Here’s Why Recycling Sometimes Ends Up in Tucson Landfill | local news

After a Tucson-area resident shared on the Nextdoor app hearing that the company that picks up the recycling takes it to the landfill, without trying to recycle it, several neighbors replied that they would cancel their service. Is the rumor true? The answer is, it depends. A survey of businesses in eastern Pima County outside … Read more

Experts say resist the urge to “rescue” young wild animals

Raleigh, North Carolina – As spring approaches, wildlife officials are urging residents to resist the urge to take in, move, or even feed baby animals that might happen to them in the wild. When people venture outside into nature or even their home gardens, some may encounter baby rabbits, veld or fledgling birds mistakenly believed … Read more

The unintended consequences of declaring a climate emergency

| Published: August 06, 2022 12:01 AM The opinions expressed by columnists are their own and do not necessarily represent those of Townhall.com. President Biden is toying with the idea of ​​declaring climate change a national emergency. Supporters want him to introduce drastic changes to tackle climate change – bypassing congressional approval. But as the … Read more

Plastic linked to higher rates of autism

Broadcast date: 1 week August 5, 2022 Stream/ Download this clip as an MP3 file Scientists, doctors and activists have called for more studies on autism that examine both genes and toxic chemicals. (Photo: The Focal Project, Flickr, CC BY NC 2.0) The CDC reports that 1 in 44 children currently has an autism spectrum … Read more

Reset the FWP Wildlife Chief

On Wednesday, sources within Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks revealed that Wildlife Director Ken MacDonald has been tasked with various responsibilities. It is said that MacDonald will now head the “habitat rental programme”. sOur owners have been granted anonymity because they may lose their jobs. On Thursday, FWP spokesperson Greg Lemon said MacDonald will continue … Read more

Environmental watchdog investigating ‘high’ lead levels in ducks from Victorian wetlands

Wedge-tailed vultures and other protected species are at risk of being paralyzed by lead poisoning in Victoria, according to wildlife advocates, with illegal lead ammunition still being used in duck hunting. the main points: High levels of lead have been found in some Victorian ducks in the past four years Lead ammunition for duck hunting … Read more

Coal consumption expected to return to record levels for 2013: International Energy Agency

Coal prices are on the rise, and global coal consumption is expected to return to the record levels it reached in nearly 10 years as the global energy supply crisis continues. Analysts say that while investors in coal stocks spend a field day thanks to rising coal prices, restrictions on carbon emissions are easing as … Read more

WWF report says online wildlife trade is on the rise in Myanmar

Written by Eileen Kortenbach, Business Writer at AP Bangkok (AFP) – Illegal online purchases of wildlife are increasing in Myanmar, threatening public health and endangered species, a report by the World Wildlife Fund shows. The report released on Friday found that enforcement of the ban on such transactions has weakened amid political turmoil after the … Read more

US government says ships should slow down to save endangered whales Wildlife News

Ships off the east coast of the United States must slow down more often to help save Vanishing whale species of extinction, the federal government said. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) made the announcement Friday with proposed new rules designed to prevent ship collisions with right-wing whales in the North Atlantic. Ship strikes … Read more

From ponds to pools, BC wildlife is looking for ways to beat the heat

With hot weather covering much of British Columbia and expected to stay in until at least Sunday, experts warn that the high temperatures could have dangerous effects on wildlife. It will be common to see all the different species trying to stay cool during hot weather and this can include using backyard baths or even … Read more