Hunters often cloak themselves in environmental rhetoric, but all too often, they are responsible for destroying nature, not protecting it.
So, here's a highly controversial subject. What do we all know about culling? Well, the general consensus seems to be that a bunch of animals are killed as humanely as possible in order to alleviate overpopulation...
The factors that drive this issue are resolvable, and the effects that it has on the international community are too large to ignore.
Our planet is indeed gasping for breath right now, our harmful pollution is indeed choking her slowly and continues to strip her ozone layer. I think it is about time to give our timely response to this alarming state...
Humans build an unethical world, if we enable recreational killing as a utilitarian method to conserve rhinos, whose lives ultimately supply a fraudulent industry serving vain or misguided consumers.
Plant a garden to help our bees. Save them, they're a link we can't get back. Our existence depends on bees and other pollinators.
Muntjac deer are considered to be one of the most destructive invasive species in the UK. So what are muntjac deer, where did they come from and what problems are they causing for British native species and environment?
Cecil was merely one casualty of human population growth in Africa that has caused lion numbers to shrink drastically, amid corruption, mismanagement, and unrelenting demand for lion trophies .
After 75 years of being upstaged by plastics, the tagua nut, known as "vegetable ivory" has resurfaced as one of the most sustainable products in the world. Hopefully, its comeback will put an end to the senseless...
Canned lion hunting continued into 2015, sustaining the demand for about 1000 new lions per year, raised in captivity for the ultimate purpose of being killed for recreation by wealthy trophy hunters.