Environment

Oregon Will Sell a Massive Forest to Pay for Schools

by Natalia Lima

For those in the market for a forest in order to save it, an opportunity has just opened up. The state of Oregon is getting ready to sell 92,000 acres

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New York City’s Number of Trees Highest in 75 years

by Natalia Lima

New York is already the most vegan friendly city in the world and it is continuing on its healthy path by going green — literally. The city that never sleeps

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Exclusive: Darren Aronofsky on the Future of Humanity and Finding Balance

by Nell Alk

It’s little wonder writer and director Darren Aronofsky was selected to receive the Humane Society’s inaugural Humane Filmmaker Award: An outspoken vegetarian who openly lauds live animal alternatives in motion

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Climate Change Affecting Large Number of Land Mammals

by Brianne Hogan

Changing climates are negatively affecting a wide array of mammals, both small and large, although body size is a factor in predicting how an animal respond to climate change. We already

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Bette Midler Doesn’t Own Any Plastic in Her Home

by Brianne Hogan

She may have played many a diva on the big screen and stage, but Bette Midler is actually pretty frugal at home. “The First Wives Club” star is a firm

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Ian Somerhalder Supports Anti-Fracking Movement

by Brianne Hogan

Actor and activist, Ian Somerhalder, is criticizing a proposal to set up a fracking well in St. Tammany in his native state of Louisiana. Somerhalder, who’s originally from Covington, Louisiana, attended attended

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Poland Rejects UN’s Zero Carbon Emission Proposal

by Natalia Lima

Poland is leading the bandwagon for a number of eastern European countries to shut down a United Nations target to cut carbon emissions to zero by 2100. On Sunday, the

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