Animals in the care of humans, the world’s oceans and nature are all subject to the whims of a finite supply of humans and animals.
But while they’re subject to our decisions and our laws, they’re not subject to us.
Animals can and should be treated humanely.
The United Nations says we must end the cruel practice of “cruelty to animals,” but how can we do this without harming or killing animals?
Learn how to take action to protect animals from the ravages of climate change.
The UN report calls for a worldwide moratorium on all forms of animal cruelty, including the practice of selling, slaughtering, or disposing of animals inhumanely.
If you want to learn more, see our “How to Take Action” section on the topic.
How can we prevent climate change from destroying species?
While climate change is occurring, many species are losing their habitats.
Many are becoming more vulnerable, and some are even losing their habitat altogether.
To protect animals, we must help them adapt.
But how can the world protect animals while simultaneously reducing our carbon footprint?
This book explains how to make a difference, by giving you practical tools to help you protect wildlife and habitats while reducing our greenhouse gas emissions.
Why should I buy this book?
This is a must-read for anyone who cares about animals and wildlife.
If animals are harmed, they should be protected, and we must do more to ensure their welfare.