Eco Media Center

1 0 You must be logged in to vote
Aerial view of Mt. McKinley, the tallest mountain in North America
Image taken: unknown
Location: United States
Uploaded by: ecomedia
Mount McKinley or Denali (Koyukon Athabaskan for "The High One", Dghelaayce’e in Ahtna) in Alaska, is the highest mountain peak in North America and in the United States, with a summit elevation of 20,320 feet (6,194 m) above sea level. Measured base-to-peak, it is the tallest mountain on land. Measured by topographic prominence, it is the third most prominent peak in the world after Mount Everest and Aconcagua. It is the centerpiece of Denali National Park and Preserve.
source:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_McKinley

Location:Mt. McKinley, Alaska.
Photographer:STACY GOLD/National Geographic Stock
COMMENTS:
You must be logged in to post comments
Geo location
YouTube
Similar results
Send your image
News source
Indonesia to hear indigenous peoples' grievances on land disputes
Public hearings into alleged violations of indigenous peoples' land rights will open next week in Palu on the island of Sulawesi. This is the beginning of a series of hearings by the Commission on Human Rights to explore conflicts affecting indigenous people in forest areas. The Commission will travel throughout Indonesia, providing concerned parties an opportunity to meet and discuss land disputes, before submitting the results of their findings to the next president.
An uncertain future: world's last wild Siberian tigers threatened by iIllegal logging, global warming, disease (PART II)
Every year, between 20 and 30 tigers are poached. Illegal logging is reducing the tigers' habitat, and illegal hunting is reducing its food supply. However, these are not the only threats to wild tiger survival -- other problems are cropping up and taking a toll on the iconic big cat.
Greenpeace alleges SLAPP suit tactic by logging company
Greenpeace Canada has filed a Statement of Defense in response to a $7 million lawsuit by Resolute Forest Products (NYSE:RFP) over allegations that the logging company destroyed forests in Quebec and Ontario.
Invasive species worsen damage from Hawaii's storms
Damage from Hurricane Iselle, which recently battered Hawaii's Big Island, was exacerbated by invasion of non-native tree species, say experts who have studied the transformation of Hawaii's native forests. selle, which made landfall on the Big Island on August 7, was the third-strongest tropical cyclone to hit Hawaii since 1950. It caused upwards of $50 million in damage.
Under pressure over pollution complaints, Aceh calls for closure of gold mines
In the wake of massive fish die-offs and repeated calls from environmental groups to do more than just talk about the issue, the government of Aceh has called for the closure of all illegal gold mines throughout the province. Several members of the Regional Leadership Coordination Forum signed a written appeal for illegal miners to immediately stop their operations.

You can report incidents such as pollution to water or land, damage or danger to the natural environment, animals in distress or dead animals, poaching or illegal fishing, dumping of hazardous waste or large amounts of industrial waste, incidents at waste sites such as landfill, transfer station etc., industry causing noise, air, water and land pollution, illegal dumping of solid and liquid wastes (including soil), contaminated sites, roadside litter. You can also report environmentally friendly sites such as eco resorts, eco retreats, green hotels, ecolodges and environmentally friendly accommodation and eco resources along with nature and wildlife photos.
©2011 Eco Media Center
contact