Tagged Under: conservation
07/16/2023 / By Laura Harris
A massive swarm of grasshoppers has invaded Tooele, Utah, causing significant damage to crops. The plague-like surge was...
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04/18/2023 / By Mike Adams
The communist state of California has mandated fixed monthly "basic service" rates that offer unlimited electricity to consumers, creating a...
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03/08/2023 / By Zoey Sky
Koalas are a popular symbol of Australian wildlife. But the Australian government recently declared them "endangered" after a severe decline in...
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02/09/2023 / By News Editors
Underscoring the need for humanity to overhaul its relationship with nature, 34% of plants species and 40% of animal species across the U.S. are at...
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01/09/2023 / By Belle Carter
A recent study from Environment and Climate Change Canada, the country's environment department, showed that polar bears are thriving – debunking...
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12/19/2022 / By Zoey Sky
A study has revealed that naturally regrowing forests recover "surprisingly fast." The study was conducted by an international team of tropical...
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07/29/2022 / By Arsenio Toledo
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and his administration have asked residents and businesses in the state to conserve water amid a persistent...
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07/15/2022 / By Zoey Sky
According to a first-of-its-kind study conducted by the Global Forest Biodiversity Initiative (GFBI), Earth could have as many as 73,000 tree...
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07/13/2022 / By Belle Carter
A new Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) report found that billions of people depend on 50,000...
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06/01/2022 / By Zoey Sky
Over 50 percent of plant species rely on animals for seed dispersal. According to a study published in the journal Science, the ability of...
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05/27/2022 / By Cassie B.
We are constantly bombarded with stories about various species in both the plant and animal worlds going extinct due to human activity, but sometimes...
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05/27/2022 / By Zoey Sky
A study has revealed that black-browed albatrosses can dive up to an impressive 62 feet (19 meters) into the sea to hunt prey, which is more than...
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03/07/2022 / By Virgilio Marin
In an industry dominated by pesticides and synthetic products, traditional farming offers an alternative approach to protecting crops and the soil....
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02/11/2022 / By Arsenio Toledo
The environment is spreading around 60 percent fewer seeds because the animals and pollinators that plants rely on are all dying. Seed dispersal...
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10/26/2021 / By Ramon Tomey
Fifteen scientists from six countries have come together to look at the loss of crop diversity – including its causes and its full extent. Their...
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09/07/2021 / By Joven Gray
Experts are warning people against using sunscreen, especially those mixed with glitter, as it poses a huge threat to bodies of water. This is the...
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08/24/2021 / By Virgilio Marin
Various insect species have declined by around one-third in the last 10 years, according to a survey conducted by the Technical University of...
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07/26/2021 / By Divina Ramirez
Just three percent of the world's land remains ecologically intact, according to a study published April 15 in the journal Frontiers in Forests and...
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07/15/2021 / By Cassie B.
Some people may think they are doing something nice by releasing unwanted pet goldfish into their local lakes or other bodies of water, but...
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06/25/2021 / By Arsenio Toledo
An oil and gas company is planning to build a massive new oilfield in one of the world's last untapped wildernesses in southern Africa. This proposed...
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