We know enough now that we can say anytime we spill light into the sky, we're putting animals and wildlife at risk, and we're probably putting ourselves at risk.
What does WAR stand for?
WAR stands for Wildlife at Risk
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We have 89 other meanings of WAR in our Acronym Attic
- Weapons and Rage (gaming)
- Web Application Archive
- Web Application Repository
- Web Archive
- Week Ahead Report (California Office of Emergency Services)
- Weekly Activity Report
- What A Relief
- White Aryan Resistance
- Wide Angle Reflection
- Wide Area Radio
- Willing, Able and Ready
- Wins above Replacement (baseball)
- Wireless Access Revolution
- Wireless Advanced Router (various companies)
- With All Risks
- Within Arms Reach
- Women Accepting Responsibility
- Women Against Rape
- Women Against Risk (Harm Reduction Project)
- Women's Army Rugby (US Military Academy; West Point, NY)
Samples in periodicals archive:
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The polar bear, furry face of wildlife at risk from climate change, now looks as if it may have been around long enough to have survived past warm spells.
They put birds, pets, farm animals and marine wildlife at risk of being choked or suffocated.
Anyone who flouts these controls places the public, pet animals and wildlife at risk.
Dumped rubbish is an eyesore and a hazard to society, putting children and wildlife at risk.
And a BBC spokeswoman insisted last night: "The One Show team would never put any wildlife at risk.
Waste crime puts human health and wildlife at risk - and undermines the legitimate waste companies who do things by the book and safeguard the environment.
RECORD levels of plastic litter are blighting our beaches and putting wildlife at risk.