Why do we care so much about savanna grasslands?
Hacker News users have a lot of questions about how the grasslands they care about are getting preserved.
Here are some answers to some of them.1.
They’re being left out.
The savanna, like many of the plants, is being wiped out in a few places.
The federal government has declared a national monument in the U.S. that includes about 3.8 million acres of national parkland, which covers nearly one-third of the U,S.2.
They aren’t being properly managed.
The Great Plains restoration program, which helps to preserve some of the world’s largest grasslands for future generations, was created to make sure that the areas that the program was created for would not be destroyed.
But the programs aren’t working in many places, and that’s leading to more and more areas being lost.3.
They were neglected.
A lot of the Great Plains has been devastated by the effects of climate change.
Many of the grassland species have been killed by drought, or by the destruction of the wetlands by farmers.
Some of those species have died off in some places because of climate, but many have not.4.
The species are being taken out.
For example, the savanna is losing its trees because they’re being cut down and burned for wood.
It’s not the species that are being lost, but what’s left of them, especially in places like the Great Lakes.5.
They haven’t been adequately cared for.
The land is being lost by people who don’t know how to care for it.
They often put it on the backs of cattle or the backs, shoulders or sides of vehicles, and then throw it out or destroy it.
The same goes for the grasses.
These aren’t the types of things that will be easy to clean up.6.
They don’t get the attention they deserve.
People are not paying enough attention to the species.
We’ve already seen that in some cases.
There is a lot more focus on the native species and less on the nonnative ones.
That means less attention is being paid to the savannas.
And there’s also a lot less attention to their habitats.7.
They won’t survive in a warmer world.
Many species of grasses can survive in cold climates, but they don’t do that very well.
We haven’t seen them do very well in the climate-change-induced drought.
And the ones that do survive are often small and weak.
They can’t handle the stresses of drought.
They are also susceptible to disease, especially invasive pathogens, so they can become invasive.8.
They need to be protected.
The grasslands are the last of their kind.
They’ve been here for hundreds of thousands of years, and it’s going to be hard to turn them over to agriculture and industry in the future.
They should be protected as much as possible.9.
They make you uncomfortable.
When people see the savannah, they often think of the desert, which is where the desert is.
But they don and don’t think of what’s happening on the savanas.
There are a lot people who come out and they see the landscape, and they think it’s beautiful, but when you get out into the field you don’t see much.
But people see them, and when they walk through the savas they feel that they are being watched.10.
They have nothing to do with the world.
They may have a few species, but there are no other savanna plants that are used for food, or that they grow in.
We have to find a new way to get our agricultural practices going, so that we can get those species back in the landscape.11.
They’ll be gone in a generation.
Many times, they will be gone within the next few decades.
If we don’t have something to plant, the grass will die.
We need to find new ways to manage the landscape so that it can withstand our changing climate.