This is why captains are buckling down on the manatees manners. If they do not follow the rules, they will have their permit pulled away from the FWC to run their business. FWC has really cracked down on these rules and helped manatees tremendously. This is important not only to save these creatures, but our economy here in Crystal River. Even locals can avoid harassing the manatees, By slowing down and observing the manatees without harassing them.
Another recommendation for Abby would be to share the information to Tom. The information that George is covering-up may affect the decision on whether or not Tom approves the order. It would be unethical for Abby to also withhold this information from Tom. Furthermore Ace Fertilizer should put the employees through ethical training in order to avoid these types of ethical issues in the future. Also, personal relationships with coworkers outside of work should be avoided.
If any species are in endanger, they should be protected by the regulation and provision. What makes the massive conflict on Whaling is that although the Whales are endangered animals, however, in contrast, as the regulation labeled, the Whales were treated as the natural resource historically. Whether the Whale as the natural resource or not, it has to be evaluated carefully based on the scientific research and ethic's point of view. Evaluation of cultural importance is also critical. A Certain level of preserving the culture is essential since Whaling was a part of Japan's history, but actual Whaling may not be necessary for future
My pathos statement many farmers and people will be affected by the loss of water for the project.Pathos is an appeal to emotion,and is a way of convincing an audience of an argument by creating an emotional response.”Friant Water Users Authority decided that settling out of court and giving up some water for salmon was smarter than taking their chances with a federal judge”(2).They want to help the salmon thrive in nature when the opposing side wants to hurt the salmon in order to finish the project.The restoration project is breaking farmers hearts because they want the government to give them the money to make more crops instead of the government using the money for the project.”We need a stimulus water package.We’re going to have dire poverty”(2).If this keeps happening a lot of people will be in poverty from lack of water.We need water in order to survive from dehydration.My side is more superior because the opposing
This information appears to be encouraging the reader not to boycott seafood because the seafood is becoming more and more sustainable. However, the point of the boycott was to stop the hunting of harp seals; if people wanted to support the swilers, they would not boycott in the first place. This becomes red herring information (Henderson, 2013, p. 52) because it takes the focus off seal hunting, and provides irrelevant
I learned a bunch of new things from this presentation. For example: 1) The Magnuson‐Stevens Act (Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act) that deals with the conservation and management of sustainable fisheries in the US waters as well as promotes US commercial fisheries. 2) Presidential Task Force and its recommendations to prevent IUU Fishing, which is a historic step to
We can stop this problem by, not flushing or throwing away unwanted medicine and disposing of unwanted medicine at the proper hazardous waste facilities. Protecting oysters also helps the Bay out tremendously. Oysters filter out the water and purify it. Throughout the Bay there have been oyster farms that are protected by the county to help filter the water. Keeping these vital creatures safe could be the key to saving the Bay.
Though both sites in this study were unlikely to suffer from sewage or industrial pollution (“fair” coral coverage) as they are located very far from major cities (effect from nearby settlements are not apparent), indicating that overfishing is more likely to strongly affect the marine ecosystem in the area. Thus, it is pivotal to address the issue of overfishing as removal of key fish species will often lead to physical break-down of the entire coral reef ecosystem (McClanahan, 1995; Roberts, 1995; McClanahan et al., 1996). It is therefore suggested awareness program be conducted with local residents to reduce demand of fish that has a higher value and could contribute much more economically to them through tourism. Stricter enforcements by the government agencies should be practiced to prevent illegal
Stakeholders such as HORECA and DUPAN labeled eel fishing as a sustainable practice given appropriate measures in catching, restocking and fishing eel. While our stakeholder, the good fish foundation did not recognize any sustainable method in fishing eel, considering its critically endangered status and the uncertainties surrounding the decline in the eel population. These fundamental difference became very apparent during our coalition meeting to set guidelines to improve food safety for consumers, which made finding common ground a time consuming process. In this setting, a mentor could have allowed us acknowledge our differences faster and guided us
However, even if you do not feel that becoming a vegan is something you have the possibility to do, there are still several other things you can think of. First of all, if you have a hard time giving up on fish, make sure that the fish you buy is marked with the Marine Stewardship Council’s (MSC) “Certified sustainable seafood” label. The MSC’s marking is a certificate that guarantees that the fish comes from viable stocks and that is has been caught with minimal impact on the environment. Furthermore, if you cannot for some reason give up on meat either, make sure that the meat is organic at the same time as you think of the size of the portion, the smaller they are, the better. Nobody can do everything, but everyone can do