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Watch out for climate heroe, Nathalia JMag a Colombian-American contemporary fashion designer who believes in sustainable and ethical approaches to fashion. She is passionate about conserving the environment and protecting animals and people because she believes that fashion doesn’t have to hurt. She studied fashion design at Framingham State University, graduating in 2016, and has been a professional fashion designer since then. She has participated in many fashion shows including Helsinki Fash-ion week which was named as the first sustainable fashion week by Vogue. She also curates fashion shows that feature other emerging designers. JMag is a lumi-nary at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and was part of Project Runway Sea-son 15. She is currently getting a Masters degree at RISD in Nature Culture and Sustainability. She uses natural dyes such as turmeric, chooses the most sustainable fabrics available to her and upcycles old clothing to give them new life. She also uses a zero-waste design approach to create the least waste possible while producing garments. Everything sold on this website is Made to Order therefore not creating excess stock. These are a few ways in which Nathalia JMag is ethical and sustainable. Every piece is Made to Order so please allow your order 4-6 weeks to ship after ordering. https://nathaliajmag.com @nathaliajmaglabel @nathaliajmag #endangeredspecies

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Taronga Zoo Sydney

These are called White-Cheeked Gibbons. Gibbons live in the evergreen tropical rainforests and monsoon forests of Laos, Vietnam and southern China. They are arboreal (tree-dwelling) in nature and spend most of their time in the forest canopy. This species is critically endangered, and their numbers have declined by 80 percent or more over the past 45 years, primarily due to habitat loss and poaching. Brachiation refers to the manner in which gibbons move through trees. Using their long fingers to hook over a branch, they swing forward and grasp the next branch with the other hand. In this manner, gibbons may reach speeds of 56 kph (35 mph) while traversing threes that may be up to 15m (50 ft) in distance apart. Gibbons have the longest arm length relative to body size of any primate. Gibbons are among the 6 percent of primate species that are monogamous (a form of relationship in which an individual has only one partner during their lifetime). @tarongazoo @wwf @thewcs @mikeholston @wildlifephoto.nature #endangeredspecies

Sukau Rainforest Lodge

Another of the "Borneo big 5", the Proboscis Monkey. On the endangered list this is an alpha male with a large nose on a river crossing with about 15 others. . . . species

Reposted from @markshepherdphd - Got a pic of this Red ruffed lemur in the lowland rainforest of eastern madagascar. They are supposedly only found on the Masoala Peninsula, however they have been transported to a number of reserves where they can be seen. They are the most fruit loving of the lemurs with 75%-90% of their diet made up of fruit. The rest of their diet is leaves, flowers and nectar. They listed as endangered by the IUCN, primarily due to habitat loss and some hunting. #endangeredspecies . .

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96 elephants are killed on earth every single day. As icons of the Africa continent, elephants are mega-gardeners that boost the health of the ecosystem maintaining Africa’s diverse habitats. Forests of Africa depend on elephants for seed dispersal. These beautiful animals are known for their intelligent and for being able to express joy, anger, grief, love, and compassion. Their highly developed social structure is amazing. 35 000 elephants were slaughtered in 2017. - WHY ARE THEY KILLED : Elephants are brutally slaughtered for their ivory. The demand for ivory to make decorative items and jewelry is pushing elephants . . πŸŽ₯ Repost @mlorentz23 . . #endangeredspecies

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