Tag Archives: conservation

Stop Harming Whales and Start Listening Initiative

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Shutdown Death Tanks
Whales have protested their captivity since 1968. Apparently, people have yet to receive the message with any degree of clarity.

Take Action

Stop Whale Shows

Return Whales to the Ocean

Capitivity is Not Living Freely – Release Whales

Free Captive Whales at SeaWorld

Stop Imprisoning Endangered Water Animals

Captivity is Not Humane It is Cruel

NOAA Stop Allowing Endangered Whales as Aquarium Attractions

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Enforce Environmental and Animal Welfare Laws Initiative

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NRDC Says Stop Breaking the Law!
Corporations, lawmakers, and enforcement agencies should be accountable for breaking environmental and animal welfare laws.

Rise Above Destruction

Take Action

Save Beluga Whales From Industrial Attack

Stop Acidifying Our Water

Stop Drilling

Get Shell Out of the Arctic

Protect Endangered Species

Protect the Lacey Act From Corrupt Politics

Apache Alaska Stop Threatening Endangered Whales

Preserve Alaska

Stop Attacking Lawfully Protected Wildlife and Habitats

Preserve the Arctic Circle Initiative

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Is an Oil Spill in the Arctic a Big Deal?
If Shell Oil says they have a plan; why should people question it?

Listen, Learn, Think, and Act

Take Action

Protect Wildlife from Drilling

Declare Arctic as Protected Habitat

Stop Shell Oil!

Arctic Drilling Benefits do NOT Outweigh the Risks

Declare Arctic a Sanctuary

Tell United States to STOP Shell

Drilling in Arctic is Reckless

Protect Polar Bear habitat

Tell Canada to Leave Arctic Alone

Arctic Drilling is Dangerous

Resind Shell’s Drilling Permits

Stop Using Shell

Protect Planet From Corporate Greed

Shell Cannot Be Trusted With Arctic Welfare!

Plant a Flag Declaring the Arctic as a Sanctuary

Preserve Marine Life Initiative

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Can You Live Without the Support of Aquatic Life?
Without a stable marine ecosystem, water is a resource people would have to forgo.

We Can Control What We Can Control – So Why Are We NOT? Profit is Simply a Non-Answer.



Take Action

Stop Killing Dolphins With Sonar

Protect Whales From Sonar

Stop Unnecessary Sonar Use

Stop Seismic Testing

Declare Arctic a Global Sanctuary

Stop Fracking

Stop Off Shore Oil Drilling

Stop Oil Drilling in South Pacific

Stop Fish Farms in Federally Protected Waters

Protect Sea Lion From Fish Farms

Stop Dumping Chemicals in the Great Barrier Reef

Save the Worlds Coral Reefs

Stop Overfishing policies in Canada

Stop Japan’s Illegal Whale Hunts

Clean Water is a Right Not a Privilege

Stop Planetary Deforestation Initiative

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Google Earth Helps People Save Rainforest Animals
A tool that enables people to answer the eternal question, “How can I help rejuvenate the planet and protect its animals?” The answer is found by utilizing interactive knowledge; from which ideas are born.

Listen, Learn, Grow, and Act

Willie Smits has found a way to regrow clearcut rainforest in Indonesia, saving local orangutans while creating a blueprint for restoring fragile ecosystems and economic hardships.

Productive Thought
Imagine how many jobs would be created if we setout to correct the damage our species has inflicted upon the planet. Talk about long-term stable employment with a positive outcome!

