Tell China to enforce more laws to protect Chinese tigers and to ban tiger parts trade.

Publié le par Isabella-Vegan-♥

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This underground business can no longer continue.
Unfortunately, a lack of strong, consistent enforcement negates efforts to protect the tigers, such as the law banning the use of tiger parts in medicine.

Wildlife organizations are also calling for a reduction in commercial captive breeding operations.
Tiger farms encourage the illegal trade by funneling tiger products into the black market. Captive-bred tigers lack fear of other tigers and humans, making them easy targets for poachers
They're also notoriously cruel operations.
In Guilin, more than 1000 tigers live in very sad conditions : in those farms, tigers crammed several to one small cage, others live in concrete enclosures with only a slit window for exposure to the outdoors, many are starving.


It's not worth it for the farm owners to invest in the tigers' basic needs, like food or vet care, because they're worth more dead than alive.

By letting them die slow deaths, they can slip into a loophole in Chinese law that allows the sale of parts from tigers that have died "naturally" in captivity.

The wild tiger population must be preserved because it cannot be replaced.

It is why during summer 2009 , all 171 countries represented at the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species Conference (CITES) agreed that the tiger trade should be banned.

In the Year of the Tiger  : China’s tigers need your help.

 

 

 

+++ BLOCK OF EMAIL ADDRESSES AND SEND THE  LETTER TO CHINA OFFICIALS (this Change Petition can only do three emails).

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ALL EMAILS IN ONE BLOCK-

info@cppcc.gov.cn, info@china.org.cn, webmaster@china.org.cn, wandi@china.org.cn, english@npc.gov.cn, webmaster@agri.gov.cn, sjz@ccnt.gov.cn, webmaster@mfa.gov.cn, manage@moh.gov.cn, nyt02@163.net, wstj3@shaanxi.gov.cn, wzh@shaanxiwj.cn, tszx@hanzhong.gov.cn, web@hanzhong.gov.cn, master@heihe.gov.cn, hhjwxx@public.ba.hl.cn, webmaster@hlj.gov.cn, chinamission_un@fmprc.gov. cn, ChinaMissionU@Gmail.com, chinaemb_ca@mfa.gov.cn

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CONTACT :
THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA OFFICIALS

His Excellency, Hu Jintao
President of the People's Republic of China

9 Xihuang-Chenggen Beijie; Beijing 100032, China
email: info@cppcc.gov.cn, info@china.org.cn
SOURCE: www.cppcc.gov.cn, english.gov.cn

His Excellency Mr. Wen Jiabao
Premier of the State Council
Guowuyuan 9 Xihuangchenggenbeijie
Beijingshi 100032, People's Republic of China
fax: 86-10-6-512-5810

China Internet Information Center
[the authorized government portal site to China]
6th Floor, Building B, 89 Xi Sanhuan Bei Lu
Beijing 100089, China
ph: 86-10-8882 8258; fax: 86-10-8882 8331
email: webmaster@china.org.cn, wandi@china.org.cn
web mail: service.china.org.cn/link/wcm/comments_e
SOURCE: www.china.org.cn/e-logo/about.htm

National People's Congress (NPC)
of People's Republic of China
No. 23, Xijiaominxiang, Xicheng District
Beijing 100805, People's Republic of China
email: english@npc.gov.cn
SOURCE: www.npc.gov.cn/englishnpc/iframe/contact_us.htm

Ministry of Agriculture of People's Republic of
of China
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Minister Du Qinglin
No.11 Nongzhanguan Nanli, Chaoyang District
Beijing, China (100026)
ph: (86-10) 6419-3366; fax: (86-10) 6419-2468
email: webmaster@agri.gov.cn
website: www.agri.gov.cn/

Ministry of Culture of People's Republic of China
Minister Sun Jiazheng
No.10 Chaoyanf Men Beidajie, Dongchen District
Beijing, China (100020)
ph: (86-10) 6555-1432; fax: (86-10) 6555-1433
email: sjz@ccnt.gov.cn
website: www.ccnt.gov.cn/

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of People's Republic of
China

Minister Li Zhaoxing
No. 2, Chaoyangmen Nandajie; Beijing, China (100701)
ph: (86-10) 6596-1114; email: webmaster@mfa.gov.cn
website: www.fmprc.gov.cn/chn/index.html

Ministry of Health of People's Republic of China,
Minister Wu Yi
No.1 Xizhimenwai Nanlu, Xicheng District
Beijing, China (100044)
ph: (86-10) 6879-4049; fax: (86-10) 6831-3669
email: manage@moh.gov.cn
website: www.moh.gov.cn/

ALL MINISTRIES: www.mac.doc.gov/china/Ministries.html

PROVINCE & CITY GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS
Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Bureau: nyt02@163.net

+++CHINESE EMBASSY IN UNITED STATES
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
Embassy of the People's Republic of China
2300 Connecticut Ave. NW
Washington DC 20008
ph: 1+ 202-328-2500
fax: 1+ 202-232-7855
email: chinaembassy_us@fmprc.gov.cn
SOURCE: us.china- embassy.org/eng/

CHINESE EMBASSIES STATIONED IN OTHER COUNTRIES:
www.travelchinaguide.com/embassy/embassy_list.htm
www.fmprc.gov.cn/eng/wjb/zwjg/2490/default.htm

Permanent Mission of China to the United Nations
350 East 35th Street
New York, NY 10016
ph: 212-655-6100
fax: 212-634-762
email: chinamission_un@fmprc.gov.cn, ChinaMissionUN@Gmail.com

SOURCE: www.mfa.gov.cn/ce/ceun/eng/dbtxx/lxwm/

PLS SIGN also:

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/13/help-save-and-protect-the-chinese-tigers

 

Thank you.

 

Isabella

 

My VIDEO : http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xdhm1b_save-the-tigers-in-china_animals

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