A thousand years from now, when aliens finally discover the husk of our planet, these are the things they will know about us from our garbage. The wedding dress The most important artifact in a […]
If you’ve ever waged a one-person war on disposable cups, you know how frustrating and lonely it can be. Around twenty years ago, when I was trying for zero waste, I bought a rather expensive […]
Cats were bred to be our companions. A cat who lives all his life without attaching to a human is not fulfilling his biological destiny.
Nonprofit organizations often do not know how to properly market their events and programs. Animal Rights Channel publisher Lynn Hamilton has developed a form to help nonprofits articulate their intentions in advance of soliciting media […]
I’m sixty. But I have a baby. A twelve-week-old Siberian husky named Finn. He’s the last baby I’ll ever have. “When we’re seventy, we’re going to adopt old dogs,” I told my husband. “The ones […]
From Alexandra Horowitz’s “Being a Dog” A breath is not a sniff. When someone sniffs, he is deliberately pulling in air at a rate much faster than breathing. The length of a dog’s sniff has […]
You may have caught the “Bill Nye Saves the World” segment on flying foxes. The featured scientist who studies them calls them “sky pups” because some of them look surprisingly like dogs. Others look like, […]
By Lynn Hamilton Cities that protect their trees have higher property values, expanding tax bases, and business prosperity. And yet, many cities have done little to nothing to protect trees on either public or private […]