Call of the Wildman’s Ernie Brown Jr. Accused of Grotesque Animal Abuse

January 27, 2014 by  
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Animal Planet’s Ernie “Turtleman” Brown Jr. of “ Call of the Wildman ” has been accused of grotesque abuse to animals that have appeared on his show. The host has been accused of nearly starving three raccoons regulars, as well as drugging a zebra from the Franklin Drive Thru Safari. Kentucky officials have warned Brown against endangering animals , but he has continued the abuse nonetheless. Read the rest of Call of the Wildman’s Ernie Brown Jr. Accused of Grotesque Animal Abuse Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: animal abuse , Animal Planet , Animal Planet show , call of the wild man animal abuse , Call of the Wildman , call of the wildman animal abuse , eco design , Ernie Brown Jr , Ernie Turtleman Brown , green design , Kentucky animal abuse , reality tv animal abuse , sustainable design        

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"Sweet Avenger" on Animal Planet Celebrates Vegan Baker-Superhero

March 31, 2011 by  
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Image: screenshot via vegantreats.com Any vegan who has been to or lives in NYC or Pennsylvania or anywhere else within Danielle Konya’s distribution area probably knows her work: Vegan Treats baked goods. The (amazing) peanut butter bomb is probably her signature treat, but there are plenty of others to choose from. Danielle Konya and her celebrated ..

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Obama Drops In on Kids’ Science Fair at the American Museum of Natural History

March 31, 2011 by  
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Image: NYCSEF President Obama took another step in encouraging kids concentrating in science subjects earlier this week, only this time it was a surprise. At the New York City Science and Engineering Fair at the Museum of Natural History on Tuesday, the day was winding down, but people inside the fair were told to keep waiting—and a half hour later, in walked Obama and Mayor Bloomberg.

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New Survey Shows Electronics Hampering Progress for Energy Efficient Homes

March 31, 2011 by  
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Photo Credit: mbowlersr / creative commons For 30 years, Americans have invested their money into making their homes more energy efficient. For example, Energy Star has built an entire market of electricity-saving appliances and equipment. More recently, the push to weatherize residential units has been made to reduce the need for power.

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Capturing the Cold, Striking Beauty of Glacier Caves…Before They Melt (Slideshow)

March 31, 2011 by  
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Photo credit: Eric Guth From the surface, glaciers look like solid masses of snow and ice , broken only by the occasional wrinkle and fissure. Beneath that top layer of ice and snow, however, lies a complex network of channels and openings, created by the flow of water, ice, and air.

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Sea Shepherd Harassment Limited Japan’s Whaling Negotiation Flexibility: Wikileaks

January 4, 2011 by  
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This particular leaked cable from Wikileaks hits strangely close to home: The activities of Sea Shepherd are of course the subject of the Animal Planet series Whale Wars , the fourth season of which begins this summer. Image: AnimalPlanetStore.com

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Sleek + Clever Lamp Design Uses Loose Change to Save Energy + Money

January 4, 2011 by  
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Images via www.designboom.com Seriously effective and good looking eco-design is hard. We know, we’ve been at it for years . Every now and again, however, a design pops up that just nails beauty and efficiency in one perfectly elegant fell swoop.

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Take That, Apple! Mozilla Adopts Baby Firefoxes

December 5, 2010 by  
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Screenshot from Mozilla FirefoxLive Marketing loves wildlife. Consider products like Apple’s Safari browser, and the Snow Leopard operating system

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In Italy, a 300 Year Old, Fire Ravaged Farm House Is Restored

December 5, 2010 by  
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Images via reflex déco We always say that the greenest brick is the one already in the wall : that it’s better to revamp or refurbish an existing building than to build an entirely new one, even if the newcomer is as green as can be. Now the architecture firm Wepsi de Meuron Architekten has taken that logic to the extreme, restoring a 300 year old farm house in Central Italy that nearly burned to the ground in 1995.

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Paul Watson Says He Never Ordered Scuttling the Ady Gil – Bethune’s Just Angry Over Being Kicked Out

October 9, 2010 by  
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The Whale Wars war of words continues: Sea Shepherd founder Paul Watson has issued a long statement countering… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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