Last Javan Rhino In Vietnam Killed; Species Number Down To Approximately 40

Eco Friendly Daily

Rhinoceroses on this planet are in danger of extinction. Increases which they fear will annihilate rhinos from the planet with considerable ease. Vietnam has been part of the recent escalation of rhino poaching as their demand for rhino horns has significantly increased recently.

What a simple cup of Peanuts can do for our Planet.

Elephant Journal

Others had the Vietnam and Korean Wars. Each generation has some byproduct of living to address. My father had World War II and immigration from France after the German invasion. My surrogate grandfather and neighbor had the Great Depression. His wife had the Kansas Dust Bowl days. We have. And, the environment. Animal Rights Enlightened Society Green animal conservation birds climate change feeding the birds gray jays green Stellar's jays the earth

Toward Green Resilience: Eco-effective Design and Climate Change Adaptation in Vietnam

The Green Changemakers

[link] “Vietnam is not a country, but an aggregate of individual dreams.” Zen and the Art of Climate Change Adaptation Vietnam is drowning in concrete and water. Vietnam could use a similar system for urban sustainability and climate change adaptation.

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A Movement for a New Planet -What to Make of Change on an Overheating Planet

Celsias

If you were young during the fight against Nazism, war seems a different, more virtuous animal than if you came of age during Vietnam. The history we grow up with shapes our sense of reality—it’s hard to shake.

The extreme focus on materialism and its impact on the Planet

Green (Living) Review

Perpetual growth does not compute with a Planet that cannot grow. With a planet, however, which is finite, we have a problem. But, it is true, those products, made at home and not in China, Vietnam, or other cheap slave labor country, are expensive and cannot be had for cents.

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One-of-a-Kind Holiday Gifts That Will Lift Women From Poverty

Eco Chic

Handwoven out of a beautiful blend of cruelty-free handspun silk and cotton in a fair trade women’s cooperative in Vietnam, this gorgeous scarf in silver will be a great accent to any outfit year round.

Kareiva: Are We Thinking Globally When We Do Conservation?

Nature Conservancy - Science

Most of Australia’s fish imports are from capture fisheries or aquaculture in Vietnam, China and Thailand. Vietnam has been reforesting since 1987, but it has been doing so by importing more wood, half of which is illegally harvested. Think globally, act locally.

Sorry Folks, but the Western Black Rhino has Not Just Gone Extinct. ~ Sanja Cloete-Jones

Elephant Journal

Or is it just one more misunderstanding in the fog of nonsense surrounding one of the most important species of land animal on our planet. Animal Rights (Vegan, Pets, Wildlife) Blog (always click 4 all blogs) Family, Youth, Enlightened Education Black rhino extinction China Kruger National Park Rhino Horn trade South Africa Vietnam White Rhino Why is a decade old extinction suddenly such a big story?

Building Cities that Think Like Planets

The Green Changemakers

From a planetary perspective, the emergence and rapid expansion of cities across the globe may represent another turning point in the life of our planet. If we are to think like a planet, the challenge will be to deal with scales and events far removed from everyday human experience.

Africa’s Western Black Rhino Now Declared Extinct

Eccorazzi

Less than a month after Vietnam’s Javan rhinoceroses were declared extinct, another rhino species has perished. According to One Green Planet, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has shared the tragic news along with the warning that two other subspecies are nearing extinction. Africa’s Western Black Rhinoceros has officially been declared extinct.

Invest in “climate nice” rice bonds

Green Prophet

But if you invest in climate-nice rice production, the cornerstone of global food security you will be doing a better thing for this planet. . Other new reports say that Americans care more about the planet than economic growth. You might invest in coffee or gold.

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350 Tomorrow

Green Earth Journey

To preserve our planet, scientists tell us we must reduce the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere from its current level of 392 parts per million ("ppm")to below 350 ppm. But 350 is more than a number—it's a symbol of where we need to head as a planet. Tomorrow is 350 day.

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Why Are Rhinos Endangered?

Greentumble

The rhinoceros today provides a chilling example of the rapid and accelerating disappearance of wildlife on the planet [3]. Sumatran rhinos have already gone extinct in Vietnam in 2010 and in Malaysia in 2015.

