According to a new report from Bloomberg, the U.S. will seek to use money intended for climate change adaptation to promote the construction of new coal plants. The plan, according to an anonymous official inside the Trump administration, is to use the Green Climate Fund to facilitate the construction of new coal plants abroad. The […]
The House of Representatives has approved a joint resolution that invites Alaskan hunters to engage in unimaginable acts of barbarism. House joint resolution 69, introduced by Alaska’s Republican Rep. Don Young, overturns a federal rule written by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that bans denning – the practice of killing baby wolves in their dens. […]
The end of this week brought the peak of the Perseid Meteor Shower, an event many people look forward to all year. This year’s show was even more spectacular with the pull of Jupiter bringing meteors from all directions. My photojournalist, Michael, and I drove out to the New River Gorge Bridge in […]
Finding Nemo is the iconic movie that every young kid can’t help but love from Pixar Animation Studios, and released by Walt Disney Pictures. Finding Dory, set to be released June 17, will likely attain the same success its predecessor did that made it $937 million at the box office, according to Box Office Mojo. Box office success will most likely […]
This story! This is the kind of thing I drop everything to write up. Damian Aspinall has perhaps one of the most rewarding jobs in the world. His organization, the Aspinall Foundation, helps reintroduce captive gorillas back into the wild in Africa. Damian has seen over 100 gorillas released into the wild, but one special […]
A video has surfaced showing what may be the biggest shark ever captured on film — and she may be pregnant. Watch the video below.
Bats play a critical role in their ecosystems. From fruit bats, who help with pollination, to insectivorous bats, who help control insect populations and the spread of disease, our little winged friends of the night are important. Right now, though, bats are being killed off in hordes by a fungus, something scientists call “White Nose […]
Back when I was fresh and new here at Liberal America, I wrote about American Hunter Corey Knowlton, who was scheduled to kill a Black Rhino after winning an auction in Texas last year. He was in a battle with the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife, though, who did not know if he was […]