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Planetary Concerns

An online space providing information, products and resources  focusing on helping you as an individual  reduce your own individual environmental footprint. 

We also explore ways to improve and protect the lives of animals 

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Deeply troubled by the ongoing destruction of the environment and the treatment of animal lives that some consider to be less important than our own, Planetary Concerns was established by Diana Pampling in 2019.

This is an online space where you can find information regarding animal and environmental issues, and  learn to take individual steps that create positive changes in our world.

We provide  practical support as you strive to live your best life and reduce your carbon footprint on our planet.

Which future will we choose?

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The constant news about climate change, environmental pollution, deforestation and the increasing numbers of animal extinctions can be overwhelming.

You might think it is hopeless, and that nothing you could do will make any difference, so why bother?

Never underestimate the difference one person can make.

The combined small actions of many people is exactly what this world needs.

“Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does.” 

William James

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Positive Planetary Actions

“Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.” ― Maya Angelou

Political Activism for Animal Welfare

Campaigning for the rights of the disenfranchised through a proper advocacy channel, animal-based political parties are powerful and have the necessary tools to drive change.

By voicing support for animal rights, a political party  together with many other animal rights groups promotes a greater awareness of the issues.  This will hopefully translate to better conditions for all animals and reduce animal abuse and suffering.


Live Export Ban for New Zealand

The live export industry in New Zealand are unhappy with the ban and no doubt will try to overturn the decision. The fact that they will have two years to do so makes this a distinct possibility

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