It’s Rhino Friday on Facebook – join our new group at this link https://www.facebook.com/groups/stop.rhino.poaching.rhinofriday/ and once you have joined look lower down on the right of our group and you sill see “Suggested Members” simply click add and add them. Rhino Friday Stop Rhino Poaching. The group was started 48 …..
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When we trust a bank with our savings and investments, we assume the bank will do only “good” with our hard-earned cash. Yet throughout Europe, and the world, major banks have ploughed massive amounts of money into unsustainable enterprises that are bad for the planet, including the destruction of our …..
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21,000 gallon oil slick traced to onshore pipeline threatens whales in ‘sensitive environment’ near Santa Barbara A broken pipeline has spilled 21,000 gallons (79,500 litres) of crude oil into the ocean before it could be shut off, creating a slick stretching about four miles (6.4km) along the central California coastline, …..
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A US hunter who paid $350,000 (£225,000) to kill a black rhino in Namibia has successfully shot the animal, saying his actions would help protect the critically endangered species. Corey Knowlton, from Texas, downed the rhino with a high-powered rifle after a three-day hunt through the bush with government officials …..
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Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane says her department is working on completing a comprehensive water plan for South Africa with the aim of managing the country’s scarce resource. The Minister said the plan, which her department aims to finalise during the current financial year, will use innovative means and …..
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At least 74 Chinese vessels have fished illegally on prohibited fishing grounds off the coast of West Africa, according to findings from a two-year study by Greenpeace East Asia and Greenpeace Africa released on Wednesday. “While China extended a hand in friendship during the Ebola outbreak, rogue Chinese companies were …..
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People who are concerned about the future of this planet are well-aware of the threats from pollution and excessive energy use. Numerous websites, blogs and publications are warning that the natural resources are dwindling, mainly because of disproportionate harvesting and returning. You cannot give a plastic bottle back to the …..
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Considering Translocation The recent increase in rhino poaching has resulted in numerous discussions over how to combat this threat to wildlife. Nature conservationists support the theory that the translocation of rhino to safe havens will save the species from poachers, whereas government officials remain skeptical as to whether these operations …..
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