It’s Australia v Japan over whaling in the Antarctic

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Justin McCurry in Tokyo Australia is hoping to put a permanent end to Japan’s annual slaughter of hundreds of whales in the Southern Ocean, in a landmark legal challenge that begins this week.… Continue reading

エアロスミス・シップ・ツアー. – YouTube

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Blackfish Official Trailer #1 2013 – Documentary Movie HD – YouTube

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Planning a trip to Seaworld? Then this is something you will want to see! via Blackfish Official Trailer #1 2013 – Documentary Movie HD – YouTube. Help spread the word! Bookmark the video… Continue reading

Loving at 15 years old

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Tonie Marie Hurst was the very first who stole my heart. Were she to read this now, she would know that my depiction of her name is not accurate. I did that on… Continue reading

Guide to Tweetstorms

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Originally posted on WestDeltaGirl's Blog:
Author: Afroditi Katikis Contributing Author: Holise Cleveland copyright 2013 Afroditi Katsikis, Holise Cleveland, III I’ve been participating in a lot of tweetstorm events over the last few weeks…

Earth – Our Home

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  Earth – Our Home.    Our home must be protected from its destroyers; the destroyers are humans. We pillage the earth for its resources and rarely give back. The mechanized culture has… Continue reading

India First Nation Ever To Acknowledge Dolphins As Nonhuman Persons; Outlaw Cetacean Captivity

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On May 24, 2013, scientists and cetacean advocates alike were awestruck, inspired and elated to learn that India has become the first Nation in the world to acknowledge dolphins as nonhuman persons.  To… Continue reading

Florida Bound 01: Pain

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Many of the names may or may not have been changed to protect the innocent and the idiots. Sarah almost always had a precious smile on her face. Her kind words were spoken… Continue reading

Sea Shepherd Announces 10th SOWS Campaign: “Operation Relentless”

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Sea Shepherd Australia has just announced its 10th Antarctic Campaign: “Operation Relentless.” During their 9th Mission in the Southern Ocean, “Operation Zero Tolerance,” Sea Shepherd was overwhelmingly successful — an historic total of… Continue reading

3 Years After the BP Spill and We Are Still Sick | Louisiana Environmental Action Network

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Groups send letter outlining ongoing human health impacts along Gulf Coast As Earth Day passes and we remember the events of the BP Oil Spill three years ago, we are reminded that things… Continue reading