What can you do?

Have you ever wondered if you can have an impact on the world?  Would you believe me if I told you that you could save many lives?  Humans aren’t the only lives you can save.  You can save animals and plants by protecting the ecosystem where they live.

Humans and natural disasters can destroy ecosystems, but you can make a difference.  The Center for Ecosystem

Survival lists a few ways that you can help to protect many lives.  By donating money, you can save coral reefs in the ocean or perhaps even save an entire acre of land in the rainforest.  The money not only saves the reef and rain forest, but the animals and plants in the area that are also affected by the coral reef ecosystem and the rain forest ecosystem.

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Ecosystems not only provide habitats and food for animals, but it also provides many resources for humans such as food and medicines .  Without protection of ecosystems, human life would be very different.  By protecting ecosystems, you are also protecting your life.

What are some ways that you can make a difference by protecting ecosystems?  How can you get others to make a difference and protect ecosystems?  What can you say or do to convince others to care about protecting ecosystems?  Post your thoughts below.

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3 Responses to What can you do?

  1. Allison says:

    Going green is a good way to help out the ecosystem, which in turn, helps out animals as well as humans.

  2. Ramona says:

    I think if people realize how ecosystems affect them personally, they are more likely to care and try to help ecosystems prosper. Recycling to avoid waste is a good place to start to protect ecosystems.

  3. diannawolf says:

    There is a big focus on going green and recycling. I think more and more people are realizing how we need to be protecting the world we live in.

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