Category Archives: wwf

Dear Future Generations: Sorry.

“See, you can ignore [climate change], but the thing about truth is, it can be denied—not avoided. So I’m sorry future generations: I’m sorry our footprint became a sinkhole, and not a garden; I’m sorry that we paid so much attention to ISIS, and very little to how fast the ice is melting in the Arctic. […] We are not apart form nature, we are a part OF nature; and to betray nature is to betray us, to save nature is to save us.”

Donate here to help save our earth and its inhabitants—every dollar counts (wwf.worldwildlife.org/goto/savethenarwhal)!

Donate to my page

In The News

The U.S. is taking the helm regarding climate change and its alarming rate in the arctic, and, at the Arctic Council Friday, tried to make climate change a priority of the utmost importance, according to the Globe and Mail.

“‘This is not a future challenge, this is happening right now,’ Mr. Kerry said as he outlined the rapid retreat of Arctic ice cover, the collapse of permafrost with resulting massive releases of the potent greenhouse gas methane as well as dire coastal erosion and the acidification of the Arctic Ocean.”

Read more of the fascinating article here (http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/arctic-council-to-focus-on-climate-change-under-us-leadership/article24126137/).

Donate to my page

Help save the arctic and its beautiful inhabitants, such as the narwhal, here—every dollar makes a difference (wwf.worldwildlife.org/goto/savethenarwhal)!

In The News

McDonald's Goes Green

You can now have a little less regret while eating McDonald’s, according to VICE News. In a recent article, VICE went in depth about McDonald’s pledge to the environment.

“‘Making this pledge is the right thing to do for our company, the planet, and the communities in which our supply chain operates,’ McDonald’s vice president of supply chain and sustainability Francesca DeBiase said in a statement. ‘We’re excited to continue collaborating with our supplier partners to achieve our goals.'”

It is important to recognize that McDonald’s is one of the first major fast food chains—and one of the largest companies—to make such a commitment on its entire product line.

Read more here (https://news.vice.com/article/mcdonalds-says-it-will-stop-destroying-the-worlds-forests).

Donate here to help save the planet and its inhabitants, specifically the narwhal—every dollar counts, so please help a worthy cause: Our climate (http://wwf.worldwildlife.org/goto/savethenarwhal).

Donate to my page

In The News

The US Economy Grew in 2014 — Carbon Pollution, Not So Much.

VICE News explores the intricate relationship—and lack thereof—between economies and carbon emissions.

Annual Changes In Energy-Related Carbon Dioxide Emissions

“If new US government figures are any indication, addressing climate change doesn’t have to mean curtailing economic growth. […] The agency said on Monday the US economy expanded by 2.4 percent in 2014, while greenhouse gas emissions increased 0.7 percent.”

Read more here (https://news.vice.com/article/the-us-economy-grew-in-2014-carbon-pollution-not-so-much).

Donate to my page

Help save the arctic and its beautiful inhabitants by donating here—every dollar counts, so please help make a difference and donate to a worthy cause (http://wwf.worldwildlife.org/goto/savethenarwhal)!

In The News

Nearly one year after this article (http://www.wired.com/2014/03/narwhal-tusks-enormous-sensory-organs/) was published, we still don’t know the answers—please help save this mysterious species!

Donate to my page