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On behalf of all the people who are advocating and protecting the wildlife in Africa, the rampant trophy hunting of various wildlife in some countries of the continent of Africa needs to stop now.
We are calling for the newly elected President of the newly constituted United Nations Environmental Assembly Sanjaasuren Oyun to make this issue as one of its most priority to resolve in her tenure of office.
It is very tragic that some countries particularly in South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, are using the term "conservation" in an act of killing such an innocent animal that is only trying to live peacefully in an environment where they thought it was their only home.
Hunters pay as much as £10,000 for a hunting expedition, Safari clubs and game reserves ask for a £1,500 trophy fee and add £1,000 a day for guides and trackers. What are these money worth for? Is it worth the fun? In a civilized society killing isn't fun at all. If this issues will not be taken cared of as early as possible, time will come sooner rather than later that we will regret everything of the actions that we
should've done right now.
Please visit these links below to urge Sanjaasuren Oyun to address this matter.
FB page : https://www.facebook.com/oyun.sanjaasuren.3?fref=ts
United Nations Environment Programme on social media sites.
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United Nations Environment Programme
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Tel: (254-20) 7621234
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Executive Office: email@example.com
JPO Programme: JPOCoordinator@unep.org
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World Environment Day: email@example.com
Let us all stand and unite together to end this horrific deaths of innocent animals in our beloved planet.
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