September 20, 2013
by MoreRecycling
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Photo of the Day: Endangered manatee enjoy a quiet corner of the river

Endangered manatee can be found keeping warm in King’s Bay, Florida, where the Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge attempts to protect them from people. Continue reading

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March 27, 2013
by MoreRecycling
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New bone survey method could aid long-term survival of Arctic caribou

A study adds critical new data for understanding caribou calving grounds in an area under consideration for oil exploration in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Continue reading

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October 10, 2012
by Frances Beinecke
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Shell Moves into the Arctic, Will Oil Companies Be in Your Town Next?

Frances Beinecke, President of NRDC, New York City
When you live in a place where milk comes in a can and groceries are flown by plane, you rely heavily on the natural world to feed your family. For residents of Kaktovik, Alaska, that m… Continue reading

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July 14, 2011
by Louisa Willcox
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Of swans, wolves and bears: the challenge of ranching sustainably

Louisa Willcox, Senior Wildlife Advocate, Livingston, Montana
Two trumpeter swans lifted skyward, white angelic wings beating slow and effortlessly over the meandering Red Rock River.  It was a cool but clear early morning at the J Bar L Ranch, a… Continue reading

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March 24, 2011
by Peter Lehner
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22 Years after the Exxon Valdez, It’s Time for America to Do More with Less Oil

Peter Lehner, Executive Director, New York City Twenty-two years ago today, the Exxon Valdez ran aground in Prince William Sound, dumping 11 million gallons of oil into a pristine ecosystem. Just three years before, my wife and I had kayaked through th… Continue reading

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