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Ryan’s Well

by: Blaine Skrainka


Despite political stagnation, everyday people continue to seek solutions to our climate crisis. Ryan Hrejac, of Ontario, Canada, began his mission to battle global water shortages in developing nations through direct action, education, and inspiration, […]

Tags: Activism, Blaine Skrainka, China, Developing Nations, Environment, Global Water Shortage, Health, Horn of Africa, Ryan Hrejac, Ryan's Well, The Wild Magazine, Water, Water Crisis, world
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CLIMATE CHANGE UPDATE

by: Blaine Skrainka


News coverage has been completely overwhelmed during the month of July over the synthetic debt ceiling crisis, yielding little time for coverage of other stories. For the environmentally conscious WILD community, we want to highlight […]

Tags: Arctic, Birth Defects, Blaine Skrainka, Cancer, Climate Change Update, Climate Skeptics, Conservatives, DDT, Debt Ceiling Crisis, Drought, East Africa, Environment, Horn of Africa, Pestacides, Politics, Somalia, Tea Party, The Wild Magazine, world
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STAND BY ME

by: Blaine Skrainka


On Saturday night, humanitarian advocates and global superstars teamed up raise awareness for the ongoing crisis in Somalia. Bono, of U2, invited Somali native K’Naan to the stage to perform a stirring rendition of Ben […]

Tags: Blaine Skrainka, Bono, Drought, East Africa, Horn of Africa, Humanitarian Crisis, K'Naan, music, ONE, Somalia, Stand By Me, The Wild Magazine, United Nations, War, world
Drought in Somalia

THE EPICENTER OF CLIMATE CHANGE

by: Blaine Skrainka


The Horn of Africa on the continent’s east coast is experiencing the worst drought in more than 60 years.  Climate scientists believe that the extreme weather patterns are a direct result of human carbon emissions. […]

Tags: Africa, Blaine Skrainka, Climate Change, Daphne Wysham, Djibouti, Drought, Environment, Ethiopia, Famine, Horn of Africa, Kenya, Piracy, Somalia, The Epicenter of Climate Change, The Wild Magazine, world

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