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These folks are helping the environment with Carbon Footprints, Rain Forests, Nature Conservancy, Saving Water,The Environment, Our Oceans and The Wilderness. See what you can help to preserve it for our children and the generations to come. 


About TreeHugger

TreeHugger is the leading media outlet dedicated to driving sustainability mainstream. Partial to a modern aesthetic, we strive to be a one-stop shop for green news, solutions, and product information. We publish an up to the minute blog, weekly and daily newsletters, and regularly updated Twitter and Facebook pages.



eNature Zip Guides...

About eNature

Know what animals and plants share your backyard? Taking a trip? Use our ZipGuides to get a comprehensive local wildlife guide to the animals and plants native to any place in the United States. Or narrow your search to focus only on Endangered Species or poisonous and dangerous species. eNature.com is the web's premier destination for information about the wild animals and plants of the United States. Over past years, eNature has consistently been one of the Internet' most-visited sites for nature and wildlife information and has won numerous awards and accolades. The site's core content of wildlife information about almost 6,000 individual species is the same data set used to create the printed Audubon Field Guides. All the data has been carefully reviewed and vetted by leading biologists, zoologists and other natural history specialists.

They have Great E-Cars too.

If you'd like to know more about your back yard:



Tree Hugger... Has Lots And Lots Of Great Information...


TreeHugger is the leading media outlet dedicated to driving sustainability mainstream. Partial to a modern aesthetic, we strive to be a one-stop shop for green news, solutions, and product information. At TreeHugger we know that variety is the spice of life, so you can find all you need to go green in our up to the minute blog, weekly and daily newsletters, weekly video segments, weekly radio show and our user-generated blog, Hugg. We also extend our expertise to companies looking for a little green guidance. Past clients include Domino, Sundance Channel and House & Garden. TreeHugger is helping the masses get hooked on sustainability, and thankfully, it appears the masses are getting hooked on TreeHugger. 


Carbon Footprint Calculator: What's My Carbon Footprint?

Inevitably, in going about our daily lives — commuting, sheltering our families, eating — each of us contributes to the greenhouse gas emissions that are causing climate change. Yet, there are many things each of us, as individuals, can do to reduce our carbon emissions. The choices we make in our homes, our travel, the food we eat, and what we buy and throw away all influence our carbon footprint and can help ensure a stable climate for future generations. Use The Nature Conservancy's carbon footprint calculator to measure your impact on our climate. Our carbon footprint calculator estimates how many tons of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases your choices create each year. more info

To get started, select the number of people in your home. Then choose whether you want to calculate a carbon footprint for yourself or for your household.You can also calculate your carbon footprints:


6 Ways to Green Your Pet's Poop

See how to keep your pets' waste out of the landfill and away from fragile ecosystems... http://planetgreen.discovery.com/home-garden/green-pet-poop.html

Why Greening Pet Waste is Important ?  Properly disposing of pet waste is actually quite important to environmental preservation. According to Slate's Green Lantern, "Pet waste contains bacteria that can contaminate local waterways if it washes from your lawn into storm drains.


Saving Water Tips And Resources...

Use our Low Water-Use Plant List to choose plants that will use less water. You can also use our Landscape Watering Guide to calculate how long and how frequently to water your plants and lawn for optimal growth. What's New in Water Conservation?  Your yard can be healthier than ever with a well-designed drip irrigation system. Drip systems will reduce runoff and evaporation, creating thriving, water-wise lawns. They last longer than other forms of irrigation too, so you save on repair costs. For tips on installing and maintaining a drip system, check out our guide to irrigation design. We've collected examples of technologies, both new and tried-and-true, to help you reduce your water use. Take a look at our Technologies section today.

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Pew Environment Group We work globally to establish pragmatic, science-based policies that protect our oceans, preserve our wild lands and promote clean energy.

About Us

The Pew Environment Group, the conservation arm of The Pew Charitable Trusts, endeavors to use the most successful aspects of science and nonprofit advocacy to promote conservation.

Our Story

Pew’s environmental activities have grown steadily over the past two decades, as has our staff of scientists, campaign advocates, economists, communications professionals and attorneys throughout the United States and in Canada, Europe, South America, Australia, New Zealand, the Western Pacific and the Indian Ocean. Read more about our story.

Careers Learn about career opportunities with the Pew Environment Group.

