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Introduction to The Life of an Ecoradical

My name is Jeremy Grolman and I’m an Ecoradical. Some of you know me as a Wildist from Wild Will ( and some of you know my just by Facebook or Skype. As of February the 22nd, 2017, I am living somewhere on Visayas (1 of the 3 main island groups of the Philippines), with […]

Trump’s Wall ‘Would End Any Chance Of Recovery For Endangered Jaguars’

Trump’s Wall ‘Would End Any Chance Of Recovery For Endangered Jaguars’

President Trump announced Thursday that his administration will pursue a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, a project that would perpetuate human suffering, harm border communities and halt the cross-border movement of jaguars, ocelots, wolves and other wildlife. Among animals, the wall would be particularly harmful to highly endangered jaguars. Two jaguars have been photographed north […]

Border walls are bad for wildlife

Border walls are bad for wildlife

  In 1996, Botswana erected an 83-mile fence along its border with Namibia. The goal was to protect domestic cattle from the highly contagious foot-and-mouth disease. Within a year, though, the barrier had snared five giraffes, one elephant, several antelopes and numerous other wild animals. In the 20 years since, border barriers have proliferated to unprecedented levels — and […]


English green belt set to get 360,000 new homes

Countryside campaigners fear ministers are set to weaken green belt protection in order to meet housebuilding targets The number of homes being planned on green belt land in England has increased to more than 360,000, according to countryside campaigners, who fear ministers are poised to weaken protections to meet ambitious building targets. The assessment by […]

‘As you may expect from a species inhabiting a crisis ecoregion, the koala is not faring so well.’ Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo

Koalas are at the centre of a perfect storm. The species is slipping away

Australia is one of the worst performing countries in terms of protecting its ecoregions. Koalas are a litmus test for conservation of a habitat in crisis In 2016 koalas were sighted for the first time in decades at Mount Kembla, Wollongong and in Kosciuszko national park in New South Wales. Although these sightings are a […]

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