Archives for October 2015

Antarctic Ocean Wilderness Left Vulnerable

30 October 2015 | World Wildlife Fund UK News Release

WWF expressed disappointment as the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources [Continue Reading…]

Keeping Global Temp Rise Under 2 Degrees C

30 October 2015 | United Nations Environment Programme News Release

(Berlin) – An unprecedented world-wide effort is underway to combat climate change, building confidence that nations [Continue Reading…]

Palau Creates National Marine Sanctuary

28 October 2015 | Earthjustice News Release

San Francisco, CA — Earthjustice applauds the creation of the Palau National Marine Sanctuary, signed into law today by [Continue Reading…]

New Efforts to Promote Sustainable Agriculture

26 October 2015 | The White House News Release

Agricultural producers and their communities across the country are already experiencing the impacts of [Continue Reading…]

U.S. and Indonesia Cooperate on Climate Change

26 October 2015 | The White House News Release

The United States takes a whole-of-government approach to helping Indonesian efforts to reduce its [Continue Reading…]

WWF Says More Needed to Reduce Climate Emissions

23 October 2015 | World Wildlife Fund News Release

One of the first big jobs facing leaders when thay arrive the Paris for the climate talks will be how to find a way to close the [Continue Reading…]

Climate Change Threatens Remaining Snow Leopard

22 October 2015 | World Wildlife Fund News Release

More than one-third of snow leopard habitat could be rendered unsuitable for the species if climate change trends [Continue Reading…]

Coal Declining While Renewables Growing

21 October 2015 | World Wildlife Fund News Release

Bonn, Germany – Globally, coal mining companies are on the edge of the financial abyss and more planned coal plants are [Continue Reading…]

Paris Negotiators Urged to Support Transportation Pollution Cuts

21 October 2015 | Center for Biological Diversity News Release

WASHINGTON— Nineteen conservation organizations representing millions of members today urged the U.S. negotiating [Continue Reading…]

NOAA Hexacopter Monitors Killer Whales

21 October 2015 | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration News Release

A NOAA Fisheries research team flying a remotely operated hexacopter in Washington’s San Juan Islands in September [Continue Reading…]

Environmental Agencies Urge Protection of Fragile Reefs

20 October 2015 | The Humane Society News Release

A new effort to crack down on the annual capture of hundreds of thousands of wild reef animals from Hawaii’s fragile reef [Continue Reading…]

Reducing Black Carbon Can Save Lives

19 October 2015 | United Nations Environment Programme News Release

Washington, D.C. – Black carbon causes millions of deaths every year and contributes to the warming of the planet. [Continue Reading…]

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