Boy, 12, in bid to save whales

An Upper Hutt 12-year-old is taking on Parliament today in a bid to save the whales.

Maidstone Intermediate pupil Isaac Scott collected more than 5000 signatures in a petition urging the Government to do more about Japanese whaling in the Southern Ocean …

Manawatu Standard – 05:00 12/12/2013…


Helen Flanagan in animal cruelty protest

FORMER soap star Helen Flanagan swapped the Coronation Street (… ) cobbles for those of Covent Garden for a protest against animal cruelty.

The TV actress, who attended Westholme School in Blackburn, wore a red Santa costume without the traditional white trim to emphasise to shoppers in the high-end shopping district that they should enjoy a fur-free Christmas …

Lancashire Telegraph – 5:23 pm Wednesday 11th December 2013…


World Wildlife Fund VP: “We need to double food production by 2050”

By Russ White
By Hannah Watts

Jason Clay (… ) is Senior Vice President of Markets at World Wildlife Fund ( ) and he’s working to help 100 major production companies in forest products, fisheries, aquaculture, agriculture and finance throughout the world to produce more with less, be more efficient, and make their supply chains more sustainable. WWF (… ) works to conserve the world’s most important natural places and significantly change global forces to protect the future of nature and the planet … – December 11, 2013 at 8:55 AM…


Vietnam targets international crab fishing accreditation

A project that will give blue swimming crabs cultivated in Viet Nam an international accreditation is proceeding apace and well positioned to meet its objectives.

Project initiators said the aim is to boost exports and provide a sustainable means of livelihood for local fishers.

The swimming crab now accounts for the second biggest seafood export turnover in the country, with 2010 shipments valued at US$110 million … – December 11, 2013…


Published by „the fellbeißer“© (Dec 11, 2013)

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