Science

Climate Change Driving World’s Rarest Cat to Extinction

by Megan Thompson

This decade has seen an increased awareness of climate issues and many commitments, by both world powerhouses and developing countries, to lower national carbon emissions; however, the world’s collective action

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WATCH: Activists Bring Coolness, Love to Slaughter-bound Pigs

by Amanda Just

During the recent heatwave in Toronto, activists took to the streets to provide some heat relief and kindness to pigs cramped in hot transport trucks.

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Over 300 Centuries-Old Trees Felled for Pope Event in Brazil

by Amanda Just

According to the vice mayor, the Church nor the event organizers had permission to clear the trees in the national park.

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Young Gorillas Seen Dismantling Snares to Protect Their Own

by Ali Berman

If you saw someone you loved die at the hands of a snare, what would you do? Search for and destroy snares to protect your other loved ones? Seems logical. And that’s exactly what a couple of young gorillas did.

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Smog-Eating Pavement in the Works

by Amanda Just

In Hengelo, Netherlands, you can walk on the sunny side of the street: on their new smog-eating sidewalk.

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WATCH: Man Frees Endangered Whale from Fishing Line

by Ali Berman

Two fisherman off the coast of Virginia spotted something you don’t see everyday: an endangered Northern Right Whale.This particular animal was tangled and dragging heavy fishing debris and in desperate need of help.

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WATCH: Invasive, Predatory Lionfish Discovered in Deep Atlantic

by China DeSpain

Studies have confirmed that at least 40 species of native fish have experienced population drops since the lionfish were introduced.

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