Behind on your conservation news? Catch up with our weekly review of the best sustainability stories, photos and videos making the rounds on the internet.
- A new WWF report reveals that wildlife populations have declined by 30 percent over the past several decades. [Grist]
- Be a part of the sustainable travel movement! The Global Sustainable Tourism Council is asking for your input as it develops criteria for sustainable tourism destinations. [Survey Gizmo]
- It’s not too late to celebrate Endangered Species Day. Enjoy a slide show detailing our efforts to save seven endangered animals from extinction. [Rainforest Alliance]
- At Hacienda Tres Rios, a Mayan tradition lives on with a yearly pilgrimage to the island of Cozumel to worship the goddess Ixchel. [Hacienda Tres Rios]
- Need a break? Check out 50 photos of some of the world’s most incredible wildlife species. [Glazemoo]
- Guess who stopped by the Rainforest Alliance’s 25th Anniversary Gala? Chris Noth and Martha Stewart! [Wire Image]
- In advance of Rio+20, WWF says that the Earth’s environment is getting worse, not better. [The Guardian]
- Scientists in the Amazon install “leaf packs” to survey the impacts of a new transoceanic highway on water quality. Our vice president of forestry, Richard Donovan, weighs in. [National Geographic]
- We’ve created new lessons to help you teach your kids about climate change! Check them out, and share them with the parents and educators in your life. [Rainforest Alliance]
- Can we shop our way to a sustainable society? Our president Tensie Whelan reflects. [Greenbiz]
- Addicted to Pinterest? We couldn’t resist, either. [Pinterest]
Did we miss something? Share your favorite internet finds with us in the comments section!