These majestic giants are endangered species, and their case is being played out across the world, time and again. In fact, one third of all life forms on the planet are on the brink of extinction.
The natural world is being crushed by human activity, waste and exploitation. But there is a plan to save it — a global agreement to create, fund and enforce protected areas covering 20% of our lands and seas by 2020. And right now, 193 governments are meeting in Japan to address this crisis.
We have just 4 days left in this crucial meeting. Experts say that politicians are hesitant to adopt such an ambitious goal, but that a global public outcry could tip the balance, making leaders feel the eyes of the world upon them. Click to sign the urgent 20/20 petition, and forward this email widely — the message will be delivered directly to the meeting in Japan:
There are many of you who get my blog and are animal lovers. You also have many friends that you can alert and get them to sign this petition as well. I would really appreciate all of your help to get the word out.
Right now this conference is really not being promoted widely. It is being blacked out by those countries who are species centric and do not really care if we lose whales.
Please take a look at this petition, sign it and connect others, to it. It is a solution and something YOU can do!