Causes

Germany Breaks Own Renewable Energy Record

by Natalia Lima

Germany has just broken its own record for the amount of energy generated by renewable sources in a day. On July 25th, the country generated 78 percent of its total

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NY Court: Chimps Are Not People

by Natalia Lima

The Manhattan Supreme Court ruled that chimpanzees are property, not ‘persons’ according to the law, in the case of Leo and Hercules, two chimpanzees currently being used for science experiments

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California Coastal Commission Delays Vote on SeaWorld Expansion

by Brianne Hogan

Another possible win for “Blackfish.” The California Coastal Commission has decided to delay SeaWorld San Diego from building larger tanks for the park’s killer whales after receiving more than 75,000

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Washington D.C. is Sinking as Ice Sheets Melt

by Anthony Marcusa

While political turmoil has in the past threatened to shut down D.C., Washington now faces a more devastating future that could affect the District permanently. According to new research, Washington,

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Jimmy Kimmel’s Plea for Cecil the Lion Raises Over $150K

by Brianne Hogan

Jimmy Kimmel‘s emotional plea for donations in honor of Cecil the Lion’s tragic death raked in a remarkable $150,000 for Oxford’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit. On Tuesday night, the funny late night

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Morrissey to Receive PETA Lifetime Achievement Award

by Natalia Lima

Vegan activist and singer Morrissey has earned himself a lifetime achievement award from PETA for his work to help animals. The former ‘The Smiths’ singer will receive his award at

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Denmark Bans Kosher and Halal Animal Slaughter

by Brianne Hogan

Denmark chose animal rights over religion Monday by enacting a sweeping ban on the religious slaughter of animals. The new regulation banning the religious slaughter of animals was signed into

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