Norway Plans To Kill Most Of Its Wolves — Wolf Is My Soul

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September 21, 2016 Source

There aren’t many wolves left in the Norwegian wilderness Just 68, in fact.

But Norway’s government has decided even that’s too many. Authorities announced plans this month to kill 47 wolves, or about two-thirds of the remaining population.

The move has sparked both intense criticism and praise. Farmers welcome the cull, claiming wolves threaten their livestock, and therefore their livelihood. Conservationists, on the other hand, condemn the move as an attack on a species that’s already on unsteady ground.

“The wolf population is already very small and critically endangered,” Silje Lundberg, a prominent Norwegian environmentalist, told the U.K.’s Express. “To eradicate 70 percent of such a vulnerable species is shocking.”



In Europe today, there are an estimated 12,000 wolves — a population that has surged in recent years. But only in Norway is the species listed as “critically endangered” due to frequent culling.

When the government announced plans to hunt 11 wolves last year, no less than11,571 people signed up to kill them. Or about 700 hunters for every wolf.

Scientists, however, contend that taking wolves out of the ecological picture will have a profound effect on all wildlife. As a keystone species, wolves play “a unique and crucial role in the way an ecosystem functions,” National Geographic notes. “Without keystone species, the ecosystem would be dramatically different or cease to exist altogether.”

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I don’t want to wake up in a day that the bees mass death happened, or the wolves could be killed by governments’ plans on this planet! Humans kill itself enough! Leave the animals and nature alone! And if Norway government puts this plan into action, history will remember this government as “MURDERER!” and it will be judged by future generations as “WOLF KILLER!” Don’t forget that!

Monsanto seeds are said to be responsible for the spike in suicides of India farmers

India: Farmers Suicides Reach Record Levels

About 12,000 farmers killed themselves in the country in 2014.

The National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) informed Sunday that 5,650 farmers had committed suicide in 2014 – corresponding to an average of 15 every hour. Yet, this figure would be largely underestimated according to various sources.

This information is coming at a bad time for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as the Indian Congress is about to open Tuesday a new parliamentary session that will debate the controversial bill reforming land acquisition. The reform aims at removing from a previous bill voted in 2013 a variety of safeguards preventing forcible acquisition.

The NCRB estimate, although it seems to have been divided in half since the previous year, did not use the same calculating methods. According to the Times of India, the government only took into account the landowners, instead of including all the rural workers.

If they are included, the estimate reaches about 12.360 suicides in the sector for the past year – corresponding to almost 600 more than the previous year, calculated the journal.

In the state of Maharashtra, the most agrarian of the country, the record of suicides skyrocketed – over 10.000 registered between 2012 and 2014, reported the Hindu. In this state, suicides do not only affect agriculture but all sectors, as 16.300 cases have been recorded in 2014 – 131.000 in the whole country.

The reform of the land acquisition bill removed in December various requirements like the social impact assessment study and a limitation on return of land to affected families.

The Congress will be debating it again from Tuesday because “the government has been unable to convert the ordinance into a statute,” reported, “given the enormous political and social backlash.”

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Police shoot at indigenous Tseltales from San Sebastián Bachajón when they try to recover their lands near the Agua Azul waterfalls.

Most of the people say that” I am environmentalist and I am always giving support to the indigenous people rights”. But, only very few people acts with the thoughts what they said. This is a hypocrisy. Tseltales people are not trying to save only own lands. They are trying to save lands of the planet Earth. Those lands are yours as well as theirs. When will the rest of world support to them?

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Police shoot at indigenous Tseltales from San Sebastián Bachajón when they try to recover their lands near the Agua Azul waterfalls.

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January 11, 2015


Alert Latest News – four large lorries full of police have arrived at the Agua Azul crossroads

Adherents to the Sixth Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle blocked the turning to the waterfalls of Agua Azul at 6.30 am on the 11th January, in resistance against the dispossession of their lands which took place on 9th January.

The state police placed barricades of trees five hundred meters from the turning to the waterfalls, while shooting at them with rubber bullets and live ammunition from a van and a truck of the local and state police.

10931341_900188783358896_4907611684628263069_nThe attack lasted about fifteen to twenty minutes. At the moment there are thought to be two who have been injured by rubber bullets, and one by a…

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Earth guardians, water and land defenders; there is a call for you from ıdlenomore

From the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change website: The 20th session of the Conference of the Parties and the 10th session of the Conference of the Parties serving as the Meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol will be held from 1 to 12 December. COP 20/CMP 10 will be hosted by the Government of Peru, in Lima, Peru.

We must make sure the policy makers understand that we know they are meeting to determine whether or not climate chaos will continue unabated. We demand:

– A world-wide reduction in carbon emissions

– Stop to the carbon trading scheme known as REDD+

– Hold fossil fuel corporations financially and legally accountable for their harms

– Fund the account for climate refugees

We invite you and your group (if you have one) to organize an event and share it far and wide. Not in a group? Take a photo of you and your friends with sign(s) of what you want the Climate Negotiators to know and post here and on other social media outlets. #EyesOnPeru

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