Contact the Pew Environment Group.

Please use our feedback form to send us comments, or contact us via e-mail at info@pewenvironment.org.

Read More http://www.pewenvironment.org/about-us/

Carbon Natural...



Our vision is a world which maintains a safe living temperature and healthy environment for our children and grandchildren.

Our mission statement: Carbon Neutral is committed to securing a better future for our children by making it easy to offset emissions through native tree planting and facilitating access to information on greenhouse gas emissions reduction. Carbon Neutral was started by Men of the Trees in 2001 as a way to help community and industry to take responsibility for the effect of greenhouse gas emissions on the environment. 
Since then we have planted hundreds of thousands of trees in some of the most environmentally vulnerable areas of Australia.  The program offers government departments, private corporations and individuals the opportunity to offset the carbon dioxide produced by their daily activities. We guarantee that: All trees planted for Carbon Neutral will be monitored. The trees are grown specifically for the local environment. The WA Environment Awards homepage is www.naturebase.net/waea There is follow up maintenance at all sites

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The Wilderness Society...                                                     

  Our Mission
To protect wilderness and inspire Americans to care for our wild places. We bring to bear our scientific expertise, analysis and bold advocacy at the highest levels to save, protect and restore America's wilderness areas. Our Programs Include...Protecting the last great American wilderness area, the Arctic Wildlife Refuge, from oil and gas drilling; Staving off logging and road building on 58 million acres of road less lands; Curbing the abuse of our lands by off-road vehicle users; Protecting wild places within the lower 48 states from rampant oil development.

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The Nature Conservancy Adopt An Acre Program...


Welcome to The Nature Conservancy — the leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people. We're proud of what we've accomplished since our founding in 1951:


You can help protect the world's most beautiful and diverse places when you Adopt an Acre® in Australia or any of our sites today. Just click the location you're interested in supporting, whether it's in the United States, Africa, Australia, Brazil, Costa Rica or Palau.Adopt in Australia and Double Your Impact. For a limited time, when you give to Adopt an Acre in Australia, your gift will have twice the impact. During this time, Pew Charitable Trusts will match your gift to the Great Western Woodlands in Australia. The Great Western Woodlands is a rich and diverse region within Gondwana Link in southwestern Australia. This rich tapestry of woodlands, mallees and shrublands connects Australia’s south-west corner to its inland deserts. With more than 3000 distinct species recorded in its almost 16 million hectares of land, the area is considered a biodiversity hotspot.

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In some Latin languages, the word aella means “for her” or “to her”. Considering the fact that we are dedicated to the Earth, this is fitting. The word also means “whirlwind” in Greek. In Greek mythology, this was also the name of a mighty Amazon warrior who battled Heracles.
We at A.E.L.L.A. see the movement in which we are about to generate as a whirlwind of knowledge for the masses and our main enemy will be the factory farming/food industry. This is indeed the massive “Heracles” of the major plagues that currently exist in our world. Its effects on the planet, especially in regard to global warming, animal brutality, species depletion and child starvation, must be fought.
In essence, this organization will battle all forms of abuse to life and the Earth, including human life. No form of abuse will be tolerated and the members of A.E.L.L.A. will spend each day working toward educating humanity in regard to reclaiming their world in the name of compassion and equality.
“We are not free until all life is free” ~ Marla Stormwolf-Patty(Co-Founder)
The main goal of A.E.L.L.A. is not only to do whatever we can to raise global awareness but also to help bridge the gaps that lie between the different activist groups and organizations. We believe that this is the key to success in all of our mutual endeavors. We need to start working together for the common goal & greater good as we are quite fractured. We see a specific need to educate the public in regards to the devastation that factory farming is inflicting on our planet and to fight against it. The obvious reason for this is because there will be no life on Earth for our posterity if we do not change our current direction.

To read more to see what they offer: http://aella.org/

Red Jellyfish.Com Rain Forest Facts...



Rain Forest Information   

This section of Red Jellyfish is a nerve center of information, links and resources about rain forests. Rain forests cover only 2% of the planet, yet produce over 20% of our oxygen.  They are also the source of many important medicines and foods, such as chocolate, cinnamon, vanilla, bananas and oranges.  Visit our  section for more information.

