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Daily Voice : Stop Permits for Live Exports from Australia
« Reply #488 on: November 09, 2014, 08:01:09 PM »
Stop Permits for Live Exports from Australia

Hundreds of thousands of Australian animals are exported live and slaughtered in the Middle East during a sacrifice festival, Eid-al-Adha.

Live Export Investigation 2010 (video)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0Vmx0n6QYg


In a landmark animal cruelty trial, a Perth magistrate ruled that Australia's live export industry is cruel. Magistrate Catherine Crawford found the charge of transporting animals in a manner likely to cause them unnecessary harm proven beyond reasonable doubt. Yet permits for live export continue to be issued.

We ask you to uphold your word to protect animals from cruelty and END LIVE EXPORTS.


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The Hon. Tony Abbott
 PO Box 6022
 House of Representatives
 Parliament House
 Canberra ACT 2600
Phone: 02 6277 7700
Fax: 02 6273 4100
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Daily Voice : Congress: Don't Neglect Homeless Kids
« Reply #489 on: November 10, 2014, 08:01:07 PM »
Congress: Don't Neglect Homeless Kids

The numbers are staggering—approximately 550,000 American kids spend over a week on the streets each year... homeless. Many of them are running away from abusive family members or abandoned by parents who refuse to accept them for who they are.



For decades, the Runaway and Homeless Youth Act (RYHA) has helped get these innocent kids off the streets, providing them with basic food and shelter and assisting them in finding long-term housing.



Today, it remains the only federal law that provides these vital services specifically to homeless kids.



This year, the RYHA has been strengthened to better serve today's homeless youth—including special protections against discrimination and exploitation. The updated legislation is before Congress right now, and we need your help to ensure its passage.



These kids have been through enough already. We can't leave them out on the cold, dangerous streets... where they are easy prey for child traffickers and others looking to take advantage of their vulnerability.



Send a message to your Senators today to stand up for homeless youth and reauthorize the Runaway and Homeless Youth Trafficking Prevention Act.

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Daily Voice : Tell Vietnam Airlines- Stop Transporting Research Primates
« Reply #490 on: November 12, 2014, 12:00:15 AM »
Tell Vietnam Airlines- Stop Transporting Research Primates

Thousands of monkeys originating in countries such as Vietnam, Mauritius, China, Cambodia and Barbados as transported to the USA to research laboratories to suffer cruel and inhumane experiments. In 2010, nearly 23,000 nonhuman primates destined for research laboratories were bought into the United States.


Some are ripped from their family groups, and others are captive bred in cramped, inhumane monkey farms. They are packed into small wooden crates and travel as cargo on passenger airlines where they can endure inadequate ventilation, noise, temperature fluctuations and delays en route as they are shipped on extremely long journey, and traumatized are before they even reach their final destination where they are tortured for research experiments.


Tell Vietnam Airlines to stop cruel transportion of research primates.


Send a message to Vietnam Airlines at [email protected] and call the office closest to you. (You can find contact details here.)


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Daily Voice : Pledge to Eat More Organic
« Reply #491 on: November 13, 2014, 12:00:17 AM »
Pledge to Eat More Organic

Eating organic foods is a delicious, nutritious way to make a BIG difference — and it's actually really easy to do. There are lots of yummy ways you can add a little more organic to your day.



Here are some easy ways to get started:

- Replace one conventional food item with an organic offering at every meal.

- Buy at least one organic item every time you shop.



It's especially important to choose organic for the staples you eat all the time, like bread. Many conventional breads have GMOs, synthetic preservatives, artificial sweeteners and dough conditioners such as azodicarbonamide, but not Rudi's Organic Bakery®. We've been baking on the bright side in small batches since 1976 using simple, organic ingredients. The more you support organic companies, the more all "the other guys" will take notice and start cleaning up their acts (and ingredient labels). See? BIG difference.



Start today: Commit to eating more organic and let's all work toward a tasty change.
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India - Stop Vengeful Villagers & Farmers From Using Pesticides to Kill all the Big Cats

Please sign and share this petition in an effort to save big wild cats from demise due to the use of pesticides in India.  Conservationists state that these large cats in the western Tami Nadu are at danger from poisonous pesticides by vengeful villages, affecting the survival and endangerment of many of these species of wild cats.  Something needs to be done regarding the types of pesticides used so that the big cats are not subjected to such a death by an irate villager or farmer.


The problem in western Tami Nadu is that villagers and farmers are concerned about their cattle.  If a cow is lost due to a wild animal, the farmers lace the carcasses with pesticides in order to kill the predators.  Just recently in the Tiger Reserve, a tiger and leopard both lost their lives to this type of poisoning.  A District Forest Officer stated "Old tigers and leopards which grow weak and are unable to hunt, may take to killing cattle bred by villagers abutting forest boundaries. The villagers get infuriated over losing their cattle which is their main source of livelihood and tend to take revenge by killing them. They poison the carcass with insecticide and when the big cat comes to eat its kill, it dies instantly."            


