10 October, 2008

Take Action and protect Sumatra's forests

This just in from the wonderful people of WWF:
  • New hope was extended to some of the world's most diverse and endangered forests today as WWF, four Indonesian ministers and ten provincial governors announced a bold commitment to protect the remaining forests and critical ecosystems of Sumatra. WWF
Go here to: thank Indonesian officials for signing the first-ever island-wide commitment to protect Sumatra's stunning biodiversity. Urge them to continue to work together to implement a plan that will protect Sumatra's forests and endangered species.

The Indonesian island of Sumatra holds some of the world's most diverse – and endangered – forests, which provide livelihoods for millions of people and shelter some of the world's rarest species. It is the only place on earth where endangered rhinos, elephants, tigers and orangutans can be found together.

Take Action and join WWF in its campaign for a Living Planet! This is the least that one can do to protect us, we Mankind, and our home: Earth.

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