Plastic Trash Solution: Produce Less Plastic

Mismanaged plastic trash in dumpsites that is released into the environment presents a range of risks to human and ecological health. Substantial quantities of toxic, greenhouse gasses will continue to be emitted into the environment as plastic trash is openly burned in landfills.

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Oceana Demand Plastic-Free Choices

We should not be forced to pollute the ocean every time we eat, drink or go shopping. We need to be given a choice, a plastic-free choice. Our oceans sustain life. An abundant ocean can feed a billion people a healthy meal every day forever. But now they are being killed, filled by throwaway plastics. The equivalent of one garbage truck of garbage is dumped in the sea every minute, 17.6 billion pounds (8 million tons) every year. Plastic is everywhere in our ocean, floating on the surface, mixing in the salt water and sitting on the ocean bottom, miles and miles deep. And once in the ocean it never goes away.

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Sumatran Tiger – Critically Endangered – 500 left

Sumatran Tigers are the only subspecies of tiger not found on the Eurasian continental mainland and are also the smallest and the rarest of all tiger subspecies. The Sumatran tiger is endemic to the island of Sumatra, Indonesia. The prime habitat of the Sumatran Tiger is lowland and hill forests. Human intrusion has pushed it to higher altitudes, even above 3,000 metres.

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SaveEarth: 5G-Radiation-Electrosmog-Health Bulletin 9

Stop 5G – New article discussed the appeal on a moratorium on the deployment of the fifth generation, 5G, for microwave radiation – Unfortunately, decision makers seem to be uninformed or even misinformed about the risks. EU officials rely on the opinions of individuals within the ICNIRP and the Scientific Committee on Emerging and Newly Identified Health Risks (SCENIHR), most of whom have ties to the industry.

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Sumatran Rhino – Critically Endangered – 55 left

The Sumatran Rhino, also known as the hairy rhino, is the oldest species of rhino existing today. It evolved more than twenty million years ago. The Sumatran Rhino is the last existing species of an otherwise extinct family of rhinoceros, that included the woolly rhino hunted to extinction by humans 10,000 years ago.

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SaveEarth: 5G-ICNIRP-Electrosmog-Health Bulletin 8

ICNIRP, guidelines, conflicts of interest and EU:- Two members of the EU Parliament, Claus Buchner and Michèle Rivasi, published on June 19, 2020 a document on ICNIRP. It shows the many conflicts of interest that exist among the ICNIRP members. It clearly also shows that the ICNIRP guidelines should not be used for radiofrequency radiation.

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Sumatran Elephant – Endangered – 1,500 left

The Sumatran Elephant is one of the four existing Asian elephant sub-species and is found only on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia. The other three sub-species are the Sri Lankan Elephant (Sri Lanka), the Indian Elephant (India to Malaysia) and the Borneo Elephant (Indonesia).

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Healthy Oceans Vital for Life on Earth

On World Oceans Day we recall that life under water is essential to life on land. The oceans produce half of the oxygen we breathe. As a major heat and carbon sink, the ocean plays a fundamental role in mitigating climate change. The ocean also provides food for billions around the world.

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SaveEarth: 5G-Wireless-Health Bulletin 7

A court in Rome, Italy has judged that people must be informed on health risks from use of wireless phones, both mobile and cordless phones. The decision has not been appealed and the information campaign should have started in 2019.

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Paradigm Shift to an Earth-Centric Society

We must prioritise the sustainable use of the Earth’s resources when pursuing industrial growth – notably in food production and agriculture. We need to protect biodiversity in our climate action efforts, industrial practices and urban expansion

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