Jane Goodall Enlists Fans to Help Plant a Trillion Trees Around the World by 2030

World Renown primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall launched a grassroots movement this week, during the United Nations Climate Week to support their ecosystem restoration project the Trillion Tree campaign. Trees for Jane, organized by the inspiring founder of the Jane Goodall Institute, aims to stop deforestation and help replenish the world’s dwindling stock of trees and […]

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Millennials Are Eating More Adventurously, Trying More Foreign Food And Even Catching Their Own Dinner

Millennials are more adventurous with food than Baby Boomers—eating more foreign fare, experimenting with unusual ingredients, and even catching their own dinner—according to a new survey. The study of 2,000 British adults found that during an average week just 36 percent of food eaten by 25-40-year-olds is traditional to their own culture. Seven in 10 […]

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Couple Gives $100 Million to Conservation of 57,000 Square Miles of African Protected Areas

A South Africa-based nonprofit conservation group that manages 19 protected areas on the continent has secured a donation of $100,000,000. The grant from the Rob and Melani Walton Foundation was pledged to African Parks, which manages parks in eleven African countries One of the largest contributions ever made to conservation in Africa, this commitment will […]

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Conservation Groups Celebrate Dam Removal on Green River – Restoring Health of Fish and Humans After 70 Years

Five environmental partners celebrated the largest dam removal in Kentucky’s history last week, which will not only restore biodiversity and improve ecosystems but also prevent deadly accidents in the future. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service partnered with The Nature Conservancy, Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, and […]

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