rights of nature

Action Alert: May 12, 13, or 14, 2021, the California Coastal Commission Making decision to allow helicopters to scatter poisonous bait to kill 8-10 owlsor not to permit the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to use helicopters to scatter 1.5 tons of c

Attention ocean lovers: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to use helicopters to scatter 1.5 tons of cereal bait onto the Southeast Farallon Island to try to kill eight to ten Burrowing Owls. See articles below for unintentional consequences using poison baits…..  https://youtu.be/2bEcyWaVgX0 On May 12, 13, or 14, 2021, the California Coastal Commission will decide […]

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HCN: Study finds wildfire caused massive bird die-off

High Country News: Study finds wildfire caused massive bird die-off Research using crowdsourced data found a correlation with the birds’ deaths, nearby fires and toxic air. Joshua Rapp Learn This story originally appeared in Eos and is republished here as part of Covering Climate Now, a global journalism collaboration strengthening coverage of the climate story. After an abnormally large

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After months of border wall construction, a look at the damage done

Ecocide Crimes against nature: “..construction crews have been dynamiting, drilling, pumping, excavating and clear-cutting public land. In places like Guadalupe Canyon in far eastern Arizona, simply building roads to bring in construction equipment involved blasting mountainsides and sending the rubble down to clog drainages. Previously wide-open landscapes where wildlife and water could move freely have

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Rodenticide vote on Monday in Sacramento….

Rodenticide vote on Monday in Sacramento…. State Senator Mike McGuire Eureka Office: Phone: 707-445-6508 Fax: 707-445-6511 Santa Rosa Office: Phone: 707-576-2771 Fax: 707-576-2773 San Rafael Office: Phone: 415-479-6612 Fax: 415-479-1146 Ukiah Office: Phone: 707-468-8914 LA TIMES:Opinion: Time to stop poisoning mountain lions and other wildlife By CARLA HALL EDITORIAL WRITER  AUG. 29, 2020 3:23 PM Rats are

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Florida Approves Release of 750 Million GM Mosquitoes amidst Public Outcry

“A recent field study in Brazil by researchers from the Powell lab at Yale University confirmed that the mosquito’s engineered genes had spread into wild populations of mosquitoes……EPA unlawfully refused to seriously analyze environmental risks, now without further review of the risks, the experiment can proceed…” Florida Approves Release of 750 Million GM Mosquitoes amidst Public Outcry Posted

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