Human exploitation is pushing Earth’s life support systems to the brink, report says | ClimateNews

Global conservation experts have issued a code red alert for the state of nature as human exploitation pushes the planet’s life support systems to the brink. A joint report by WWF and the Zoological Society of London shows that wildlife populations have plummeted around the world. And the charity warned the new UK government not … Read more

Wayland Evan Noland Obituary | StarTribune

Noland, Wayland Evan 8/12/1926-4/10/2022 Wayland Evan Noland, born December 8, 1926, in Madison, Wis. to Lowell and Ruth Noland. On October 4, 2022, Wayland joined his parents of him, his sister Ruth Campbell, and nephew Thane George Campbell to live on in the hearts of those whose lives they touched. Survived by niece Tanaquil Campbell … Read more

WWF’s Living Planet Report reveals a devastating 69% drop

Toronto, Oct. 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Monitored wildlife populations — mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish — have seen a devastating 69 per cent drop on average since 1970 according to WWF’s Living Planet Report (LPR) 2022. The report highlights the stark outlook of the state of nature and urgently warns governments, businesses and … Read more

Epic Adventures With Bertie Gregory | Kid Reporters’ Notebook

Wildlife filmmaker and National Geographic explorer Bertie Gregory is “obsessed with animals in the natural world.” Growing up in England, Gregory mastered his father’s camera while learning to camouflage and safely “sneak up” on local animals. This led to early recognition. In 2019, Gregory won an award, Youth Outdoor Photographer of the Year, for his … Read more

Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium’s International Conservation Center Earns American Humane Certified™ Seal for Exceptional Animal Welfare

/EIN News/ — WASHINGTON, DC, Oct. 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — American Humane, the country’s first national humane organization and the world’s largest certifier of animal welfare practices, today announced that Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium’s International Conservation Center has earned the American Humane Certified™ seal, demonstrating the exceptional welfare and treatment provided to animals … Read more

A Small Trench-Dwelling Fish Makes a Splash in Deep-Sea Evolution

Newswise — The Atacama Trench is a deep-water channel running along the Pacific coast of Chili and Peru, South America. In 2018, an international team of scientists used free-falling “landers” to study the trench, gathering images and specimens of deep-sea creatures. The team discovered a new snailfish species unique to the Atacama Trench and to … Read more

Summer 2022 semester graduates to receive the Board of Trustees Awards | MSUToday

Each semester the Michigan State University Board of Trustees recognizes graduating seniors who earned the highest scholastic average, a 4.0 cumulative GPA. For the summer 2022 semester, 18 students received the Board of Trustees Award. In addition to the award, students will receive $1,000 from the university for their accomplishments and be recognized at the … Read more

In 45 years, Panjab University student council has seen only one female president

The Panjab University Campus Students Council (PUCSC) student council elections were first held in 1977 and till date, only one woman candidate has been able to grab the president’s post. It was in 2018 when Students For Society’s Kanupriya became the first woman president of the PU student council after defeating five male candidates. The … Read more

‘UW in Your Community’ Event Oct. 26 in Carbon County | News

October 12, 2022 ed seidel Students will learn more about the University of Wyoming, UW alumni will connect with their alma mater, and members of the public will find out more about UW’s presence in Carbon County during a “UW in Your Community” gathering Wednesday, Oct. 26, in Rawlins. The public is invited to the … Read more