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Daily Voice : Sign On to Stop Wildlife Crime
« Reply #176 on: December 27, 2013, 01:03:01 PM »
Sign On to Stop Wildlife Crime

On his recent visit to Africa, President Obama recognized that â??the entire world has a stake in making sure that we preserve Africa's beauty for future generationsâ? and committed major support for stopping wildlife trafficking globally and in the United States.



African and Asian countries are reeling under a poaching crisis. Ruthless criminal networks are plundering the wild to supply skyrocketing demand for illegal ivory, rhino horn and tiger parts. Not only is wildlife crime the most immediate threat to wild elephants, tigers and rhinos, it has a strong connection to regional conflicts, national security and even terrorism.



WWF is urging governmentsâ??particularly those of demand countries such as China, Vietnam, Thailand and the U.S.â??to strengthen law enforcement, invest in more boots on the ground and commit to long-term demand reduction efforts. But we also need your support to stop demand for illegal wildlife parts and products. Pledge to stop wildlife crime and commit to preserving natureâ??s beauty for future generations.
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Daily Voice : Ask the UN to Protect Our Privacy Online.
« Reply #177 on: December 28, 2013, 01:01:22 PM »
Ask the UN to Protect Our Privacy Online.

The United States and key allies are working to weaken rights that protect citizens against unlawful surveillance. And human rights groups want the United Nations to do something about it.

Germany and Brazil, alleged targets of US eavesdropping, have drafted a resolution that has remained mostly intact despite attempts by the “Five Eyes”  - the US, Canada, New Zealand, Britain and Australia - to water it down.

Though there was a compromise in language, the resolution still contends that surveillance, especially conducted on a mass scale, can have “negative impact” on the “enjoyment of human rights.”

The group, which includes Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, is asking the UN’s human rights chief to report to the Human Rights Council and the General Assembly on these concerns, and the group believes the issue will receive international support.

The UN is expected to vote on the resolution next week. Ask the UN to protect our privacy online!


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Daily Voice : Let's Move the United Nations to Protect Animals
« Reply #178 on: December 29, 2013, 01:14:05 PM »
Let's Move the United Nations to Protect Animals

Millions of people rely on animals for survival and companionship. Scientists and animal behavior experts agree that animals experience pain and suffering. Despite this, animals are not yet protected worldwide. We have the opportunity to create change.



A United Nations (UN) World Animal Day is an opportunity to get animal protection onto the agenda of all 193 member states and celebrate the intrinsic relationship that exists between animals and humans worldwide.



At WSPA, we believe that animals have a right to live free from suffering and cruelty and we have a duty to protect them.



Tell us why animals are important to you and together we can move the UN to get animal protection onto the global agenda.
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Daily Voice : Save the Red Belly Toad
« Reply #179 on: December 30, 2013, 01:00:47 PM »
Save the Red Belly Toad

The red belly toad is one of the most endangered amphibians in the world, restricted to one tiny corner of the Brazilian forest.


The toads’ total range extends just a few hundred metres, making the species extremely vulnerable to any disturbance. Disturbance is, however, exactly what is going to happen if plans for another hydroelectric project go ahead.


Officials have granted permission for a small hydroelectric plant in the vicinity, which would involve a dam just a short distance upstream from the toad’s habitat.


The plant wouldn’t produce much electricity, but it almost certainly would spell the end for the red belly toad. This animal is uniquely adapted to its habitat, including current water levels, which would be drastically changed by the project.


In terms of conservation, this site is one of the worst possible for such a dam. Brazil’s wildlife is already under immense threat and once a species has gone, it won’t come back.


Ask that Brazil not let one of its rarest animals disappear for the sake of convenience.


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Daily Voice : All Women Deserve Reproductive Freedom, Regardless of Income!
« Reply #180 on: December 31, 2013, 01:03:08 PM »
All Women Deserve Reproductive Freedom, Regardless of Income!

