Petition to Save Wildlife & Save Our Ecological Balance


The UN reports that up to 1 million species are at risk of going extinct in just a matter of years. And this extinction crisis is largely driven by human activity.

The relationship between animals and their environments is what keeps the planet healthy for all of us. But it is a fragile balance. As crucial habitats are destroyed, time is running out for many species. To prevent a global extinction crisis, we must conserve at least half of the planet in its natural state.

It’s up to us to help create a safe future for our planet’s biodiversity. The National Geographic Society is shining a light on threatened species and landscapes around the world by partnering with leading experts and funding on-the-ground research and conservation. Together we can help protect these places—and the species that depend on them—before it’s too late.

You can help save wildlife and their habitats too by becoming a #SaveTogether Wildlife Advocate. Add your name and pledge to do your part.

ADD YOUR NAME

Sincerely,
Sarah F. Stallings
National Geographic Society

P.S.June 21st is World Giraffe Day and I will post something about giraffes @ that time.

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Food & Environmental Organizations #1

NOTE: Almost every year I post a list of organizations that work to improve the environment. This month, I hope to do another list, but in some cases, I will copy and paste what I receive in my email so you can read their purposes and efforts to make the world a better place. Most of the time, the info bleeds into the right hand margin, which I cannot always reduce, so my apologies if this happens. They often ask for donations, but the main reason for my posting is to give you information about the organization:

Here is the first one for 2020. I put some of the info in BOLD for emphasis:

 

Environment America Banner

We did it! Thanks to generous Environment America supporters like you, our end-of-year drive was a success, and we’re now more prepared than ever to start the new year off right.

Environment America supporters

Over the past year, supporters like you took action to protect bees from dangerous pesticides, to choose wildlife over plastic waste, to stand up for our public lands and so much more. And now we have the resources we’ll need to keep taking on some of the biggest issues facing our environment in 2020 — all thanks to people like you.

Your support is vital to all of our work. This year, we’ll work to protect our environment, together.

Thanks for making it all possible,

Ed Johnson
President

P.S. If you missed our end-of-year drive, you can still support all of Environment America’s work to protect wildlife, clean air, clean water and open spaces with a donation today.

Donate today. A cleaner, greener future is within our reach. Your donation today can help us bring the vision we share a little closer to reality.Environment America, Inc.
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