What is the point of Greenpeace?
What have they ever achieved? Whaling still goes on, fur seals are culled, forests destroyed!
That's a hugh question. Broadly, they work at preserving the environment.
if it wasn't for greenpeace , whaling wouldn't still be happening because there would be no whales left. though i find them to be a bit of a pain at times, i give them a lot of credit for making us aware of what is happening to our planet and the creatures that live on it.
To inspire people to help out with our environmental needs. To promote the whole going green perception and bring awareness to the world of our doings that affect us all.
I heard there is something called a land bank that gets people to donate money to buy up land so it cannot be used for private enterprise.The problem with it is ,that land is then given to the United Nations and most people who donate their money or land don't know that.They think it's still American owned.Like the land former president Clinton gave to the U.N.
Not all living creatures should be treated as meal on the plate.
They fight and they know they will never win!
But, they will never give up!
The same as women will lose their beauty with time.But women will never stop trying to look beautiful!
Start following the money and you will probably find the true answer. Far too many of these organizations that dresss themselves in the guise of environment, etc. have a monetary focus at the heart. Someone at the core of the organization is making a damn fine living...better than they could make in any other pursuit. Following the money usually supplies the answers. WB
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