Tuesday, May 10, 2016

27,000 Signatures in One Week!


According to an article in Civil Beat, the Obama administration sent a delegation to Hawaii this week to meet with stakeholders, including Native Hawaiians, scientists, local fishermen and the conservation community, who presented cultural and scientific evidence to support expanding the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument to fully protect the cultural, historical, and biological significance of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.

And guess what?  Mike Coots was one of the people asked to attend one of the sessions!


Mike personally handed your signatures to government officials representing the Obama administration!  There is still time to sign the petition and add your voice to the chorus calling for the expansion of the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument.  Please click here to sign the petition, and don't forget to share, tweet, and post it all across the Internet!

3 comments:

Frederick Guyton said...

It's wonderful when you see so many people who have encouraged this event. I will sign this petition now and I hope a lot of people will do it. This service custom essay writing will help in making a good report about it.

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This is a great cause to stand with! Protecting the creatures of the world from a horrible fate, we need to care for our fellow animals! This is just absolutely brutal on the poor fish!

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