Under Their Wing. In the 1940s, the world’s population of whooping cranes totaled about 20. To combat the birds’ rapid decline, a group of government organizations launched a program at Patuxent Wildlife Research Center in Laurel to breed and raise the birds—called “whoopers”—then lead their first migration, introducing them to life in the wild. | People & Politics | Washingtonian

Under Their Wing. In the 1940s, the world’s population of whooping cranes totaled about 20. To combat the birds’ rapid decline, a group of government organizations launched a program at Patuxent Wildlife Research Center in Laurel to breed and raise the birds—called “whoopers”—then lead their first migration, introducing them to life in the wild. | People & Politics | Washingtonian

What Has President Obama Done? Here’s a List of 253 Accomplishments, with Citations | The PCTC Blog

What Has President Obama Done? Here’s a List of 253 Accomplishments, with Citations | The PCTC Blog

What climate change and receding sea ices mean for the people, wildlife, economy, and politics of the far North.

What climate change and receding sea ices mean for the people, wildlife, economy, and politics of the far North.

As I soon discover, there are few better places to study wildlife crime: for various geographical, cultural, political and economic reasons, Hong Kong is a hub for the trafficking of many different endangered species. The rising threat facing the pangolin only makes sense in this broader context.  I first meet Andersson in the Sheung Wan district, a 30-minute walk from the university.     An outlaw city in the throes of gentrification

How to save the world’s most trafficked mammal

As I soon discover, there are few better places to study wildlife crime: for various geographical, cultural, political and economic reasons, Hong Kong is a hub for the trafficking of many different endangered species. The rising threat facing the pangolin only makes sense in this broader context. I first meet Andersson in the Sheung Wan district, a 30-minute walk from the university. An outlaw city in the throes of gentrification

Big money in politics has stalled action in Congress to address threats to biodiversity and climate change, and provides giveaways to the fossil fuels industry at the expense of taxpayers.

Big money in politics has stalled action in Congress to address threats to biodiversity and climate change, and provides giveaways to the fossil fuels industry at the expense of taxpayers.

Trump Angry Fake Media Doesn’t Report His Long List of Achievements

Trump Angry Fake Media Doesn’t Report His Long List of Achievements

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