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Video: Only in Namibia

Video: Only in Namibia

Tania Curry March 4, 2014 1

Only in Namibia can you experience breath-taking landscapes, vibrant populations of lions, cheetahs, rhinos, and elephants, and a nation of people whose livelihoods and future are bound to wildlife’s freedom to roam. Discover the

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Video of the Week: Living with Polar Bears

Video of the Week: Living with Polar Bears

Tania Curry February 28, 2014 2

Churchill, Canada is known as the “polar bear capital of the world.” For travelers this translates into great viewing opportunities but what do local residents think about the polar bear population? This video features

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7 Ways You Can Help the Polar Bears’ Plight

7 Ways You Can Help the Polar Bears’ Plight

Tania Curry February 27, 2014 0

International Polar Bear Day comes once a year on February 27 to raise awareness for the “King of the Arctic.”   As Arctic sea ice takes longer and longer to form, polar bears–and humans

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Fighting the Keystone XL Pipeline: Right Issue or Wrong War?

Fighting the Keystone XL Pipeline: Right Issue or Wrong War?

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 11, 2014 11

On January 31, 2014, the State Department released its Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement of the Keystone XL pipeline in an 11-volume publication. The proposed pipeline segment would carry heavy oil from Canada’s tar

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Know Before You Go: Test your Tiger IQ before Travel to India

Know Before You Go: Test your Tiger IQ before Travel to India

Tania Curry February 8, 2014 0

At most, how many pounds of meat can a tiger consume at one time? How much of tigers’ historic range has been lost? These are some of questions you’ll come across when you take WWF’s

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Tagging Greenland sharks, the “Jaws of the North”

Tagging Greenland sharks, the “Jaws of the North”

WWF February 5, 2014 0

By Jacqueline Nunes, Writer, Strategic Partnerships & Development, WWF-Canada. Way, way, way up—way up—north is probably not the first place you’d look if you wanted to find a shark. In fact, when Vicki Sahanatien, who runs

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