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EcoJustice Expected To Rise Under Donald Trump


Originally published on EdenKeeper.org Creation Care leaders are predicting the coming Trump presidency will prompt more ecojustice activism, including non-violent civil disobedience, within US faith communities.

Stunning Video By NASA Astronaut Jeff Williams Shares The Beauty Of Earth From Space


When you're the country's astronaut who has clocked the most days in space, such as NASA's Jeff Williams with his 534 days of space time, you still may not be a household name or a social media star, but when you bring home ultra high-def (UHD) footage of the Earth, the internet loves you.

Giraffe Numbers Have Fallen By ~40% Over The Last 30 Years, IUCN Reports


In conjunction with the decline of practically every other megafauna animal still in the world, giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis) numbers have fallen by around 40% over just the last 30 years, according to new data from the IUCN.

Ring-Tailed Lemurs Declining Rapidly, Now Fewer Than 2,500 Left, Research Finds


The iconic ring-tailed lemur of Madagascar (the only place that the primates known as “true lemurs” have ever existed) is rapidly headed towards extinction, according to new research from the University of Victoria in British Columbia and CU Boulder.

Only 7,100 Cheetahs Left In The World, Study Finds


There are now only 7,100 cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus) left in the world, according to a new study from the Zoological Society of London, Panthera, and the Wildlife Conservation Society.

5 Ways to Counter Fake News about Climate Change by Thinking Critically about Media


The recent media avalanche of fake news and news misinformation has contributed to a malaise among progressive citizens.

Deforestation By “Subsistence” Farmers In Congo Driven By Money-Making Not Self-Sufficiency, Only Very Small Portion Of Population Responsible For Most Deforestation, Research Finds


Despite some common presumptions on the matter, it seems that most deforestation occurring in the Congo Basin is the result of only a small share of locals, and those that are taking part aren’t doing so for self-sufficiency but rather to “increase their quality of life,” according to a new study from the University of [&hellip Deforestation By “Subsistence” Farmers In Congo Driven By Money-Making Not Self-Sufficiency, Only Very Small Portion Of Population Responsible For Most Deforestation, Research Finds was originally posted on: PlanetSave.

Misinformation from News Site Breitbart is Threat to Climate Change Action


How does the right-wing news site Breitbart describe and deny climate change Misinformation from News Site Breitbart is Threat to Climate Change Action was originally posted on: PlanetSave.

No New Coal Power Plans In India After 2022?


Between 2022 and 2027, India plans to add 12,000 megawatts of large hydro capacity, 4,800 megawatts of nuclear power capacity but ZERO thermal power capacity No New Coal Power Plans In India After 2022?

Calatrava’s Iconic Sundial Bridge was Spawned by Salmon


Originally published on Green Building Elements Spawned by the need to protect a seemingly insignificant patch of gravel, not many folks know that Redding’s iconic Sundial Bridge rose as a result of an eco-challenge surmountable only by architect Santiago Calatrava’s sensitive and innovative expertise.

Solarize with Faith Program is Energizing Connecticut


Originally published on EdenKeeper.org A community outreach program in Connecticut called Solarize with Faith is helping faith group members display their creation care by putting solar on their roofs.

Aruba Promises 100% Clean Energy by 2020


Many countries have made initial plans to transition to renewable energy resources. Aruba has set specific goals to make those plans a reality Aruba Promises 100% Clean Energy by 2020 was originally posted on: PlanetSave.

India Considers Incentives For Utilities To Buy Wind Power


A private firm, which evaluated the generation-based incentive scheme in India has proposed to incentivise utilities to purchase wind power.

Ocean Acidification May Cause Cascading Loss Of Biodiversity In Some Marine Habitats, Research Finds


The ocean acidification that’s now occurring, as a result of increasing anthropogenic levels of carbon dioxide emissions, will led to cascading losses of biodiversity in many marine habitats and ecosystems, according to new research from the University of British Columbia and its partners.

Corals Grow To Be Much, Much Older Than Previously Assumed, Research Finds — Implications Relating To Ocean Acidification & Coral Bleaching Events


Specific coral genotypes (“individuals”) can live for more than 5,000 years (at the least) according to new research from the National Marine Fisheries Service, Penn State, and Dial Cordy & Associates.

[do not publish]Green Festivals to Offset Emissions with Carbon Credit Capital Partnership


Most people know about renewable energy in the form of solar, wind or geothermal power, for example, and the biggest and best firms in the world are pouring resources towards finding better ways to produce longer lasting products with less input.

The Social and Environmental Justice Marketplace at the Green Festival Expo


The Green Festival is more than a shopping experience: learn about the social, environmental, community, and food activist groups that will be exhibiting at the Portland Green Festival this weekend!

Mothman Sighting – Picture Taken In Point Pleasant, West Virginia, True Or Hoax?


The mothman, the giant supposedly human-like flying creature first spotted in Point Pleasant, West Virginia back in the 1960s has made its return to the popular consciousness once again it seems — with images recently taken (on 20 November 2016) by an unidentified man now making the rounds on the internet.

Hogwarts School aka Gloucester Cathedral in UK Goes Solar


Originally published on EdenKeeper.org Formally blessed and sanctified, 150 solar panels forming a 38 kW array have been pressed into religious service at the iconic Gloucester Cathedral in Gloucestershire, England.

Indigenous Norwegians Force Bank To Withdraw Support For Dakota Access Pipeline


Breaking News: Army Corps of Engineers Denies Easement For Pipeline The secretary of the Army Corps of Engineers told Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave Archambault II Sunday that the current route for the controversial Dakota Access pipeline will be denied.


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