The United Nations plans to tame lethal sand and dust storms with a mixture of modern technology and traditional knowledge.
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Trees cool the world. They also cool themselves. Even moderate forest damage makes local temperatures soar.
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The likely outcome of the EPA announcement will be to spare hundreds of thousands of animals from having chemicals rubbed onto their skin, dropped in their eyes or forced down their throats. Photo by Sidsnapper/iStock.com
By Kitty Block and Sara Amundson In a landmark announcement, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today announced plans to end all animal testing on dogs, mice, rabbits and other mammals for chemicals and pesticides in coming years. Instead, the agency will focus on investing in . . .
- Breaking news: EPA moves to end animal testing
- Breaking news: EPA moves to end animal testing – Enclosure
- As Massachusetts considers an ivory trade ban, HSUS investigation uncovers thriving market for ivory in state
Devyn Friedfel is working to help communities in California prepare for a future that will see more fires and droughts. He knows that stopping climate change isn’t an option, so it’s important that mitigate and adapt to its effects.Read more
This very sick Shih Tzu puppy at the Frisco, Texas, Petland store had blood and mucus coming from his nose and mouth. Photo by the HSUS
Our latest undercover investigation of a Petland store, this one in Frisco, Texas, has revealed frail and ailing puppies, including dogs too sick to eat and suffering from vomiting and diarrhea. Also among the gruesome discoveries was a dead rabbit in a freezer – the . . .
- Breaking news: HSUS helps rescue 30 dogs and other animals from Kansas property
- Breaking news: HSUS helps rescue 30 dogs and other animals from Kansas property – Enclosure
- As Dorian approaches, HSUS moves animals from threatened shelters to safety