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The most dangerous worldview is the worldview of those who have not viewed the world.

- Alexander von Humboldt


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The Three to Five Year Whale Watching Ban: For Conservation, or the Economy?

A significant move that will impact 32 operators, in 19 different ports in Washington State and British Columbia, is this really the answer to the dwindling Orca population?

Crag Caucus: Veterans and Politicians Rock Climb Together with American Alpine Club

Since its creation in 1902, climbing advocacy non-profit the American Alpine Club (AAC) has championed protection for the public lands that serve as unrivaled outdoor venues for climbers and other recreators.

Update: Following a Wave of Protests, China Postpones Lifting the Ban on the Use of Tiger and Rhino Parts

The use of rhino horn and tiger bone for medicinal uses was to be permitted again, which would have had a large impact on tiger and rhino endangerment.

Wildlife Corridors: Why is their Maintenance so Important for India’s Tigers?

Four hundred planned construction projects raises important questions about the definition and function of wildlife corridors.

The 2018 midterms: Colorado Voting Blue, Thinking Green

As of late Wednesday afternoon, Democrats secured a majority in the state Senate and increased their hold over the state House.

FAT, BOOBS, F-OUT: Montana Ski Area Body Shames into Buying Season Passes.

Montana Snowbowl and their ad agency, Spiker Communications, are hearing cries of disapproval over a recent advertisement referring to body fat only being acceptable in the form of boobs.

Winter Warfare in the Colorado Rockies

The ski industry’s 2018 pre-season media reel dramatizes the battle royal between Alterra Mountain Company and Vail Resorts in their quest to become Colorado’s undisputed “king-of-the-ski-hill”. .

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This is an opinion article courtesy of Alexander Anghelou who is a psychologist specialising in cognitive behaviour therapy, who is passionate about nature and wildlife.