached a record high temperature of 63.5 degrees Fahrenheit on March 24, 2015 beating the record set

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