I want national monuments, we need worth, I want generations to come to be proud and steadfast and I won’t have any looting for what we work hard for. Let’s agree to do our land a real justice to get back on track!!
Let’s speak out for our America
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Here is some good information and relateable news about information for Bee’s and neonicotinoids abuse. Good legislation in agriculture and for Bee’s is needed and a top priority, we literally wait on them for survival(Bee’s insects) Good news💘
Re:Largely from CNN
The island of Bali is a jewel of the Indonesian archipelago, a tourist magnet known for idyllic beaches and lush forests.
South African Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa has declared that she plans to permit the trade in Rhino Horn domestically and to allow the export internationally of Rhino Horn for ‘personal purposes’.
The South African Government has in the past been accused and found guilty of corruption at the highest levels. Informed conservationists fear that the implementation of the proposed permits for trade will be less than perfect. The South African Government has not even been able to release any official poaching figures for more than six months.
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Humans Hold Evolutionary Fate Of Millions Of Species Including Our Own – http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Sparkonit/~3/5CiJwss3A2M/
To contrast. We don’t remember much more if any more than animals. If not for our design and extra will we would not be here
The Vaquita Porpoise has a supposedly low number of down to 30 remain
Fishing nets being the biggest blunder for this kind in its array of space
You can help fix this
Gill nets are deadly & should be totally banned to prevent a tradgedy to the Vaquita Porpoise
World Wildlife fund
Since 1975, the totoaba has been protected in Mexico when it was listed as an endangered species due to the mad hunt for its swim bladder. In the past few years, the totoaba population made a small comeback; unfortunately, this recovery motivated illegal fisherman and the Mexican criminal cartels to target the endangered fish once more to export the fish’s swim bladder for sale on the black market in China. The resurgence of this market has been devastating not only for the totoaba, but for the dwindling vaquita population. The totoaba fishery resurgence has accelerated the decline of the vaquita from 7.5% annually to 18.5% annually. The gillnets set for totoabas are of a mesh greater than six inches, making their use illegal. The use of these gillnets also makes it more likely for the vaquita to become entangled and drown.