Bushmeat trade in open markets or even in the streets in a number West African countries, despite the ban of the authorities. Poachers say they are poor people, they need to feed the family, and the forest has always been their bread-winner. As a result of rare gorillas and other wild animals on the brink destruction. International Days of the week The past week was extremely rich in international festivals, most relevant to .21 March at the world marks the International Day of the forest, which was founded in 1971. Since its inception on March 21 every year in many countries around the world held events aimed at protecting forests on Earth. The main objective of the International Day of the forest – increase awareness of our planet’s inhabitants about the importance of forest ecosystems, their protection, regeneration, and recovery.
22 March – World Water Day, which was approved by the un General Assembly in resolution 47/193 of 22 February 1993. Water – the most common compound on Earth. Although 70% of the earth’s surface is covered with water, 97,5% – is salt water. Of the remaining 2.5% fresh water, nearly 68.7% – frozen water ice caps and glaciers. Only one percent of total water resources of the planet available for human use. In the twentieth century, water use increased six-fold, and more than twice the rate of population growth. That is why before the world Public acute faced the problem of water resources, and that was the beginning of the annual World Water Day. Theme of this year and the World Water Day – ‘Water and sanitation.
” March 22 – Baltic Sea Day. Decision on the annual celebration of Day of the Baltic Sea was adopted at the 17 th meeting of the Convention (HELCOM) in 1986. Since then, every year, on March 22, along with the World Water Day, celebrated another a ‘water’ holiday – Day of the Baltic morya.23 March is World Meteorological Day – the professional holiday hydrometeorologists the entire planet. This day every year since 1961, celebrated worldwide meteorological community. As the old English proverb: ‘Weather – an eternal subject for conversation. If it were not for the weather, then four out of ten Britons would not know how to start a conversation. “.