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NOAA's Annual Report Now Released   Earlier this week at the American Geophysical Union fall meeting in Washington, D.C., the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released their 13th annual Arctic report and the results are concerning, to say the least.  This report follows the changes in...

The iconic French high fashion house that is Chanel S.A., famous for revolutionizing women's high fashion and everyday fashion from the restricting-silhouettes of the 19th century to more functional and flattering garments for a woman's figure, has made another revolutionary move. Chanel recently announced they...

Each year the debate occurs over which type of Christmas tree is better for the environment: real or artificial. And each year the answer is: it depends. Regarding environmental impact, there are multiple factors to consider. Nearly all real Christmas trees sold worldwide are grown on...

Seeing a backyard filled with flourishing wildlife during any season of the year is desired by many and one common way to achieve this is through bird feeding.  In fact, studies have shown more than 40% of Americans feed birds in their backyards and in...

Most often known for being the fastest of all dog breeds, clocked at running 44mph, greyhounds and specifically greyhounds in Florida have been making headlines along with the latest election results.  Florida had the opportunity to phase out the practice of commercial dog racing in...

Currently, IFCNR is working on refreshing our webpage with one of the main purposes being to incorporate a better explanation of the underpinning ethical position of IFCNR as well as our approach to what we see as pressing planetary issues.  This led to the creation...

Preventing Environmental Crises Before They Occur On October 3, 2018, a signing ceremony was held in Ilulissat, Greenland where several nations met and signed a moratorium on commercial fishing in the High Arctic. This agreement will prevent commercial fishing at least 200 kilometers offshore from countries with...