Habitats and Wildlife in Danger (Protecting Our Planet) ebook
by Sarah Levete
Protecting Our Planet (Paperback).
This fascinating book uses real-life examples to explore the destruction of habitats and their wildlife and the ways in which people can reduce their impact on these homes in nature. Habitats and Wildlife in Danger. Protecting Our Planet (Paperback). Crabtree Publishing Company.
Start by marking Habitats and Wildlife in Danger as Want to Read . This fascinating book uses real-life examples to explore the destruction of habitats and their wildlife and the ways in which people can reduce their impact on these homes in nature.
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The books look at our interaction with the planet and the interrelationship between humankind and the physical .
Protecting wildlife for a healthy planet
Protecting wildlife for a healthy planet. WWF works in unity with many to achieve lasting conservation results. Together, we can protect and restore species and their habitats. Give a gift that will help protect the future of nature. Make a symbolic adoption in support of WWF's global efforts. We protect wildlife because they inspire us. But we also focus our efforts on those species-like tigers, rhinos, whales and marine turtles-whose protection influences and supports the survival of other species or offers the opportunity to protect whole landscapes or marine areas.
his little book-a planet under stress, Plan B has been . Protecting them protects a lot of vital species. They may themselves be vital, but the important issue that they will provide a blanket protection to many other vital groups.
Protecting them protects a lot of vital species.
protect wild animals because the role they play in human lives is very significant. Destruction, fragmentation, pollution and degradation of habitat puts the survival of wild animals in danger. We all depend on healthy ecosystems to purify our environment. Here are several reasons why wild animals need our help: Climate Change. With the raise of temperature, hot days become hotter, floods and hurricanes stronger. There is always a danger, that if too many individuals of a species are taken from their natural environment, the species may no longer be able to survive.
Protecting our ecosystems, wildlife habitats and a compassionate approach to. animal welfare, An international approach - support internationally agreed, universal standards of. regulation of emissions and pollution. regulation of emissions and pollution George Osborne said the Government is going all out for fracking and has recently introduced regulation that would allow fracking in national parks and through aquifers, risking contaminating the water we drink.
Major threats to wildlife include habitat ion/fragmentation, overexploitation, poaching, pollution and climate change. The IUCN estimates that 27,000 species of the ones assessed are at risk for extinction. Expanding to all existing species, a 2019 UN report on biodiversity put this estimate even higher at a million species.