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The environmental footprint of recycled products

Green (Living) Review

The US company Terracycle is – now – one of those unfortunate examples, but that company as far from alone, who collects recyclables in the use (and other countries), ships them to China, Vietnam, Mexico, etc.

Why Surf? Why NOT to Surf!

Eco Chic

After a 9 year break in Canada because of the illegal war in Vietnam ( didn’t want to shoot anyone or get his ass shot off) he moved to Sydney, Australia and has surfed the Maldives 5 times, Java any number of times and the east coast of Australia constantly.

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How Is Indy Actress, Surfer and Designer Tanna Frederick Saving Our Oceans? One Kid at a Time

Eco Chic

Project Save Our Surf  has initiatives to help children access clean water, as well as eco-education; through CAMP PSOS ,Tanna and her team educate kids about their environment as a way to secure our ecological future on this planet. It seemed like fate to work in Vietnam.

It is not possible to make peace with capitalism

Green (Living) Review

Capitalism also carries within itself the exploitation of both man and Nature, of the entire Planet, and everyone who is not totally blinded by the smoke and mirrors of the capitalist politicians should by now have realized that. This, however, is simply not possible on a finite Planet such is the Earth. Even more so those that came after Vietnam and after 9/11.

Environmental Crime: Who is Offending? Who is Watching?

Green Home Blog

Monsanto – The creators of Agent Orange which contaminated more than 3 million civilians and servicemen in the Vietnam war. Fortunately, these and many other groups are intergovernmental agencies working together throughout the globe to make it more difficult for corporations to get away with desecrating our planet and our people in the name of profit. Environmental Crime: Who is Offending? Who is Watching?

Black Friday promotions are starting even earlier this year

Green (Living) Review

It is better for your finances and good for the Planet. by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Black Friday promotions are starting even earlier this year, earlier even than they did last year and the years before. Thus, in timely fashion, I have decided to issue my “thought for the day” also early.

What Are the Major Threats to Biodiversity?

Greentumble

Trillions of species have arisen and vanished into extinction on planet earth and even following each of five mass extinctions, life has reborn and evolved to where we are today. . The reality is that some are making a short-term profit at the expense of the planet.

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Six Senses Hua Hin: Thai us up, throw away the key

Green Traveler Guides

Its properties in Thailand , Vietnam , the Maldives , Oman , Jordan and Spain are branded as Six Senses, Soneva and Evason.

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The Origin of Earth Day and Greening the Arab Spring

Green Prophet

Human history is saturated with war and violence, but in the 1970s, new media and technology brought the horrors of Vietnam to living rooms across the United States, making it more real and imminent than it had ever been before. Vietnam and the green movement.

Conference On Tigers Held To Save Them From Extinction

Eco Friendly Daily

Tigers are one of the most majestic creatures on this planet and is also one of the best known worldwide. The countries in which these creatures still roam wild include: Russia, Thailand, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, China, Myanmar, India and Nepal.

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Green wine? Of course…

Green Traveler Guides

Home About What and who we are Staff Awards Press Tips Why travel green Green traveler’s to do’s Carbon Offsets Travel secrets of frequent fliers Buy Deals Photos Wine Green wine: what is it?

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The Devastating Consequences of Wildlife Poaching

Greentumble

In turn, the life within performs functions essential for a planet habitable for humans. . Wildlife poaching has grave. consequences for targeted species and their habitats.

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Poachers Now Targeting Museums For Rhino Horns

Eco Friendly Daily

Conservationists fear that the high-profit world of poaching, of which rhinos are a main target, will lead to the extinction of all rhinoceros species on the planet. Recent demand increases are partially blamed on the belief that the horns can help with cancer, especially in Vietnam.

Maui: 5 great green to do's

Green Traveler Guides

This non-profit’s mission is to protect whales, dolphins, coral reefs and our planet’s oceans.

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Green safari, Kenya: luxury under canvas

Green Traveler Guides

The tented suites come with personal butlers, are antique-filled, have polished wooden floors and real bathrooms; from their decks you overlook the genuine Animal Planet, the game-filled sweep of the Masai Mara.

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Pan Pacific Seattle hotel: model of corporate social responsiblity.

