Chinese Mining Firms Threatens Zimbabwe Wildlife

China’s behavior and disrespect of the African continent is no secret. So it’s only right that I keep you updated with more foolishness. The following information comes from The Guardian. Zhongxin Coal Mining Group and Afrochine Smelting, two Chinese mining companies, have been permitted to start impact assessments for drilling, land clearance, road building, and…

Can Cats Spread The Coronavirus?

Since the virus that causes COVID-19 belongs to a family of viruses that causes diseases in animals, whether or not animals can catch and spread the coronavirus has been brought into question—particularly household pets like cats. The following information comes from The Conversation. A 2019 survey revealed that cats are the most popular pet in…

Man Saves Toddler From Pit Bull

Greetings All, There was a time in my adolescence when I desired having a pet dog. But after receiving a full breakdown of the responsibilities that followed, I quickly submitted to weekly goldfish. And a recent news article further supports why that will never change. The following information comes from Fox 2 Detroit. 47-year-old Johnell…

1,000 Animals Die From Drought in South Africa

I saw some disturbing news earlier and had to share. The following information comes from Africa News. A severe drought in the Kahalari Desert has caused the death of more than 1,000 animals in South Africa. This situation has forced tourists reservations to be put on hold, with Thuru Lodge manager Burger Schoeman advising the…

60 Second Docs: Joseph Keter

Greetings Folks, In a previous post, I made reference to the mistreatment of animals, as well as the extinction of them, and how we can work on healing our overall ecosystem. Well, I came across a 60 Second Documentary that seems to be a step in the right direction. Meet Joseph Keter. Keter is an…

Survival

Greetings Folks, I was having a conversation with an elder earlier this week, discussing how spoiled and codependent my generation is in regards to materialism. The question of whether modern-day society could survive without all of the gadgets, electricity, accessible food and water then came about, and I simply replied, “no.” We’re too conditioned to…

Extinction

Greetings Good People, I posed a question in a previous post about the necessity of living and working outside of planet earth—with the evolution of technology, that conversation no longer seems like a far-fetched illusion. Based on the research I’ve been doing, particularly on the treatment of the planet, leaving might become the only option…

The Last Lioness

Greetings All, You ever have one of those days when you’re feeling under the weather and you just want to bask in laziness? Well, that’s how I’ve been this Sunday—YouTube and Apple Cider Vinegar have been my best friends. And upon browsing, I came across a National Geographic’s documentary, entitled The Last Lioness, that I…