Monthly Archives: November 2011

CHRISTINA KOBLAND INTERVIEWS FORMER PA GOVERNOR EDWARD RENDELL…on biodiversity losses, fracking, politicians’ positions on environmental matters, and more.

Kobland: First of all, thank you Governor Rendell for this opportunity to speak with you. As a zoologist I’ve been interested in the state of ecological affairs in Pennsylvania, and in the world at large–the loss of biodiversity and habitat–and I’m … Continue reading

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Christina Kobland Presents! “Biodiversity as a best practice in landscape management”

  We are experiencing the sixth great extinction of species in Earth’s history, a problem rivaling global warming in its potential consequence for the planet. In the following video, a short clip from an hour-long presentation I gave February 17, … Continue reading

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Philadelphia City Council Passes Raccoon Kill Bill

November 3, 2011 was a sad day for Philadelphia Urban Wildlife. Shame on our leaders for setting up a feeding frenzy on innocent animals based on sensationalized reports and untruths. Philadelphia Inquirer’s coverage of the City Council meeting including Christina Kobland … Continue reading

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A PROTEST AGAINST PHILADELPHIA’S RACCOON KILL BILL

Organizer: Bridget Irons The protest is on Thursday, November 3, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. in room 400, City Hall, Philadelphia, PA 19107. Please bring a sign. According to Will Carter, the legislative person in Darrell Clark’s office, anyone wanting to comment on … Continue reading

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