Ladies and Gentlemen – this is my Partner in Crime when it comes to fighting for the Earth. I am damn proud of him, for a damn good reason. Read what he wrote, see what he’s doing and be inspired. I promise you that his energy is infectious and you’ll be motivated to DO SOMETHING (and go to his original post to see the video footage) @mrpatrickduffy I love you more and more every day. Thank you for filling my heart and charging my soul. 🌳🌎🏻・・・Lima Peru: This is the new normal for everyone. What you once could ignore, you can’t anymore. Your SILENCE IS VIOLENCE! Standing in solidarity with the indigenous communities in Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, Ecuador and Peru who are fighting for their rights to simply live and breathe. The terrible fires that are devastating the Amazon region are having extremely serious impacts on the population, ecosystems and biological diversity in said countries and soon the entire globe. The Amazon is the lungs of the earth and a vital life source for all living things. If President of Brazil, Bolsonaro, continues to encourage logging and farming for short term “economic gain”, not only will his short sightedness cause his own country to suffer by destroying irreplaceable ecosystems in Brazil but it will also create a massive distriuctive shift and push the globe into ecological devastation. Without the Amazon, we can’t live. It’s that simple. ..Here are some ways you can aid in protecting the rainforest:.Donate to Rainforest Action Network to protect an acre of the Amazonian rainforest.Donate to the Rainforest Trust to help buy land in the rainforest. Since 1988, the organization has saved over 23 million acres. .Reduce your paper and wood consumption. Double-check with Rainforest Alliance that what you're buying is considered rainforest-safe. You can also purchase rainforest-safe products from the alliance's site. .Reduce your beef intake. Beef found in processed products and fast-food burgers is often linked to deforestation…In this photo I’m standing in front of a line of police officers ready to take action against protesters in front of the Embassy if Brazil in Lima, Peru.・・・#Repost @mrpatrickduffy

 Ladies and Gentlemen - this is my Partner in Crime when it comes to fighting for the Earth. I am damn proud of him, for a damn good reason. Read what he wrote, see what he’s doing and be inspired. I promise you that his energy is infectious and you’ll be motivated to DO SOMETHING (and go to his original post to see the video footage) @mrpatrickduffy I love you more and more every day. Thank you for filling my heart and charging my soul. 🌳🌎🏻・・・Lima Peru: This is the new normal for everyone. What you once could ignore, you can’t anymore. Your SILENCE IS VIOLENCE! Standing in solidarity with the indigenous communities in Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, Ecuador and Peru who are fighting for their rights to simply live and breathe. The terrible fires that are devastating the Amazon region are having extremely serious impacts on the population, ecosystems and biological diversity in said countries and soon the entire globe. The Amazon is the lungs of the earth and a vital life source for all living things.  If President of Brazil, Bolsonaro, continues to encourage logging and farming for short term “economic gain”, not only will his short sightedness cause his own country to suffer by destroying irreplaceable ecosystems in Brazil but it will also create a massive distriuctive shift and push the globe into ecological devastation. Without the Amazon, we can’t live. It’s that simple. ..Here are some ways you can aid in protecting the rainforest:.Donate to Rainforest Action Network to protect an acre of the Amazonian rainforest.Donate to the Rainforest Trust to help buy land in the rainforest. Since 1988, the organization has saved over 23 million acres. .Reduce your paper and wood consumption. Double-check with Rainforest Alliance that what you're buying is considered rainforest-safe. You can also purchase rainforest-safe products from the alliance's site. .Reduce your beef intake. Beef found in processed products and fast-food burgers is often linked to deforestation...In this photo I’m standing in front of a line of police officers ready to take action against protesters in front of the Embassy if Brazil in Lima, Peru.・・・#Repost @mrpatrickduffy

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