Despite their amazing beauty and diversity, the rainforests are being destroyed at the rate of a football field per second.  That's right -- we lose over 50 million acres of rainforest every year.  At this rate, they will be almost completely destroyed in the next 40 years.  We have much more information about this in our rainforest destruction area. Tropical Rainforests are also a fantastic place to visit!  In fact, eco-tourism is one of the best hopes for the survival of the rainforest. We have therefore put together a rainforest tour section, a convenient resource to help you find tour operators and exciting destinations.  From the mighty Amazon to the forests of Alaska, it's all here. For pure enjoyment, check out our rainforest pictures section or these incredible rainforest puzzles.  Of course, Red Jellyfish has been working to save the rainforests for years, and we have many easy ways that you can participate. We hope you stop by often, and tell your friends about us!


If you'd like to get involved or help: http://www.redjellyfish.com/rain-forest/rainforest-destruction.html



Union of Concerned Scientists

Right now we’re witnessing an all-out war on science, the environment, and human health.

A number of irresponsible corporations are spending millions to deceive the public about climate change science. Media personalities are spreading false information and discrediting scientists. And many elected officials are not only blocking efforts to address America’s energy and climate crises—they’re also threatening to roll back many of the hard-fought human health and environmental protections we’ve won in the last few years!

"I think that the science is inconclusive on this. I personally believe that the solar flares are more responsible for climatic cycles than anything that human beings do."
—Representative Jim Sensenbrenner (R WI), new vice chair of the House Science Committee

You can help UCS expose and challenge attacks like this on science—become a member today.

Become a Member--click here.

Become a member of UCS today and join us in exposing and challenging these attacks on science and effective, life-saving public policies.

Politicians and media pundits who claim "global warming is a hoax", that it’s just "sunspot activity," or who accuse climate scientists of being "political hacks and leftists" can’t change the scientific evidence. The climate is changing and if we don’t take action there will be devastating consequences for our health, economy, and environment.

We must act now to stand up to vocal global warming deniers and advance science-based solutions that can rein in climate change. Please become a member of UCS today.

With your membership gift, UCS will work to:
  • Expose and challenge attacks on climate science and scientists;
  • Advocate for strong, science-based state and regional climate programs that can reduce heat-trapping emissions at the local level;
  • Push state utility commissions to shut down the oldest and dirtiest coal power plants; and
  • Continue to press the Environmental Protection Agency to reduce global warming emissions from cars, trucks, power plants, and other large industrial polluters.

Our opponents are well coordinated, well funded, and have a singular goal of protecting their own interests. If you’ve ever considered taking your support of our critical work to the next level—now is the time to do it. Please become a member of UCS today.

We may not have the deep pockets of the oil and coal industries and electric utilities who oppose progress on global warming and clean energy—but we do have scientific facts and dedicated supporters like you. I hope you’ll join us as a member today to ensure we can continue to challenge attacks on science and work for a healthy environment and a safer world.

Kevin Knobloch Sincerely,
Kevin Knobloch
Kevin Knobloch

P.S. You can be confident your donations to UCS are spent wisely. We are accredited with the Better Business Bureau, have received four stars from Charity Navigator, and earned an 'A' rating from the American Institute of Philanthropy.

The Union of Concerned Scientists is the leading science-based nonprofit working for a healthy environment and a safer world.

Planet Green...

Planet Green, the first and only 24-hour eco-lifestyle television network, invites you to enjoy the freshest, ecoist shows on TV. From gear to gourmet, renovation to innovation, find out what's cool, what's hot and what's next. For more ways to make your world more beautiful, watch Planet Green in the stunning clarity of HD. It's an eye opening experience.

Find out if Planet Green is available in your area by entering your zip code and selecting your preferred provider below.

If you'd like to get involved or help:





About Us

Earthjustice is a non-profit public interest law firm dedicated to protecting the magnificent places, natural resources, and wildlife of this earth, and to defending the right of all people to a healthy environment. We bring about far-reaching change by enforcing and strengthening environmental laws on behalf of hundreds of organizations, coalitions and communities.

Our Mission

Earthjustice is a non-profit public interest law firm dedicated to protecting the magnificent places, natural resources, and wildlife of this earth, and to defending the right of all people to a healthy environment.

