Any fur garments that have a price value lower than $150 are allowed to be unlabeled. Therefore, products that have any type of fur trim or detail (merchandise that comes from China or Canada) can easily get into countries that do not allow it, “leaving consumers in the dark as to whether they are buying faux or animal fur” the Humane Society of the United States claimed. This so-called loophole is cheating the system and giving these countries exactly what they did not want. These Labeling Laws were not working and needed to be acted on to improve the banning and false labeling before it got wor... ... middle of paper ... ...ered, “If the garments don’t sell within six months send me an email and I can send labels that say mink.” Before the laws were strengthened requiring all fur merchandise be labeled correctly, mislabeling was occurring frequently. Consumers in countries that banned certain furs were unknowingly purchasing items with false marketing.
Not only that, but the ... ... middle of paper ... ...tivists are hoping for, especially when these threats are aimed at families and children. Salmon, like most of the tiny Idaho towns, is centered on family and community, and its residents do not take kindly to having either endangered; no child's life is worth than of an animal, no matter how beautiful, noble or majestic that animal may be. Besides, a good number of Idaho's population took Hunter's Education by the age of 12. The owner of the Savage Grill, Dave Larson, said the majority of the protests were coming from those who lived out of state, and "who don't have a clue what we do here or how we live here.” Truth is, Larson is right; the activists most likely do not know how Idahoans live or what Idahoans do, and this lack of knowledge about a state, an area, a way of life, as well as the Wolf and Coyote Derby, has turned a tiny Idaho town into a battleground.
They are concerned with the principles of right and wrong behavior, as well as the goodness and badness of human character. Their basis is understandable, as the slaughtering of animals can be seen as inhumane in the public eye. Over the years we have evolved in our way of respectful treatment of animals, and learned to put aside our superior status. However, the perspective of the European Union is narrow minded, as they do not take into account how seals are required in Inuit survival. “The ban on seal products adopted in the European Union was a political decision that has no basis in fact or science,” said by Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade.
The dramatic collapse of the fish population was of the regarding reasons the use of modern technology, mismanagement of the government and overfishing. To begin, fishing was done on a renewable basis by waiting until the fish were migrating and selected the fish they wanted. However, today both coasts of Canada’s fishery does not exist mainly due to the fact, after the 1950’s the new use of technology such as violent new boats with radar that have a electronic navigation systems and sonar allowed fisherman to follow the fish to their homes even in winter. This caused fisherman to fish year round, day and night, even in ice to the homes of fish. In addition, the use of huge nets also swept up many non-commercial species or commercial fish so young that they should have been left in the ocean to reproduce.
Then the new questions appear: is the hunt still necessary, why the government of Denmark cannot provide a better lifestyle to its people, why such a cruelty still exists today. Based on the research, the whale hunting should be banned because it is dangerous to people’s health, it is outdated tradition, and it is a cruel act. One of the main reasons why the whale hunting should be banned on Faroe Islands is due to the effects that the whale meat has on the health of the humans who regularly eat it. Many research projects showed that excessive consumption of sea food can decrease cognitive abilities due to the presence of methyl mercury, a toxic pollutant, in the marine food. The population of Faroe Island depends heavily on marine resources.
In addition, Ontario residents who already owned a pit bull terrier prior to the ban were required to neuter and muzzle their animals. Such policies against this breed of animal are not unprecedented. In fact, similar laws are already in place in Britain, France and Germany. In Canada, Winnipeg has had a ban against pit bull terriers in place for 20 years (Ontario passes ban on pit bulls, 2005). Ontario and other regions have imposed these sanctions because the evidence clearly indicates that pit bull terriers pose a much higher than average risk to people.
In the state parks and forest preserves the government decides to hire sharpshooters, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing besides the outrageous amount of money it costs to take out just one deer. Shutting down the parks in the winter months when deer season is in and opening them to deer hunters would be the better thing to do. It creates revenue for the state and produces meat for the hunters that harvest a deer which maintains the herd’s population. Many hunters rely on deer meat to survive while some people just want horns. Hiring sharpshooters and biologists is not the way to go about harvesting these deer.
People need something to use to hunt defend them and their families, taking that away leave’s the people in Canada vulnerable. Here are some arguments for the defense; if fire-arms were to be completely illegal in Canada it would dramatically reduce all the gun related crimes` to the bare minimum. Fire-arms are the third leading cause to death among young people in Canada. However completely removing fire-arms in Canada is just like ... ... middle of paper ... ...n of this free country do not have any chance to access them. Kids are obviously not smart enough to completely know what a gun can possible do to someone and even there family.
Reuniting the Grey Wolf In 1914 the United States Congress approved the funding to destroy wolves. Many of the Government bounty hunters decided to help farmers to protect there livestock from the destructive creatures. Sixty years later the wolves are considered as endangered. In 1973 the United State Congress passed another law (Endangered Species Act) this act stated that all endangered species could not be killed by anyone or they would face a fine of one thousand dollars and as much as one year in jail. So many organizations started programs to help the wild life one of which was called the Wolf Recovery Program.
Wildlife population and health is at a prime due to hunting. When Europeans first arrived on American soil, they learned to hunt from the Native Americans. They fed their families with venison, and clothed them with the hide from the deer. There was no bag limit for deer so they eventually killed off most deer. After that they restored the white-tailed deer population and the deer were overpopulated.