Archives for posts with tag: tiger

ECOLOGY-DIPLOMAT Blog Report: SHARKS & TURTLES TO ELEPHANTS & BIG CATS TO GET NEW PImageROTECTIONS, By Ambassador Mo
Elephants, polar bears, sharks & manta rays to medicinal plants & rare trees are among several species that will receive additional protection pursuant to UN backed treaty for the conservation of endangered species if new proposals are adopted at a world wildlife meeting March 2013.
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/sharks-turtles-to-elephants-big-cats-to-get-new-protections/56681

ECOLOGY-DIPLOMAT Blog Report: IVORY POACHING COMES TO NEW YORK, By Ambassador Mo
Last year was the worst in more than a decade for poaching of elephants & rhinos. Much of demand is driven by rapidly growing, richer Asian markets. However, two New York jewelers were just found guilt for selling contraband ivory that cost the lives of at least 25 elephants. This week Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) began its meetings in Geneva. –MORE–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/ivory-poaching-comes-to-new-york/55107Image

ECOLOGY-DIPLOMAT Watch Film Report: INDIA WILDLIFE/ENVIRONMENT PRESERVATION
India has the globe’s second largest population & is one of the more densely populated countries in the world – wildlife & villagers may be seen frequently as competing for the same space and resources. However, wildlife and the environment are also a treasure of India and necessary for continued advancement of the country and its multifaceted economy as well as the health of its citizens.  –Watch–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/movie/india-wildlifeenvironment-preservation/31033Image