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From @racingextinction : Wolves still need your help.Senate Bill 1211 is allowing the slaughter of 90% of Idaho’s 1,500 wolves effective July 1. The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is seeking public comment on regulations to allow wolves to be killed with traps, snares, dogs, and in dens along with pups.Head to the link in my bio to take action. It takes less than a minute and the deadline is June 13.Photo by @hannah_gabrielson #RacingExtinction @ProjectCoyoteOrg
From @nowthispolitics and @emersoncollective : ‘Gerrymandering is a threat to our democracy' — With congressional districts set to be redrawn later this year, these activists are banding together to stop gerrymandering in their community. #politics #justice #pennsylvania #democracy
Please watch and share this new documentary from @DavidAttenborough on @Netflix . I also interviewed Johan Rockstrom for my own documentary #BeforetheFlood 5 years ago, and he was able to articulate the science around the interconnected climate and biodiversity crises better than anyone. Attenborough’s incredible documentary puts everything into perspective, not just the way we impact our planet, but more specifically the way we can solve our environmental crises. It is an incredible journey into the science of our living planet. This may be the best and most comprehensive narrative yet.@Rewild #ClimateChange #ClimateCrisis #BreakingBoundaries
From @oceana : The U.S. Senate passed the Shark Fin Sales Elimination Act (S. 1106) — a bill that would ban the buying and selling of shark fins in the United States — as part of a broader legislative package known as the United States Innovation and Competition Act (S. 1260). This brings us one step closer to removing the U.S. from the shark fin trade.Global oceanic shark and ray populations have declined by more than 70% over the last 50 years, with overfishing as the primary cause, according to a study published in Nature earlier this year. The demand for shark fins incentivizes overfishing and shark finning.We now turn our attention to the U.S. House of Representatives. Tell your Representative to pass a #FinBanNow using the link in @oceana ’s bio! We're so close for sharks and our oceans. #sharks #oceans #WorldOceansDay #conservation #environment
Good news from #WorldOceansDay yesterday: #Hawaii Governor David Ige (@GovHawaii ) signed House Bill 553 to create a sanctuary for sharks within Hawaii’s state waters. With shark populations declining globally and 3/4 of all shark species possibly facing extinction, this bill is critical to ocean health and resiliency. 🦈 @gabbardaloha@rewild@forthefishes 📷: @kaikea.nakachi
The wilds of mainland #Australia are experiencing a special kind of baby boom—one that hasn’t happened there in more than 3,000 years. @AussieArk , in partnership with @Rewild and @wild.ark , are celebrating the birth of 7 Tasmanian Devil joeys born to adults released last year into a 400-hectare (1,000 acres) wild sanctuary for the first time ever. Tasmanian Devils vanished entirely from mainland Australia in large part because they were outcompeted by introduced Dingoes, which hunt in packs. Dingoes never made it to Tasmania, but across the island state, a transmissible, painful and fatal disease called Devil Facial Tumor Disease—the only known contagious cancer—decimated up to 90 percent of the wild population of Tasmanian Devils. Just 25,000 devils are left in the wild of Tasmania today. These little devils are giving us hope not only for the future of their species, but for the future of Australia’s ecosystems.
The Kichwa people’s lawsuit over Ecuador’s biggest oil spill in a decade is headed to the country’s highest court.Indigenous communities’ tireless fight for #JusticeForTheAmazon now hits the steps of Ecuador’s Constitutional (Supreme) Court with an opportunity to set a national precedent and reverse the lower courts’ ruling that reinforced a decades-long legacy of impunity for Ecuador’s oil industry to pollute the Amazon without consequence, and more importantly without remediating the region’s fragile ecosystems or repairing the damage done to Indigenous communities.In a time of climate crisis, accelerating biodiversity and species loss, and growing unrest due to environmental racism and systemic discrimination against Indigenous people and People of Color, the @cconstitucionalecu has a tremendous opportunity to set an example in Ecuador and worldwide. What happens in the Amazon matters everywhere, and the world will be watching for the outcome of this case.They need our help. Sign this letter to the Court to ensure the judges hear our global call for justice and the #RightsofNature ➡️ bitly.com/JusticeForAmazon (link in bio)@coica_amazonia_oficial@Conaie@Confeniae@AmazonFrontlines
One of the most biologically diverse and spectacular places on the planet—the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s @virunganationalpark —is facing another hardship in an already challenging year. This past weekend’s eruption of Mount Nyirangongo cut off roads to popular tourist destinations within the park just ahead of tourism season, threatening a critical loss of revenue for the park and its efforts to protect and restore wildlife and ecosystems.You can help. Make a donation today to the Virunga Fund, a partnership that includes @rewild and @eu_partnerships , to ensure the park can continue this important work, in addition to helping ensure the safety and security of local communities. 100% of your donations will go toward Virunga’s rangers and the necessary operational costs. See link in bio. Photo: Mount Nyirangongo eruption from a previous year. (Photo courtesy of Virunga National Park)
Meet Fern the Fernandina Giant Tortoise, who, according to a recent analysis by @yale led by Dr. Gisella Caccone, is a genetic match with the only individual Fernandina Giant Tortoise ever found- in 1906! This news comes a week after @rewild announced a bold initiative with key partners to protect and rewild the Galápagos and beyond. Fern was found during a 2019 expedition to Fernandina Island led by @parquegalapagos and @galapagosconservancy . When the expedition team found Fern in 2019, she was on the flank of a volcano, tucked deep inside a shrub complex. The main question the team had to answer was whether she was, in fact, the possibly extinct Fernandina Giant Tortoise or another species. Now that the mystery is solved, Re:wild and Galapagos Conservancy are working to join efforts by the Galápagos National Park to support further expeditions.Supporters of the genetic analysis include Re:wild, @turtleconservancy , @mbzfund and Galapagos Conservancy. #conservationoptimism #rewild #rewildourworld #earthoptimism #lostspeciesfoundPhoto: © Lucas Bustamante (@luksth )
The For the People Act is exactly that. For the people. For the people who believe in democracy. For the people who believe in hearing all voices. For the people who believe that voting should be easy, accessible and convenient to ALL. Visit go2vote.org (link in bio) to #CallOutYourSenators and tell them you want them to vote YES on the #ForThePeopleAct. We are all in this together.
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