Everyone Should Visit These Places in a Lifetime

Everyone Should Visit These Places in a Lifetime

Instead of following the crowd, plan your travel this year and in the future in order of ecological/historical importance, and visit these places. It is an easy way to categorize, but not easy to prioritize. Here we look at places in peril that can still be enjoyed now, while actually helping the cause through proper […]

Dubai’s Newest Big Tourist Attraction: Al Marmoom

Dubai’s Newest Big Tourist Attraction: Al Marmoom

FLASH: This massive desert conservation project covers 10% of Dubai’s total area. With massive desert landscapes as well as huge stretches of man-made lakes, the Al Marmoom conservation reserve in Dubai is now being touted as the emirate’s next big tourism destination. Unveiled last year by the UAE’s Vice President and Prime Minister and Dubai’s […]

Great Britain’s Prince Harry Dedicated to African Conservation

Great Britain’s Prince Harry Dedicated to African Conservation

Great Britain’s Prince Harry Dedicated to African Conservation Prince Harry has been named the President of African Parks, a conservation group that manages 12 wildlife areas across the Continent. Kensington Palace and Johannesburg-based African Parks announced the appointment Wednesday, noting Harry’s dedication to African conservation since he left the British military in Y 2015. The […]

Big Game Hunters Rejoice, President Trump Shredded Regs on Lion Trophies

Big Game Hunters Rejoice, President Trump Shredded Regs on Lion Trophies

Big Game Hunters Rejoice, President Trump Shredded Regs on Lion Trophies The Trump Administration recently rolled back protections for African Lions, releasing new guidelines that allow hunters to bring trophies from animals killed in parts of Africa into the US, according to updated rules released by the US Fish and Wildlife Service. Wildlife officials began […]

California Conservation Boosted By New Projects

California Conservation Boosted By New Projects

USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) today announced $225 million in funding for 88 partnership projects nationwide.  California captured funding for four projects—three completely within the state and one shared with Nevada. Funding comes through the Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP), created in the 2014 Farm Bill. “RCPP continues to fund partnered projects in California […]

Earth Day Proves The Value of Water And More

Earth Day Proves The Value of Water And More

Earth Day Proves The Value of Water And More April 22, 2016 Ecological principles guide economic strategies to fit 21st Century conditions. Mekong River floodwaters force Vietnamese farmers to erect barricades to protect their fields. From 1980 to 2014, 41 percent of all the economic losses globally, and 27 percent of the fatalities, were from […]