Barack Obama: More than a politician was a faithful lover of conservation and scientific research

It is simple to speak of Barack Obama as an excellent politician, analytic, statesman and very human; But at the same time it is very important to remember that in the history of the United States of America no president before showed so much love and dedication for the provision plus the protection of natural spaces inside and outside the United States.

His departure was not really something that the world liked and especially the American people, but it was inevitable because democracy requires transition. However, many will remember that in addition to being a politician, he was a faithful lover of conservation and scientific research. His charisma, the tastes he had for sci-fi films were a part of the great love he felt and demonstrated in his eight years as president of scientific research, which was reflected in the history of humanity with The nine (9) species that were discovered and named after him.

Climate change replaced Russia, China and North Korea; Who historically represented themselves as the number one enemy of the United States and humanity. Space exploration by the Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA) and underwater by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOA). A great example is found in Holotype de Tosanoides – A fish found at a depth of 90 m at Kure Atoll, Northwest Hawaiian Islands.

The expansion of funding for sustainable projects worldwide, the expansion of reserves in the United States and the broad support for agricultural projects in parts of Africa is another achievement. Well, really, a few tears would look good on their game as they could water the zones affected by climate change and remind us that it is always the time to do good and try to change our world.

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