Tiny Deer And Rising Seas: Climate Change Tests Endangered Species Act

"Some people keep dogs in their backyards. In the Florida Keys, some residents have deer the size of a golden retriever in their yards. As sea levels rise and salt water climbs higher on the islands, it's shrinking habitat for this deer — which already has an estimated population of at most 1,000."

Source: NPR, 10/25/2023

FWS Proposes Sprawling Conservation Area in Everglades Watershed

"A new federal proposal calls for creating a conservation area that would span 12 counties in Florida, from the Everglades’ headwaters in the center of the state to sawgrass prairies further south, preserving a region that is home to imperiled species like the Florida panther, the official state animal."

Source: Inside Climate News, 10/24/2023

‘I Got To Know The Wolf’: Spain’s Shepherds Learn To Live With Old Enemy

"In the pre-dawn darkness of Sierra de la Culebra, Zamora, Spain, a sudden howl pierces the cold. More join in, until the baying chorus echoes all around. As the sky begins to lighten, their shapes emerge: first the alpha male, and then the rest of the wolf pack, appearing in the twilight where light and darkness merge.

Source: Guardian, 10/23/2023
November 6, 2023 to November 10, 2023

Semana do Jornalismo de Ambiente 2023

Liga para a Protecção da Natureza (LPN) apresenta em 2023 a segunda edição da Semana do Jornalismo de Ambiente. O evento terá lugar nas tardes de 6 a 10 de novembro na Fundação Luso-Americana para o Desenvolvimento, em Lisboa, Portugal.



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