  • How We Work
    • In the Courts
    • When government agencies or private interests violate (or fail to enforce) our nation's environmental laws, Earthjustice attorneys -- who represent citizen groups, scientists, and others interested parties -- go to court to ensure that our laws are obeyed and enforced.

    • On the Hill
    • Legal victories can lead to attempts in Congress to repeal or dilute the laws we use in litigation. The Earthjustice Policy and Legislation team works to protect and strengthen federal environmental laws, and to defend vital places like the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

    • Working "Green"
    • Earthjustice is actively promoting a green lifestyle in the workplace, too. From recycled tire floors and bamboo cabinets to skylights and large arched windows, design choices were made to minimize our office's environmental footprint and maximize employee comfort.


    If you'd like to get involved or help:


Save Our Environment. Org...


Welcome to the Save Our Environment Action Center -- a collaborative effort of the nation's most influential environmental advocacy organizations harnessing the power of the internet to increase public awareness and activism on today's most important environmental issues. Save Our Environment.org  is administered by the Partnership Project. We hope you'll use the action center to make your voice heard in the crucial battles to protect our air and water; our lands, forests, and oceans; our wildlife; our children's future; and our planet's climate. We urge you to join our activist network and to tell your friends and family about this action center and how easily they can be involved as well. If you'd like to learn more about these issues, and what our groups are doing to help, check out our web sites through the links below.

If you'd like to get involved or help:




Saving the Earth is more than a trivial pursuit...

Answer4Earth was founded as a call to action to the people of the world in response to our growing environmental crisis. It has reached a critical stage where the average global citizen can no longer just stand by idly hoping for others to solve this problem. You now have the opportunity to jump in and make a real difference. We are not asking you to donate money. We are not asking you to get your hands dirty. All we need you to do is simply play a game and have fun (and learn some interesting information along the way)! Just by you playing this game, trees will be planted throughout the world (to find out how this works, read our FAQs). In addition to helping stem global warming, the trees planted by our partner charities clean the air, improve soil quality, prevent erosion, create animal habitats, sustain valuable water sources, and provide healthy nutrition to needy populations. So get on it, start playing, save the environment, feed the poor, get smarter, all that good stuff... Please don't forget to tell your friends to play too! Our Earth needs all the help we can give... are we smart enough to save the planet?

If you'd like to get involved or help:



Smokey Bear.Com...

Be Smart Outdoors

Show your commitment to wildfire prevention.

Take the "Get Your Smokey On" Wildfire Pledge

I pledge to:


  • To use caution and common sense before lighting any fire.
  • To understand that any fire I or my friends create could become a wildfire.
  • To understand and practice proper guidelines whenever I or my friends create a fire outdoors.
  • To never, ever leave any fire unattended.
  • To make sure any fire that I or my friends create is properly and completely extinguish before moving on.
  • To properly extinguish and discard of smoking materials.
  • To be aware of my surroundings and careful when operating equipment during periods of dry or hot weather.
  • To speak up and step in when I see someone in danger of starting a wildfire.
  • It shows you where all the current fires are burning up to date and where.
If you'd like to know more or help:


The Ocean River Institute...


The Ocean River Institute fosters greater personal involvement and relationships in conservation science, resource monitoring and protecting ecosystems. We build and actively manage relationships with others to foster greater communities both social and ecological. Our mission is to protect the commons, advance ecosystem-based management through environmental subsidiarity.

  If you'd like to get involved or help:




People on Good Tree have:

Given 18,528,960 grains of rice

Offset 20,632,976 grams of carbon

Saved 107,131 square feet of rain forest

Supplied 63,801 days of clean water

This site you can send help gifts to people to help them make a difference.  

If you'd like to know more or make a difference:



We Can Solve It...


We can solve the Climate Crisis site that has lots of “Talking” information on what you can do to around you to help. WE are a growing number of people who believe we can solve this. Not just as individuals with strong beliefs but as part of a group where our strength makes governments and corporations change. WE can put our planet on a new path. Clean energy solutions are out there waiting.

Solutions that will not only save our planet but help rebuild our economy. WE can lead. Very interactive.       

If you'd like to get involved or help:



     Ocean Conservancy...


