Tag: endangered animal

The Green Buzz: Monday, October 28

Written by | October 28th, 2013

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In today’s green news: A plan to hunt the endangered rhino, when bees were destroyed, the broken ocean and more.

  1. The preservation of the country’s open landscapes in the west has some folks troubled. (New York Times)
  2. What can 1 million trees do? Quite a lot, as it turns out. (MNN)
  3. A Texas hunting club has plans to auction off a permit to hunt one of the world’s most endangered animals. (ABC News)
  4. The dinosaurs weren’t the only victims of mass extinction 66 million years ago. (BBC News)
  5. Silence of a broken ocean haunted this yachtsman on his voyage across the seas. (Sydney Morning Herald)

Spotlighting Black-Footed Ferrets in South Dakota

Written by | October 18th, 2012

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Conservancy staffers recount their efforts to help save populations of the endangered — and very elusive — black-footed ferret in South Dakota.

Cool Green Morning: Friday, October 12

Written by | October 12th, 2012

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Today we’re happily singing “It’s a green world after all…”

  1. Disney eliminates the use of unsustainable paper. Mickey and Minnie high five. (Huffington Post Green)
  2. Halting the extinction of endangered species isn’t cheap. Think: $80 billion. (Reuters)
  3. Trick or treat? Some Halloween candy is linked to rainforest destruction. (Mongabay)
  4. All you need is a little lightning to make concrete a recyclable material. (TreeHugger)
  5. Almost 100 invasive species call the River Thames home. (RedOrbit)

Helping Save the Endangered Black-Footed Ferret

Written by | October 17th, 2011

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The Nature Conservancy’s Karla Suckling and volunteer Bill Allen are helping to save one of the most endangered mammals in North America this week and are sending updates from the field.

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