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Environmental Conservation & Ecological Organisations
 
Most conservation and ecological organisations are non profit section 21 companies whose aim is to benefit future generations by protecting the planet today. The same is true of governmental departments in the ministry of tourism specialising in eco-tourism. It is no secret that most foreigners come to South Africa to see the big five animals at the 20 000 square kilometer Kruger National Park. This untamed land is set aside by government for the conversation of the natural landscape that makes up a big part of the country. With other wildlife foundations and national sites like Table Mountain drawing in the tourism budget, it makes sense to maintain these inherited sites. The South African National Parks (SANParks) are the foremost governmental organisations that are responsible for maintaining the national heritage of our sites. This is followed by other parks boards and societies for animal safety.

This comes as poachers pose the greatest threat to our natural environment for a measly sum compared to the sentimental value they destroy. Both media and governmental organisations, however, have taken the fight of illegal trading in ivory, to the criminals. The need to preserve our environment also stretches out to sea as the South African police do all they can to prevent the distribution of abalone. This comes as the world realsies that if we don’t take care of the planet today, via conservation, then the planet would not be able to take care of our children tomorrow.

For more information on environmental conservation and ecological organisations consult our Yellowpages website.
 
Environmental Conservation & Ecological Organisations
 
Most conservation and ecological organisations are non profit section 21 companies whose aim is to benefit future generations by protecting the planet today. The same is true of governmental departments in the ministry of tourism specialising in eco-tourism. It is no secret that most foreigners come to South Africa to see the big five animals at the 20 000 square kilometer Kruger National Park. This untamed land is set aside by government for the conversation of the natural landscape that makes up a big part of the country. With other wildlife foundations and national sites like Table Mountain drawing in the tourism budget, it makes sense to maintain these inherited sites. The South African National Parks (SANParks) are the foremost governmental organisations that are responsible for maintaining the national heritage of our sites. This is followed by other parks boards and societies for animal safety.

This comes as poachers pose the greatest threat to our natural environment for a measly sum compared to the sentimental value they destroy. Both media and governmental organisations, however, have taken the fight of illegal trading in ivory, to the criminals. The need to preserve our environment also stretches out to sea as the South African police do all they can to prevent the distribution of abalone. This comes as the world realsies that if we don’t take care of the planet today, via conservation, then the planet would not be able to take care of our children tomorrow.

For more information on environmental conservation and ecological organisations consult our Yellowpages website.
 
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