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July 24, 2019

Sea of Shadows Comes to DC

If you didn’t think that a wildlife documentary could feature suspense and drama centered around drug cartels and crime chases, then think again. National Geographic’s latest acclaimed film Sea of Shadows, directed by Richard Ladkani (with executive...

April 25, 2019

One stunning thing: NatGeo’s Photos of Life on Earth

As we close out Earth Week we wanted to leave you with a reminder of what we’re fighting for when we work to save our planet. Take a look at NatGeo’s stunning roundup of 50 photos that depict life on Earth. We were particularly fond of #12 above....

April 24, 2019

Changing our mentality around food waste

Food waste is not only a terrible thing when 15 million U.S. households are food insecure but the one-third of our food supply that we waste is a major contributor to climate change. Yesterday was Stop Foodwaste Day and while most people likely they don’t think...

April 10, 2019

Climate change causing more far female sea turtles

Pollution, coastal development, toxic algae, and gillnets all pose a threat to the existence of sea turtles but climate change may pose the biggest threat of all. It turns out that the heat of the sand where eggs are buried ultimately determines whether a sea turtle...

March 1, 2019

One thing to know: World Wildlife Day is this Sunday

This Sunday is the UN’s World Wildlife Day with the theme being “Life Below Water: For People and Planet”—making this the first time the day will focus on marine species. The aim is to raise awareness about the diversity of marine life and the importance of...

February 21, 2019

First climate-related extinction confirmed

On Monday the Australian government has recognized the first known demise of a mammal because of human-induced climate change. In a statement released by federal Environment Minister Melissa Price, the status of the Bramble Cay melomys (a small rodent) was moved from...

May 18, 2018

Our Daily Planet: ODP’s Green Consumer Index Shows Americans Support Sustainable Companies, King of Green Beers, Interview of the Week:  George Schmael II. President and CEO of Council Fire, NatGeo’s Planet or Plastic? Campaign Catching the Eye of the World, ODP Adopts Another Rescued Penguin:  Meet Duchess Meghan, Heroes of the Week: Green Lawyers Using Their Superpowers To Share The Power of the Sun

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