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New Zealand 100% Pure: Shattering the Illusion of Green, Clean & Pristine

Maggie Sergio | Posted 09.24.2014 | Green
Maggie Sergio

Local New Zealanders have documented the wide range of animals and birds poisoned in the forests of New Zealand, providing graphic evidence of the war that the government of New Zealand has declared against its own environment

Agreement Could Prevent Drilling In Park Home To 200 Endangered Gorillas

AP | JOHN HEILPRIN | Posted 08.11.2014 | Green

GENEVA (AP) — An agreement announced Wednesday between a London-based oil company and a wildlife protection group could prevent oil drilling in a na...

Solutions to the Global Water Crisis: 10 Takeaways From The World Water Forum

Joan Michelson | Posted 07.19.2014 | Green
Joan Michelson

About 130 of the best and brightest minds across sectors came together at the 7th World Water Forum on May 15, 2014 on Washington, D.C. to share solutions and build partnerships,

WWE Star Slams Marriage Equality Opponents In Knockout Rant

The Huffington Post | Cavan Sieczkowski | Posted 04.24.2014 | Gay Voices

World Wrestling Entertainment star "Stone Cold" Steve Austin sure knows how to deliver a knockout defense of marriage equality. Last year on his w...

Shark Fin Exports To Hong Kong Fall By 35 Percent, Demand Plunges In China

The Huffington Post | Dominique Mosbergen | Posted 04.10.2014 | Green

Here's some much-needed good news for our shark friends: The Hong Kong chapter of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) announced this week that the vo...

How The REDD+ Community Leverages Online Learning To Protect Our Forests And Reduce Carbon Emissions

Breen Byrnes | Posted 06.01.2014 | Impact
Breen Byrnes

Forests have a critical role to play in the fight against global climate change. Forest loss accounts for up to 20 percent of global carbon emissions -- more than all the cars, trucks, trains, planes and ships in the world. By reducing forest loss, we can reduce carbon emissions and fight climate change. It's that simple.

Encourage Your Kids to Be Eco-Adventurers

Neale Godfrey | Posted 05.19.2014 | Parents
Neale Godfrey

Following a winter that was exceptionally harsh for much of the United States, spring has finally returned. Milder weather, longer days, and the re-emergence of flowers and creatures should remind us of the wonders of nature that are just outside our doors. Help your kids to appreciate and understand the eco-world around us.

Conventional Wisdom, Coal and China

Lou Leonard | Posted 04.23.2014 | Green
Lou Leonard

If the world's two largest economies (and largest polluters) lead the way, other countries will follow and a path to a safer and cleaner future will open up.

Watch Santa Give Krampus a Seasonal Smackdown on The Aquabats! Super Show! Holiday Special

Jim Hill | Posted 02.19.2014 | Entertainment
Jim Hill

It might an odd choice to build the Aquabats' first-ever holiday special around a beast-like creature straight out of Alpine folklore. But as Jacobs revealed during a phone interview earlier this week, creating a Krampus-centric Super Show! episode has always been a Christmas dream of his.

Providing Safe Water, One Photo at a Time

Karin Krchnak | Posted 02.18.2014 | Impact
Karin Krchnak

Of all the water on Earth, just 3 percent of it is fresh--and most of it is frozen in glaciers or as permanent snow. Just 1 percent of the world's water provides all drinking water, is used for sanitation and health, delivers food through fishing and crop irrigation, and provides energy.

Make CSR Hard Core

Jens Martin Skibsted | Posted 02.05.2014 | Business
Jens Martin Skibsted

Corporate ethics is booming. Every major company has its own Corporate Social Responsibility program. CSR consulting is big business, and more and more companies are following suit. But is social responsibility also economically sustainable?

Taking a Stand to Crush Elephant Poaching

Carter Roberts | Posted 01.23.2014 | Green
Carter Roberts

Why the renewed concern, when elephants have been killed for their ivory for centuries? It's both because elephants are very near to being at the end of their rope and because nowadays, poaching is a far cry from being a poor man's means of feeding his family.

