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Endangered Species International Wants to Save Threatened Animals from Extinction

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Endangered Species International is devoted to slowing down the process of extinction while saving endangered animals and their habitats. There are over 16,000 species that are on the brink of extinction. It’s the job of Endangered Species International to protect species that have the greatest risk of going extinct. Ecosystems are given protection, to keep the animals and plants that live there safe. Different species across a wide variety of habitats are given the utmost attention as well. Endangered Species International conducts research, applies it to their projects, and uses their results to advocate for policy changes. So far, they have defended over 225 endangered species, established 46 protected natural areas, and planted many trees to restore forests. 

 

This organization cares deeply about nature and all living creatures. It’s this passion that drives their mission. There are over ten million undiscovered species in the world today. Many of them are under threat of extinction because of their location. Their biospheres and native locals are also threatened, as they’re disappearing quickly. Plants and animals are an important part of our survival. They clean water and move nitrogen through the nitrogen cycle. Action needs to be taken to save species from extinction, and that’s where Endangered Species International comes in. Their projects are made to solve these issues by creating solutions that are easy to implement.    

 

If all of this information doesn't make you want to support Endangered Species International, here are more things to know. There are a plethora of photos and videos showcasing the success of their programs and solutions. You can find this information at the following links: https://www.endangeredspeciesinternational.org/galleries.html, https://www.endangeredspeciesinternational.org/videos.html. Endangered Species International also has great accountability, showing their results and what they have achieved. Ninety eight percent of Endangered Species International’s funds goes toward their programs to save endangered species. Endangered Species International has a high ranking amidst similar organizations. In fact, they are on the Earth Angel List, a record of the most effective organizations of its type. Speaking of other organizations, they really love Endangered Species International, too! Here’s what some of them had to say:

  • “Wow what incredible work ESI is doing in the Congo!” Chris Giorni, Founder and Executive Director of Tree Frog Treks.

  • “We like to work with ESI because they understand the link between health, poverty and biodiversity.” Marcio Lavarda, Palawan Indigenous Leader.

  • “What you are doing is very dear to me; I believe that habitat loss is the single most serious threat to the variety of life on this planet…and I'm completely thrilled that you are incorporating cultural anthropology into your work.” Sunny Franson, Artist.    

 

Mangrove forests are some of the most plentiful ecosystems in the tropics. The plants that live in mangrove forests shape these habitats as well as house other organisms. While mangrove forests are highly abundant, they are also highly threatened. During the last three decades, 40 percent of these forests have vanished. Every year, Endangered Species International plants mangrove trees to restore forests. These trees are carefully looked after to make sure they will live a long time. They also create places in Asia and Africa that are designed to protect and preserve mangroves. Endangered Species International teaches locals on how to care for mangroves and what they can do to protect them. It’s because of the dedication and teamwork at Endangered Species International that’s helping to save mangrove forests. 

 

To donate, to Endangered Species International

click here: https://www.endangeredspeciesinternational.org/donations.html.

 

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