Posts Categorized: Environment

National Geographic team seeks Polar Grizzly Bear hybrid

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A team of researchers may have found a living hybrid Polar Bear/ Grizzly Bear.  National Geographic Expedition Team Members, Jason Matthews, Patrick Kligel and Casey Anderson have been on an expedition to the Arctic in hopes of filming a living, wild, hybrid between the two bears.  Funded by the National Geographic Society and filmed for… Read more »

Under-Ground Water Toxification–The Biggest Threat For Human Life: Cautions UN IDB-WED Observance

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Research shows that by the next 65 to 85 years, global warming could lead to a rise of up to 2 meters at sea-levels worldwide, making many of the land mass and island areas uninhabitable, especially in the Pacific region. Adjacently, on a contiguous perspective-milieu, the hydro-toxication levels of sub-surface water reserves could reach and… Read more »

SmartPower and ReNewable Now Announce Media Partnership

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SmartPower and Renewable Now today announced a strategic media partnership that will leverage the new media channels offered through ReNewableNow.Biz with the clean energy and energy efficiency expertise of SmartPower. That partnership was in evidence at http://renewablenow.biz/smart-power.html. ReNewable Now and SmartPower share a common mission of increasing the use of clean energy and energy efficiency… Read more »

Earth Day 2014: Polar Bears International and Cheetah Conservation Fund Join Forces

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As humanity gathers in support for Earth Day, April 22, two organizations – Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) and Polar Bears International (PBI) – aim to lead a new dialogue on the global impact of climate change and unite humanity towards common action. The first Earth Day in 1970 marked a commitment to environmental protection. Millions… Read more »