Under Norway’s endangered predator laws, only 15 lone wolves proved to pose a threat to livestock The Norwegian government has issued a last-minute reprieve for 32 of the 47 wolves that had been earmarked for a cull to protect sheep… Read More ›
By Dan Fagin THE national tourism agency calls the Mexican mountain town of Angangueo a “Pueblo Mágico.” If so, it is a dark magic. In recent years, Angangueo’s 5,000 inhabitants have been cursed by calamities natural and manufactured. Snowstorms, mudslides… Read More ›
The bill will mainly protect corporations who are polluting our water, land, and air quality.
Norwegian hunters outnumber wolves 763 to one, according to new figures for licences to kill population that could be as low as 30 Wolves have emerged as the most sought-after animal for Norwegian hunters this season, with 11,571 people registering… Read More ›
A global oil glut has tanked prices and cut profits—so why won’t Shell give up on the north? Surprise lurks in the Chukchi, whose frigid waters north of the Bering Strait span from Alaska to Siberia. Logistical and legal obstacles… Read More ›
Bowing to pressure from Quaker environmentalists, PNC Bank announced yesterday that it will be restricting financing of mountaintop removal coal mining in Appalachia. The shift outlined in its 2015 Corporate Responsibility Report means PNC Bank will effectively cease its investment in this… Read More ›
Echo, who was spotted near the north rim of the famous Arizona landmark in 2014, was shot by a man who said he mistook her for a coyote A gray wolf killed last year by a Utah hunter was “Echo”,… Read More ›