When a woman does not have safe and affordable reproductive health care and abortion access, it puts her personal liberty, her health, and too often her life in danger.

Yet despite the Supreme Court's ruling in Roe v. Wade that every woman has the right make her own decision about abortion, lawmakers have still put up barriers like the Hyde Amendment, which bans on abortion coverage in Medicaid.

By withholding coverage of abortion, the Hyde Amendment denies federal workers, military personnel, Native American women, low-income women, and others equitable access to abortion.

What's more, in representing only one, narrow view on abortion, the Hyde Amendment violates the religious liberty of those who beliefs and values support a woman's right to reproductive freedom.

We can't sit idly by while women's health and personal freedom are under attack.

Send a message to your representative today: It's time to end the Hyde Amendment and similar bans that restrict women's individual and religious liberty when it comes to their own reproductive health.
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Daily Voice : Tell Congress To Fight Wildlife Trafficking
« Reply #181 on: January 01, 2014, 01:03:35 PM »
Tell Congress To Fight Wildlife Trafficking

The elephant and rhino poaching crisis in Africa and Asia has reached crisis levels in the last several years. In 2012 alone, about 30,000 African elephants were killed for their tusks, and a record number of rhinos -- 668 -- were killed in South Africa alone, which is a 5,000% increase in just five years.



This growing poaching crisis is not only putting at risk populations of these animals in the wild; the criminal trade associated with it also has staggering human costs. More than 1,000 wildlife rangers have been killed in the last decade by poachers, and the illegal killing of wildlife and trafficking of ivory, rhino horn and other wildlife products are exacerbating corruption, destabilizing rural communities, and undermining tourism-based economies in several African countries.



The United States government can make a huge difference for elephants, rhinos and other trafficked species if it takes strong and urgent action.



Ask your members of Congress to support new and enhanced efforts to help stop these animals from being killed, crack down on the criminal networks behind the slaughter, and crush the demand for illegal wildlife products, including ivory. Sign the petition now!
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Daily Voice : Stop Sea Turtle Farming
« Reply #182 on: January 02, 2014, 01:10:56 PM »
Stop Sea Turtle Farming

Sea turtles crushed, stressed and diseased. Living with open wounds in waste-filled waters. Welcome to the Cayman Turtle Farm.



Life in these tanks is a living hell for the naturally solitary sea turtle.They are so stressed they turn on each other, biting and maiming.



In-breeding at the farm is a major problem. Some turtles are even born without eyes.



This horror is all in pursuit of profit. While a few lucky sea turtles are released, far more will be slaughtered and sold as steaks or burgers.



Recently, the Cayman Turtle Farm admitted that it should not be releasing its farmed turtles into the wild without putting the animals through a more vigorous quarantine and health screening process. While this has delivered a blow to the release operation, we still need to ensure that the farm no longer breeds these animals for their meat.



Sign now to end this nightmare.
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Daily Voice : Australia: Only Action Will Stop Japanese Whaling, Not Just Talk
« Reply #183 on: January 03, 2014, 01:01:16 PM »
Australia: Only Action Will Stop Japanese Whaling, Not Just Talk

Each year, the Japanese whaling fleet leaves harbor on its "scientific" mission. The goal: Kill close to 1,000 whales in the Southern Ocean for "research." But the truth is, there isn't much scientific research going on during these operations. Instead, whalers use research as a loophole to hunt whales for meat and profit, some argue, in violation of international law.



Japan's whaling fleet took off in late December and plans to hunt for the next three months, potentially without much interference by aggressive conservationist groups who are under a U.S. court order to stay away from whaling ships.



Australia has been a vocal opponent of Japan's dubious whaling operations, but this year, officials declined to send a customs vessel to monitor whaling and protect people and wildlife from any conflicts that take place.



Tell the Australian Prime Minister that talk isn't enough and demand a customs vessel be dispatched to monitor sham Japanese whaling.
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