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Scientists Say These Are The First Snow Leopard Quadruplets Seen In The Wild

The Huffington Post | Hilary Hanson | Posted 01.03.2017 | Green

What’s cuter than a baby snow leopard? More baby snow leopards. Footage released last month shows what scientists with the World Wildlife Fund are d...

Wildlife Rangers Are Using Military-Grade Tech To Catch Poachers, And It's Working

The Huffington Post | Nick Visser | Posted 11.21.2016 | Green

Catching poachers is a risky business. They’re often heavily armed, engage in what’s been likened to guerrilla warfare and operate under the cover...

Let's Build a Safe Bridge for the Next Generation

Steve Ertel | Posted 11.18.2016 | Green
Steve Ertel

Recently I found myself standing in front of 25 second graders, talking about the plight of pollinators, and specifically monarch butterflies. My job ...

Humans Are Close To Killing Off Two-Thirds Of All Wildlife In Just 50 Years

The Huffington Post | Nick Visser | Posted 10.27.2016 | Green

A damning new report from the World Wildlife Fund has found a precipitous decline in the world’s animal populations as thousands of species scramble...

Unfinished Business: President Obama's Climate Legacy

Lou Leonard | Posted 09.26.2016 | Green
Lou Leonard

It's not fair. You could argue that we shouldn't even be having this conversation. It really isn't close. But with less than two months left in his ...

Mack & Moxy: The Great Helpee Heroes - Fun and educational while teaching about humanitarian causes and beliefs.

KIDS FIRST! | Posted 06.06.2016 | Teen

This all new TV show, being simultaneously released on DVD features Mack, a lovable, moose-like lummox, and Moxy, a feisty whirlwind of a raccoon/fox ...

This Earth Hour, Let's Be United, Not Divided

Lou Leonard | Posted 03.18.2016 | Green
Lou Leonard

We are often told that the United States is more divided now than at almost any time in our history. If you're following the presidential election, it's easy to see what they mean. And it's not just in America.

Borneo: Conversations About Ecotourism and Headhunting in Sabah

Jean Newman Glock | Posted 01.12.2017 | Travel
Jean Newman Glock

My grandfather, William Wilson Porter, visited Borneo before I was born. He sent my brothers a shrunken head. My father took it to the hospital to det...

Adapt to Survive

Omar Vidal | Posted 12.10.2016 | Green
Omar Vidal

The Paris summit must establish greater global solidarity with the poor and vulnerable across the world, but especially in developing countries, particularly vulnerable island states and less developed countries.

10 Things You Didn't Know About Canada Geese

Mary Lou Simms | Posted 12.09.2016 | Green
Mary Lou Simms

I've never seen anything like it. According to the goose mantra, every moment is to be cherished, savored, revered. They may experience sadness over the loss of a mate or gosling but long-term depression seems to have no place in their realm.

Will Climate Change Break the Global Food System?

David MacLennan | Posted 12.07.2016 | Green
David MacLennan

Will climate change by itself break the global food system in the next 10 to 15 years? That's unlikely. But add population growth, failed states, armed conflict and political instability to the mix and the picture starts looking a lot more combustible. Places that are already grappling with other strains may well be driven over the edge by climate-induced food price spikes.

Returning to Our Roots: Saving Forests and Curbing Climate Change

Tom Dillon | Posted 12.02.2016 | Green
Tom Dillon

Carbon reduction pledges going into the Paris negotiations will get us about halfway to where science says we need to be to avoid the worst effects of climate change. Focusing on forests can help bridge that gap.

Changing Climate Change

Lou Leonard | Posted 12.01.2016 | Green
Lou Leonard

I left on Thanksgiving Day for Paris. It's a different Paris than I thought I would see when I booked my flight two months ago. Or when many of us beg...

Software and Data Helping Overhaul Conservation

Victoria Espinel | Posted 11.18.2016 | Technology
Victoria Espinel

Today, I gave the keynote address at the World Wildlife Fund’s 2015 Fuller Symposium. This year’s theme, “Wired in the Wild,” explores how sof...

Snow Leopards May Soon Vanish, Thanks In Part To Climate Change

The Huffington Post | Nick Visser | Posted 10.22.2015 | Science

Climate change is unforgiving when it comes to the world's most enigmatic species. Penguins have been forced to climb cliffs to breed as sea ice melts...

Pope Francis' Visit: A Moment to Think Differently

Lou Leonard | Posted 09.24.2016 | Green
Lou Leonard

Today all nations are working at home to set new climate goals ahead of UN climate talks in Paris in December. This is important and unprecedented and should put to rest questions about whether the world is ready to act together.

These Stunning Silk Scarves Are Helping Save The Earth

The Huffington Post | Julee Wilson | Posted 09.04.2015 | Style

"Fashion is a very strong means of expression, and it can inspire others to act. You become your own promotional tool for your beliefs and the way you...

A Marine Bank: Too Big to Fail

Belinda Waymouth | Posted 07.21.2016 | Green
Belinda Waymouth

How can we be largely unaware that such an important piece of the earth's ecological puzzle -- two-thirds the size of the continental U.S -- is disappearing?

Making Nice: A Battle Cry for Biological Diversity

Lisa Novick | Posted 05.22.2016 | Green
Lisa Novick

This reluctance to actively consider something that causes cognitive dissonance or necessitates reappraisal of our actions is reprehensible. This reluctance is the death knell of countless species and ecosystems on Earth that we have come to love and are loathe to imagine the world without.

This Country Just Made a Forever-Commitment to the Environment

Carter Roberts | Posted 06.21.2015 | Green
Carter Roberts

Project Finance for Permanence is one of the greatest innovations of our time to secure permanent funding for our precious and vulnerable landscapes. It holds governments accountable to their long-term conservation commitments.

Tracking a Leopard in Sri Lanka

Karin Badt | Posted 04.10.2015 | Travel
Karin Badt

Green leaves are flickering and peacocks are howling outside my tent. I lie in an enormous bed strewn with flower petals as the night begins to lighten, with a half-moon still in the sky.

Prince William's International Leadership on Animal Conservation

Richard Leakey | Posted 02.18.2015 | Green
Richard Leakey

The fight to save the world's wildlife is about much more than the beauty of the animals or the illegal activity that would destroy them. Our wildlife is essential to preserving the biodiversity of our world and to expanding our understanding and appreciation of human and animal life and evolution.

A Force Awakens

Lou Leonard | Posted 02.01.2015 | Green
Lou Leonard

Okay so, negotiations over a new global climate pact won't break the internet like the new Star Wars trailer. But maybe they should. We are now one year away from the deadline for a new agreement to slow the growing climate crisis.

Memo to McDonald's: The Climate Deserves a Break Today

Elliott Negin | Posted 02.01.2015 | Green
Elliott Negin

Besides the fact that McDonald's sells a lot of beef, which is by far the worst meat for the climate, it's one of the top 10 largest users of palm oil, the world's most popular vegetable oil -- and a major source of carbon emissions.

This Is The Fashion Meets Wildlife Collaboration You've Been Waiting For

The Huffington Post | Rebecca Shapiro | Posted 07.09.2014 | Style

When eco-friendly designers like Stella McCartney vow to create animal-friendly clothes made of sustainable materials, we're not sure they had somethi...