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Wildlife trafficking is on the ballot in Oregon

When Oregon voters go to the polls this week, they will decide whether to ban the buying and selling of ...
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Battle lines drawn fast at global whaling huddle

PORTOROZ, Slovenia: A key meeting on whales opened to early confrontation Monday (Oct 24) with Japan seeking an end to ...
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Sea Shepherd will keep harassing Japanese whaling boats despite US court ruling

A United States court ruling preventing conservationists from attacking Japanese whaling boats will not stop the annual protection campaign in ...
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China jails 7 people, including airport employee, for smuggling rare tortoises

On July 26, a Chinese court sentenced seven people to prison terms for smuggling more than 300 rare radiated tortoises ...
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Can a new park save China’s big cats?

Feng Limin follows the lives of China's scarcest wild cats like a soap opera fan. He has never encountered one, ...
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Only 3 northern white rhinos left in the world

Nola, a female northern white rhino died in San Diego Zoo, aged 41 on November 22. This leaves just three ...
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Forests to cover 25% of China in “eco-civilization” project

Nearly one quarter of China will be covered in forest by 2020 if the country implements its "eco-civilization" project, according ...
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African countries square up for battle over future of ivory trade ban

Three countries in southern Africa have banded together to press for the ban on the international trade in ivory to ...
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Greenpeace sounds alarm over China’s long-distance fishing fleet

China’s vast, long-distance fishing industry has expanded to more than 10 times the size of America’s and its growth is ...
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‘Alarming’ bleaching of Maldives corals: conservationists

Coral reefs in the Maldives are under severe stress after suffering mass bleaching this year as sea temperatures soared, a ...
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Decline of fishing in Lake Tanganyika ‘due to warming’

New research blames rising temperatures over the last century as the key cause of decline in one of the world's ...
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We Were Promised The Greenest Olympics Ever. We Got An Ecological Disaster.

On a cool December night in Paris, at an awards ceremony in the city’s 3rd arrondissement, Eduardo Paes, the mayor ...
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