Help deal with consequences of war on Lebanese wildlife

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War has a devastating impact on humans and wildlife. The direct and indirect effects of war can cause population displacement, habitat destruction, wildlife population declines and even species extinction.

In 2006, the war in Lebanon had a significant impact on its environment, including contamination of soil, water and air, widespread fires, and decline in the populations of many species of plants and animals.

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The effects of war on wildlife can be long-lasting. It can take many years for ecosystems to recover from the damage caused by war. In some cases, the damage may be irreparable.

What can you do to protect wildlife from the effects of war?

  • Support organizations working to protect wildlife in war zones
  • Advocate for peace and diplomacy to prevent future war
  • Educate family and friends around you about the impact of war on wildlife





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