On our way to save our fellow primate friends
This book is about palm oil - the single greatest threat facing orangutans today. Rainforests are being cleared at the rate of 300 football fields per hour to make way for oil palm plantations. Follow Malin's journey to Kalimantan to see never seen photos and close-ups of the way the palm oil instrustry is destroying the orangutans habitats. Be inspired, educate others and help save our fellow primate friends.
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I want my fins - a book about shark finning.
Shark fishing across the globe is the single biggest threat to shark populations. With up to an incredible 73 million sharks killed every year, predominantly for their fins, it’s no wonder that one-third of all open ocean shark species are threatened with extinction. Huge and increasing demand for shark fins gives sharks the dubious privilege of being amongst the most valuable animals in the sea; it has also made them the most vulnerable.
What happens to the ice?
The Arctic is one of the most unique places on Earth. It spans eight countries, is home to more than 13 million people, and provides a habitat for truly incredible wildlife. Arctic sea ice keeps the planet cool by reflecting sunlight. As climate change takes hold and the world gets warmer, the ice is melting and the oceans are absorbing sunlight. This makes the planet even warmer, causing the ice to melt even faster.