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Lords of Nature: Are Predators Key To Our Survival? - Jan 07,2013

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Description: June Stoyer, host of The Organic View Show discusses organics, environment, neonicotinoids, and sustainability. Listen to our other shows: Clean Energy View, The Neonicotinoid View and The NLP View, hosted by Donna Blinston.

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Lords of Nature: Are Predators Key To Our Survival? - Jan 07,2013

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What would happen if your car had no oil or the steering wheel had been removed or you had no more gas? Your car would not function properly and clearly, you would have problems driving. When it comes to nature, every plant, every creature, every micro and macro organism plays its part much in the same way. Human beings are notorious for quickly destroying wildlife for the simple reason being that these creatures are either difficult to cohabitate with or are just a nuisance. It is unfortunate that people are so disconnected with nature and do not see how each creature plays an important role that impacts other creatures (human beings included) “Leading scientists working around the globe are learning that these much feared predators may in fact hold a key to life itself. It is the presence or absence of top predators that affects the health of the entire ecosystem.”-Lords of Nature The Lords of Nature: Life in a Land of Great Predators, is a captivating documentary which tells the story of a science now discovering top carnivores as revitalizing forces of nature, and of a society now learning tolerance for beasts they once banished. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Karen Anspacher-Meyer, Executive Director, Green Fire Productions and Craig Miller, Southwest Representative Defenders of Wildlife. We will also discuss the issues with efforts to minimize the protection offered to these species under The Endangered Species Act. Stay tuned!

Karen Anspacher-Meyer | Lords of Nature | Craig Miller | endangered species | predators



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