The United Nations Environment Programme estimates that there are 46,000 pieces of plastic litter floating in every square mile of ocean. Plastic bags are modern day tumbleweeds that can be seen floating in the sea and across the land. Although the plastics industry is trying to convince
Plastic bags may seem convenient. Unfortunately, however, the majority of plastic bags are used only once and end up in landfills, in our waterways and oceans, or as litter. There are simple steps we can take as consumers to reduce the amount of plastic bags that are wasted every day: Just say "no
VIEW AFRICA CRIES' FILMS and find out why awareness and education is important to STOP the killing of Africa's Wild Life. Through education, you will come to know that there are other solutions than Guns & Bullets to save the endangered wild life. We have an event on the 20th March 2013
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If you sign this petition it will show that we will not tolerate the horrific needless slaughtering of animals outside of our country.
México D.F a 19 de Febrero del 2013 Los Zoológicos de la Ciudad de México Fallan Para la Conservación del Lobo Mexicano al Dejar Morir a Uno de los Ejemplares Más Valiosos Para su Reproducción Lamentablemente, recibimos el día de hoy la noticia por parte de los trabajadores del Zoológico de los