Protect Cetacea Migration Pathways

by Natasha Morley

Protect Cetacea Migration Pathways

by Natasha Morley
Natasha Morley
Case Owner
OceanLove Foundation - Founder, Director
Closed
on 14th November 2020
£40
pledged of £1,908 target from 2 pledges
Natasha Morley
Case Owner
OceanLove Foundation - Founder, Director

Latest: Dec. 20, 2020

"Cetaceans are suffering throughout the world"

"Cetaceans are suffering throughout the world as their natural prey becomes scarce, as noise pollution from human enterprise increases, as boat traffic impacts their migration patterns, and as t…

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My name is Natasha Morley - OceanLove Foundation, Founder and Director.                 

I am asking for your contribution to fund OceanLove Foundation's initial legal fees to protect and install Cetacea Migration Pathways as part of reducing Cetacea strandings.

My Case

These fees are for the initial draft under the current law relating to cetaceans in the UK, the EU and any global agreement.

This initial draft will include any opportunities against breaches under the current law and to improve laws in the UK, EU and international institutions.

We need your support: please contribute and share this page now!

Next Step

This will be the initial legal preparation to bring together all the opportunities against breaches under the current law, in the UK, the EU and international institutions, in preparation to protect and install Cetacea Migration Pathways in the UK, the EU, the USA, their oversea territorials and global agreements. We will then give legal instruction against all International Institutions who are at breach with the law.

The final step will give legal instruction to all International Institutions to protect and install Cetacea Migration Pathways.

How much are we raising and why?

We intend to instruct David Thomas and his partner Edie Bowles at Advocates for Animals. The fee for the initial service is £1800. The law firm is a not-for-profit and works remotely to reduce overheads, therefore is far less than commercial law.

CrowdJustice 3% fee £54 + 3% processing fee £54. Total £1908 + £0,20p taxes per pledge. 


Thank you

Natasha Morley

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Update 2

Natasha Morley

Dec. 20, 2020

"Cetaceans are suffering throughout the world"

"Cetaceans are suffering throughout the world as their natural prey becomes scarce, as noise pollution from human enterprise increases, as boat traffic impacts their migration patterns, and as their habitats become more polluted.
We must all do everything we can to protect these magnificent animals and in so doing we will protect the oceans and ourselves."  Monday 19th Oct. 20' as addressed by JMCousteau Jean-Michel Cousteau's Ocean Futures to NMorley OceanLove Foundation


Update 1

Natasha Morley

Nov. 20, 2020

Donation Links

Our social media charity donation button will be up very soon, this will come in replacement of CrowdJustice https://www.facebook.com/OceanLoveFoundation/ 

We will let you know when it is up. Thank you for supporting protect the cetacean migration pathways.

Donate https://www.oceanlove.org/donations/    https://www.oceanlove.org/contact-us/

https://www.facebook.com/OceanLoveFoundation/      https://www.facebook.com/OceanLoveGroup/                                                                




                                                                  

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