Conservationists and animal activists are perturbed over the rising incidence of poisoning of big cats. They want the forest department to take stern action to curb such tiger killing. It is not enough if poachers are kept at bay, poisoning villagers should also be sternly dealt with in the same manner. Often times, poaching is also a result of poisoning the animals. While tiger mortality has come down across India with 47 incidents so far this year as against 63 last year and 72 the previous year, it has increased manifold in Tamil Nadu, worrying wild life conservationists.


Yes, the villagers and farmers should be dealt with in the same manner as those caught poaching.  Maybe they need to provide better protection for their cattle that will safeguard their existence rather than placing the blame and taking the law into their own hands. Please sign and share this petition in an effort to save big wild cats from demise due to the use of pesticides in India.  Conservationists state that these large cats in the western Tami Nadu are at danger from poisonous pesticides by vengeful villages, affecting the survival and endangerment of many of these species of wild cats.  Something needs to be done regarding the types of pesticides used so that the big cats are not subjected to such a death by an irate villager or farmer.


 



 


 


 


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Help save the rare animals and forests of Woodlark Island from logging companies

Woodlark Island, also known as Muyua Island, is an unspoilt tropical paradise located near Papua New Guinea in the South Pacific Ocean.


Woodlark is home to an ecosystem shared for thousands of years between tribal peoples and a myriad of rare, endangered, and endemic species.


However, the pristine forests of Woodlark are now under threat having become the target of a logging company, Karridale Limited, which plans to cut down more than half the trees on the island.


The forests of Woodlark are home to countless wildlife – to date, scientists have identified at least 42 species found no-where else in the world.


The most well-known of these is the Woodlark cuscus – a tree-dwelling marsupial found across Papua New Guinea, Australia, and neighbouring islands. The other 41 species include seven frogs, four reptiles, seven plants, four insects and 19 land snails.


Karridale Limited has already arrived on the island, having built a logging camp as it awaits final approval. However, logging half of Woodlark’s forests will wipe out a huge percentage of the habitat available to the island’s unique plants and animals – it should not be allowed to go ahead.


Please sign and share the petition to help save the rare animals and forests of Woodlark Island from logging companies


 


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Daily Voice : Save Jaguars and Ocelots From Open-pit Mining
« Reply #494 on: November 16, 2014, 12:00:28 AM »
Save Jaguars and Ocelots From Open-pit Mining

In the past few years an endangered ocelot and America's only known jaguar have been repeatedly photographed by wildlife cameras in the Santa Rita Mountains near Tucson, Arizona.



These beautiful cats are thriving in the prime habitat the area provides.
They're intrepid pioneers attempting to reclaim areas where they were wiped out in the past century.



But a proposed open-pit copper mine would destroy their homes, along with a critical movement corridor
that's essential to other cats recolonizing Arizona, their home for thousands of years.



Please take action today to urge the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to uphold the Endangered Species Act and protect these big cats' homes.

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Daily Voice : Stop the Extinction of Sparrows and Skylarks in European Countries
« Reply #495 on: November 17, 2014, 12:00:08 AM »
Stop the Extinction of Sparrows and Skylarks in European Countries

Please sign and share this petition in an effort to stop the endangerment and extinction of many species of birds like the sparrows, starlings and skylarks. Populations of birds throughout Europe have been on the decline drastically for the past 30 years. We need to encourage further scientific studies throughout the country in an effort to determine the cause for the decline in bird populations and save these bird species from extinction.


Currently, studies show that bird populations have decreased by over 420 million numbers in the past 30 years. Because of concerted conservation efforts, some bird species are surviving well while others are facing deep declines, especially the house sparrow, the starling and the skylark. The studies divided the bird groups into the extremely rare to the most common. However, lead author and publisher of these studies at the University of Exeter believes that “the focus up to this point has very much been on conserving rare species. That’s what it should be, in many ways, but the issue there is that if you’re not careful, you can spend all of your conservation dollars on just protecting the rare things."


Many of the issues seems to stem from conservation measures of the specific breeds and are further collaborated in these extensive studies. Species like the skylark will occur in most countries across Europe, with much harder efforts to bring in a rescue measure because it requires the rollout of broad, landscape-scale conservation measures. It has been proven that the most commonly cited reason for this vast decline in bird species is agricultural intensification which has squeezed out areas that birds need for feeding and nesting.


Researches further state that “people have tended to concentrate on farmland, but some of these species that don’t use farmland habitats at all are also declining. It’s a sign of wider scale environmental issues, such as increases in urbanization, and the only way we’re going to protect these widespread species is a more holistic approach to how we manage the environment in general." We need to encourage the scientist and researchers to continue their efforts in finding solutions that will save and protect the many species of birds throughout Europe. I ask that you please sign and share this petition on all your media sites so that we can be successful in saving these birds from extinction.


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