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5 reasons to break up with arctic drilling #5 You don't see a future in it. ejus.tc/1NqJqlH  
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Snowpack? More like a snow gap, record temperatures and no snow mean +CAdrought is about to get worse ejus.tc/1wZ6j56  
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An all-female community patrol is protecting rhinos, lions, & giraffes from poaching in South Africa ejus.tc/1EvE8Bu
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There are few national forests that can boast breaching whales, ice blue glaciers, ancient forests, and the highest density of black bears in the world. But then again, Alaska's Tongass National Forest is not just any forest. 

For decades, logging companies have wanted to clear out the giant moss-covered trees, and mining companies have wanted to exploit the riches beneath its soil. But thanks to the vigilance of groups like Earthjustice, the Tongass has for the most part remained pristine and intact. Check out our special feature about the ongoing fight to preserve this remarkable place.
Alaska's Tongass National Forest is home to centuries-old trees and rivers flowing among thousands of islands. It is also the last forest where the fight continues to keep timber sales out of roadless areas.
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ROARING COMEBACK: Conservationists are celebrating after a video showed a wild tiger and its cubs frolicking in the forests of Northern China, the first siting of the species in the country after disappearing for more than 65 years.

Siberian tigers used to rule over the vast forests of Russia and Northern China, but a century of hunting and habitat destruction has sent the population plummeting. Conservationists are heartened by a recent move by China to ban logging in its northern forests, a prime habitat for Siberian tigers, and hope the increased protections will encourage more tigers to return.
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New research shows how wolves really might have been human's first "best friend" ejus.tc/1ExiMTS 
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26 million Americans have asthma. Some of those Asthma Warriors shared their stories with us: ejus.tc/18QgGTy
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Take a moment to watch this stunning time lapse of our planet via +NASA 
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Five years later, dolphins are still dying because of the BP Oil Spill according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
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Grizzly Bears in Yellowstone are leaving their winter dens early this year ejus.tc/1LiyTH1
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Protect the magnificent places, natural resources, and wildlife of this earth, and to defend the right of all people to a healthy environment.
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Earthjustice works through the courts on behalf of citizen groups, scientists, and other parties to ensure government agencies and private interests follow the law. On Capitol Hill, we work to protect and strengthen federal environmental laws and preserve special places
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