Causes

Rare Elephant Twins Born in South Africa

by Brianne Hogan

An extremely rare set of twin elephants were born this week at a game reserve in South Africa. Curve, a 31-year-old elephant, gave birth to the unnamed babies at Pongola

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Reindeer Populations are Rapidly Decreasing

by Natalia Lima

Oh no! Don’t tell Santa but the reindeer populations are experiencing a rapid decrease worldwide. A new study published on the Journal for Nature Conservation has found that the number

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Booming Ivory Demand in China Leads to Slaughter of African Elephants

by Megan Thompson

As the demand for ivory goods in China continues to rise unchecked, conservation groups are warning that the resulting slaughter of African elephants by illegal poachers cannot continue for long.

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Hugh Jackman Expands Charity Coffee Brand With New Keurig Partnership

by Brianne Hogan

Something’s definitely brewing now that coffee giant Keurig has acquired actor Hugh Jackman‘s free trade coffee company, Laughing Man Coffee and Tea. The company will roll out Laughing Man’s gourmet

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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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Kathryn Bigelow Raises Awareness of Elephant Poaching With New Film

by Brianne Hogan

Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow has directed a short film aimed to raise awareness and funds to cease elephant poaching. The film, “Last Days,” is a collaboration between the “Hurt Locker”

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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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