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Helping Rhinos 🦏 Sep 23
EXTINCTION: Hopefully the ground-swell of support that sprang from Sir David Attenborough's latest show will translate into action. Hopefully we are now ready to listen.
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Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) 14h
Meet J38 “Cookie”, a member of the Southern Resident orca community. Their survival depends on restoring salmon populations. WDC North America are campaigning hard for Congressional leaders to protect these beautiful beings from .
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cynthia w Nelson 2h
BC wildlife in ! Caribou, Salmon & shooting wolves, baby moose! Sad to see grizzlies starving, Spending 7 months of the yr out in the territory, u can really see that there is an impact, not only in our territory but in others.
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jenny martin 10h
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World Association Zoos & Aquariums 15h
Global wildlife populations have fallen by an average of 68% in just over four decades. Zoos & aquariums work every day to save species from . Here are just a few examples of species which exist today because of zoos.🐾
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Manya G. 3m
on UN summit: "It sounds brutal to say that these meetings are a total waste of time. But this is a generous assessment. By creating a false impression of progress ...these summits are a means not of accelerating action but thwarting it."
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ZSL Whipsnade Zoo 24m
Our vital work is being put at risk - find out why: As a charity, we really need your help so we can continue to care for and protect wildlife from . Please support us if you can: Thank you ❤️
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Environmental Investigation Agency 23h
40% of world’s species at risk of , finds new report led by
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tadzio_mueller Sep 30
Didn't "world leaders" *just* pledge to embrace sustainable economic systems (aka abolish ) & save the natural world? You better hurry. "2 in 5 of the world’s plant species are at risk of b/c of the destruction of the natural world."
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XR Farnham ⧖ 11h
40% of world’s plant species at risk of extinction 40% of world’s plant species at risk of extinction
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KNOT (Toolangi) 6h
Join the plushie protest Greater Gliders have lost 80% of their habitat in the last 20 years
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Matthew Rimmer 49m
David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet review – stark climate emergency warning
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Marco Lambertini 13h
rarely feature in reports & discussions on . Yet 40% of world’s plant species at risk of extinction ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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ecotone🧙‍♂️ 8h
We have to get out of the biblical mindset that the almighty put everything on this planet for our use and abuse! People need to understand that we owe our very survival (USE) to ALL parts of the planet’s ecosystem INCLUDING other species....NOT MONEY...simple! 🤔🤷‍♂️🧙‍♂️
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Environmental Justice Foundation 15h
Two out of every five plant and fungi species are at risk of . As well as the damage being done directly to and the natural world, humans depend on many of these species. Full report from :
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Street Thought's Sep 27
Indonesia's Komodo dragon now joins the extinction list. According to reports, the Indonesian government is making a lot of efforts to protect them from danger but it is very less.
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Jodie Oliver 4h
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The Primeval Site Sep 29
Back from ... 11 years ago today, it was officially announced that had been revived for a 4th and 5th series. Here is an old interview with executive producer Tim Haines from 2009 speaking about how Primeval returned:
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Michelle MacEwan 7h
crisis: World leaders say it is time to act
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Plants People Planet 🌱👥🌐 20h
We face unparalleled challenges, from the possibility of future to habitat destruction, and . Our special issue shows how we can work with and for a better future 👇
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