What We Do

Ocean Conservancy's four strategic priorities reflect the critical ocean conservation issues that will be the main focus of our efforts. We believe that we can make the most tangible contribution to ocean health by building on our historic accomplishments, strengths, and expertise. We intend to focus our efforts, resources, and attention on the following four critical objectives:

1. Restore Sustainable American Fisheries
The most immediate threat to ocean ecosystem health continues to be overfishing. To solve this problem, the current fishery management system must be reformed.
2. Protect Wildlife From Human Impacts
After overfishing, the greatest human impact on marine species is “by catch,” the unintentional injury or capture of wildlife during fishing operations. 
3. Conserve Special Ocean Places
A majority of ocean scientists agree that marine protected areas are proven tools for conserving ocean ecosystems.  Nevertheless, marine protected areas and marine reserves remain low on the list of priorities in the U.S.                                                                                                                                                                                                                               4. Reform Government for Better Ocean Stewardship
Just as the structure of an organization can hinder its goals, the piecemeal, uncoordinated systems currently in place for governing ocean and coastal ecosystems, at both national and state levels, are limiting the nation’s ability to manage and protect this resource. 

If you'd like to get involved or help:





About EcoWorldly

What environmental issues are making news around the world? EcoWorldly has writers on all over the world (see map of writers) covering environmental developments, news, and ecological issues. Join us at the front lines of the environmental movement from all sides of the planet. Our goal is to offer perspectives on the green movement from around the world help to inform the decisions made locally. EcoWordly brings its readers international stories that don’t make the headlines in the main U.S. media outlets, because coverage of environmental successes and failures in other countries provide lessons for green progress in America. EcoWorldly is part of the Green Options Media Network. You can contact us with recommendations, story ideas, questions or comments at: ecoworldly [at] greenoptions [dot] com.

               An Albatross Dies Every Five Minutes

Once cursed with killing dolphins, tuna fishing is now being blamed for a shocking reduction in albatross numbers.

Long line fishing is being blamed for a startling drop in the number of albatrosses around the world.  Fish, squid and other bait are trailed on hooks behind a trawler to catch tuna and swordfish. However, because the hooks for these fish are set just below the surface it attracts albatrosses who think they’ve spotted a nice free meal and dive into the water to get it. Instead they get hooked and tangled in the line, dragged under the water, and drowned.  In many cases the bait has been dislodged meaning that hook will now catch nothing. The problem is by no means impossible to solve.  One solution includes flying streamers above the hooks to try and deter the albatrosses from diving in. Recent successes include an 85% reduction off South African waters and a near 100% reduction in the Southern Ocean. BirdLife International is lobbying talks organised by the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas to get counter measures such as the streamers made mandatory. If they fail to save the albatross, then the grace and beauty of the world’s largest wingspan could soon go the way of the Dodo: killed by Man’s greed and stupidity. 

If you'd like to get involved or help:



The Sierra Club...


Our Mission Statement

The Sierra Club's members and supporters are more than 1.3 million of your friends and neighbors. Inspired by nature, we work together to protect our communities and the planet. The Club is America's oldest, largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization. Explore, enjoy and protect the wild places of the earth. 2.Practice and promote the responsible use of the earth's ecosystems and resources. 3.Educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment. 4.Use all lawful means to carry out these objectives.

Welcome to the Sierra Club!

You're here because, like 1.3 million of your friends and neighbors, you want:

  • a safe and healthy community in which to live
  • smart energy solutions to combat global warming
  • an enduring legacy for America's wild places

Since 1892, the Sierra Club has been working to protect communities, wild places, and the planet itself. We are the oldest, largest, and most influential grassroots environmental organization in the United States. And our founder, John Muir, appears on the back of the California quarter.

Your first steps:

Most of all, the Sierra Club is about people. Explore the site and find out how the club can help you explore, enjoy, and protect the planet. Not sure what to do first? Send us an e-mail. You can also talk to a human by calling us at 415-977-5500.


The Environment Site...


Environment Site Green Living Guides

Welcome to The Environment Site Green Living Guides. These short articles will attempt to help guide you through making your life that little bit greener. We've broken down the household into its various rooms to help you find something you can 'green up' in every room of the hosue. Each guide will attempt to break down the task into a series of simple steps to make it as easy as possible for you to go green. The guides all have comment facilities available so please leave your thoughts and even any extra information you think viewers might find interesting. The Environment Site.org exists to help you protect the environment at no cost to yourself. We provide various ways of doing this. The Environment Site.org also has a number of interactive features that let you help and learn about the environment in other ways:

If you'd like to get involved or help:




About OFRI
The Oregon Legislature created the Oregon Forest Resources Institute (OFRI) in 1991 to improve public understanding of the state’s forest resources and to encourage environmentally sound forest management through training and other educational programs for forest landowners. OFRI is funded by a dedicated harvest tax on forest products producers.

