Biodiversity

Pro-Life Group Blasts Judge For Recognizing Hippos As ‘Persons’ While Unborn Babies Remain Without Rights

A renowned pro-life group blasted United States District Court Cincinnati Judge Karen Litkovitz for recognizing hippos as "persons" while unborn babies inside their mothers' wombs still do not have rights.

Toxic Chemicals Spread to Multiple Fetal Organs When Moms Are Exposed to Pesticides During Pregnancy

Pesticide exposure during pregnancy has implications for both mother and child’s health, as studies indicate prenatal and early-life exposure to environmental toxicants increases susceptibility to diseases, from learning and developmental disabilities to cancer.

Emerging Analyses of Road To Net-Zero 2050 Suggest Hits to Economy, Biodiversity

New analyses show the road to net-zero emissions by 2050 comes with significant but poorly understood economic and environmental costs. While efforts to quantify these impacts are starting to take shape, concerns are mounting over how to source the building blocks for the green economy.

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