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why-yes-i-am-an-adult: squirreltastic: skeepeep: This is what billionaires can do with their unlawful amount of money “ Hansjörg Wyss, a billionaire and conservationist, wrote Wednesday in a New York Times op-ed that he will donate the money over the next 10 years through his Wyss Foundation. Lands and waters are best conserved when they become public national parks, wildlife refuges, or marine reserves, Wyss wrote. He aims to help conserve 30% of the Earth in a natural state by 2030.”   “ Wyss previously helped protect wild species on roughly 40 million acres of land and ocean after donating more than $450 million across Africa, South America, North America, and Europe. Wyss is also one of several billionaires to sign the Giving Pledge, a commitment to give away at least half of one’s wealth to charity. “ it just boggles my mind that so many people have ungodly amounts of money and absolutely none of them think of doing things like this, it should be the obvious choice. Imagine having the power in your hands to literally save the world like a real-life superhero and instead just deciding to buy a mansion made of gold or some other useless nonsense. : A Swiss billionaire has donated $1 billion to save the Earth. ladbible.com/news/inspirati.. @a.valid username that was very cash money of vou why-yes-i-am-an-adult: squirreltastic: skeepeep: This is what billionaires can do with their unlawful amount of money “ Hansjörg Wyss, a billionaire and conservationist, wrote Wednesday in a New York Times op-ed that he will donate the money over the next 10 years through his Wyss Foundation. Lands and waters are best conserved when they become public national parks, wildlife refuges, or marine reserves, Wyss wrote. He aims to help conserve 30% of the Earth in a natural state by 2030.”   “ Wyss previously helped protect wild species on roughly 40 million acres of land and ocean after donating more than $450 million across Africa, South America, North America, and Europe. Wyss is also one of several billionaires to sign the Giving Pledge, a commitment to give away at least half of one’s wealth to charity. “ it just boggles my mind that so many people have ungodly amounts of money and absolutely none of them think of doing things like this, it should be the obvious choice. Imagine having the power in your hands to literally save the world like a real-life superhero and instead just deciding to buy a mansion made of gold or some other useless nonsense.

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why-yes-i-am-an-adult: squirreltastic: skeepeep: This is what billionaires can do with their unlawful amount of money “ Hansjörg Wyss, a billionaire and conservationist, wrote Wednesday in a New York Times op-ed that he will donate the money over the next 10 years through his Wyss Foundation. Lands and waters are best conserved when they become public national parks, wildlife refuges, or marine reserves, Wyss wrote. He aims to help conserve 30% of the Earth in a natural state by 2030.”   “ Wyss previously helped protect wild species on roughly 40 million acres of land and ocean after donating more than $450 million across Africa, South America, North America, and Europe. Wyss is also one of several billionaires to sign the Giving Pledge, a commitment to give away at least half of one’s wealth to charity. “ it just boggles my mind that so many people have ungodly amounts of money and absolutely none of them think of doing things like this, it should be the obvious choice. Imagine having the power in your hands to literally save the world like a real-life superhero and instead just deciding to buy a mansion made of gold or some other useless nonsense. : A Swiss billionaire has donated $1 billion to save the Earth. ladbible.com/news/inspirati.. @a.valid username that was very cash money of vou why-yes-i-am-an-adult: squirreltastic: skeepeep: This is what billionaires can do with their unlawful amount of money “ Hansjörg Wyss, a billionaire and conservationist, wrote Wednesday in a New York Times op-ed that he will donate the money over the next 10 years through his Wyss Foundation. Lands and waters are best conserved when they become public national parks, wildlife refuges, or marine reserves, Wyss wrote. He aims to help conserve 30% of the Earth in a natural state by 2030.”   “ Wyss previously helped protect wild species on roughly 40 million acres of land and ocean after donating more than $450 million across Africa, South America, North America, and Europe. Wyss is also one of several billionaires to sign the Giving Pledge, a commitment to give away at least half of one’s wealth to charity. “ it just boggles my mind that so many people have ungodly amounts of money and absolutely none of them think of doing things like this, it should be the obvious choice. Imagine having the power in your hands to literally save the world like a real-life superhero and instead just deciding to buy a mansion made of gold or some other useless nonsense.

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