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Slug Bait

Do you want to get rid of slugs badly enough to use slug baits of neurotoxin mixed with molasses? Dogs have been known to die from slurping the mixture down. [...]

More Data Confirms Climate Change

Climate change is happening, and the animals have been adapting to it for some time now. Isn’t it time that human beings joined them? [...]

Should Humans End The Suffering of Predation?

The Abolitionist Project also promises that we will all, in the future, be genetically pre-programmed to be constantly happy in a way that we can’t even imagine today. Does happiness mean anything if it’s predetermined, regardless of conditions? [...]

Senate Committee Warned Of Ocean Crisis

A sample of the testimony before the Senate Commerce Committee yesterday, on the economic impact of the oceans’ ecological crisis. [...]

Sea Change Set for March 14

I’d love to be there to see all these films, but I live several hundred miles away from Washington, D.C. I think it would be more environmentally responsible for me to stay at home and get information the old fashioned way, by reading it, than to burn up a huge amount of fossil fuels just to go watch movies about being environmentally responsible. [...]

Oceangoing Warship Versus The Ocean

The 62 billion dollars that were spent on the USS George H.W. Bush aircraft carrier would pay for 85,517 years of coral reef protection grants, funded at current levels. [...]

Day of Global Climate Marches, December 6 2008

Actions are planned in 93 nations around the world on December 6, 2008 to bring attention to the problem of global climate change. Taking the adage, “think globally, act locally” to heart, marches in each nation will focus on local environmental issues, seeking to bring about changes in policy that taken together may help to [...]

More Slow Action On Marine Ecology

By the time the 18-month study is done, we’ll be that much further behind the eight ball. In a crisis like this, a year’s delay could cost us all a great deal. [...]

No Ocean Obama Yet

It’s only a matter of time before those of us on land feel the effects of the impoverishment of our oceans. 5 or 10 years from now, it may be too late to do anything. President Obama needs to begin a course of strong action as soon as possible to avert true human disaster resulting from the oceans crisis. [...]

Marine Ecology News for Late October

Ocean news from dolphins in American rivers to a new coral reef in the Seychelles. [...]

Alaskan Sea Links

Perhaps I’ll go on an expedition to the Bering Sea in order to photograph ribbon seals myself. In the meantime, before I an hire a boat, I wanted to provide interested readers with a couple of related links to organizations I found that are working on protecting marine life around Alaska. [...]