Green Traveler Guides

Phillips, manager of CSR for the 160-room property , has established a program called PanEarth that includes a CSR vision based on four community pillars: Caring for Community, Caring for Our Planet, Caring for Challenges, and Caring Globally.

Harvesting urban timber

Green (Living) Review

Often the lumber that is shipped and especially the lumber from which those products from places such as China, Vietnam and such places, are made comes from illegal logging operations. We simply need to be smarter shoppers and it is our actual purchases of stuff that drives the world economy and the politics of the Planet.

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Why travel green: 3 good reasons

Green Traveler Guides

Reason #2: It’s best for the planet. You have a great travel experience … the planet breathes easier.

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IUCN Updates Red List; 25 Percent Of Mammals In Danger Of Extinction

Eco Friendly Daily

The Red List compiles all species known on the planet to be in danger of extinction on some level. The Javan Rhino was recently declared extinct in Vietnam with only forty individuals thought to remain in Indonesia with none in captivity.

Cute Alert! Here Are The Top 15 Animals on Bikes Videos Ever

Icebike

Gorillas and monkeys in general are some of the most comical creatures on the planet. One YouTuber in Vinpearl Island, Vietnam, was at a show where 5 monkeys decided to do the most comical stunts on bicycles that you will ever see. Pets are the most amazing things ever.

New wood culture

Green (Living) Review

Trees have been the backbone of terrestrial ecology across the planet since before humans evolved.

The Trouble with Renewable Energy

Green (Living) Review

Goods manufactured in places such a China, Vietnam, etc., We need to transition to a green world without fuels that damage the environment and Planet and neither fossil fuels nor nuclear can and will that. by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Renewable energy cannot fill all our energy needs and thus we must cut down on our energy consumption first and foremost.

Bamboo bicycles are not new

Green (Living) Review

The problem will be, however, the cost and the question as to whether it is green to have the material shipped miles and miles in order to make a bike or, the other scenario, to ship the bike from say China or Vietnam to Europe or the USA. There are bicycles that I do have a problem with as to environmental footprint and that is those made from carbon fiber and such materials which not only make them expensive bike or the buyer and user but also to the Planet.

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EARTH DAY’S 40th ANNIVERSARY

Green (Living) Review

There was a great deal of turmoil on the college campuses over the Vietnam War, and many colleges held anti-war teach-ins. Forty years of wasted opportunity simply because greed of the few won over need of he Planet. Celebration Hatched by Former US Senator by Michael Smith (Veshengro) In 1993 American Heritage magazine called Earth Day "one of the most remarkable happenings in the history of democracy." " Twenty million people participated.

Lake Atitlan, Guatemala: eco-wow Laguna Lodge

Green Traveler Guides

Lots of chill expats and Lonely Planet backpackers, easy place to get a great massage or smoothie, and you see the word “eco&# splashed here and there.

Orang You Glad Your Chair is from a Sustainable Source?

Conservancy Talk

Just like how rubber from rubber trees in Thailand are used for a million things, and cashews from Lao PDR are a key ingredient in local cuisines across Asia, from Sichuan to Vietnam.

Real Women Don't Botox

The Alien Next Door

We are at a critical time in the evolution of our planet, a time where each one of us is waking up. The most important thing is for us to remember who we are—why we are here—to do the inner work and find what are our ‘spiritual’ reasons for being on the planet.

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Green Lodging Key West | Organic Food Key West | Green Hotel Key.

Green Traveler Guides

Best for the planet … and you. Home About What and who we are Staff Awards Press Tips Why travel green Green traveler’s to do’s Carbon Offsets Travel secrets of frequent fliers Buy Deals Photos Wine Green wine: what is it?

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Dialogues on the Environment: Q&A with Ramez Naam

Conservancy Talk

Next in the series is my conversation with computer science and technology expert Ramez Naam, whose latest book, The Infinite Resource: The Power of Ideas on a Finite Planet , looks at the power of innovation to overcome natural resource and environmental challenges.

Global Issues Tours

The Green Changemakers

Have you ever thought about how a teenager in Vietnam could be linked to the pair of jeans you wear? What comes to mind when you think about global issues? The world is connected in countless ways. Global issues are connected too.