Saving elephants needs more than ivory trade ban,” read a statement from PETA

Saving elephants광주출장안마 needs more than ivory trade ban,” read a statement from PETA. “It also needs more than the government banning ivory and putting the brakes on poaching. It needs, and desperately needs, thexo 카지노 people to stop buying ivory and the products to end trafficking, and to use their own energy to r크레이지 슬롯aise awareness and to help stop this terrible epidemic.”

“We know it’s time for the global community to work together. That’s why today PETA is launching a new partnership with Bonyasa to put an end to elephants from Congo and South Africa by helping them stop buying ivory and ending all ivory trade across the Atlantic,” said Michael Brune, president of PETA Asia.

Bonyasa, an eCommerce.com brand, offers products, services and services that include “an e-commerce portal dedicated to helping customers and brands build sustainable business. Bonyasa and its partners in Africa focus on the real problems and bring new avenues of empowerment for people living in and surrounding conflict zones by offering solutions to real challenges.”

For more information, visit www.bonyasa.com.

Court overturns mine expansion rejection Copyright by KOIN – All rights reserved An employee removes two rows of mine from a storage facility near the Rio Grande Mine in Pecos, Texas, Sunday, June 3, 2016

Court overturns mine expansion rejection Copyright by KOIN – All rights reserved An employee removes two rows of mine from a storage facility near the Rio Grande Mine in Pecos, Texas, Sunday, June 3, 2016. (AP Photo/John Davenport) [ + – ] Video

KOIN 6 News Staff – PECOS, Texas (KOIN) — A federal judge has ruled that the proposed development near the Rio Grande mine in Pecos cannot go forward.

U.S. District Judge David Carr said a federal law meant to prevent future water waste at the mine, known as the Compact Zone, did not protect land owners and landowners that opposed the mine expansion in this case.

Copyright by KOIN – All rights reserved A map of Pecos County showing the proposed water treatment plant site in Pecos, Texas. (Aerial photograph by Greg Hall/PJTX)

Copyright by KOIN – All rights reserved A map of Pecos County showing the proposed water treatment plant site in Pecos, Texas. (Aerial photograph by Greg Hall/PJTX)

He cited the case of two farmers who were killed when an enormous wave swept through their cattle ranch in 2007.

The cou우리카지노ple’s farm was built on public land at the time.

Their daughter, Joanna더킹카지노, had built a new house in the neighborhood that included a water treatment plant. A federal judge ruled that if the fa바카라mily wanted the water and it wasn’t being used, the couple had no other option.

Carr said while that case does have similarities to the case of the two farmers and their daughter, they were both a minority, because they had not reached majority status as of 2005.

Copyright by KOIN – All rights reserved An aerial shot of the proposed water treatment plant site in Pecos, Texas. (Aerial photo by Greg Hall/PJTX)

Copyright by KOIN – All rights reserved An aerial shot of the proposed water treatment plant site in Pecos, Texas. (Aerial photo by Greg Hall/PJTX)

That’s how many homes were built on public land in the state, and there were a total of 8,945 on public land in the city of Pecos in 2015.

Carr was concerned that there is little left for development in this area of the Pecos River Valley.

Copyright by KOIN – All rights reserved An aerial photo of the proposed water treatment plant site i