The Founder of Fondation Franz Weber

Posted: December 23, 2013 in Uncategorized



What a great story I have from this site:

Franz Weber is an environmental activist, author, and animal rights activist who is most-known for his conservation work in the seventies and eighties, as well founding Fondation Franz Weber, a non-profit organization dedicated to the protection and preservation of the environment and the wild life. Throughout his career, Franz has established a reputation for being one of the most significant names in the field of environmental activism, having spearheaded successful environmental campaigns around the world.


A true champion of animal welfare and environmental conservation, Franz has received numerous accolades and recognitions for his work. Among these include being named as Delphi’s “Citoyen d’Honneur,” the City of Austin’s “Weber Honorary Citizen;” receiving the German Medal of Environment and the German Prize for Conservation of Nature; as well as winning the Hans Adalbert Schweigart Medal from the World Union for the Protection of Life. These, among all the other awards that Franz has received all throughout his career prove just how significant he has been in advancing the causes of environmental protection and animal welfare.


“No one can deny that the history of mankind since time immemorial is a story of indescribable horror. But at the same time, no one can also deny that since time immemorial men have appeared again and again to try to bring humanity out of the labyrinth of horrors.”

Since he was young, Franz has seen the different problems that have plagued mankind all throughout history. Being a survivor of the Second World War gave Franz the desire to help his fellow man by making sure that there is a world for the future generations to enjoy. This is why Franz greatly emphasizes taking care of the environment. For him, nature is one of the greatest treasures that we can leave the next generation with—a treasure that would sustain mankind for years and years to come.

Even though the issue of environmental protection and animal welfare seems too huge for Franz to resolve in his lifetime, he does not allow these factors to prevent him from doing his part. Franz understands just how important each person’s role is—that no matter how small your efforts are, as long as you act, you can make a great impact. This is why Franz believes that in spite of the numerous horrors that humanity has faced throughout history, they are still able to overcome the challenges because there are those who stand up and do their part in pulling everyone up from the ditch.

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