Sunday, August 26, 2012
Wetlands of the Chobe river system are key to the survival of a diversity of animals and local communities dependent on natural resources. Increasing levels of pollution and land transformation threaten these fragile systems. Every action no matter how small becomes part of a bigger degradation impact. Conservation and habitat protection can happen at all scales and is the responsibility of us all. We all can be stewards of these environments, monitoring our own behavior and contributing towards improved action locally, regionally and globally. Your effort, no matter how small or large -matters!
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