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Definition Endangered species:|
Species whose numbers are so small that this species faces extinction
Sorry to report that so many species are on the endangered species list.
Soon our Children will be endangered: Help us to protect the next generation
Earth is endangered|
Wildlife is endangered - Plants are endangered + many Humans are endangered!
Why are so many life forms on Earth endangered?|
1) Habitat Destruction
2) Introduction of Exotic Species
4) Man-made chemicals
5) Changing climate
6) Air pollution
7) Water pollution
8) Water waste
All the factors above can bring a species at risk of becoming extinct because it is either few in numbers, or threatened by changing environmental or predation parameters. |
About 40 % of all living creatures on Earth are endangered species. The percentage will rise because of our changing climate. Some nations have laws to protect life on Earth, but only a few enforce these laws. Nature conservation would be easy: controlled hunting, restricting land development, enforcing burn bans, enforcing the correct use of chemicals.
Even species on the endangered species lists that have legal protection are not really protected. A lot of life becomes extinct, without gaining public notice.
Our food supply is endangered!
Many potatoes cannot handle warmer temperatures, because potatoes originate from the high Andes in Peru.
But potatoes are the third largest food source for humans.
Without potatoes millions will die
Many plant species are endangered!
Many wild life species are endangered!
Rain-forests are endangered!
We can save many endangered rainforest birds,
plants, and animals by reducing deforestation!
Earth's Ice bears or polar bears are endangered|
because ice is melting at an alarming rate
everywhere on Earth
Bear Springs Blossom Nature Conservation BSB
protects the Golden Cheeked Warbler at
its Nature Preserve in Texas.
GCW's are on the endangered species list because
urban sprawl and deforestation destroys GCW's habitat.
Around 1940 it was still possible to see gray wolf, red wolf, jaguar, and black bear in Texas. Unfortunately, within a couple of decades, all of these species were killed by humans.|
Due to ecological, political, and socio-economic reasons, it is highly unlikely that we will see wolves or North America's largest cat in Texas again anytime soon, perhaps ever.
The American black bear, Ursus americanus, has tried for quite a while to find home in Texas again, but every time a bear sighting is published, some hunters feel threatened and kill the bear. This happened the last time just a few months ago.
The Condor is an endangered bird and is|
bread in the zoo of Buenos Aires, Argentina
because its food chain is out of balance.
What is the mission of Bear Springs Blossom Nature Conservation?|
BSB wants to keep Earth safe - safe for the next generation.
We believe that more knowledge about Earth makes it easier to save Earth.
The main point is to make a significant dent in climate change.
We use Renewable Energy. We show you how to use Renewable Energy and we explain why We defend our oceans by challenging water pollution and wasteful and destructive fishing.
BSB works hard to protect all forests on Earth and the animals, plants and people that depend on them.
We work hard to create a toxin free future with safer alternatives to hazardous chemicals.
We campaign for sustainable agriculture.
We want to protect biodiversity.
The Sea otter, a marine mammal is endangered
We save and protect a lot of wildlife in our oceans with Nature conservation + education.|
Climate change is among the most pervasive threats to the Earth today.
Informed people have the power to address its root causes and limit its impact on our planet (the only home we have).
People showing how many bison they had killed
The bison is endangered, rarely seen
Without action, climate change will cause the extinction of countless species and destroy some of Earth's most precious ecosystems, putting billions of Humans at risk.
Do you know how much water on Earth is drinkable?
Man-made activities have endangered our water supply!
Do you know how much of the oxygen humans need is produced in Earth's rain-forests?
Man-made activities have endangered our once healthy air!
Do you know why burning fossil fuel changes our climate?
BSB gives you information needed to understand our changing Earth climate!
The more you know the more you can secure your future!
Emissions reductions and increases in the use of energy-efficient technologies are
BSB is an international nonprofit organization 501(c)(3)
We all work without a salary. Every cent of your membership dues works to fight climate change!
Ask other organizations how much of your donation they spend on administrative costs.
BSB membership grows, but we need all the responsible humans out there - together we can make a difference! Join us!
Our members from the Americas, Asia, Canada, and Europe give us the power to tackle climate change.
The more members, the more we can accomplish!
For many years we research the problem population growth and food supply.
If our calculations for our future are correct about 5 billion humans will face food shortages by 2030 due to climate change.
When we do a chart analysis with global temperatures combined with drought zones and ocean levels, we find a 86% probability that by 2050 the minimum temperatures in the tropics and sub-tropics will be higher than our charts show as the maximum temperature today!
Crop-growing would be dire, potatoes and vegetable growing difficult,
maize and rice don't tolerate high and dry conditions,
clean drinking water and water for crops will be very scarce.
What areas will be affected?
Southern US, northern part of South America, northern India, southern China, much of Australia, and most of Africa.
If melting ice changes our oceans currents (and that happened before)all northern Europe, England, Sweden and Norway would get to frigid to have agriculture.
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Do, what all other members of BSB do:
Show, that YOU care for Nature!
Show, that YOU care about the next generation!
Show, that YOU want to keep Earth beautiful!
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