OFRI Mission
The Oregon Forest Resources Institute is dedicated to public understanding of forest stewardship to meet the social, environmental and economic needs of both present and future generations.

Key OFRI programs (Download an informational brochure)

  • Classroom programs and field activities for K-12 students
  • Workshops and curriculum support for teachers
  • Conferences, publications and scientific research on timely forest topics
  • Workshops to help landowners manage according to best forest practices
  • Displays, interpretive program, tours and the Rediscovery Forest at Oregon Garden
  • Web site and online resources relating to Oregon's forests and forest management


To read more: http://www.oregonforests.org/About/AboutOFRI.html

Environmental Defense Fund...


Scientists founded Environmental Defense 40 years ago. Ever since then, our staff biologists, chemists, engineers and physicists have used science to cut through logjams. Innovative Markets; Market competition is one of the most powerful engines of American innovation. Environmental Defense long ago found a way to harness that engine for environmental progress. Corporate Partnerships; Changing America requires engaging America's corporations. Environmental Defense emphasizes the science while forging unique alliances to produce tangible environmental results. Effective Laws and Policies; We helped launch the modern environmental era by using the courts in a novel way in the 1960s. Today, we are more apt to craft effective policy but go to court when necessary.

If you'd like to know more or help:


NRDC... Powerful Environmental Group...

     Welcome to the Save Our Environment Action Center -- a collaborative effort of the nation's most influential environmental advocacy organizations harnessing the power of the internet to increase public awareness and activism on today's most important environmental issues.  NRDC is the nation's most effective environmental action organization. We use law, science and the support of 1.2 million members and online activists to protect the planet's wildlife and wild places and to ensure a safe and healthy environment for all living things. Worth Magazine has named NRDC one of America's 100 best charities, and the Wise Giving Alliance of the Better Business Bureau reports that NRDC meets its highest standards for accountability and use of donor funds.  NRDC works to solve the most pressing environmental issues we face today: curbing global warming, getting toxic chemicals out of the environment, moving America beyond oil, reviving our oceans, saving wildlife and wild places, and helping China go green.

  If you'd like to get involved or help:


The Greater Good...


The organization will make educational materials available to the general public and provide funding to other registered charitable organizations focusing primarily within the following areas and concerns: 1) alleviating and addressing the root causes of world hunger and food insecurity, 2) early detection and treatment of breast cancer and other wide-spread health concerns, 3) prevention and treatment of childhood illness, disease, and other children's health and well-being concerns, 4) children's education, 5) protecting and restoring the environment, 6) providing funding for the care and feeding of rescued animals in shelters and sanctuaries, and addressing the root causes of their conditions, 7) related issues that may be associated with any of the aforementioned areas: hunger, cancer and women's health, child health, literacy, environment, animal protection and care. Margaret Mead said, "Never doubt that a small group of committed people can change the world." With the power of the Internet, like-minded individuals are no longer limited by geography--they can unite online, joining forces in larger numbers than ever before in a concerted effort to accomplish important goals. GreaterGood.org provides the meetinghouse: the connection point for individuals and corporations to find and contribute to a cause they care about.We are what our name conveys: an organization for the greater good of all. We welcome you to our family, and look forward to working with you to make the world a better place.         

  If you'd like to get involved or help:                                                                                                                         http://www.greatergood.org/


World Wildlife Fund...

  Back in 1961 when it was founded, WWF stands for the "World Wildlife Fund". It was the product of a deep concern held by a few eminent gentlemen who were worried by what they saw happening in our world at that time. Since those early days WWF has grown up to be one of the largest environmental organizations in the world.  Currently there are more than 1300 WWF conservation projects underway around the world. The vast majority of these focus on local issues. They range from school nature gardens in Zambia, to initiatives that appear on the packaging in your local supermarket. From the restoration of orangutan habitats to the establishment of giant panda reserves. Almost all our work involves partnerships. We team up with local non-profit agencies and other global NGOs. We form relationships with village elders, local councils and regional government offices. And in this day and age of globalization, critically, we work with businesses who are willing to change. But our most important partnership is with you. Your support means we have the necessary strength to engage with national governments and global agencies like the World Bank. Your support means we have the network to reach out to isolated tribes in the Congo and the Amazon. Your support means we can have real successes and lasting breakthrough in the conservation efforts for our one and only planet.

