Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Help Protect the Caribbean Coast from Mega-Resorts

Two mega-resorts are putting one of the Caribbean's last great unprotected areas at risk. The Northeast Ecological Corridor (NEC), on the eastern corner of the mainland of Puerto Rico, is home to many tropical habitats and endangered species.
You can help protect the Corridor, its endangered sea turtles, coral reefs, and other natural habitats! The government of Puerto Rico will soon vote on a bill that would designate the NEC a nature reserve. This would ensure protection for this extraordinary area once and for all.
Send an email! Urge Puerto Rico's Senate to support House Bill 2105 and protect the NEC and its ecological wealth.

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