After 140 years of absence, an extinct bird reappears in Papua New Guinea

ALONG A CLIFF EDGE PATH How to observe a bird that no one has seen for more than a century? Upon their return to Fergusson Island, it was this problem that the ornithologists had to answer. “They are very elusive. […] You can’t find them by simply walking through the jungle,” explains the co-organizer of … Read more

And the carbon impact of our pets is equivalent to…

In a world marked by global warming, we are increasingly vigilant about our environmental impacts. Thus, certain activities and behaviors are, rightly, increasingly singled out: air travel, use of combustion engine cars, hunting, etc. However, this vigilance suffers from blind spots: ecological impacts that are real, but that we never talk about, surely because we … Read more

Wildlife Conference Boosts Protection for Sharks, Turtles

By KATHIA MARTÍNEZ, Associated Press PANAMA CITY (AP) — An international wildlife conference moved to enact some of the most significant protection for shark species targeted in the fin trade and scores of turtles, lizards and frogs whose numbers are being decimated by the pet trade. The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of … Read more

H5N1 Avian Influenza virus: Implementation of a temporary control zone / News / Home

H5N1 Avian Influenza virus: Implementation of a temporary control zone Updated on 23/11/2022 Following the discovery of a pink flamingo infected with the H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza virus near the Scamandre pond in Vauvert in the Gard, the prefect of the Gard issued an order determining a temporary control zone ( ZCT) with a … Read more

Pumpkins pollute: here’s how to recycle them

Over 500,000 tons of pumpkins are grown in the United States each year. In France, around 140,000 tonnes of squash are harvested per year. It is made into pies, winter soups but also and above all decorations for the Halloween period, including the famous Jack-o’-Lanterns. Consequence: millions of them, whether large, small, orange, white, end … Read more

Instinct Pet Food Introduces Sustainable Raw Fish Recipes | News

ST. LOUIS, Mo., Nov. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Did you know that meat centric pet diets are creating a whopping 64 million tons of carbon dioxide, equivalent to driving 13.6 million cars a year?* The food your pets eat has a clear impact on the health of our planet. That’s why Instinct Pet Food … Read more

the state “doesn’t care about biodiversity”

There is one point on which all energy scenarios agree: without offshore wind power, France will have difficulty achieving carbon neutrality in 2050, according to experts from the Electricity Transmission Network (TEN), Ademe and the Négawatt association. The deployment of blades at sea, however, faces an obstacle: the opposition of environmental protection associations, more and … Read more