food web when animals accidentally ingest them.
- In some ocean locations, there is 46 times more-free-supermarket-aisles-see-anti-waste-go-mainstream/a-42774352
UK - industry-wide initiative to supermarkets signed up to support the UK Plastics Pact – an industry-wide initiative which says it aimsRead more
Charmaine CKuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Created June 17, 2018
Petition to U.S. House of Representatives, U.S. Senate, President of the United States
The ability to organize grassroots movements, whether locally or across the globe, is made possible by an open Internet. Since its creation, the Internet has become the world’s megaphone for free speech, protected by the principles of Net Neutrality, which require internet service providers (ISPs) to give everyone equal access to everything you use the internet for -- email, watching videos, listening to music, or signing petitions on Change.org. Without Net Neutrality, ISPs can choose what you see online, favoring some sources or blocking others. For example, if someone launched a petition on Change.org against a company like Verizon, Net Neutrality prevents Verizon from blocking or slowing their customers’ access to our site. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is moving to end Net Neutrality -- which could mean giving big cable companies room to charge extra fees, block and censor users -- by removing ISPs from Title II of the Communications Act, a rule that means ISPs are subjected to tougher regulations that prevent them blocking sites, creating paid “fast” lanes, and throttling internet speeds. This decision could have global implications for the way the world shares and receives information from journalists, newsrooms, and NGO’s.Net Neutrality also prevents ISPs from creating paid “fast lanes” that would give faster delivery of content to companies who can afford to pay more. An organization or platform like Change.org that couldn’t afford those fees, couldn’t communicate with their supporters. In the United States, there is strong bipartisan support for Net Neutrality. A recent poll conducted by Mozilla found that Republicans, Democrats and Independents overwhelmingly support these rules. At Change.org, we believe that people everywhere should have the tools they need to make their voices heard. We’re a social good company powered by technology that empowers anyone anywhere to take action on the issues they care about. A closed off Internet means fewer ways for millions of people to make the change they want to see.Without an internet equally accessible to everyone regardless of income or geography, we can’t continue that mission. Add your name to let Congress and the FCC know that you support an open internet.Read more
by the wide spread sex porn on the net of humans engaging copulation with subhuman animals. It's sick and revolting. Animals can't talk and report sexual assaults. If a person Googles web searchRead more
Louis TerranceTampa, FL, United States
Created December 31, 2010
Petition to firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com, Alessandro_Beduschi@regione.lombardia.it , PICHETTOFRATIN_G@CAMERA.IT
. has been trained on billions of images and copyrighted works which were collected from across the web this petition and SHARE it as FAR AND WIDE as possible to help those whose work product is being usedRead more
has brutal, wide-reaching consequences on a vast array of marine life wherever conducted.
Scientific of life in the marine food web, Zooplankton.
"Zooplankton, which are essential for the health and impact vulnerable marine species including marine mammals across a wide area extending well beyond theRead more
Keegan ReeceJohannesburg, South Africa
Created July 22, 2019
Petition to Nancy Sinatra, Sinatra Enterprises, Chuck Granata, Robert Finkelstein