ANIMALS AT RISK: Yellowstone - Here's How You Can... →
National Wildlife Federation’s Adopt-a-Wildlife-Acre program addresses the conflicts between livestock and Yellowstone wildlife. We compensate ranchers to give up their public land grazing leases, and they use our funds to obtain new lands in areas without conflict. Yellowstone wildlife is secure, and ranchers’ cattle is protected. It’s truly a win-win situation! Without secure habitat,...
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Climate Change Scientists of the World... What’s... →
If this turns out to be true then it is disgusting. “Willie Soon, a U.S. climate change skeptic who has also discounted the health risks of mercury emissions from coal, has received more than $1 million in funding in recent years from large energy companies and an oil industry group, according to Greenpeace… … Beginning in 2002, Soon’s funding mostly came from oil...