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socialismartnature:

ya heard? 
#FreePalestine
Over one million Palestinians displaced or murdered by Israel since 1948 …

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earthandanimals:

socialismartnature:

ya heard?

#FreePalestine

Over one million Palestinians displaced or murdered by Israel since 1948 …

:(

glittertomb:

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glittertomb:

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motherfukker:

Apollonia Saintclair 511 - L’extatique (The ecstatic)

motherfukker:

Apollonia Saintclair 511 - L’extatique (The ecstatic)


@Carrie_Rachel Smirks. @nlyonne

@Carrie_Rachel Smirks. @nlyonne

rollership:

based-asmek:“Every Time You Spread Nutella on Your Toast, You Are Slapping the Face of a Dying Orangutan!” 
Please, have Compassion, Say No to Nutella or any products that contain Palm Oil. The Impacts of the Deforestation for Palm Oil on Orangutans
:~ Orangutans are the only Asian great ape; they are the largest arboreal (tree dwelling) mammal on earth. The wild population of Bornean orangutans was estimated at 45,000-69,000. There are only approximately 7,300 Sumatran Orangutans remaining; they are amongst the top 25 most endangered primates in the world.~ Orangutans give birth once every 6 -10 years, the longest inter-birth interval of any mammal! (A slow reproductive cycle makes Orangutans extremely vulnerable to extinction).~ After logging rainforest habitat, palm oil companies often use uncontrolled burning to clear the land. In 1997-98 a devastating fire killed almost 8,000 Borneo Orangutans. Orangutans are predicted to be extinct in the wild within the next 20 years or sooner if the rate of deforestation remains unchanged.Indonesia is now in the Guinness Book of World Records for the highest rate deforestation. Of the 44 countries which collectively account for 90% of the worlds forests, the country which pursues the highest annual rate of deforestation is Indonesia with 1.8 million hectares of forest destroyed each year.We have to Say No to Palm Oil Now to Protect the Orangutans and All the Wonderful Variety of Wildlife in Borneo, Sumatra and Papua New Guinea.~ Borneo is home to 13 primate species, 350 bird species, 150 reptiles and amphibians and 15,000 plant species.~Sumatra is home to Sumatran Rhinos, Clouded Leopards, Sumatran Tigers, Asian Tapirs, Sumatran Elephants, and thousands of other species.~ Papua New Guinea harbors the third largest unbroken chain of rainforest in the world. It is home to some 7.5% of Earth’s biodiversity, including 197 species of Frog, 762 species of Bird, and 3000 species of Fish.~ Papua New Guinea’s forests are also home to tiny tree Kangaroos and over one thousand varieties of wild orchids. Many of these are endemic such as the Queen Alexandra Birdwing, the largest Butterfly in the world.Much of Papua New Guinea remains to be surveyed and studied but time is running out as between 5 to 6 million hectares of forests have already been cleared and a further 10.5 million hectares are earmarked as logging concessions. The annual deforestation rate is estimated to be 300,000 hectares but this will increase if oil palm expansion unfolds as planned.Any thanks we can give to Mother Nature can be only through our actions to protect all our animal brothers and sisters of this Earth. Kindle your heart and your sense of Peace, Harmony, Kinship and Fellowship with Nature and All Livings Beings. Follow your Intuition, Open your Heart, make the connection and look behind the curtain to the horrific suffering behind your daily food choices. A new way of eating no longer based on cruelty and exploitation is not only possible but essential. Our true compassionate soul demands it!We owe all animals our deepest apologies. They are defenseless and unable to retaliate. They already have suffered immensely under our domination more than you could ever imagine. But now that you know better, you can act better, live better eat better and give all living beings a true reason for hope. Become a voice for the voiceless. Join in the healing and awakening of our planet. Make the choice now. Don’t buy cruelty!

rollership:

based-asmek:“Every Time You Spread Nutella on Your Toast, You Are Slapping the Face of a Dying Orangutan!” 


Please, have Compassion, Say No to Nutella or any products that contain Palm Oil. 

The Impacts of the Deforestation for Palm Oil on Orangutans

:

~ Orangutans are the only Asian great ape; they are the largest arboreal (tree dwelling) mammal on earth. The wild population of Bornean orangutans was estimated at 45,000-69,000. There are only approximately 7,300 Sumatran Orangutans remaining; they are amongst the top 25 most endangered primates in the world.

~ Orangutans give birth once every 6 -10 years, the longest inter-birth interval of any mammal! (A slow reproductive cycle makes Orangutans extremely vulnerable to extinction).

~ After logging rainforest habitat, palm oil companies often use uncontrolled burning to clear the land. In 1997-98 a devastating fire killed almost 8,000 Borneo Orangutans. Orangutans are predicted to be extinct in the wild within the next 20 years or sooner if the rate of deforestation remains unchanged.

Indonesia is now in the Guinness Book of World Records for the highest rate deforestation. Of the 44 countries which collectively account for 90% of the worlds forests, the country which pursues the highest annual rate of deforestation is Indonesia with 1.8 million hectares of forest destroyed each year.

We have to Say No to Palm Oil Now to Protect the Orangutans and All the Wonderful Variety of Wildlife in Borneo, Sumatra and Papua New Guinea.

~ Borneo is home to 13 primate species, 350 bird species, 150 reptiles and amphibians and 15,000 plant species.

~Sumatra is home to Sumatran Rhinos, Clouded Leopards, Sumatran Tigers, Asian Tapirs, Sumatran Elephants, and thousands of other species.

~ Papua New Guinea harbors the third largest unbroken chain of rainforest in the world. It is home to some 7.5% of Earth’s biodiversity, including 197 species of Frog, 762 species of Bird, and 3000 species of Fish.

~ Papua New Guinea’s forests are also home to tiny tree Kangaroos and over one thousand varieties of wild orchids. Many of these are endemic such as the Queen Alexandra Birdwing, the largest Butterfly in the world.

Much of Papua New Guinea remains to be surveyed and studied but time is running out as between 5 to 6 million hectares of forests have already been cleared and a further 10.5 million hectares are earmarked as logging concessions. The annual deforestation rate is estimated to be 300,000 hectares but this will increase if oil palm expansion unfolds as planned.

Any thanks we can give to Mother Nature can be only through our actions to protect all our animal brothers and sisters of this Earth. 

Kindle your heart and your sense of Peace, Harmony, Kinship and Fellowship with Nature and All Livings Beings. Follow your Intuition, Open your Heart, make the connection and look behind the curtain to the horrific suffering behind your daily food choices. A new way of eating no longer based on cruelty and exploitation is not only possible but essential. Our true compassionate soul demands it!

We owe all animals our deepest apologies. They are defenseless and unable to retaliate. They already have suffered immensely under our domination more than you could ever imagine. But now that you know better, you can act better, live better eat better and give all living beings a true reason for hope. Become a voice for the voiceless. Join in the healing and awakening of our planet. Make the choice now. Don’t buy cruelty!

moistflow:

teacher: alright, since no one is raising their hands i’m gonna pick people

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