These satirical illustrations convey the clear reality of how humans have been conditioned to cruelly treat animals.
Captive animals are deprived of everything that is natural and important to them. Many suffer from a condition called “zoochosis,” which manifests as incessant pacing, swaying, head-bobbing, bar-biting, and self-mutilation.
Driven by their passion for wildlife and nature conservation, the couple has worked diligently over the last 25 years to transform barren land into what is known as the SAI Sanctuary.
The FDA exists to ensure that the food and drugs we consume are safe for humans, but does not typically evaluate the environmental impacts of putting new types of engineered foods (like G.E. salmon) into the ecosystem.
In 2014, more than 113 tons of whale meat was sold to the largest manufacturer of animal feed for the Norwegian fur industry. Read more…
The killer whale was saved with what rescuers called a “[MacGyver-]type water pump” and plenty of manpower.
A plethora of people are calling this beekeeper a genius, this is because he figured out a way to train his bees to make honey from cannabis.
The symbolism doesn’t get much worse. 13 bald eagles — the U.S. national bird — were found dead. Were they killed? Or was it environmental causes? Neither scenario is good.
The public health researchers’ organization, Abrasco, also named Pyriproxyfen as a possible cause of microcephaly. The group condemns the spraying of chemicals to combat disease-carrying mosquitoes, which it says is contaminating the environment and doing nothing to decrease the insects’ population
In the worst bee colony die-off in nine years, American beekeepers lost 42.1% of their hives since April 2014, with the heaviest loss occurring in summer — a fact that has alarmed entomologists.
California state documents obtained by the Center for Biological Diversity in October 2014 revealed that the oil industry had illegally dumped almost three billion gallons of wastewater from fracking (hydraulic fracturing to extract oil and gas) into central California aquifers. According to the Center for Biological Diversity report, the leaking occurred through at least nine injection disposal wells used by the oil industry to dispose of contaminated waste.