While humans don’t have to interfere with wildlife on most fronts, they can better use satellite technology to understand when an animal needs help or when a species is in danger. Here's how satellite technology can play a role in global wildlife conservation efforts.
However much adorable and lovable these animals are, research has shown that pets leave a significant carbon footprint in the environment mainly due to their eating habits. So, how do you mitigate the negative environmental impact of pet ownership? Consider these suggestions and alternatives.
How can a dog be bad for the environment? Aren't they part of it? Although they may be animals, our dogs aren't like wild wolves. They aren't adapted to the natural environment, but rather to human needs and desires which, as anyone concerned about the environment know, can often get out of control in our consumer driven culture. So how do you re-orient pet ownership to be more environmentally friendly?
While veganism is often spoken about in terms of animal rights, it is also a much greener alternative to a meat-based diet. For one, a vegan diet produces around 7x less greenhouse gas emissions than that of a meat-eater.
Not only is artificial light damaging to our health, contributing to light pollution and using a huge amount of energy, but it is also dangerous to the survival of many species of wildlife, too. Learn here how you can curb the harmful effects of artificial light on wildlife, and in your own abode as well.
The movie Albatross shows the heart-wrenching reality of the effects of ocean plastic, in even the most remote parts of the world. Plastic has been found in 9 out of 10 birds, indicating that there is no longer an area of the planet where this debris isn’t wreaking havoc.
‘Extinctions Brewing’ in the UK, as Conservation Expert Chris Packham Observes Devastating Loss of...
Chris Packham, a well known naturalist in the UK, has recently expressed great concerns over the lack of wildlife he’s observed in Britain in 2018, an island that he believes is now heading towards an ‘ecological collapse’ unless serious action is soon taken.
‘Hypocritical’ Treatment Towards Animals: Anonymous for the Voiceless Share Shocking Comparisons Made by Activist.
The Facebook post, which included references towards holiday traditions, religion, fashion and food, shows how in some instances it is socially acceptable to act abusively towards an animal, and yet in other cases, these same actions would be considered ‘barbaric.’