For the sake of our children: stop mass extinction!

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Tony Baltazar
Oct 16, 2020
I want to save the planet

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Nanda Kumar Narayan
Sep 13, 2020
The oceans will become barren if whales and other sea life are destroyed by the human race. Humans must protect, care and love all animals on land and water.

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Local Memelord C.
Sep 5, 2020
thats horrifying...the poor whale

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Amira Pravidya
May 24, 2020
We are one world

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Maringikura Campbell
Mar 16, 2020
Signing because we all have souls and we all matter in order to keep the world ecologically balanced.

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Eruera T Walker
Mar 15, 2020
I Hate The Rich Elite

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Ocean Lovers
Mar 3, 2020
Humans are NOT God,They SHOULDN'T wipe any species from Earth!

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Charlie Browne
1 year ago
It’s Neo-Liberal economics + Globalisation
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Charlie Browne
1 year ago
Someone said that gradual quantitative changes eventually produce sudden qualitative change
More or less unrestricted commerce over the last couple of centuries has gradually exhausted the Earth’s resources including species populations, cut down the Earth’s forests, over-populated the planet, developed individual transport to the detriment of populations, protected against disease resulting in extended life-span and so on
This has corrupted would-be democratic systems, encouraged large population movements which have exported theocratic ideologies seeking to reconquer the world’s democracies
Every human on the planet is now facing a ‘Perfect Storm”; there isn’t any human activity which isn’t affected
Good luck to us all!
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Jake Gilchrist
1 year ago
Until we come so far as to be able to restore the priceless wonders of nature by our own hands, we have no right to watch them be destroyed forever. How many species need to go extinct before a moratorium is enacted to prevent losing more irreplaceable sentient creatures from sheer neglect?