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"I recognize the right and duty of this generation to develop and use our natural resources, but I do not recognize the right to waste them, or rob by wasteful use, the generations that come after us."
US-President Theodore Roosevelt
2014 NEW Records are set for the highest electricity usage. Huge amounts of water were used to produce this electricity. Huge amounts of air pollution was sent into the sky from electricity producing coal-fired power plants.
NEW RECORD: 2013 Earth's energy-related carbon dioxide emissions rose again to a record high of 39.6 billion tons
Additionally a NEW RECORD was counted for Energy Vampires Read on how to kill these money sucking bastards
What does conservation mean? Definition Nature Conservation:|
Nature means Earth's natural world
Conservation is to maintain, to protect, to keep alive ...
In our understanding Humans are part of Nature
WHY is Nature conservation important?
WHY conserve the environment?
Because Human lives depend on it!|
We will be harmed by violent weather
and high food prices!
BSB informs how
Nature Conservation affects Your life...
WHAT is a conservationist?We want to keep Earth safe, safe for the next generation.
Conservation is essential to all of us!
More knowledge about Nature Conservation and Science
leads to more understanding for a better life in the future!
BSB members believe that we have
a responsibility to care for the next generation!
Ethics should not only be taught, but also practiced!
What will this generation tell their grandchildren
if we fail to address the coming global environmental catastrophe?
It would be great to hear your thoughts!
Should all babies look alike?|
Should we have only one mammal to eat?
Should we have the same food every day?
Conservation Education is needed
to see the 'big picture'
When You see the big picture,
you will act better, will be happier, will have a better life!
A) We need to make a significant dent in the climate change curve.
B) We need to defend our oceans by challenging water pollution and wasteful and destructive fishing.
C) We need to create a toxin free future with safer alternatives to hazardous chemicals.
D) We need to protect biodiversity.
E) We need to protect our rain forests. Rain-forests produce most of our oxygen. Rain forest plants grow the cure for many illnesses. Rainforests regulate our climate. If rain forests are destroyed billions of living beings will die.
BSB works hard to protect all forests on Earth and the animals, plants and people that depend on them.
We campaign for sustainable agriculture. Emissions reductions and increases in the use of energy-efficient technologies are strongly needed.
F) Conservation of local flora, fauna and natural habitats through offering conservation advice on development proposals, planning strategies and environmental impact assessment, law enforcement, research and implementing biodiversity conservation plans.
G) Conducting regular ecological surveys to take inventory and update the status of biodiversity assets to establish an ecological database.
Soil conservation is important to make sure that we have the land we need to live on.
H) We need to protect our soil, we need to fight erosion to protect our future food supplies. Erosion control can be done with grass, mulch or plants. If you see something that's making the soil sick, do everything you can to make the soil healthy again.
If you live on a farm, make sure that the soil on your fields and pastures stays right where it is right now!
BSB Conservation education courses explain how you can do that!
Erosion control is very important, because it helps to conserve water!
Water conservation is needed for a growing population!
Climate change is among the most pervasive threats to life on Earth today.
! ! ! ! ! ! Intact working riparian zones are strongly needed! ! ! !
When the ice on Greenland + Ant-Arctic is melting, many living beings will die.|
Informed people have the power to address its root causes and limit its impact on our planet (the only home we have). 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?|
Do you know how much of the oxygen humans need is produced in the rain forests?
Do you know why burning fossil fuel changes our climate?
To update your Nature knowledge you should you join BSB|
Better in-depth knowledge helps You preserve and not to destroy Earth! A good environmental education helps You to understand and to deal with coming changes and challenges. Many BSB members can prove that more knowledge about Earth makes life Earth.
Our nonprofit organization Bear Springs Blossom Nature Conservation gives you information needed to understand our changing Earth climate! The more you know the more you and we can do!
BSB conserves endangered species: animals + plants through supporting international trade controls.
We have protected our Nature preserve with a conservation easement!
A conservation easement is a flexible and effective way to conserve and protect private property. Itís a legal agreement that ensures property will be managed according to the landownerís wishes for years into the future.
It also may qualify the landowner for tax benefits if granted in perpetuity to either a nonprofit 501(c)(3) publicly supported tax-exempt conservation organization -- commonly called a land trust involved in land and water conservation. These easements can be tailored for a few acres or a few thousand acres and can help protect scenic vistas, historic buildings, wildlife habitat, endangered species habitat or ranch-land.
The landowner will retain legal title to the property and determine the types of uses to continue and those to restrict. The property can still be bought, sold and inherited, but the conservation easement is tied to the land and binds all present and future owners to its terms and restrictions.
For more information, send us an email.
BSB promotes public awareness and participation in Nature conservation through publicity and educational activities.
Earth is getting warmer. Floods, strong winds, storms, hurricanes, droughts -
food supply for over 7 billion humans get scarce and expensive.|
Millions of trees have died, less CO2 storage leads to a higher acidification of Earth oceans.
Earth wide high energy demand causes more problems.
Electricity producing power plants are often not efficient and
need huge amounts of water for cooling.
Reducing our electricity demand not only saves money, but also water,
water that humans need to survive!
Nature Conservation - because humans need intact Nature!|
Conservation Education - because humans need a better life
Water conservation - because all life on Earth needs water!
BSB is an international charitable nonprofit organization
managed by volunteers!
"Responsibility is born when the love, the feeling of responsibility for others grows stronger than the love for yourself."
Peter Bonenberger, founder + elected president BSB
We all work without a salary. Every cent of your membership dues works to educate people!
Join us - show responsibility!
Learn online, whenever you have the time.
"Enlighten the people generally, and tyranny and oppressions of body and mind will vanish like evil spirits at the dawn of day .."
"If a nation expects to be ignorant and free in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be."
US-President Thomas Jefferson 1816
Conservation Education (CE) is the combination of two words that have become one word to educators.
CE is the ability to give people opportunities to grow in knowledge and create changes to their life style and their environment, to have a better life, to have a safer future!
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