Posted in Animals in the News
Tagged animal life, animal welfare, Clean Water Act, Environment, ewaste, plastic, Pollution, protect environment, recycle, reduce waste, water, water pollution
Australia puts oil profits above the EPBC Act by auctioning off protected water habitats for drilling.
Australia Sells Blue Whale Habitat for Oil Profits
Listen and Think With the Mind of Clarity and Reason
In 3 short years since this cautionary tale, we have abandoned the necessity to protect world water resources by aggressively pumping oil into water to search for more oil to pump out of it. Globally, we need to abandon fossil fuel use. Humanity understood that reality when we started pumping out fossil fuel. We told ourselves it was a stop gap measure and bought the lie. No longer is fossil fuel “cheap energy.” It is costly to our pocketbooks, ecological vitality, and planetary stability.
Many humans walk this Earth as if they are separate from it and that its functionality in no way effects their ability to live. This level of ignorance is dangerous and impedes on the rest of humanities continued survival. The waters, lands, plants, and animals are not owned by us. We are merely passers by.
What we do while we are here not only matters to the survival of the planet but to the human species, which is directly connected to this singular living, breathing planet in the Milky Way system, which we call Earth. We do not have to be the planet’s black plague. We have been given the choice. What a wonderful opportunity. What a wonderful gift. Re-prioritize what it means to live and act accordingly.
Petitions For An Urgent Call To Action:
The number of petitions to stop Australia from destroying the last safe haven for whales from oil drilling companies are dangerously low. Without a strong, constant voice, rest assured Australia will continue to pillage resources for profit. Where are the voices of all the protect whales programs? Why are they quiet?
Protect Blue Whales
Stop Drilling in the Kimberly
Stop Drilling in Rowley Shoals
Stop Oil Drilling in New Zealand
Protect Whales From Oil Drilling
Posted in Animal Care
Tagged Australia, blue whales, clean air, dirty oil, endangered species, fossil fuel, global warming, oil drilling, oil spills, oxygen, plankton, protect environment, protect oceans, save the whales, shell oil, water
Posted in Endangered Species
Tagged alaska, animal extinction, beluga whales, brink of extinction, bristol bay, clean water, cook inlet, cyanide, ecological stability, Endangered Species Act, extinction, habitat conservation, marine life, pebble mine, pike, protect environment, protect wildlife, salmon, save the whales, sulfuric acid, trout, whitefish
Western Australia seeks to protect Humpback whales from the clutches of oil industries that seek to exploit the areas untapped resources.
Read Further: Humpback Whales Threatened by Oil Industry
Posted in Endangered Species
Tagged activism, cetacean mammals, dinosaurs, endangered species, environmental impact, environmentalists, extinction, gas industry, humpback whale, marine life, oil industry, oil refineries, oil spills, outback, protect environment, sanctuary, the kimberly, western australia, whale birthing