Terri Irwin and her two children – daughter Bindi, 14, and Bob, 9 – attended the Goulburn Valley Fresh Launch in Sydney, Australia on Saturday (February 16). Posing with some animals, Terri and her kids continue to carry on Steve Irwin‘s legacy since his death in 2006.
The elder child of the “Crocodile Hunter” has dedicated herself to wildlife conservation, and is now bringing forward the issue of overpopulation. “The older I get, the more I want to tackle the issues people don’t want to talk about,” Bindi said.
“I’ve been working a lot with Dick Smith on overpopulation. Our human population continues to expand at such a scary rate – it’s unbelievable,” she added.
“With fewer resources to share around more people, how can the poor have improved lifestyles?”
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“What I’m trying to do is to get the message across. If we can at least start discussing this issue, maybe we could create some positive change, because if we don’t start talking about it, we’re not going to get anywhere,” Bindi said. “The issue can be quite daunting because it’s so huge, but I think it’s one of those things that you need to just chip away at and never give up.”