The Cincinnati zoo has recently adopted a new gorilla named Mshindi; one year after the passing of Harambe. Undoubtedly an icon, Harambe showed the world how memes are such unique and powerful tools of influence with millennials. … [Read more...] about Remembering Harambe: Cincinnati Zoo adopts new Gorilla
The Yamnuska Wolf dog sanctuary not only educates and informs the public about wolf conservation but also rescues wolf dogs from neglect, abuse and euthanasia. Due to the wolf dogs requirement for large enclosures they are considered unsuitable for city living. … [Read more...] about One more hero in the animal rescue world
Wolves are an iconic predator of a variety of habitats, historically persecuted by humans. A quote by L. David Mech summarizes the truth about wolves “ The wolf is neither man’s competitor nor his enemy. He is a fellow creature with whom the earth must be shared.” … [Read more...] about Looking for something a little different?
Humans produced approximately 21 million tons of polystyrene products in 2013 (Yang et. al, 2015b). Plastics made from polystyrene are cheap, durable and one time use, as a result plastics end up in landfills (Yang et. al, 2015a). Due to the stable molecular structure and low degradability, plastic products tend to be hard to breakdown(Yang et. al, 2015b). In the environment … [Read more...] about Polystyrene to carbon, mealworms and plastics.
For decades, conservationists in Kenya have struggled to protect African elephants from poachers, habitat loss and other threats. At long last, their efforts appear to be paying off. … [Read more...] about Elephant Populations Growing in Kenya