Aug 13, 2017
New photos show that melting sea ice is threatening thousands of walruses in the Arctic. Act now! (37270 signatures on petition)Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/v9TIK
Over 1,000 animals die each year due to harsh treatment, malnourishment, and serious injuries. Thousands more suffer day in and day out because of the ones they hoped would make them feel the safest. Colorado, along with a few other states like Kansas and California, let a lot of these noticeable...
I am a person who has always been a gun enthusiast and hunter who is also conservation minded and an animal lover. This behavior turns my stomach. Pigeon shoots are vile competitions where thousands of birds are shot, killed or suffer terrible wounds and crippling pain. These innocent animals...
Turns out melting ice isn't the only thing the walruses have to worry about.
The melting of a rather small ice volume on East Antarctica's shore could trigger a persistent ice discharge into the ocean, resulting in unstoppable sea-level rise for thousands of years to come, according to computer simulations of the Antarctic ice flow by scientists at the Potsdam Institute for...
Scientists have identified a mechanism that could turn out to be a big contributor to warming in the Arctic region and melting sea ice.
Jeremy Corbyn MP: Jeremy Corbyn, publish the Stasi files!
Congress: Pass Common Sense Gun Control
On February 9, during the 2018 Winter Olympics opening ceremony, one of the NBC broadcasters, identified to be Joshua Cooper (7696 signatures on petition)
The fishery union in Futo, Japan, is still receiving hunting quotas every year. Tell Futo to ban dolphin hunting! (21336 signatures on petition)
I can't afford to feed my little dog because government regulations won't let me use my SNAP benefits to buy pet food. (90090 signatures on petition)
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