Sonntag, 31. März 2013

Back to Portugal

Rückkehr auf die alte Quinta in Gambia/Portugal. Töchting Dagmar Quadros.Paukstadt nach 12 Jahren Südafrika back to the roots. Wir sind froh.

Auch Milo ist aus Pretoria nach anstrengender Flugreise dohoam. Aber er f riert bei beneidenswerten 19 Grad :-)))

Samstag, 30. März 2013

Onkel Krischan


Bin jetzt mit Onkel Krischan befreundet
Unbenanntes Album (4 Fotos)

Freitag, 29. März 2013

Kleine Bauern - Große Bosse Video NDR

http://www.ndr.de/fernsehen/sendungen/45_min/videos/minuten875.html

Rettung vor den Klimarettern

http://www.wahrheiten.org/media/pdf/Report_Klimaretter_Klaus_Ermecke_2009

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Mittwoch, 27. März 2013

Newsletter Greenpeace

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Lieber Manfred Paukstadt,
immer wieder machte Shells Arktis-Projekt im vergangenen Jahr mit schweren Pannen Schlagzeilen - nun hat der Ölkonzern mitgeteilt, dass er im Jahr 2013 auf Ölbohrungen im Arktischen Ozean verzichten wird - gezwungenermaßen, wie wir meinen:

Denn beide von Shell gecharterten Bohreinheiten, die Bohrinsel "Kulluk" als auch das Bohrschiff "Noble Discoverer", sind vor Alaska auf Grund gelaufen und dabei beschädigt worden. Derzeit wird die "Noble Discoverer" zu Reparaturarbeiten in eine asiatische Werft transportiert - huckepack auf einem Spezialschiff. Die "Kulluk" soll in Kürze folgen.
Narwale im Arktischen Ozean © Box / Greenpeace
Narwale im Arktischen Ozean
 
Für 2013 gibt Shell auf - eine gute Nachricht für Eisbären, Narwale und Robben. Aber Shell hat dies nicht getan, weil dem Konzern der Schutz des sensiblen Ökosystems und des Klimas am Herzen liegt. Direkt kündigte der Konzern an, sein Arktis-Projekt auch in Zukunft weiterführen zu wollen.

Präsident Obama, entziehen Sie Shell die Genehmigung für Ölbohrungen in der Arktis!

Deshalb gilt jetzt: Wir müssen US-Präsident Barack Obama überzeugen, Shell die Genehmigung für Ölbohrungen in der Arktis zu entziehen! Wegen Verstößen gegen Umwelt- und Sicherheitsauflagen führt die US-Regierung bereits eine Überprüfung von Shells Arktis-Projekt durch.

Ölbohrungen in der Arktis werden niemals ohne Risiko für diese einzigartige Region durchgeführt werden können - weder von Shell noch von einem anderen Ölkonzern.
Präsident Obama kann jetzt die Notbremse ziehen und Ölbohrungen in der Arktis ein für allemal verbieten!

Bitte unterstützen Sie unseren Protest.

Senden auch Sie eine E-Mail an US-Präsident Obama!

Vielen Dank fürs Mitmachen. Wir bleiben dran und halten Sie auf dem Laufenden!

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Montag, 25. März 2013

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Stop long Animal 
Transports

For 15 years, Animals’ Angels has monitored animal transport throughout Europe. We have exposed the brutality of many people handling animals in markets and during transport. We have documented the widespread ignorance of relevant legislation.



Dear friends, here is the new 8hours Newsletter. Entering a new phase of the 8hours campaign, we wanted to present the new initiatives and activities in a format that could reach out to a larger audience, and making it easy to share this information with your contacts.
As you will read, a lot is going on, and even more will happen in the coming months. Please keep supporting 8hours by keeping informed, by signing the Manifesto of Malta (http://www.8hours.eu/manifesto_of_malta/) and by forwarding this information to your friends.
We hope that you will enjoy the new format, please feel free to send us your comments and suggestions to improve it.
 

