Seasons

Mar 9, 2011 by

The weather report says that we high desert dwellers can expect another freeze tonight. Our youngest daughter, who lives with us,...

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Greenpeace: Inspiring Action

Mar 9, 2011 by

This is the only planet we have. This earth deserves a voice. It needs solutions… It needs change… It needs action…...

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How far is Chernobyl?

Feb 23, 2011 by

Chernobyl nuclear Power Plant was located on the outskirts of the Ukrainian town of Pripyat. April 26th 1986 is the day on which the...

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Greenpeace through the lens: P...

Feb 23, 2011 by

French photographer Pierre Gleizes’ pictures have truly changed the way we look at our planet and the environment. Pierre has...

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Frogs are Leaping, Bugs are Da...

Feb 2, 2011 by

Belfast, Northern Ireland–After two years of doctoral studies in Northern Ireland, I have been dismayed at the lack of lucky...

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The White Tailed Deer

Feb 2, 2011 by

The White Tailed Deer is a beautiful animal and a great success story. When my father was a boy during the great depression, White...

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Monarch Caterpillar

Jan 26, 2011 by

The Monarch Caterpillars are beautiful creatures. We often speak of the famous butterfly they become, but rarely take the time to...

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10 green New Year’s reso...

Jan 19, 2011 by

From Greenpeace: We asked on Greenpeace’s Facebook page what your green New Year’s resolutions were – and there...

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Real Magic, It’s All Natural

Jan 19, 2011 by

                    Yes, I said “real magic”, I am not referring to a parlor trick...

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A Justification of Habit

Jan 18, 2011 by

It was just a matter of time. It was an unconscionable denial of inevitability. When I filmed and reported the oil disaster in the...

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Make it count!

Dec 22, 2010 by

Let’s face it, life is really short. Regardless of who we are or where we come from we have a brief chance to make the best of...

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Nature Walks with Mark Fraser:...

Dec 16, 2010 by

The Common Gray Fox is truly an amazing species. They are usually active at twilight and during the night although sometimes you can...

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A “Wild” bond we a...

Dec 8, 2010 by

During my life I have been fortunate enough to have had the ability to travel. Nothing crazy mind you, but certainly enough to...

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Alarming Amazon Drought –...

Dec 8, 2010 by

From The National Geographic Hard-hit by a months-long drought, a waterway within the Amazon Basin trickles to a halt in Manaus,...

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Living with Carnivores: The Co...

Dec 1, 2010 by

Wildlife comes in all shapes and sizes and I truly love them all, but let’s face it some species have a bad rap. Carnivores for...

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Kayak down the lazy river with...

Nov 23, 2010 by

Mark Fraser shows us how much you can see from the quiet of a kayak on a smooth-running flat river in spring. River systems become...

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Nature Walks with Mark takes o...

Nov 17, 2010 by

On November 16, 2010, LA County banned the use of plastic bags in unincorporated areas of the county. This is one of the most...

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Grizzly Bear Encounters

Nov 11, 2010 by

Video Below Of all the species I have filmed in the wild I have to admit nothing can quite compare to the Grizzly! They are a...

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The world is what we create

Nov 3, 2010 by

Nature- the word itself stirs the imagination in each of us. The more wild a region is, the more “pristine” a forest,...

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Testimony of an ex-whaler

Nov 3, 2010 by

By John Burton for Greenpeace In 1949 I became a boy whaler. In the three ‘seasons’ I spent whaling in the Antarctic, I...

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Baby Bison in Spring

Oct 27, 2010 by

The American Bison is a massive and ancient species. They are the largest land animal in all of North America with Bulls weighing...

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The Brilliance of Autumn

Oct 21, 2010 by

Most of my life I have lived in the North Country in one area or another. That has allowed me to appreciate the brilliant fall colors...

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Grabbing my heart in the wild ...

Oct 6, 2010 by

I am one who seeks my self outdoors. Nature is gracious in its sharing with me. And, I am appreciative. Its gentle spontaneity,...

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The Sacrifice Zone – Oil...

Sep 29, 2010 by

By Kurt Davies for Greenpeace Now that was a totally new experience! Last night I got to touch clay and mud fresh from the bottom of...

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