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Michael Moore presents Planet of the Humans, a documentary that dares to say what no one else will this Earth Day — that we are losing the battle to stop climate change on planet earth because we are following leaders who have taken us down the wrong road — selling out the green movement to wealthy interests and corporate America. This film is the wake-up call to the reality we are afraid to face: that in the midst of a human-caused extinction event, the environmental movement’s answer is to push for techno-fixes and band-aids. It’s too little, too late. →
(Collective-Evolution) Water is life, but you wouldn’t know that after witnessing what’s happening around the world. We’re destroying our environment and constantly releasing harmful toxins into the veins of Mother Earth, who can only take so much.
We have the ability and the technology to clean up our water systems and start producing our products and energy in clean green ways, but industry corruption and red-tape prolong the process. At the same time, disease rates are rising at an exponential rate, and it’s clear that multiple factors could be contributing to this, including a lack of access to clean healthy water, on a global scale. →
Some twenty years ago, photographer Aditya Singh resigned from his job in civil services in Delhi and moved to the city of Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan with his wife and artist Poonam so they could be closer to nature. It was there that they started a tourist resort to earn a living.
Over the years, the couple bought about 35 acres bordering the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve on one side. Farmers were selling their land because of predators, including tigers, in the area. →
Read more & video:“Photographer buys land and lets it grow wild, attracts tigers and other animals” (4:06)via— Waking Times
As Australia’s bushfire crisis continues to impact wildlife, aircraft have been deployed to feed thousands of starving wild animals who have been stranded by the blazes.
The government of the hard-hit state of New South Wales (NSW) has begun a campaign of airdrops across scorched regions, delivering thousands of pounds of root veggies —like carrots and sweet potatoes —from choppers flying above in a bid to sate the appetites of hungry colonies of brush-trailed rock wallabies, reportsDaily Mail. →
India’s population of wild tigers is quickly rising after the government put its efforts behind strong conservationist policies defending the country’s wildlife.
A new census from the Indian government shows that the country’s tiger population has grown by about 33 percent since 2014. At present, the country’s wild Bengal tiger population stands at 2,967—mainly due to a ban on hunting and strict implementation of protections. →
Keli was found in the bushfires near death, but made a remarkable recovery, one of many Koala’s who have. He was found at 275g and was also suffering from a dangerous fungal infection. He was taken in by an animal hospital and nursed back to health.
Despite the fact that what is happening is heart-breaking, it’s important to remember what makes us special in a time of great need. Our empathy, our compassion, our love and our desire to change the world and stop disasters.
What’s happening in Australia right now is truly heart-breaking to say the least. Millions of hectares of land have been completely destroyed by the bushfires, and an estimated 1 billion animals have lost their lives. It’s one of the greatest tragedies our planet has ever seen, and events like this seem to be happening more frequently within the past ten years than ever before. Many animals have been left orphaned and without homes.
(True Activist) The ongoing bushfire crisis in Australia has ravaged its plant life and up to 500 million mammals, reptiles and birds – including 8,000 koalas’ lives which could easily devastate the diversity in the country.
With the terrifying outcome of these fires, Australians have stepped up and volunteered, putting their own lives at risk to kill the fires along with the firefighting brigades. They have also donated to animal hospitals and non-profit organizations, working non-stop to lessen the effects of this environmental disaster. →
(Prepare For Change) At a meeting of the Royal Geographic Societyof London, Earthwatch Institute declared bees the most invaluable species on this planet, as reported by The Guardianin 2008. And along with it comes this disturbing piece of news. If the bees were to disappear today, mankind would follow suit very soon! Scientists and wildlife experts have joined bees to the list of species that are doomed to extinction in the near future if humanity does not do something about its most beneficial insects. →