Eliška Hálová

Eliška Hálová

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Interview with International Animal Rescue's Karmele Sanchez || "Our way of life in the west is directly impacting these orangutans. This palm industrially planted in Indonesia goes to western markets. We must change our way of life if we want to protect the environment. We must push the oil palm industry to stop forest destruction. We need support from all governments and from the international community..."

How Fires in Indonesia & Palm Oil Are Killing Orangutans: An Interview with International Animal Rescue's Karmele Sanchez

It is so important that we stop using products with palm oil. The Orangutan is going to be driven to extinction because their forests are being bulldozed and set on fire for palm oil plantations to take over. These beautiful animals truly deserve to live but every day they lose more and more of them.

SAY NO TO PALM OIL! Did you know that most of us are fueling one of the world’s biggest ecological disasters and acts of primate genocide in history? Borneo and Sumatra are two of the most bio-diverse regions of the world, yet they have the

With Easter coming, let's get as many folk to boycott Nestle as possible > their over-farming for Palm Oil is killing wildlife, including endangered species and some of our closest relatives, as well as devastating local food production for local people

Species gravely endangered by global trade f ao palm oil. Several species are at stake, all fr cheap oil used in food. Learn which companies use this non-sustainable source!

The single greatest threat facing orangutans today is the rapidly expanding palm oil trade. Rainforests are being cleared at a rate of 300 football fields per hour and palm oil companies often use uncontrolled burning to clear the land, resulting in 1,000s of orangutans being burned to death. Those that survive have nowhere to live and nothing left to eat. If something isn't done soon to stop the spread of oil palm plantations into the forests, orangutans will be extinct within 10-20 years.

Stop buying Palm oil, commonly used in so many processed foods, leads to the deaths of endangered species as their environments are being torn apart to harvest palm oil. Even Nutella has Palm oil in it.

Small village in Tibet - I wouldn't even want to know the trip/requirements it takes to make it to this place of minimal needs. Wow, juat amazing, leaves me speechless just looking at it and thinking of the people who chose to live here and build into the earth. Beautiful!!

Imagine the topo survey on this place! Phuktal Monastery During Monsoon Season Phugtal Monastery or Phugtal Gompa (often transliterated as Phuktal) is a monastery in south-eastern Zanskar, Ladakh in northern India.