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benny the beluga
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Beluga in UK’s Thames River serves as a poignant reminder of the need to preserve its home waters

Dubbed “Benny” by an instantly adoring public, the beluga whale is the first ever sighted in London’s iconic Thames River. If whales such as this are rare visitors here, humans are increasingly common visitors to their Arctic home. Climate change is dramatically changing the Arctic, warming at twice the global rate

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Good news for tigers shows we’re on the right path

It can be a long week/month/year/decade when you’re constantly confronted with bad news and the terrible things that we are doing to life on this planet. It can often seem like a never-ending uphill battle. And, well, that’s what it is, but every now and again you get some news that gives you a glimmer of hope

Front cover of our report entitled Undermined: Destruction of Tiger Habitat in India
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Undermined: Destruction of Tiger Habitat in India

A report highlighting the devastation of vital tiger habitat by mining companies for luxury items consumed in India and abroad. In Jamwa Ramgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, in the Indian state of Rajasthan, the destruction of key tiger habitat has resulted from quarrying for talc and marble