  If you'd like to get involved or help:



EcoEcu... For Students To Help The Environment On Campus...

WelcomeEcoECU Environmental Services provides environmental management support and advisory services and works with staff and students on a wide range of issues to educate, inform and change behavior.

 What is it? ECU's Green Office Program is a means of increasing staff awareness of the environmental impacts associated with daily work practices and to encourage and facilitate environmentally friendly alternatives. It is also an excellent opportunity for staff and postgraduate students to engage in problem solving and work as a team to achieve change. Program Aims: Raise staff awareness of the environmental impacts that result from daily office activities and practices. Provide sustainable alternatives to high impact office practices reduce the University's overall environmental impact through staff education and behavioral change If you would like to know more or to register your interest, contact the Coordinator, Environment Systems; Contact the Coordinator.

If you'd like to get involved or help:



Seventh Generation.. Save A Tree... 

Save a tree

Seventh Generation is committed to becoming the world's most trusted brand of authentic, safe, and environmentally-responsible products for a healthy home. For 20 years, the closely held Burlington, Vermont-based company has been at the forefront of a cultural change in consumer behavior and business ethics.

One of the country's first self-declared "socially responsible" companies, Seventh Generation is a business that operates according to a new and different set of principles and values that in many ways are a marked departure from those long considered "traditional." Its business practice is focused on offering people avenues to express their idealism, passion, and commitment to causes larger than themselves at every point along its supply chain—from suppliers and partners to shareholders, customers and its own staff.

  If you'd like to get involved or help:

http://www.seventhgeneration.com/act  Or  http://www.showwhatsinside.com/?


About EarthSure...

Raymond Saluccio, Founder / CEO

Raymond Saluccio has been the subject of editorials concerning his inventions, including a precursor to the present form of a GPS direction aid.
EarthSure Renewable Energy Corp. is an American corporation innovating technologies to produce energy in a clean and affordable way. Utilizing solar and wind power as a source of renewable energy, the EarthSure systems are alternatives to conventional energy production methods that result in carbon emissions.

Our goal is to offer a cost-effective way for all businesses to use Green Energy, regardless of size or industry. We are on the cutting edge of compliance with America's Green Initiatives as they relate to the energy and environmental provisions in the Stimulus Plan.


Endangered Species Chocolate...

Endangered Species Chocolate (ESC) was founded in 1993 in effort to spread awareness and to make an impact on the growing number of plant and animal species that are disappearing from Earth. Since then the mission has grown to embrace a new definition of “endangered” - that all species, habitat and humanity are endangered on our planet, not just animals on a list. 10 percent of our net profits are donated to help support species, habitat and humanity.

To keep up with growing demand for premium chocolate with a cause, and to take advantage of a centralized Midwest location to reduce shipping costs and time, in 2005 ESC moved from its original 5,000-square-foot facility in Oregon to Indiana. The Indianapolis facility provides 43,000 square feet and is expandable to 77,000 square feet. In keeping with our commitment to protect species and our environment, the building is LEED® registered by the U.S. Green Building Rating Council and ESC is pursuing LEED certification. We continually research and implement ways to reduce our carbon footprint.

ESC’s organic cacao is sourced from Peru to create ten varieties of organic milk and dark chocolate bars in addition to bite-sized treats. We plan to visit cacao farmers in Peru in summer 2008. Fair prices are paid for all harvested products used in making Endangered Species Chocolate’s all-natural and organic chocolate products and a fair wage and humane working conditions are ensured for all workers. ESC’s core value is Reverence for Life – a philosophy drawn from renowned humanitarian Albert Schweitzer – which encompasses the spirit and goals of ESC. Reverence for Life manifests itself in the triad: endangered species recovery, habitat conservation and compassion for fellow humans. We believe that all life is precious and deserves our respect, kindness and care. Through our premium chocolate products, we seek to spread environmental awareness and ignite compassion for all life on our planet.


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