Category Archives: WEB MASTER MESSAGES
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Ozone-depleting substances emitted through human activities cause large-scale damage to the stratospheric ozone layer, and influence global climate. Consequently, the production of many of these substances has been phased out; prominent examples are the chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), and their intermediate replacements, … Continue reading →
GHSR Country Watch decides to launch a new monitoring activity after it sees increasing number of mass discontent across the globe. The monitoring is meant to follow how governments and authorities handle the situation in each of their own country. … Continue reading →
The annual dolphin hunting season has begun in Japan’s Taiji cove, which activists say is a cruel practice. Japanese fishermen are trapping hundreds of dolphins in Taiji Cove in central Japan in an annual hunt. Boats began herding more than … Continue reading →
Endangered loggerhead sea turtle is rescued by fishermen in Chile and handed over to marine biologists. They will nurse her back to health and release her back into the wild. Full story: An ailing 77 pound endangered loggerhead sea turtle … Continue reading →
Russian coast guards on Wednesday arrested two Greenpeace activists who scaled an oil platform owned by state energy giant Gazprom in the Arctic to protest oil drilling in defiance of warning shots, the environmental group and officials said.
How climate science became the target of “the best-funded, best-organized smear campaign by the wealthiest industry that the Earth has ever known.” By Kate Sheppard IT’S DIFFICULT TO IMAGINE how a guy who spends most of his time looking at endless columns … Continue reading →