[Once again, thanks to Ann Hubard for the photographs, showing the benefits of Oregonians because we still have public land.]
Earth Day turned 46 today, and I went looking for some good news. These five items from Julia Whittey:
The huge drop of toxic PCBs and related contaminants in polar bears on the island of Svalbard shows that international agreements to ban PCBs are showing some success. As polar bears go, there go humans.
Wildlife preserves in Russia and China for highly rare Amur leopards show that the countries are working together to save endangered species.
Forty individual projects and nine larger projects received almost one-half billion dollars since last November—the greatest amount of funding that it has provided. One is a proposal to protect at least 5 percent of Brazil’s ocean territory through marine protected areas, and another is a project to investigate the potential of creating ‘blue…
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