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How brutal can you be?

Posted by admin on March 1, 2009

How brutal can you be?

This article is not about the seals themselves or about the hunting rules in Canada; it’s about human being and the level of brutality it can reach.

In Canada, they are rules for hunters which are going after the seals fur. They have the exact amount they allow to hunt, the steps how to do that and the government is watching the markets from being over flowed with this fur. All over Europe and in the US, people are buying this Fur for good money and the industry is live and kicking.
Although Fur is luxuries and we can live without it, this is the world we are living at and this industry, under the regulation, is feeding some hundreds of Canadian families. It’s of course not true that all the furs used by the trade are abundant, not even half of it. But I do not want to talk about the fur itself, I can understand it’s a product.
I would like to point the brutality of the hunters, when they are going to hunt. I saw the pictures lately, and I was shocked. Again, they can hunt, the Canadian government can allow it and people can buy this seals fur, but why are they hunting this way???

(Pic, HSUS)

This article is about human brutality. We are brutal and we will continue to be brutal to the people around us, to the environment and to the animals on the planet. Still, watching this kind of hunting is shocking.

Brazilian swamp

Posted by admin on February 21, 2009

Talking about Brazilian swamp, we are actually pointing at two main issues, which are coming together into one. This is the story of real swamp which is dying and unbelievable bureaucratic swamp which is doing nothing to same the real one.

We are talking about the Pantanal swamp, huge area of 150,000 squared meters of wild life, sweat water, great nature and much more. The Pantanal is for sure one of the most beautiful places on earth. This area is now dying.

The great increase in the demand for steal, cattle and Soy products is killing the swamp. The nature is paying the highest price. The wild life animals, the trees and the special texture of life is dying. They are paying the price and we will pay the price in the future. Brazilian bureaucratic swamp is not helping and there is actually no real power to stop the swamp from dying.

What can we do? Do! Join the action to save the swamp, join green activity to raise this issue on top of others so the authorities will take care. For them. For us. For the swamp.

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The people which taking part at the Yes We Green project are ecological people. If you are ecological, you like to learn how to be more ecological or like to share your knowledge, welcome.