Last Chance Tourism

Vacations and trips to the most threatened and endangered parts of the earth have become known as “last chance tourism” (LCT). Examples include Australia’s rapidly bleaching Great Barrier Reef, the melting ice sheets of Antarctica, and the alternately flood- and drought-ravaged islands of Galapagos and the Maldives. “LCT is a niche tourism market focused on witnessing … More Last Chance Tourism

Support Conservation with Your Holiday Gift Giving

The holiday season is a time of togetherness, warmth, celebration, and for some–shopping. Too many of the gifts that we buy leave a long trail of environmental degredation between their origin and the recipient. It doesn’t have to be this way. Support the Endangered Species Coalition while buying sustainable gifts this holiday season. All of … More Support Conservation with Your Holiday Gift Giving

The Big, Sweet Wolf

Wolves Saved my Life click link above to watch a brief, but moving video At Lockwood Animal Rescue Center (LARC), veterans suffering from PTSD are connecting to nature in a way few would expect–bonding with the big, bad wolf. LARC provides therapy in the form of wolves, wolf-dogs, coyotes, foxes, and Primurine horses. These therapy … More The Big, Sweet Wolf

Vote for Conservation

Looming, rather ominously, is Election Day for the United States. Through various polls, the American public show huge support for conservation efforts: 90% of Americans support the Endangered Species Act 74% of Americans believe we must fight climate change 72% of Americans believe public lands (i.e., national forests, wildlife refuges, and national monuments) are a … More Vote for Conservation