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  • species
  • The authors point out that the basic problem of huge excess effort in lobster fishing is characteristic of other aspects of fishing industries around the world--including shrimp and tuna longline industries that expend much more effort than needed to obtain optimal yields, while threatening turtles and non-targeted fish, including shark species, as bycatch. (unexplained-mysteries.com)
  • resources
  • That continues to happen because the formerly ignorant have joined in the feeding frenzy that has depleted the natural resources of the planet to well below any possible survival rates. (rense.com)
  • The US government has long been a leader in international conservation and encouraged other countries to cooperate on efforts to conserve wildlife, habitats, and natural resources, particularly in the developing world. (worldwildlife.org)
  • place
  • Between that and having already illegally allowed corporations to technically become people the world is in danger of outlawing actual-beings from any place on the planet to even exist. (rense.com)
  • Yet we're comforted by the thought that somewhere out there, such a glorious creature has a secure place in this world. (worldwildlife.org)
  • life
  • With tiny, precise pen strokes and careful cross-hatching, Italian artist Alfred Basha captures the complexity of natural life. (mymodernmet.com)
  • And in this way at least, we do not look at the world as one defined by borders, but instead a kinship of land and water and river and life. (worldwildlife.org)
  • Inspired by the great train rides of the age of steam, and an opportunity for greener travel, holidaymakers around the world are choosing life at a more leisurely, stylish and intimate pace. (wexas.com)
  • left
  • And now we re running out of everything we once considered to be inexhaustible: While our corruption of nuclear weapons, wars, torture and mass murder along with our inability to manage natural energy is destroying what s left of the planet. (rense.com)