Causes

Olivia Newton-John Launches ‘One Tree Per Child’ Initiative

by Natalia Lima

Bristol, England, will become a lot greener in the next few years as every single child in its public school system gets to plant a tree. The gardening project is

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Scientists Produce Fake Rhino Horn to Stop Poaching

by Natalia Lima

As the rhino population continues to dwindle around the world, scientists are thinking outside the box about how to save the endangered animals. The newest approach: to produce fake rhino

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Exclusive Interview With Joely Fisher on IFAW’s Protect Campaign

by Brianne Hogan

Joely Fisher is probably best known for making you laugh on the TV comedy series, “Ellen” and “’Til Death.” She’s also had a recurring role on “Desperate Housewives,” has appeared

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How Gina Rodriguez’s Eco-Friendly Oscars Dress Came Together

by Brianne Hogan

Gina Rodriguez walked the red carpet at Sunday’s Oscars in a eco-friendly dress as part of Suzy Amis Cameron‘s “Red Carpet Green Dress” campaign. The “Jane the Virgin” star unveiled her

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Another Dog Abandoned at U.K. Train Station

by Brianne Hogan

A photo of a black dog who was left abandoned at a train station in East Sussex, England has turned the pup into a viral sensation. The dog was found

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Burger Bash Welcomes First Plant-Based Option

by Anthony Marcusa

It’s not an event that has been particularly hospitable to vegans and vegetarians, but at least now there are some options. The South Beach Wine & Food Festival, has long

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Suzy Amis Cameron Celebrates ‘Red Carpet, Green Dress’ Oscars Event

by Brianne Hogan

Eco-conscious fashionistas gathered Thursday night at L.A.’s Chateau Marmont to celebrate Suzy Amis Cameron‘s annual “Red Carpet, Green Dress” Oscars event. This year’s winners, Manon Gabard and Tingting Chen, are

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