Monthly Archives: October 2011

Tears For The River Pigs

  -10-30:                      Increasing pollution of the Yangtze River and the threat this poses to the finless porpoise is also a warning for a third of China’s population that depends on these waters. GROWING up in Huanggang, a city by the … Continue reading

Posted in Cetaceans and Whaling, Marine Mammals

Monthly Collage—November

Will be updated with a better version within some hours

Posted in Art and Letter

Update II: After Many Thoughts Will Continue Blogging

Currently I have an enormous workload with paperwork, practical thingies and arranging my fathers funeral. That was why I wrote no time for blogging. It’s not really so fun to blog at my temporary blog , and there’s something wrong … Continue reading

Posted in Diary, Eco News

Humpback Whale Population Bigger Than Once Scientists Thought

Photo Courtesy: NOAA Signon San Diego 2011-10-23: Humpback whales, which are periodically seen off San Diego County, can grow to more than 50 feet in length. NOAA says the number of humpback whales roaming the northern Pacific Ocean exceeds … Continue reading

Posted in Cetaceans and Whaling, Marine Mammals

Greenpeace: Deforestation Campaigning Led To My Deportation

Last week, I was in Indonesia. I’d travelled there to work with colleagues in Jakarta and Sumatra on our continuing campaign to end the devastation of the country’s magnificent rainforests. But after an extremely intense few days, I left the … Continue reading

Posted in Forest and Trees

“Rogue” Man-Eating Sharks Actually Wants Whales

Photo : Wikipedia MSNBC 2011-10-25: After the attack on an American diver by a great white shark off the coast of Australia, the rumor mill is swilling with talk of a “rogue man-eating shark” that developed a taste for humans, … Continue reading

Posted in Animal Behaviour, Eco News

Java Rhino Driven To Extinction According To Conservationists

The last Javan rhino in Vietnam has died, according to a report by the World Wildlife Fund Link to this video Poaching has driven the Javan rhinoceros to extinction in Vietnam, leaving the critically endangered species‘ only remaining population numbering … Continue reading

Posted in Biodiversity, Conservation, Poaching and Wildlife Trafficking