Tag: conservation

Conservation for the Future: Water as the Key to Management

Conservation for the Future: Water as the Key to Management

By Micah Moen 0 Comment December 5, 2019

my name is Gary Bischoff we’re in Southeast Carter County I’ve been here going on my 11th year I lease the ranch from the Arbuckles it’s a cow calf operation hay alfalfa and grass water’s a big issue you can look at it here and think that we have all the water in the world […]

Dr. Jane Goodall Introduces #4EverWild Wildlife Trafficking Campaign

Dr. Jane Goodall Introduces #4EverWild Wildlife Trafficking Campaign

By Micah Moen 6 Comments December 5, 2019

Hello, I’m Jane Goodall. I’ve spent my life speaking out on behalf of animals, and there is one issue that stands out uniquely as one of the worst threats to their survival: the illegal wildlife trade. This trade in wildlife threatens species with extinction. It’s the second biggest threat to wildlife after habitat loss. Without […]

4ocean Partnerships | Oceanic Preservation Society

4ocean Partnerships | Oceanic Preservation Society

By Micah Moen 3 Comments December 5, 2019

4ocean’s missions intertwines exactly with ours – we’re both in the business of trying to save the world, and we need you, we need them because these bracelets are one of the ways that we can do what we do. It’s the funding that we need to do this work. Bracelets that are made from […]

Elephant Saved After Maggot Infested Injury

Elephant Saved After Maggot Infested Injury

By Micah Moen 100 Comments December 5, 2019

COMM: Film producer Verity White and her crew were filming with the Uganda Conservation Foundation and the Uganda Wildlife Authority vet team when they came across this limping elephant. COMM: The young female elephant, thought to be in her twenties, had previously had a snare removed from her leg. But seeing her discomfort, they realised […]

Prescribed Fire Controlled Burns Benefit Wildlife and Improve Habitat

Prescribed Fire Controlled Burns Benefit Wildlife and Improve Habitat

By Micah Moen 0 Comment December 5, 2019

Where there’s smoke there’s fire and where there’s fire, at least on NC Wildlife Resources Commission game land, there’s usually a prescribed burn. A prescribed burn, or an intentional burning of vegetation under strict and specific circumstances, helps to restore and maintain wildlife habitat. These prescribed burns benefit many outdoor enthusiasts including hunters, birders and […]

Penguins Need Cleaner Oceans

Penguins Need Cleaner Oceans

By Micah Moen 31 Comments December 2, 2019

There are 18 species of penguins. They all live in the southern hemisphere. And they are loyal, they’re brave, and determined. Global Penguin Society or GPS is an international organization dedicated to promote the protection of all the penguin species on our planet. To help penguins cope with the main threats they are facing we […]

How did one mysterious yellow bottle help grow the world’s largest ocean cleanup company?

How did one mysterious yellow bottle help grow the world’s largest ocean cleanup company?

By Micah Moen 100 Comments November 29, 2019

The story begins when a mysterious yellow bottle washed up on a shoreline. Then two yellow bottles, three yellow bottles, you get the point. Tons of yellow bottles are washing on to South Florida’s shorelines. Why? At first glance they could be mustard bottles – look closely and you’ll notice a clue, vinagre. Confused? Hang […]

Have you heard of microplastics?

Have you heard of microplastics?

By Micah Moen 32 Comments November 24, 2019

There’s something very tiny, long-lasting, and super abundant that’s plaguing our ocean. And it goes by the name of microplastics, and seeing that it’s causing quite the catastrophe, we wanted to find out – how much do beachgoers actually know about it? What is a microplastic? Ummm.. I don’t know. That’s a good question. It’s […]

First Nations Negotiator Honors Ancestors by Protecting Boreal Forest

First Nations Negotiator Honors Ancestors by Protecting Boreal Forest

By Micah Moen 2 Comments November 24, 2019

This is my home land. This is where my ancestors have always lived. I know the land well. I know where I need to go to get what I need. I never feel out of place here. This is where I have a sense of responsibility and a role to play here. The land is […]

Official Teaser : Our Music, Our Environment

Official Teaser : Our Music, Our Environment

By Micah Moen 1 Comment November 24, 2019

I am Khothatso. My surname is Ranoosi. I live here in Malealea. My name is Reekelitsoe Molapo. My name means “we’ve been increased.” And my surname means a “river.” “Cry me a river.” My name is Pitso Rah Makhula Pitso means “to assemble” My name is Setla-Bocha I’m 12 years old. We as musicians, we […]