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22.04.2020

Moorland in UK remains scarred by wildfires

Moorland in UK remains scarred by wildfires

Emily Beament While the landscape might appear to have recovered, it’s just one kind of grass that has grown back – no heather, no moss, no flowers. Wildlife including short-eared owls, curlews and mountain hares have returned to moorland devastated by fire a year ago, the National Trust said. »

10.10.2019

Dying Wildlife on a Warming Planet

Dying Wildlife on a Warming Planet

Co-Written by Meena Miriam Yust and Arshad M. Khan The emaciated polar bear, a sorry remnant of magnificence, raiding garbage cans in an iconic, even infamous photo, is one consequence of global warming.  As the September (2019) National Geographic cover story displays depressingly, Arctic ice collected over winter is sparser, thinner, and… »

05.06.2016

World Environment Day – Help Safeguard Species Under Threat

World Environment Day – Help Safeguard Species Under Threat

Human Wrongs Watch 5 June 2016 – Marking World Environment Day, which this year focuses on the illegal trade of wildlife, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is calling on everyone to “go wild for life” and take action to help safeguard… »

04.06.2016

Eco-Crime Hits Record High at up to 258 Billion Dollars

Eco-Crime Hits Record High at up to 258 Billion Dollars

Human Wrongs Watch “Eco-crime hits record high at up to $258 billion, outstripping the illegal trade in small arms, as international criminal gangs and militant groups profit from the plunder of Earth’s resources.”* Nairobi, 4 June 2016 – The value of environmental crime is… »

02.03.2015

On World Day – Crime against Wildlife Worth Up to $10 Billion a Year

On World Day – Crime against Wildlife Worth Up to $10 Billion a Year

Human Wrongs Watch World Wildlife Day, marked on 3 March 2015, is an opportunity to celebrate the many beautiful and varied forms of wild fauna and flora and to raise awareness of the multitude of benefits that conservation provides to people. At the same time, the Day reminds us… »

19.02.2015

Weapon of the Global Elite » Wildlife, Forest Crime One of Largest Organized Criminal Activities, alongside Trafficking of Drugs, Arms, Humans

Weapon of the Global Elite » Wildlife, Forest Crime One of Largest Organized Criminal Activities, alongside Trafficking of Drugs, Arms, Humans

Human Wrongs Watch 17 February 2015 – Once an emerging threat, wildlife and forest crime has today transformed into one of the world’s largest transnational organized criminal activities, alongside the trafficking of drugs, arms and humans. With the involvement of organized criminal groups, the industrial-level operations have been devastating:… »

05.10.2014

World Marches to Demand an End to Illegal Trade in Wildlife

World Marches to Demand an End to Illegal Trade in Wildlife

  Human Wrongs Watch The illegal trade in wildlife is the world’s fourth largest illicit trade, topped only by the trade in narcotics, counterfeiting and human trafficking. October 4, 2014 – Today, citizens in over 120 cities across the world are campaigning to save the world’s elephant and rhino… »

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