How To Build A Barn Owl House...http://homestead-and-survival.com/how-to-build-a-barn-owl-house/

How To Build A Barn Owl House...http://homestead-and-survival.com/how-to-build-a-barn-owl-house/

Did you know palm oil is responsible for severe habitat destruction, climate change, animal cruelty and indigenous rights abuses? Here's how to avoid it! www.causeyoucareco.com #palmoil

Palm Oil: How and Why to Avoid It

Did you know palm oil is responsible for severe habitat destruction, climate change, animal cruelty and indigenous rights abuses? Here's how to avoid it! www.causeyoucareco.com #palmoil

Organic milk is a scam. It is healthwashed, greenwashed and humanewashed. Small farms are not the solution, for they are even less sustainable. Grazing cattle (partly) on grass and skipping hormones is an inefficient use of land (causing more habitat destruction) and produces more emissions to yield the same amount of milk as conventional. Organic doesn't just cost buyers more -- it costs the planet more too.

Why your ‘organic’ milk may not be organic

Organic milk is a scam. It is healthwashed, greenwashed and humanewashed. Small farms are not the solution, for they are even less sustainable. Grazing cattle (partly) on grass and skipping hormones is an inefficient use of land (causing more habitat destruction) and produces more emissions to yield the same amount of milk as conventional. Organic doesn't just cost buyers more -- it costs the planet more too.

Once ranging from Mexico to Alaska, their population has been reduced nearly to the point of extinction from habitat destruction and over-harvesting. The grizzly population has remained stable for the past 20 years, but there are probably fewer than 1,000 bears left in the western United States. They are currently classified as a “threatened” species. Grizzly bears are now facing new threats from climate change.

Once ranging from Mexico to Alaska, their population has been reduced nearly to the point of extinction from habitat destruction and over-harvesting. The grizzly population has remained stable for the past 20 years, but there are probably fewer than 1,000 bears left in the western United States. They are currently classified as a “threatened” species. Grizzly bears are now facing new threats from climate change.

It’s almost weekend in my side of the world, but before I get some rest, here’s another paper cut for my @wwfphilippines and @aoklife collab.  Here’s a fun fact I didn’t know about gorillas. Around the nose, there are a few wrinkles unique to each gorilla, a fact used by scientists to quickly identify them in the wild.  All species (and sub-species) of gorilla are listed as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List.[12] Threats to gorilla survival include habitat destruction and poaching…

It’s almost weekend in my side of the world, but before I get some rest, here’s another paper cut for my @wwfphilippines and @aoklife collab. Here’s a fun fact I didn’t know about gorillas. Around the nose, there are a few wrinkles unique to each gorilla, a fact used by scientists to quickly identify them in the wild. All species (and sub-species) of gorilla are listed as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List.[12] Threats to gorilla survival include habitat destruction and poaching…

"Shocking Print Ads Show How Habitat Destruction Affects Wildlife" (photo essay) (via DesignTAXI) (10 December 2014) Sanctuary India has created a series of "shocking concept print ads" that show "how habitat destruction affects wildlife."

"Shocking Print Ads Show How Habitat Destruction Affects Wildlife" (photo essay) (via DesignTAXI) (10 December 2014) Sanctuary India has created a series of "shocking concept print ads" that show "how habitat destruction affects wildlife."

Whooping Cranes Catch a Plane to Louisiana   Eleven whooping cranes raised at the Patuxent Wildlife Research Center in Maryland are being reintroduced to Louisiana where habitat destruction all but wiped out the species decades ago. Photo: Scott Calvert/The Wall Street Journal

Whooping Cranes Catch a Plane to Louisiana Eleven whooping cranes raised at the Patuxent Wildlife Research Center in Maryland are being reintroduced to Louisiana where habitat destruction all but wiped out the species decades ago. Photo: Scott Calvert/The Wall Street Journal

Habitat Destruction & Pollution: How They Affect You; http://www.soil-tech.com/blog/habitat-destruction-pollution-how-they-affect-you/

Habitat Destruction & Pollution: How They Affect You; http://www.soil-tech.com/blog/habitat-destruction-pollution-how-they-affect-you/

Habitat destruction is exposing us to a dangerous new form of malaria

Habitat destruction is exposing us to a dangerous new form of malaria

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