Adolfo Sansolini
Coordinator
www.8hours.eu


8hours meets Commissioner Borg's Cabinet in Brussels
After the resignation of John Dalli from EU Commissioner for Health and Consumers – the Commissioner responsible for animal welfare in the EU – we put much hope in the new Commissioner. The Maltese government appointed Dr Tonio Borg as Mr Dalli’s successor. The first public statements of Commissioner Borg on live animal transports were very disappointing, because he decided to follow the line of his predecessor, suggesting that enforcement of the existing rules is enough, and that the establishment of an 8-hour limit is not necessary.
We asked for a meeting with Dr Borg, and we got to the point of getting some open letter published in Maltese media, responding to the Commissioner’s statements.
Eventually, on 21 March we had a meeting with Dr Dalli’s Head of Cabinet, Ms Joanna Darmanin, also in view of a meeting that will take place with the Commissioner later in the year. 8hours Co-ordinator Adolfo Sansolini and Animals’ Angels Head of Investigations for Italy presented the results of some investigations carried out by Animals’ Angels over the last few weeks, some proposals aimed at improving enforcement of the existing rules in the short term, and arguments in favour of a review of the legislation, and of the establishment of an 8-hour jouney limit.
We considered the outcome of this meeting positive, as there was an honest and open discussion, and some grounds for cooperation have been identified. Further contacts will follow, and an assessment will be made in due time. We hope that in the coming months the Commissioner will agree that a review of EC Regulation 1/2005 is necessary, and that a maximum 8-hour journey time for animals transported for the purpose of slaughter will be proposed.
In this period we are also having meetings are with government officials of different countries. Some initiatives in that respect will be announced in the due time.

 
Be on the new 8hours website!
For those of you who helped us collect the 1.1 million signatures for 8hours petition, and for those who are organizing events in support of the Manifesto of Malta: please feel free to send in more pictures of you and 8hours in action.

Manifesto of Malta
The Manifesto of Malta has been updated following ex-Commissioner Dalli's resignation and Mr. Tonio Borg's appointment. Please support the Manifesto of Malta's call on the Commissioner responsible for animal welfare in the EU, asking him that he honour his role as EU Commissioner in charge of animal welfare by proposing a review of the rules on the welfare of transported animals.
Please sign the Manifesto online, and print out the petition form to collect your friends’ signatures. Ask your Members of Parliament and Members of European Parliament to support the Manifesto. Petitions are available in 14 European languages now, click here to find out : 

Open letter on the Maltese Media
In view of the general election held in the country on 9 March, Animals' Angels wrote an open letter to Maltese voters and political parties informing them on the lack of action of the European Commission on long-distance animal transport, asking political leaders to support the 8-hour limit, and voters to take note of the candidates’ statements on this issue. Here you can find Animals' Angels' response to Commissioner Borg's claim that progress has been achieved:  

Text of the Animals' Angels' Letter to the Editor published by the Sunday Times of Malta
Investigations
In September 2012 Animals' Angels investigators trailed trucks that were transporting lactating cows from Germany and the Netherlands to the United Kingdom. These transports by sea - or ferry crossing - range at an average of 11 hours excluding embarkation and disembarkation. Until now, lactating cows have been transported from the Netherlands to the UK by ferry on a weekly basis. Recent investigations have shown  that these cows were not milked within the intervals as required by the law. Following Animals' Angels' complaints, the Dutch authority has decided to stop permitting the transport of lactating cows to the UK by ferry. We hope that Germany will follow suit.

Just over a week ago, Animals' Angels and local police observed Irish livestock arriving by ferry in the port of Cherbourg (France), after a journey that took over 18 hours. By law, unweaned calves, weanlings and young bulls should have been unloaded and allowed a 24-hour rest. Five triple-decker trucks carrying these young animals were found to have violated the law by travelling overtime, excessive loading density and not allowing sufficient rest for the exhausted animals, some of which had to be put down.

The Dutch truck transporting lactating cows, while embarking on a ferry to the UK in September 2012



one of the fourteen triple-decker trucks transporting unweaned calves coming off the ferry from Rosslare, Ireland, to Cherbourg, France
Export of live animals
For years Animals' Angels have monitored the live export of animals destined for slaughter and breeding from the EU to Third Countries.
In last week's landmark vote on the Common Agricultural Policy reform, the European Parliament plenary failed to support the scrapping of export refunds for breeding cattle to third countries. Export refunds provide substantial economic incentives to promote some long-distance transports of live animals, and the longer the journey, the more suffering!


Read more about what Animals´ Angels do on the website: http://www.animals-angels.com/


Transport of bulls from Slovakia to Turkey, death onboard before reaching the Turkish border

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