Environment – Facts from the world for our environment.

Officials: Fukushima Has Now Contaminated 1/3 Of The Worlds Oceans.

The Pacific Ocean – in fact almost one-third of the Globe – is thought to have been contaminated from the leak out from the Fukushima  Nuclear Disaster.

Breaking! Two States Declare Emergency After More Than A Quarter Million Gallons Of Gasoline Have Leaked.

Alabama and Georgia have officially declared states of emergencies after a major fuel pipeline ruptured earlier this week in Shelby County, Alabama. Roughly 6,000 barrels of gasoline (or 252,000 gallons) has thought to have leaked since Monday, which will likely…

Diego: A Giant Tortoise Who Fathered 800 Children and Rescued the Genre from Demise.

Diego is over 100 years old and he is responsible, in large part that the giant tortoises of the Galapagos Islands no longer threatened with extinction.

Sperm Whales Found Dead In Germany, Stomachs FULL Of Plastic And Car Parts.

The whales’ deaths are symbolic of humanity’s shocking disregard for marine life.

This Bonobo Starts Fires, Cooks His Own Food, AND Knows 3,000 English Words.

A bonobo monkey has learned how to start fires, cook his own food, put them out, and much, much more…

Neglected Bear Was Put In A Rusty Cage For Thirty Years. Now Watch Her Reaction When They Free Her!

In the winters, we humans like to cuddle up and ‘hibernate like a bear’. Bears in the wild actually DO innately curl up and go to sleep for approximately 8 months! Human beings know how terrible we feel when we…

Maryland to Become First State in U.S. to Ban Bee-Killing Pesticides.

In 2015, honey bee populations in the state of Maryland declined by 61%, according to the USDA. That startling statistic is two times higher than the national average, which is why beekeepers are celebrating the state’s recent decision to ban…

Almost 23 Thousand Europeans Die Each Year from Coal Pollution.

Power plants that operate on coal are still a big thing within the EU, even though renewable and nuclear energy are quickly gaining space as important sources. Coal use, still not eliminated, is very destructive for the environment, as it…