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Pesticide Stricken Honeybee Hives On a Sustainable Family Farm

Folklore is such that a beekeeper should tell her hives of deaths, weddings or other significant family events. On the afternoon of Tuesday June 17, 2014, […]

Agriculture, Animals, Animals & Environment, Oregon, Science & Technology, The WIP Talk

VIP Falcon Health Care in the United Arab Emirates

by Victoria Aitken –UK– Ever heard of a hospital which is an international tourist attraction recommended by guidebooks and airlines? Where state of the art medical […]

Animals, Feature Articles, Healthcare, Middle East, Science & Technology

A Moral Argument for Bullfighting: More Humane than Eating Meat

by Victoria Aitken –UK– The social networking world is an odd one – you see your friends less, but know more about them – and real […]

Animals, Arts & Culture, Books, Feature Articles, Spain, Teaching & Learning

Farmageddon Director Kristin Canty on Saving America’s Farms

by Jessica Mosby –USA– For almost a year I have been experiencing insufferable allergies. Many doctors’ appointments and medications later, I still wake up in the […]

Agriculture, Animals, Arts & Culture, Feature Articles, Food & Nutrition, Health, Laws & Legislation, Politics & Democracy, United States

Stop Mastercard’s Dolphin Cruelty‏

Hotel room at a Singapore resort: $253. Discounted tickets to watch wild dolphins suffer in captivity: Priceless. MasterCard is offering discounted tickets to the infamous Resorts […]

Animals, The WIP Talk

Refuse, Renew, and Precycle this World Oceans Day

by Katharine Daniels Executive Editor June 8 is World Oceans Day – a growing global celebration of the big blue body of life that covers 71 […]

Animals, Animals & Environment, California, Conservation, Feature Articles, Science & Technology, The WIP Editorial

A Turbulent Year for California’s Cormorants

by Kimberly N. Chase – USA – Once one of the world’s most notorious prisons, Alcatraz is now home to a new type of visitor – […]

Animals, Animals & Environment, California, Conservation, Feature Articles, San Francisco, Science & Technology