Environment

The World Readies for Darkness as Earth Hour Approaches

by Anthony Marcusa

We are just one days away from one of the year’s most dedicated and unifying moments on Earth. Come Saturday, around the globe, individuals, communities, and indeed countries will look

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Help Fund Bonnie Raitt’s Anti-Fracking Album

by Brianne Hogan

Singer and environmental activist Bonnie Raitt is asking for the public’s support to help produce a new album that will benefit the anti-fracking movement. The Grammy award-winning singer took to

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Bad News: Only Two Intact Forests Left On Earth

by Brianne Hogan

Here’s a depressing discovery: a new study revealed that the world’s forests are more fragmented than ever. Researchers at North Carolina State University found that if someone were to be

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Interview: Stephanie Flack talks DC Environmental Film Fest

by Anthony Marcusa

Across 12 days in the United States capital comes a film festival of global importance, as an environmentally-focused, widely-accessible gala to looks engage and enlighten, raise awareness, and call to

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PETA Calls On Live Earth To Serve Only Vegan Food

by Brianne Hogan

PETA is urging Kevin Wall, Al Gore, Pharrell Williams to heed Live Earth’s own advice to reduce carbon emissions by serving only vegan meals at worldwide events. Earlier this year, the

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Obama Administration Doubles California Coast Marine Sanctuary

by Anthony Marcusa

A lengthy effort to protect the California shoreline is finally seeing a goal fulfilled, as after a decade of study and petitioning, two marine sanctuaries are expanding more than twofold.

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World’s Largest Cave Captured in Incredible Drone Footage

by Michael dEstries

You’ve likely seen plenty of awe-inspiring drone videos over the years, but this latest one from Ryan Deboodt is especially worth watching. The travel photographer journeyed to Hang Son Doong, the

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