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Happy Birthday, Global Warming

Happy Birthday, Global Warming

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 16, 2010 18

Happy 35th, global warming. No, I’m not implying that the Earth started to warm up just 35 years ago, but that this month marks the birthday of the two-word term. On August 8, 1975,

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Biodiversity, By Design

Biodiversity, By Design

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 30, 2010 19

We humans have drained half the world’s wetlands and fully exploited or overexploited 75 percent of its fishing grounds. There are other sobering statistics our behavior has caused: every day, 130 species of plants

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The World’s Whales Need Your Help

The World’s Whales Need Your Help

Wendy Redal June 10, 2010 0

Join me in the call to end Obama Administration support for the International Whaling Commission's proposal to re-open commercial whaling -- it is not a backdoor way to protect them

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Can Soccer Save the Planet?

Can Soccer Save the Planet?

James Dziezynski May 11, 2010 0

In addition to making Natural Habitat Adventures a premier eco-friendly travel company, founder Ben Bressler has taken the same environmentally responsible philosophy to his love of soccer. By encouraging soccer teams to work towards

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Homage to a Small Eco-Warrior: the Mosquito

Homage to a Small Eco-Warrior: the Mosquito

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 11, 2010 8

“Unsung heroes of the environment.” The “green Nobel Prize.” Eco-Ocean Awards, ecoart competitions and ecoschool certifications. If you’re even slightly interested in environmental news, you can’t help but hear and read a lot in

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10 Tips for Travelers to Make Every Day Earth Day

10 Tips for Travelers to Make Every Day Earth Day

Wendy Redal April 22, 2010 0

Happy 40th Birthday, Earth Day! As adventurers united in a passion for exploring the far recesses of our globe, we know how crucial it is to protect the natural environments we treasure. Most of

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“Rocking the Cure” for Climate Change

“Rocking the Cure” for Climate Change

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 19, 2010 12

As each one of your incandescent light bulbs burns out, you change it to a compact fluorescent. You’ve promised yourself that you’ll never again buy water in a plastic bottle, and you dutifully refill

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100 Amazing Places to Protect

100 Amazing Places to Protect

Wendy Redal April 12, 2010 0

Well, if you guessed that you could see them all with Natural Habitat Expeditions, you’d be right, but that’s ultimately not the most important trait they share. These wild animals, along with a host

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