Take Action to Save Rainforests

Tell Parliament to Support Actions That Stop Deforestation

Tell Companies to Leave The Rainforest Alone

Defend Endangered Species

Stop Killing Kenya Forests

Stop Illegal Deforestation in Cambodia

Tell the Girl Scouts to Stop Using Palm Oil in Cookies

Tell Obama to Help Stop Deforestation

Tell Norway to Stop Supporting Rainforest Destruction

Stop Clear Cutting Rainforest

Stop Logging in the Amazon Rainforest

Tell South America to Stop Deforestation

Tell Ecuador to Stop Killing the Rainforest

Tell Ecuador to Stop Drilling for Oil in the Rainforest

Save the Amazon Rainforest

Tell KFC to Stop Using Indonesian Rainforest Fiber for Throw Away Packaging

Protect the Panda’s Forest

Increase Environmental Education

Tell Australia to Label Palm Oil Products

Tell Indonesia to Save Tripa Peat Swamp

Help Ngobe Protect Rainforest

Stop Fires in Orangutan Forests

Help Orangutans

Stop European Energy From Destroying Columbia Rainforest

Tell Peru to Protect Rainforest

Stop Biomass Power From Destroying Forests

Leave Madagascar’s Rainforest Alone

Stop Using Palm Oil

Cease Whaling Initiative

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Ningen: Guardians of Cetaceans
Is the Ningen a mysterious deep-water creature or a psychological manifestation to invoke humanitarianism?

Take Action

Tell Japan to Stop Killing Whales

Demand No Tolerance Policy on Whaling

Tell Japan to Stop Serving Whale Meat

Boycott Japan Products Until They Stop Whale Slaughter

Tell Faeroe Islands to Stop Whaling

Stop Japan From Using Tsunami Funds for Whale Hunting

Stop Supporting Japan Until Whale Hunting Ceases

Make the Difference Stop Japanese Whaling

IWC Take Strong Action to Stop Whaling

Save the Whales

We Are Tired Of Empty Campaign Promises

Protect Antarctic Animals From Industrialization Initiative

The guardians of Antarctic are industrialized nations whose primary focus is depleting Earth of all of its natural resources as quickly as possible, regardless of the consequences. This global protection tactic is as nonsensical as asking a serial killer to watch a child.

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Antarctic Animals and Environmental Awareness

The Miracle of Earth’s Poles




Take Action

End Whaling in Antarctica

Protect Antarctica

Preserve Antarctica

Ask Greenpeace to Step Up and Step In for Antarctic Animal Safety

Join the AOA Watch and Sign Petition


Knowledge is Key to Conservation: Learn These Resources

Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR)Board Member Contacts by Country

Map of Antarctic Waters

Stop Tar Sands and Keystone Expansion

Humankind’s need for fossil fuel will always trump the safety and welfare of animals so long as there are no other viable energy resource options utilized.

Main Article: Keystone Pipeline and Animal Viability

Petitions For A Call To Action:
No New Tar Sand Extractions
No Keystone Pipeline
Save Birds From Keystone Pipeline
Against Keystone Production
Stop Climate Killer Pipeline
Cease Keystone Expansion
Stop Tar Sand Oil Extraction
Tell TransCanada To Stop Destroying The Earth
Tell Congress To Listen To The Majority
Stop The Destruction Of Wildlife For Energy
Save America’s Heartland
America Stop Destroying Animal Habitats For Oil
Reject Canada’s Keystone Proposal
Canada Stop Destroying Animal Habitats For Oil
Tell Oprah To Stop Promoting Tar Sand oil Production
Ophrah The Environment Is More Important Than Your Bottom Line
Unite To Stop Oil Misuse
Preserve Nature Cease Oil Misuse
Tell President Obama To Consider Future Generations
Keep Oil In The Ground Where It Belongs
Stop Destructive Oil Dependency
Let Prime Minister of Canada Here The Voice of The Majority
Help Europe Ban Tar Sands
Tell House of Representatives NO to Keystone Proposal

Enlightening Information and Action:
James Hansen’s Bio
For a clearer understanding of his professional career and lengthy accolades throughout planetary fields.

Canadian Sit-in
On September 26, 2011 there is a Sit-in protest scheduled to tell the Canadian government to stop exploiting finite resources and cease Tar Sands production.

Nobel Peace Laureates Urge Cessation Of Keystone Pipeline
The Laureates eloquently speak to the irreversible damage a single oil spill to the Heartland area will produce.

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Stop Whaling In Iceland Initiative

A critical area to keep a watch on for whale decimation due to human hunting is Iceland and with closed-minded people with short-term thinking in official government capacities concern is merited.

