Archive for March, 2012

Bangladesh Declares Dolphin Sanctuaries

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

The Ganges River Dolphin and the Irrawaddy Dolphin have been given a chance for a better come back thanks to The Government of Bangladesh & The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)says Science Codex. These are the last remaining freshwater dolphins in Asia and they are threatened due to fatal entanglements in fishing gear.

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End Big Oil Bailouts!

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

Join the President in ending these bailouts! Every year Congress hands out billions of dollars in subsidies to the fossil fuel industry. President Obama’s budget eliminates these handouts and reduces our national debt by $41 billion!!!! over the next 10 years while also improving the environment and public health.

Take Action here!

Largest Living Animal Makes A Comeback!

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

The Antarctic Blue Whale is thought to be the largest oldest living animal. The numbers are on an increase due partially from the animal being protected from commercial hunting in 1966, claims an article written in “Environmental Protction“.

This just proves how important it is to do our part to help these animals survive while others continue to destroy. Our efforts matter and they do make a difference.

200 Endangered Elephants Killed!

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012
African Elephant - Photo Credit: USFWS

200 of these killed within the last 5 weeks!

200 endangered elephants have been killed for their tusks in Cameroon Africa. In the last 5 weeks, this area of Africa poses the greatest danger for these elephants in the world, leaving behind many orphans. Poachers must be stopped!

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