No to Deforestation ,Yes to Reforestation

No to Deforestation ,Yes to Reforestation

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Jeremiah Acob started this petition to Filipino People

No to Deforestation,Yes for Reforestation

The Philippines is both a hotspot and a mega diversity area,making it a priority for conservation. The country's forest are habitat for more than 6,000 plant species and numerous bird and animal species, including the endangered Philippine Eagle and the visayan warty pig. But according to our research ,over the course of the 20'th century the forest cover of the the philippines dropped from 70% down to 20%. In total,46 species are endangered and 4 were already eradicated completely. Only 3.2% of total rainforest has been left. Our group, The mirage Infinix Alliance aims to create several online sources that will help promote the awareness of people involved about this problem and create an online petition with the goal of returning back the beauty of our forest.

Our group aims to create change.org petition a Facebook group and a blog to help achieve our goals. We will be gothering information connected to the dangers of deforestation especially for those who is not aware what's happening to our forest. the scope of our project is to be able to reach the school's administration,parents, teachers,and students to sign our petition espacially for the netizens.

We will be requiring a couple of weeks to develop this project and we will start our promotion right after we have uploaded the website. We will also be using our own resources so the funding for this project will be close to none. Our expenses may only include the printing of campaing materials and the Internet .We will also be using free services already offered by Facebook and change.org.

Should you have any question about our project feel free to contact us at mirageinflixalliance@gmail.com or to 09152827634 and 09051897370.

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