The Crisis in the Amazon

There are little words to describe the heartache that I feel watching the Amazon rain forest, one of the most beautiful, sacred, and bio diverse places on the planet, burn. It has been an emotional past week seeing the headlines and really meditating on what this means and how insignificant my problems feel compared to … Continue reading The Crisis in the Amazon

The Black Mambas: Victory for Women and Wildlife

Women are strong, beautiful forces of nature. We are capable of anything we put or minds to. Two powerful, inspiring groups of women are proving just that by taking a stand against poaching in different regions of Africa. It is difficult to predict how many animals we truly loose to poaching each year due to … Continue reading The Black Mambas: Victory for Women and Wildlife

Does Meat REALLY Impact the Environment?

Animals aren't the only ones suffering at the hands of the meat industry; Mother Earth is right there with them. Our planet is in worse condition that ever before. In a time when environmental health seems to be ignored by our current U.S. government, (The secretary of agriculture comes from the biggest chicken-producing state in … Continue reading Does Meat REALLY Impact the Environment?

The Urgency of Ending Extinction

The most basic goal of every living being on Earth is to reproduce and prolong life of its species through genes and evolution. What does it take to push a species so far from obtaining that goal that it ceases to exist entirely? For 860 known species of extinct animal, it seems that simply trying … Continue reading The Urgency of Ending Extinction