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Iberá National Park Established by Argentine Congress

Image (c)  Tompkins Conservation website, News PRESS RELEASE December 5, 2018 — Buenos Aires, Argentina Iberá National Park Established by Argentine Congress New combined protected area forms largest nature park in Argentina On December 5, 2018, the Congress of Argentina passed legislation approving the creation of Iberá National Park, located in northeastern Argentina, ensuring the long-term […]

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The Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act of 2018

Thanks for helping to spread the word! From Wildlands Network Hi, everyone! The Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act of 2018 has been introduced in Congress, and we are ready to post the wonderful news on social media! Thanks again for your help amplifying this landmark legislation and thanking our Congressional champions for protecting wildlife corridors. Here […]

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Give Thanks

Image courtesy of M. Tracy Hunter by Richard Grossman © At the risk of seeming overly optimistic, I would like to make a list of good things that are happening in the world of family planning and demography. Here goes: My perception is that people are starting to realize the advantages of having small families. Their […]

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The Elephant Has Left The Room

Originally published in ScientistsWarning.org by Rob Harding Recently, Margaret Pyke Trust’s Chief Executive David Johnson boldly asserted “The elephant left the room quite some time ago; let’s follow.” Of course, the elephant he was referring to is population — a primary driver of environmental degradation and a key conservation issue. Separately, eminent biologist E.O. Wilson described population’s fundamental importance for ecological […]

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News and Alerts

11.12.18 Wolf war howls between western and eastern Washington, Carolyn Ossorio, MYNorthwest 11.12.18 Recorded a week or so before the recent large fires in CA, George Wuerthner has spoken about very predictable climate/weather conditions that are driving the recent fires. 11/11/18 The Wildlife News, “Alternatives to Wilderness?” By George Wuerthner. In recent years it has […]

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THE STORY OF A RECOVERABLE EARTH

by Paul Jepson Resurgence and Ecologist Issue 311  November/December 2018 All Is One Undercurrents A new environmental narrative that emphasises regrowth and possibility could provide the hope we need to make a change, argues Paul Jepson. Narratives matter. They establish the architecture for the telling of stories about the state of the world and how […]

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Keep up the Pressure to Prevent Cruelty in our National Preserves

From Wilderness Watch, October 30, 2018 The Trump administration is working to roll back a 2015 National Park Service (NPS) rule that banned controversial hunting practices on 19 million acres of America’s National Preserves in Alaska, which includes millions of acres of Wilderness. We urge you to submit a public comment by Nov. 5 on the environmental assessment […]

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Night, Sourdough Mountain Lookout

Sourdough Mountain lies at the heart of the North Cascades. A mile above the Skagit River canyon at the intersection of six major drainages, it commands one of the most spectacular views in the range. That summer [the dry summer of 2003] marked a milestone in the cultural history of the mountains. It was the […]

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