Tag: biodiversity loss
Monday, 13 January 2020Super UserAverage rating1490 Where Trophy Hunting Comes Lions Vanish /index.php/en/content_page/item/1490-where-trophy-hunting-comes-lions-vanish
Lion Declines Linked To Trophy Hunting And Bone Trade Psychopaths can not stand that there is another species they have to respect. By Jared Kukura - 13. January 2020 Lions are rapidly disappearing from the African continent. The species suffers thanks to our own expansion and exploitation. Declining numbers are attributed to loss of habitat and subsequent prey, retaliatory killings, trophy hunti ...
Monday, 30 December 2019Super UserAverage rating1432 Tens of Thousands Evacuate from Australian Wildfires /index.php/en/content_page/item/1432-tens-of-thousands-evacuate-from-australian-wildfires
Australian wildfires: Tens of thousands told to evacuate in Victoria as bushfires intensify Watertankers and helicopters and also landgrabbers and insurances have booming business - that's all Austra ...
Friday, 27 December 2019Super UserAverage rating1431 The Year The Rainforests Burned /index.php/en/content_page/item/1431-the-year-the-rainforests-burned
2019: The year rainforests burned Worlwide the forests are burned down. By Rhett A. Butler - 27 December 2019 2019 closed out a “lost decade” for the world’s tropical forests, with surging deforestat ...
Monday, 02 December 2019Super UserAverage rating1471 African Rainforests Suffer as a Whole from Hunting /index.php/en/content_page/item/1471-african-rainforests-suffer-as-a-whole-from-hunting
In hunted rainforests, termites lose their dominance An African forest elephant photographed by Rice University graduate student Therese Lamperty in Gabon. Lamperty studied how the presence of megafa ...
Thursday, 28 November 2019Super UserAverage rating1299 The Partridge could become extinct in Germany /index.php/en/content_page/item/1299-the-partridge-could-become-extinct-in-germany
Partridge Populations Down 91 Percent in Germany Incredibly, the Germans are not even able to preserve the Partridge (Perdix perdix) in their natural or cultural landscapes. Picture: Calling Part ...
Saturday, 23 November 2019Super UserAverage rating1281 Koalas go ‘Functionally Extinct’ due to Bushfires in Australia /index.php/en/content_page/item/1281-koalas-go-functionally-extinct-due-to-bushfires-in-australia
UPDATE: While Canberra cancelled the New Years fireworks, Sydney argues against a massively supported call to stop it, that the display, watched by an estimated one billion people globally, is worth ...
Monday, 18 November 2019Super UserAverage rating1249 Deep Sea Mining for “Conflict Minerals” /index.php/en/content_page/item/1249-deep-sea-mining-for-conflict-minerals
CBS “60 Minutes” On Deep Sea Mining for “Conflict Minerals” and Warnings It May Wreck the Seafloor and Everything Living There Freshly dredged and vacuum-cleaned seabed - most lifeforms are destroyed ...
Monday, 18 November 2019Super UserAverage rating1232 Palm Oil ‘Sustainability Con’ now under Investigation /index.php/en/content_page/item/1232-palm-oil-sustainability-con-now-under-investigation
RSPO gives commitment to investigate palm oil ‘sustainability con’ allegations The colours of the palm-oil fruits reflect the forest fires triggered by the greed for growing them unabated on deforest ...
Wednesday, 06 November 2019Super UserAverage rating1190 Burning Down The House /index.php/en/content_page/item/1190-burning-down-the-house
How Unilever and other global brands continue to fuel Indonesia’s fires Fires in peat land in Cengal of South Sumatra’s Ogan Komering Ilir district, Indonesia. Image by Nopri Isim/Mongabay Indonesia. ...
Tuesday, 05 November 2019Super UserAverage rating1235 Who Watches the Watchmen? /index.php/en/content_page/item/1235-who-watches-the-watchmen
Who Watches the PalmOil Watchmen? 2 Palm oil watchdog’s sustainability guarantee is still a destructive con - EIA Ruthless Indonesia and corrupted label-groups ensure that deforestation for unhealthy ...
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