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Marine Theme Parks Place Profits Over Animal Welfare

by Katie Palmer –Canada– Like for many Canadian children, the 1993 Warner Brothers classic Free Willy fueled my love of orca whales, colloquially known as “killer […]

Animals & Environment, Business & Economy, Conservation, Feature Articles, Science & Technology

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

Fishing for Sustainable Practices to Conserve Fisheries

Cross-posted from the Worldwatch Institute’s Nourishing the Planet. Global fish production has reached an all-time high, according to Nourishing the Planet’s latest research for the Worldwatch […]

Conservation, The WIP Talk

To Survive Humans Need Will to Change: Commit to Reducing Pollution and Waste this Earth Day

by Victoria Stirling –Canada– What legacy are we going to leave our descendants? Will human beings worldwide re-evaluate our actions, our politics, and our economics according […]

Animals & Environment, Conservation, Feature Articles, Natural Resources, Pollution, Science & Technology, Water

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

The Story of Stuff’s Annie Leonard Says “It’s so solvable”: 2009 Bioneers Conference Focuses on Solutions

by Kimberly N. Chase – USA – Walking through any one of America’s big cities, the wind may brush a candy bar wrapper across the street […]

Animals & Environment, Conservation, Feature Articles, Films & Documentaries, NGO's, Politics & Democracy, The World, Waste

Women Bear the Brunt of Climate Crisis: Their Stories from the UN Conference in Bali

by Imelda V. Abaño – Philippines – At the December UN conference in Bali, Indonesia, experts and concerned people alike discussed how poor women in developing […]

Animals & Environment, Conservation, Feature Articles, Indonesia, Philippines, Science & Technology, The World

Threatening Tides: Extinguishing Ecosystems and Communities in the Name of Hydroelectric Power

by Michelle Chen – USA – “Rich men dam the water Flooding the hill rice field, causing problems for Mother Rich men dam the river Flooding […]

Animals & Environment, Business & Economy, Conservation, Energy, Feature Articles

Are Biofuels Really the Answer? New Studies Blow the Lid Off Biofuel Production and the Price the Planet Will Pay

by Katharine Daniels Executive Editor, The WIP – USA – The issue of deforestation hasn’t been on my radar for some years. It is one of […]

Animals & Environment, Conservation, Energy, Feature Articles, Technology, The WIP Editorial

Climate Change: An Urgent Issue for Poor Countries Like the Philippines

by Imelda V. Abaño – Philippines – Nowhere will the impact of climate change be felt more than in the world’s poorest nations where people live […]

Animals & Environment, Conservation, Feature Articles, Philippines, Poverty, Science & Technology

Serve God Save The Planet: A Winning Combination

by Katharine Daniels Executive Editor, The WIP USA You must be the change you wish to see in the world. – Gandhi The earth was designed […]

Animals & Environment, Conservation, Feature Articles, Religion, The WIP Editorial