Parks, reserves, and other protected areas are a fundamental strategy used throughout the world for conserving wildlife today. But are parks actually getting the job done? And if so, how and when are they successful?
Posts By: Chris Haney
Every day about 8 trillion tiny plastic particles enter the rivers, streams, lakes and other aquatic habitats of the United States. That’s enough material to entirely blanket 300 tennis courts!
More than 250 species of fish, sea turtles, marine birds, seals, whales and dolphins have suffered from eating or becoming entangled in marine debris from plastics. It’s up to us to put an end to our plastic waste.
Four years after the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig spilled millions of gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, we’re beginning to see the full scope of how this ecological disaster is impacting our wildlife on land, air and sea.
The independent peer review has confirmed it – the USFWS proposal to delist most gray wolves in the U.S. is NOT based on the best available science.