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WasserWende, thoughts on increasing water scarcity in Europe.
In my new series of photographs, I aim to draw urgent attention to the growing problem of water scarcity in Europe. Through my artistic perspective, I seek to inspire viewers to reflect upon the significance of water and recognize the current challenges our continent faces.
"WasserWende" not only addresses a pressing issue but also serves as a reminder that together we can bring about change. By raising awareness about water scarcity and taking action to combat it, we can contribute to securing a sustainable future for Europe and future generations.
The photographs from my series "WasserWende" are now available for download on my image accounts. You can find the images through the links provided in the top-right corner of my website or simply scan the QR codes.
Tragic Incident Involving Fencing Wire - An Appeal for the Protection of Our Wildlife.
I would like to discuss with you today a profoundly regrettable event that shook our area yesterday. In an email from our game warden, I learned that one of our deer met a tragic end. It got entangled in a fencing wire and suffered a miserable demise. This incident compels us to reflect upon the hazards posed by these wires to our wildlife and to urgently take action.
Undoubtedly, electric fencing wires are widely used in modern livestock farming. Their utilization allows farmers to erect cost-effective enclosures around their cattle pastures. However, the price our wildlife pays for this convenience is much too steep. These wires pose a serious threat to the creatures inhabiting our surroundings.
It is frustrating that the reluctance of some livestock keepers to build adequate and safer fences around their farms results in such tragic losses. Our wildlife is an integral part of our ecosystem and deserves the best possible protection. It is our responsibility to ensure that they cangers.
Given these circumstances, I would like to propose that we join forces to advocate for a ban on electric fencing wires. The time has come to raise awan live freely in their natural habitat without being exposed to such avoidable d areness among livestock owners about the dire consequences their choices can have for our wildlife. This might entail legislative changes or stricter regulations limiting or prohibiting the use of these wires.
Let's stand up for the sustainable coexistence of livestock and wildlife. Only together can we ensure that such tragic incidents become a thing of the past, allowing our wildlife to live in peace.
With sorrowful😥thoughts for the lost deer and hope for a brighter future for our wildlife,
Edgar G. Biehle
For the world you were only a dog, but for me you were my little world. Thank you for the fifteen years that I was allowed to spend with you. I still miss you. 29.06.2003 - 23.07.2018