“Humpback Whales” Film Reminds Us That Not Every Environmental Story Is Bad News

“Humpback Whales” Film Reminds Us That Not Every Environmental Story Is Bad News

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“¬©Freedom Breach” is an image courtesy of ¬© Pasha Reshikov, for Coastal Care’s Photograph of the Month, October 2013.

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With so many of the world’s biggest environmental stories dominated by degradation, loss and rapid change, it can be quite relieving to get a little bit of good news. In the case of the world’s humpback whales, it’s some good news the size of a bus…

Humpback Whales opens on February 13th…

Read Full Article and View Trailer, Huffington Green

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