History of the Problem
Jaguars are in danger due to humans and human actions. One of only three male jaguars who have recently been spotted in the US was killed by a hunter hired by a rancher. The problem is systemic; humans who depend on the land (land that is already degraded due to previous generational use) are at odds with nature due to an extractive model of land use.
The World Today
Trash, pollution, deforestation, and extinction are destroying the very ecosystem that gives us life. Things are so bad that Sustainable is seen as radical and out of reach, but sustainable is too short a reach. We must reach for Regenerative in all we do! This is your opportunity to join us and get involved.
The jaguar is at risk due to people. This is not a condemnation of the individuals. Ranchers and farmers are some of the noblest people on earth. However, the methods commonly used are not sustainable and are definitely not regenerative. In these rural areas there are few economic opportunities, so much so that most young people move away to the cities or north in search of the “American Dream”. It’s a nightmare!