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Respect the Environment and Be Kind to Animals
Caitlin Roanon 1 November 2012
Transcript of Respect the Environment and Be Kind to Animals
RECYCLE RESCUE! STOP
BE THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE! Respect the Environment Be Gentle to Animals Forni's 24th Rule Destroying the Earth Animal Abuse Neglect Every year, one American produces over 3,285 pounds of hazardous waste. Over 80% of items in landfills can be recycled, but they’re not. Polluted drinking waters are a problem for about half of the world’s population. Each year there are about 250 million cases of water-based diseases. http://www.dosomething.org/ The most common type of animal cruelty is neglect or abandonment - that is, people not providing adequate care for animals in their charge.
Cases often involve situations where an animal is left without food, water or shelter, or when proper veterinary care was not obtained. In many of these cases, the underlying reason can sometimes be explained by the caretaker's ignorance.
http://www.humanesociety.org/ Starvation Most common litter offenders- Men between 18-34 years
75% of Americans Admit to Littering within the last 5 years.
http://www.greenecoservices.com/ http://www.spca.bc.ca/ CONSERVE! energy
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Caitlin Roan Sources Videos: Youtube.com
Rescued Animals: http://www.buzzfeed.com/mjs538/before-after-pictures-of-rescue-animals