Watch this riveting trailer in the ecopaparazzi video lounge
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Uncork the champagne and celebrate a major victory for animals! Bolivia has enacted the world's first law that prohibits the use of animals in circuses.
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There are 9,000 bears locked in crush cages and being tortured daily for their bile in China and Vietnam. Please help get the bears out of these horrid cages and onto hallowed sanctuary grounds where they can be rehabilitated. We need journalists to help spread the word!
Added by Jeanette McDermott on March 20, 2009 at 5:37pm — No Comments
For 15 years Caesar was locked in a crush cage too small for her large body. Today this is Caesar at the Animals Asia sanctuary. The intention of the Ursa Freedom Project is to liberate 9,000 bears who are still living in crush cages.
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Jasper today, after being rescued from a bear bile farm by Animals Asia, and living free at their sanctuary in Chengdu, China.
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Uncontacted tribe in Brazil. Photo taken May 2008, Survival International
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"Because village people do not like owls, they kill them and stake them to cast away the bad spirits." Youth photographer Istvan Kerekes took this photo in western Transylvania in the village of Luncavija, Romania. It is one of a dozen taken to make a visual representation of the most austere environmental problems on the Balkans through the eyes of young people. The calendar project, titled The Earth From Below, was an International Youth Photo… Continue
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One of the most innovative and strategic thinkers of our time, Van
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The Sumatran tiger will sound its last call unless the trade in its body parts is stopped and its habitat saved. Humans have brought this species to the brink of extinction, with only 350-400 estimated left in the wild. The few remaining wild tigers are increasingly being encroached upon by human settlements and poached by Asians for their teeth, bones, claws, skins, whiskers and other body parts. Wildlife conservation organizations are trying… Continue
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