What Koko The Gorilla Says in LESS than 2 min. HUMANITY needs to Take EXTREMELY SERIOUSLY!

Mother Nature: If we lose her, we lose our self.

Our food, our water, our livelihoods — they all come from nature. But we’re taking more than our share.

What’s more, we’re destroying our best defense against a changing climate — because nature itself is at the heart of the most immediate and effective solutions to curbing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing our resilience to extreme weather events.

The challenges facing nature’s oceans, rivers and forests affect us all — and saving nature is the only way to save ourselves.

The campaign is coming from a French NGO called Noe and it states “#NatureSeeYou”.

Julia Roberts, Liam Neeson and Harrison Ford also did something similar which helped raise awarness on different subjects as well.

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  1. Laura A Vognar

    December 7, 2015 at 3:19 am

    I’d like to know from experts on anthropology and language whether the controversy surrounding whether Koko, and other gorillas being trained to use language are speaking from their own agency, or are just trained. Because I know in learning theory psychology and a documentary I viewed in an anthropology course that they were unsure if it was just behavior training or communication. Does that make sense? Some say true “learning” is different than conditioning.

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