Latest Report of Iditarod Dog Killings Prompts Complaint

PETA Calls On Alaskan Authorities to Investigate Claims That a Musher Killed Dogs in ‘Fits of Anger’ For Immediate Release:February 15, 2018 Contact:David Perle 202-483-7382 Anchorage, Ala. – After a man publicly claimed this week to have previously worked for Iditarod musher John Baker and reportedly told news sources that he’d witnessed Baker kill sled […]

Divers Discover Rare Fish With Hands Off Tasmania Coast

“Lo and behold, I found a red handfish,” Cooper said. “That was very exciting!” In total, the divers noticed eight red handfish in that region — several miles from the other known population of rare red handfish. And this is really significant for the potential survival of the species.  “It means there’s potentially a bigger […]

Breaking! Arctic Ringed Seals Are Now Protected Under The Endangered Species Act Per The U.S. Court Of Appeals

NOAA The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit today upheld federal Endangered Species Act protections for ringed seals, Arctic ice seals are sadly threatened by climate change. Today’s ruling reverses a 2016 lower court decision that rejected the listing as speculative, finding that the listing is based on the best available science documenting […]

Destination Empathy: Adventures in Compassion

Written by Lisbet Chiriboga | February 15, 2018 You don’t have to look further than the latest headlines to realize that it has never been more important to instill empathy in young people in order to create a more compassionate future. With that in mind, TeachKind worked with child development experts, psychologists, and children’s museum […]