Reports reveal rotten fish, emaciation and starvation in marine animals at the Miami Seaquarium

Miami Seaquarium has a history of animal welfare violations, so it’s no surprise that a new PETA report reveals malnutrition, emaciation and rotten fish in the abuse park again. PETA reported that data from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and other government agencies, in addition to testimony from animal care experts, revealed shocking … Read more

How sustainable design gives this Napa Resort its perfect charm

While Carneros Resort and Spa in California’s Napa Valley is undoubtedly a luxury resort, first impressions suggest something else: a wilder, less-manicured version of luxury, perhaps unlike other Napa properties of its kind. While everything is certain is perfect, you don’t have to look perfect. For example, the gardens seem overgrown at first; lavender and … Read more

Top Weekly News: Coca-Cola and others extract billions of gallons of water from reservoirs during Mexico’s drought, janitor brings dying chimpanzee back to life, young Republicans worry about the environment, and more!

Every Friday, One Green Planet brings you the most important news of the week. For those who don’t have much time to read the news every day, this is a great resource and an easy way to catch up! Here you will find different news categories, a summary of the main stories and links to … Read more

Why breeding dolphins and orcas in captivity is a terrible idea

Seven years ago, Sea World San Diego announced the birth of a male dolphin calf. His mother is Sadie, a 14-year-old dolphin who lives in captivity at Sea World San Diego. Seeing a baby dolphin born in captivity isn’t new to amusement parks like Sea World. This small cetacean is actually one of about 80 … Read more