LOOK: Hundreds Of New Species Found In The Amazon

Posted 10.23.2013 | Green

At least 441 new species of plants and animals have been discovered in a remote part of the Amazon rain forest, according to the World Wildlife Fund. ...

Wildlife Rangers On The Front Lines Of Poaching Fight

Posted 09.30.2013 | Green

"Every four days, a ranger is killed in the line of duty." So begins the final video in the World Wildlife Fund's comprehensive and troubling serie...

WATCH: Wildlife Crime Is 'Dead Serious'

Posted 09.02.2013 | Green

A new online video series from the World Wildlife Fund explores wildlife crime and the global poaching crisis that's devastating populations of some o...

Obama's Lifeline to Africa's Park Rangers

Carter Roberts | Posted 09.11.2013 | Green
Carter Roberts

It is almost inconceivable that a place as remote, sacred and seemingly well-protected as Dzanga Bai could become a killing ground -- an "elephant mortuary," as sources on the ground described it.

Q&A With Jason Clay: Dialogues on the Environment

Mark Tercek | Posted 08.21.2013 | Green
Mark Tercek

Next in the series is my conversation with Jason Clay, Senior Vice President, Market Transformation for World Wildlife Fund.

INFOGRAPHIC: World's Most Dangerous Seas

The Huffington Post | Dominique Mosbergen | Posted 06.11.2013 | Green

The South China Sea, eastern Mediterranean Sea and Black Sea number among the world's most dangerous seas, according to a new study commissioned by th...

A Chorus for Elephants

Carter Roberts | Posted 05.12.2013 | Green
Carter Roberts

Last week, that rare moment happened with 1.5 million voices from 227 countries and territories coming together in a call to end the ivory trade in Thailand, home to one of the biggest unregulated ivory markets in the world. Their shared vision: to save the world's elephants.

Oxfam's Brands Scorecard Hints at a Better Way for Sustainability: Let the Competitive Juices Flow

Scott Poynton | Posted 04.29.2013 | Business
Scott Poynton

Oxfam just released its "Behind the Brands" scorecard and we can be sure that CEOs at each of the 10 ranked companies went straight to the overview to see where they were placed; concern for their actual score would have been secondary and a deeper look at the details behind the scores third.

Billy Corgan's Wrestling Company Celebrates Year Anniversary With Jake 'The Snake' Roberts; Smashing Pumpkins Reissue Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness

Lauren Drell | Posted 01.30.2013 | Entertainment
Lauren Drell

Billy Corgan and brothers Gabe and Jacques Baron are set to celebrate their wrestling company Resistance Pro's one-year anniversary and the Smashing Pumpkins front man and co-promoters are celebrating large.

Myanmar: The Next Environmental Frontier

Carter Roberts | Posted 01.20.2013 | World
Carter Roberts

A tsunami of foreign investors and development projects are eager to capitalize on a country just beginning to introduce itself to the world and anxious to bring in much needed investment. The question is: what will it keep and what will it lose in the process?

Honoring an Old-School Warrior

Carter Roberts | Posted 12.18.2012 | Green
Carter Roberts

This week a bipartisan group of leaders from industry, government, and civil society came together to memorialize Russell E. Train, environmental visionary, public servant, author, and self-described "conservative conservationist."

The Worst Country For Wildlife Crime

AP | MIKE IVES | Posted 09.21.2012 | Green

AN BINH, Vietnam (AP) — Nineteen tigers prowl outdoor cages the size of dormitory rooms, nibbling frayed wire fences and roaring at a caretaker who ...

How Drones Can Help Save Endangered Species

The Huffington Post | Tara Kelly | Posted 06.21.2012 | Green

Poaching has long contributed to the dwindling populations of endangered species worldwide. Now, conservationists in Nepal are combating the illeg...