Draw the Line on Alaska’s Cruel Hunts

Draw the Line on Alaska’s Cruel Hunts.

Tell TSA Authorities That Breast Cancer Survivors Must Be Treated With Respect

UPDATE: Apparently my petition time has expired!

So I guess this petition is closed on my side ~ ~ Thank you to everyone



The President of the United States of America is on Our Side

NWI Act for Arctic

So, I don’t know if you all have been receiving updates from The White House within the past few months,  but I got this e-mail last month!


Here are all the links that are in blue from the email so you can look into it more for yourself:

“Watch as President Obama’s Science Advisor..” >>>  http://www.whitehouse.gov/share/only-takes-three-minutes-see-why-we-must-act-climate-change?utm_expid=24505866-36.ZeB9DFOuRwSSjVie-9tsqQ.1&utm_source=email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=email359-text1&utm_campaign=climate

The video >>> http://click.mail.whitehouse.gov/?qs=597c42d6967407a9621a804827dcce426bbdade2cd03c364d61b13cdf3d921d47dd28515482942db

Last one >>> http://click.mail.whitehouse.gov/?qs=597c42d6967407a9c88772c03f2d8b090b15ccda0a174cc11bbc9f4755e884fe11f91d518829d09e

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Questions, Comments, Criticism.

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Thanks for your time!


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BRAVO!! This Group Has Been Involved with Protecting the Arctic for Over Two Decades!!

NWI Act for Arctic

Hello all!

Sorry, it’s been quite a while since we’ve posted.

We’ve been busy-busy with preparations for our “Ice Ride” event scheduled for Sunday, November 2nd!

DETAILS HERE: https://www.facebook.com/#!/events/808769179187426/?context=create&previousaction=create&source=49&sid_create=258003049

Anyway – Today we’re celebrating the inspirational involvement of the World Wildlife Foundation!

WWF World Arctic Program


“The Arctic is estimated to hold the world’s largest remaining untapped gas reserves and some of its largest undeveloped oil reserves. These reserves, if tapped, have implications for the global climate, and for the Arctic environment.”

Quote from & more info here: http://wwf.panda.org/what_we_do/where_we_work/arctic/what_we_do/oil_gas/

Did YOU know they’ve been working to enrich the biodiversity of the Arctic – since 1992?! WE DIDN’T.

With Greenpeace working to discuss making the Arctic a sanctuary AND the WWF’s on-going work of preserving the area – we are even more excited to be a part of this movement!!


Thanks for reading – together we’re our own better future!!

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Watch what happens when a citizen pulls over an officer and gives him a warning

I need to find out if this is illegal in the state of Pennsylvania…..

Indus dolphin rescued from Rice canal (Pakistan)

The ocean update

Photo by Albert Reichert Photo by Albert Reichert

October 26th, 2014. SUKKUR : The wildlife department has rescued a rare blind dolphin which remained trapped for two days in the shallow waters of the Rice canal in the Sukkur barrage area, officials said on Saturday.

After getting information about the dolphin, wildlife staffers reached the spot, rescued the dolphin and release it in the deep waters of the Indus on Friday.

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There are still tons of BP oil on the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico

There are still tons of BP oil on the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico.

Beaufort Sea polar bear subpopulation boundary has been changed


Environment Canada recently posted a set of maps on its website that show it has moved the boundary between the polar bear subpopulation it shares with the USA — without a word to the media or a note anywhere.

EC S_N Beaufort boundary change Sept 8 2014_cropped PolarBearScience

While a change to the Canada/US Beaufort Sea boundary has been discussed by polar bear researchers for some time (e.g. here), there are no links on the EC website or references listed to explain to readers why this change was made.

In fact, the boundary move between the Southern and Northern Beaufort subpopulations is noted on only one of the five maps posted and even then, the “notification” is present only as a footnote in blurred print. So if you didn’t happen to look closely at that particular map, you might not even realize that the boundary on all the other maps was new.

[The map with the boundary…

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Should meat be a luxury?

Should meat be a luxury?.

Israel Is Quickly Becoming the Most Vegan-Friendly Country in the World | Care2 Causes

Life or Lunch?

3118889.largeIsrael is stepping up for vegans unlike any other country. I mean, the country’s growing demand for vegan products made Domino’s have a change a heart and gave Israelis the option of soy cheese (which is great news considering the horror stories we’ve already heard from the dairy farm where the original cheese came from). But Israel’s widespread vegan accommodations go beyond pizza toppings.

4 Percent of Israelis Are Vegan 

As the organizer of VegFest, Omri Paz, told BizNews, “Four percent of Israelis define themselves as vegans, it’s the most vegan country in the world.” Comparatively, in the United States, we get excited when the vegan population doubled in two years with 2.5 percent of Americans identifying as vegan, says Occupy for Animals. But there still might be hope for us. If the trend continues in the States, then 80 percent of Americans could be vegan by 2050.


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Status of Canadian polar bear populations has been changed – more good news


According to maps dated June 2014, Environment Canada (EC) has changed the trend status of several Canadian subpopulations — without any announcement or publicly-available documents explaining the basis of the changes.

Figure 3. "Series of Circumpolar Polar Bear Subpopulation and Status Trend Maps 2010, 2013 & 2014" Note the asterisk below the 2014 map, which is dated "June 2014" and is different in its status assessment from the one released in February 2013 by the PBSG. Original here. Figure 1. Environment Canada’s “Map 4: Series of Circumpolar Polar Bear Subpopulation and Status Trend Maps 2010, 2013 & 2014.” Original here.

And would it surprise you to learn that virtually all of these status changes reveal more good news about polar bears?

Surprisingly, the June 2014 EC status assessments for many Canadian subpopulations are very different from the 2013 assessment released by the Polar Bear Specialist Group back in February 2014.

Have a look at the map above (Fig. 1), number 4 in the EC series, where the boundary change discussed in my last post is noted below the 2014 map.

Data sources for this composite map are stated to be “Canadian subpopulation status provided by…

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A Keystone XL activist gets his day in court

A Keystone XL activist gets his day in court.