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As you know, every now and then I introduce a charity organisation on my blog in order to raise awareness for them. Since I have this fantastic platform, my blog, I try to use it to support good causes too. This month I’d like to introduce Noah’s Ark Ecological And Conservation Park.
Many animal species’ are currently seriously endangered and being wiped off the Earth due climate change, overdevelopment, farming, ocean plastic and big game hunting and poaching.
Our ecosystem is a precious, fragile and complex web. All living creatures on Earth depend on it. If we loose more species in the next two decades, the human race will be left fighting the horrific consequences of climate change to survive.
Humanity must stop the pace of wildlife extinctions — or face extinction itself, according to a growing body of research. The links between human health and the health of the planet are clear. The stakes have never been higher, experts say. Biodiversity is life on Earth, and every extinction chips away at it, undermining the stability of the planet.
About Noah’s Ark
Noah’s Ark will be an animal and ecological conservation park covering 100 square kilometres on the North East coast of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. Set be the largest conservation project to date. (It’s a £5 billion development.) Read their mission statement here.
The Noah’s Ark Foundation, a Non-profit Organisation (NPO) was created in order to build the most technologically advanced conservation park in the world.
You can pledge your support by signing the petition and following Noah’s Ark social media.
Download and stream the single “It Takes The World To Make A Miracle”, now available on all platforms:
And donate to Noah’s Ark via their GoFundMe campaign please.
By donating to the Noah’s Ark Foundation you will help:
1. Building the infrastructure needed to protect wildlife from emboldened poachers.
2. Protecting wild animals in their natural habitat by supporting field rangers in Africa.
3. Improving conviction rates and penalties for those involved in wildlife crime.
4. Lobbying the general public and governments in countries with major wildlife markets to both reduce demand for wildlife and put in place new legal provisions to close down associated wildlife markets.
5. Generating value to ensure critical wildlife habitat is protected, forever.