Search results for news


7 Votes Vote

Good news for Bobcats in California!

Posted by External 20 days ago General
http://www.enn.com — In a momentous decision, the California Fish & Game Commission has voted to ban the trapping of bobcats.Assembly Bill 1213, prohibiting the trapping and killing of bobcats statewide, passed the California legislature in 2013, but for the past two years it has not been fully implemented.A Care2 petition demanding that California legislators and the Fish and Game Commission be more diligent in Read More
Discuss Bury
Tags: good news bobcats california All
9 Votes Vote

Bad News for Groundwater Basins

Posted by External 72 days ago General
http://www.enn.com — About one third of Earth's largest groundwater basins are being rapidly depleted by human consumption, despite having little accurate data about how much water remains in them, according to two new studies led by the University of California, Irvine (UCI), using data from NASA's Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) satellites. This means that significant segments of Earth' Read More
Discuss Bury
Tags: bad news groundwater basins All
5 Votes Vote

Good news for Amur Tigers

Posted by External 89 days ago General
http://www.enn.com — The population of the Amur tiger in Russia has increased to as many as 540 individuals over the last ten years, according to figures released by the Russian government. “I am pleased to see that the number of Amur tigers in Russia has increased in all the key areas where WWF has been working for many years,” said Igor Chestin, Head of WWF-Russia. “This success is due to the commitment of R Read More
Discuss Bury
Tags: good news amur tigers All
6 Votes Vote

Record low snowpacks in Southwest is bad news for water supplies

Posted by External 139 days ago General
http://www.enn.com — Nine states report record low snowpacks. A report from the US Department of Agriculture states, “the largest snowpack deficits are in record territory for many basins,especially in the Cascades and Sierra Nevada where single – digit percent of normal conditions prevail. Very low snowpacks are reported in most of Washington, all of Oregon, Nevada, California, parts of Arizona, much of Idaho, Read More
Discuss Bury
Tags: record snowpacks southwest bad news water supplies All
8 Votes Vote

News coverage of Fukushima disaster minimized health risks to general population

Posted by External 170 days ago General
http://feeds.sciencedaily.com — A new analysis finds that U.S. news media coverage of the Fukushima disaster largely minimized health risks to the general population. Researchers analyzed more than 2,000 news articles from four major U.S. outlets. Read More
Discuss Bury
Tags: news coverage fukushima disaster minimized health risks general population All
7 Votes Vote

Good news! We're eating healthier!

Posted by External 172 days ago General
http://www.enn.com — The big news from the 2015 Natural Products Expo West was that the American consumer is buying healthy foods at volumes never seen before. Health and wellness products are achieving three times the sales growth as conventional food products.A survey conducted by SuperMarket News found that 80 percent of surveyed food-industry wholesalers and retailers had sales growth in health and wellness Read More
Discuss Bury
Tags: good news were eating healthier All
13 Votes Vote

NASA finds good news on forests and carbon dioxide

Posted by External 237 days ago General
http://feeds.sciencedaily.com — A new NASA-led study shows that tropical forests may be absorbing far more carbon dioxide than many scientists thought, in response to rising atmospheric levels of the greenhouse gas. The study estimates that tropical forests absorb 1.4 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide out of a total global absorption of 2.5 billion -- more than is absorbed by forests in Canada, Siberia and other northern re Read More
Discuss Bury
Tags: nasa finds good news forests carbon dioxide All
8 Votes Vote

'Good news' for Oxfordshire's economy

Posted by External 254 days ago General
http://www.ox.ac.uk — Oxfordshire's economy is set to benefit from the expected demand for low carbon goods and services over coming decades, says a new report. The research was carried out by the ECI with Low Carbon Oxford, a network of organisations working towards a low carbon economy. 04/12/14 04 Dec 2014 - Read More
Discuss Bury
Tags: good news oxfordshires economy All