Tag: biodiversity


Saving the ghosts of Madagascar, the Lemurs

Saving the Ghosts of Madagascar, the Lemurs

To see the black and white face of the Indri lemur is to look at a specter, at a moment’s notice capable of disappearing into the increasingly tenuous forests of the 4th largest island on Earth.
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Saving the great Apes - Cyril Christo

Saving the Great Apes, Our Closest Living Relatives

The prevalent view among Westerners was that they were killers and would attack humans at the slightest provocation.
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Can the last wild rhinos be saved from extinction? by Cyril Christo

Can the Last Wild Rhinos be Saved from Extinction?

This species, the now very rare Sumatran rhino, number only about eighty. The Javan rhino is at less than 70 and the Indian at about 3,500.
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Grizzly Bears Need Better protection by Cyril Christo

Grizzly bears need better protection now

It was only in 1975 that the grizzly was put on the Endangered Species list, which certain political persuasions and special interests would like to undo, all for the sake of mining, oil, ranching and trophy hunters.
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After devastating fires, Australia needs a new environmental agenda

After Devastating Fires, Australia needs a New Environmental Agenda

The fires should serve as a warning for the rest of us. Its leaders languish with coal in their soul for being in denial of climate realities and the greatest Earth changes Australia has experienced since humans first walked onto the continent.
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We need an international environmental criminal court now

We Need an International Environmental Criminal Court Now!

It is time humanity create an International Environmental Criminal Court, representing all continents, to enforce environmental protection across borders, and to minimize damage to what remains of our only life support system. Before it is too late.
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