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RT @CNN: The new regulations change how the Fish and Wildlife Service and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration consider whether species qualify for protections, as well as how the agencies determine which habitats deserve special protections. https://t.co/DiJY4e8KWr
RT @turtletweets: The Turtle Conservancy, HABIO A.C., Global Wildlife Conservation (GWC), and Rainforest Trust partnered on a deal to purchase an 18,850-acre former cattle ranch in Mexico’s Chihuahuan Desert, which will be converted into a desert-grassland wildlife refuge. https://t.co/g2yWdAsvsx
RT @Newsweek: Brazil's Bolsonaro blamed as illegal deforestation pushes Amazon rainforest to "tipping point," experts warns https://t.co/3Onq3w1LVA
RT @HuffPost: Researchers are calling for "concrete actions to protect the planet and the people who defend it." And they're calling out governments and big corporations for being complicit. https://t.co/LeNv4NQodk
RT @RightsResources: An unprecedented group of indigenous and community organizations respond to @IPCC_CH’s recognition of community rights. They speak the language of science and of traditional knowledge to show they are the #guardiansoftheforest: https://t.co/noGRXQTYhm https://t.co/Xh96kUULMj
RT @IPCC_CH: Land is a critical resource – we rely on it for food, water, health and wellbeing – but it is already under growing human pressure. #ClimateChange is adding to these pressures. #SRCCL #IPCC #GlobalGoals
Read more https://t.co/J1SszBYBjS https://t.co/llk3RQnCQA
RT @mic: Three years after the #NoDAPL protests, Native Americans took matters into their own hands and opened a solar farm at the Standing Rock Reservation next to the Dakota Access Pipeline. https://t.co/qfXGOV82Px
The more we learn to connect with and appreciate the natural world, the more we realize we need to protect it. #Serengeti, narrated by @Lupita_Nyongo premieres August 4 on @Discovery. https://t.co/bTICEJK2Oe
RT @YaleE360: In an interview with @YaleE360, lawyer and Goldman Prize winner Alfred Brownell discusses how his home country of Liberia became overrun by extractive industries, and the steps its government can now take to ensure a brighter future.
RT @NBCNews: New research shows that the recent rise in global temperatures is unlike anything seen on Earth during the past 2,000 years.
This #WorldRangerDay, I stand with the world’s rangers, who are on the front line of conservation, bravely giving their all to protect planet Earth. Learn more: https://t.co/Ilb4r82Mvg. https://t.co/ETJqzDRnTu
RT @PantheraCats: Learn more about #GlobalTigerDay and how you can help #tigers: https://t.co/e7ZauPAfMB
#TigersForever #stoppoaching #stopextinction #savetigers https://t.co/1dheC16CDU
RT @thehill: Swedish teen Greta Thunberg receives Normandy's Freedom Prize, donates prize money to climate groups https://t.co/XBSXLJa3U4 https://t.co/TajvTE9g3N
RT @TheEconomist: Climate change is the biggest challenge facing humankind. How would you tackle it? https://t.co/OQQwo1Agpy https://t.co/PLJNvOev83
RT @NPR: Sea levels are rising, and with that comes flooding for coastal residents.
A new report found that the number of high-tide flood days is rising significantly in more than 40 communities — mostly concentrated on the East Coast. https://t.co/2lzbaVtfE3
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