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  1. I, in particular, found it a bit weird to have 2 projects that are pretty much the same (WWF and Tress for the Future).. I know we desperately need more trees, after all, they are what keep us breathing... but at the same time endangered animals (supported by WWF) are an essential part of this ecosystem as they eat the fruits of these trees and then spread their seeds (helping in this reforestation) over such an area that we humans normally we can't reach.. thats why my pick will always be WWF ☺️
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  4. From Primedice forum it was something around 200k but from Stake forum it was almost 0.01 BTC in a single withdrawal
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  6. Just like @Partyboy said (and I said in the OP myself), when you can't donate any money at least donate your time and effort trying to change small daily actions most of us take, that's already a bit help. Also, as I mentioned in the OP, we are having the Choose a Charity in the upcoming days so another way for you to help is to vote for WWF to receive these $ 1000 from Stake / Primedice.. doing such a thing would be a really amazing help from you and anyone that can't donate any cash at the moment. Yeah, sadly the Amazon fire was started by cattle breeders and there is nothing most all of us can do to stop it.. I mean, from where I live myself until the fire sports is over 3000km and it is hard to reach these areas, only people with airplanes and helicopters (a.k.a rich people) can reach it so how exactly you believe we would be able to stop it? And yeah, we are aware that our actual president sucks (I just hate that man in a way you really can't imagine). With that say I have to tell you guys that you really should not judge an entire country due to this kind of citizens because they are everywhere, not only in Brazil.
  7. I am not dumb and I am aware that this is not the proper section to do this post but I want to caught attention from all our community to what's happening all over the world and, the most important, I want to hear from you guys what you really think about it. The purpose of my topic is to make all of you think about whats happening around us and think "how can I help?" The response is not always that simple but before talking about this lets give a look at the latest "natural disasters" that did hit us like a (heavy) hammer only in the past 6 months: Amazon is burning Hurricanes at Bahamas, USA and China Floods at India, Nepal and South Africa Earthquakes at Greece, Indonesia, Philippines, Japan and Peru Cyclones at Comoros, Mozambique and Tanzania Are these "natural disasters" really "natural"? Or it is all a result of what we, humanity, have been doing in the past centuries? Money, money and money. That's what moves humanity. Am I wrong? The men seems not to have limit to their greediness and day after day they want more. They destroy their own house (our planet) just to have more. But what for? Can't they think that the future generations will have no world to live if the actual generation keeps like this? Why are all these men building empires if their own childrens will have no chance to enjoy it? At March the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) released the balance of the impacts of floods, hurricanes and severe droughts in 2018. Extremes of the climate hit 62 million people and displaced more than 2 million worldwide last year. According to the WMO, since 1998, at least 4.5 billion people in the world have already been affected in some way by climate extremes. Hurricane Florence and Michael were two of the fourteen most expensive disasters of 2018 in the United States. They caused about $ 49 billion in damage and more than 100 deaths. Super Typhoon Mangkhut affected more than 2.4 million people and killed at least 134 people, mostly in the Philippines. More than 1,600 deaths have been linked to intense heat waves and wildfires in Europe, Japan and the USA, where record economic losses of nearly $ 24 billion have been reported in the US. The Indian state of Kerala has been hit by the worst rainfall and worst flooding in nearly a century. And the most recent, the burning in the Amazon. Despite the government's ban on burning in the Amazon, outbreaks of fire continue to occur. On the first day of September there was a record of 980 focus in the region. In August, the number of fire outbreaks was almost three times higher than last year. There were 30901 focus until the 31st of August. A high of 196%. So again my question.. what for? Money, money and more money. But what we can do to help to save our planet? A good start would be to start to look at our own actions. Stop using plastic bags, stop littering the streets, help plant (and care for) trees, protect endangered animals and so on. That may not sound enough (and surely that is not) but if everyone would do a little part we would be able to make the Earth great again. Last but not least, I have been donating to WWF to help to save the endangered species for such a long time and now I would like to invite everyone from our community to vote for WWF's Emergency Fund for the Amazon in the next Choose a Charity from Stake and Primedice (and social medias). Please vote as much as you can. And for those that can donate directly I would be really thankful for helping us to protect our planet. Doesn't matter how much you can donate, every donation counts. https://support.worldwildlife.org/site/Donation2;jsessionid=00000000.app211a?df_id=14910&14910.donation=form1&autologin=true&s_src=AWE2002EQ18309A03532CX&link=btn1&utm_campaign=amazon-emergency&utm_medium=email&utm_source=appeal&utm_content=190831&NONCE_TOKEN=03848D396CF0895A42B7AECE1440230B
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