Article associated with initiative: Whaling in Iceland

Petitions For A Call To Action:

Stop Killing Whales For Short-term Commercial Gains
This Petition Closes August 31, 2011

Global Ban on Whaling

Stop Wholesaling Whale Meat

Enforce Whaling Moratorium

Cease Whaling Commercialism

Implement Trade Embargo For Whaling Violations

Impose Sanctions On Iceland For Whaling Practices

Stop Commercial Whaling in Iceland

Support Whale Watching

Whales Are Worth More Alive To The Human Economy

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Stop Snapperfest

Indiana is home to an annual gathering where adults train America’s youth to become desensitized towards respecting life through animal torture and death. This activity was a shared interest by such notables as Edward Gein, Theodore Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, and Indiana native James Warren Jones.

Read Further: Stop Snapperfest

Petitions to Sign:
Stop Snapperfest Now

Stop Teaching Torture

Ban Barbarity of Snapperfest

Stop Inhumane Conduct in Indiana

Contact Parties of Interest:
Connie J. Brown
President of Ohio County Commissioner
Email: yvonnewalton@hotmail.com
Phone: 812-438-4624

Shane Koons
Ohio County Commissioner
Email: dkoons@dch.org
Phone: 812-584-0378

Douglas Baker
Ohio County Council Member President
Email: rsbakes@yahoo.com
Phone: 812-438-2062

Connie Smith
Ohio County Auditor
Email: ohioctyauditor1@earthlink.net
Phone: 812-438-2062

Todd Walton
Ohio County Commissioner
Email: twalton@cinergy.com
Phone: Phone: 812-438-2062

The Campshore Campground
Phone: 812-438-2135
Email: info@campshorecampground.com

Feel free to send your comments along with the below Indiana Statutes to remind them this gathering violates established Indiana Animal Cruelty Laws.

35-46-3-12 Beating Vertebrate Animal
Sec. 12.

(b) A person who knowingly or intentionally beats a vertebrate animal commits cruelty to an animal, a Class A misdemeanor. However, the offense is a Class D felony if:

(1) the person has a previous, unrelated conviction under this section; or

(2) the person committed the offense with the intent to threaten, intimidate, coerce, harass, or terrorize a family or household member.

(c) A person who knowingly or intentionally tortures or mutilates a vertebrate animal commits torturing or mutilating a vertebrate animal, a Class D felony.

The law mandates the following corrective actions for these types of offenses.

(f) When a court imposes a sentence or enters a dispositional decree under this section, the court:

(1) shall consider requiring:

(A) a person convicted of an offense under this section; or

(B) a child adjudicated a delinquent child for committing an act that would be a crime under this section if committed by an adult; to receive psychological, behavioral, or other counseling as a part of the sentence or dispositional decree; and

(2) may order an individual described in subdivision (1) to receive psychological, behavioral, or other counseling as a part of the sentence or dispositional decree.

CREDIT(S)
As added by P.L.193-1987, SEC.15. Amended by P.L.41-1998, SEC.2; P.L.132-2002, SEC.1; P.L.7-2007, SEC.1; P.L.171-2007, SEC.10; P.L.111-2009, SEC.14.

35-46-3-10 Attendance at Fighting Contest
Sec. 10.

A person who knowingly or intentionally attends a fighting contest involving animals commits cruelty to an animal, a Class A misdemeanor. However, except for a conviction under section 1 of this chapter, the offense is a Class D felony if the person has a prior unrelated conviction under this chapter.

CREDIT(S)
As added by P.L.193-1987, SEC.13. Amended by P.L.111-2009, SEC.13.

35-46-3-9 Promotion, Use of Animals or Attendance With Animal at Animal Fighting Contest
Sec. 9.

A person who knowingly or intentionally:

(1) promotes or stages an animal fighting contest;

(2) uses an animal in a fighting contest; or

(3) attends an animal fighting contest having an animal in the person’s possession; commits a Class D felony.

CREDIT(S)
As added by P.L.193-1987, SEC.12.

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