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PhilippinesThe chief of the Biodiversity Management Bureau admitted Thursday there was still high demand for exotic animals following the attempted smuggling of wild birds in Camarines Norte, including the endangered Philippine hawk eagle. At the
There are rumors that President Obama actually desires making coal use for generating electricity or powering anything from locomotives to furnaces unusable by regulating and adding governmental costs making it financially unfeasible. So, that
Sometimes it is blindingly obvious, even to the most backbench of List MPs, when a line has been crossed. When a Minister picks up the phone and calls the police about police business, that right there is a line so big and so wide it should never be
Book Club Reading ListRead the Book? Now, Book the Author For Your Next Book Club Meeting!What inspired you to write this book? When researching my previous book,
Have you ever got trapped into a discussion on how homogenic global warming is almost completely the fault of the United States and if the United States would simply end its use of fossil fuels the world would become a pristine wonderland?
Island Biogeography . It wound up becoming crucial to the way we understand how animals adjust to living in a world that has been completely altered by humans. Islands are surrounded by water, and this water is typically pretty inhospitable to the
While I appreciate Fish & Game taking the time to respond to my article last week, they did not quite get the gist of what I was saying. They have ducked the issue of their lack of accountability and pulled a side angle out of thin air. I am unsure
Don't be surprised if you see more wild animals around town in the next few months. Drought conditions may cause creatures like elk, deer, bobcats, foxes, coyotes and even bears to wander further into town than normal, as they seek sources of food
GOVERNING PRINCIPLES IN AN ECOSYSTEM by Prof. Liwayway Memije-Cruz An ecosystem is a self-regulating natural community of living organisms interacting both with one another, and with non-living that surrounds them.
ECOLOGY PROVIDES INSIGHT INTO ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS By Prof. Liwayway Memije-Cruz “Human use, population, and technology have reached that certain stage where mother Earth no longer accepts our presence with silence.