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This is a group for those interested in bird (and other wildlife) conservation. In particular, we are looking for free (or low cost) ways to help in this cause. Any ideas ... post them here!
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This group is dedicated to Nature and Wildlife. It is a positive and Educational Group.
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Any one interested or involved in Marine Mammal Rescue. Actually this can include Polar Bears, Sea and Marine Otters, all Pinnipeds, Cetaceans and Sirenians. Support your area Rescue team!!
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This group was started by Rob R - SSCS UK Area Coordinator & is moderated by Claudia P (SSCS Volunteer based in Canada) in order to promote the work of SSCS on the Care2 network. Please visit Sea Shepherd's re-designed website at WWW.SEASHEPHERD.ORG!
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Humans and Trees are so related, one produces CO2, the other Oxygen. One moves, the other takes root. A beautiful harmony between them. Except maybe for one thing. Trees could live without Us, but we could not live without them
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This Group is all about exploring the beautiful Olympic Peninsula Rainforest. This is the only Rainforest in the Continental United States and it is located in Washington State.
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Honey bees and other pollinators are vanishing across the world at alarming rates. We can help save them by informing ourselves and others, stopping the use of pesticides, planting pollinator-friendly gardens and buying organic foods!
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This group has been formed to advance the wildlife and environmental issues of Yellowstone National Park. Our main topic is the American Bison including their history, biodiversity and the current events that are taking place today.
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Trees, spiritually are higher than we know. They are extremely important to the ecological balance of the planet. They are also a very healing energy. We hope to share info and links and raise awareness about and with trees. The GREAT Beings need you...
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The idea of this group is to present information about all types of weird weather seen around the world. That includes the tropical weather that we see here in the US. From snow to volcanos to anything else, photos or information is welcome.
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Washington, United States
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This group is about advocating for the worlds essential wild predators. I invite devoted naturalists and activists to participate in dialog, post petitions and advocate for the importance of wild predators. Predators are essential to our ecology.
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Human beings are indigenous to the Earth! Everything is interconnected. We must live in harmony with MOTHER EARTH. If you are interested in indigenous mind, sustainable living, the future of our descendants and activism then this group is for you~
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As the USA's oldest conservation nonprofit, we've been a leader in protecting and restoring forests for 135 years. We plant trees, educate people about the many benefits of trees and forests, and fight to protect these vital natural resources.
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Love is to share hand to hand, Human to Human with thought for all things below to above. Share your Love with all and Help all in need one day at a time:) If you Love your neighbor as yourself all will work out through time! Welcome...Birdman^i^
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"Men dig their graves with their own teeth and die more by those fated instruments than by the weapons of their enemies," T. Moffet. --- "It's not the food in your life, but the life in your food."
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The Climate IS changing. We as a global community must join together and work towards understanding what changes are taking place, and what adaptations will be necessary to continue to thrive on this planet. This is a group to share information and ideas.
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Want to keep this world great? Post tips for ways to help the enviroment. Read how to make the world a better place by protecting it and the precious animals that call it home. If you love animals and nature, this group is perfect for you. Join now!
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This group is for people who want environmentally sustainable goods and services. This includes production, product use, and end-of-life disposal. The main focus is on manufacturers and product stewardship. We want to promote change in the world!
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For 50 years the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) has worked with the people of Africa to ensure that the continent's wildlife and wild lands endure forever.
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An acre of hemp produces as much pulp as 4 acres of trees, while it can take 20 years to once again grow a tree. Hemp can be grown and harvested in 90 days, twice a year. Such sustainability gives hemp a distinct advantage. Not only could Hemp save our fo
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WE REQUIRE: 1. Taxes or Higher taxes on the use of plastic bags. 2. Fishing/fishing quotas SERIOUS AND EFFECTIVE policy...no more waiste. 3.Protection for endangered or disrespected marine species. 4.Oil leakage prevention policy. 5.Reducing
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This is a C2C group for those who love marine animals and want to help them any way possible. Covering bay, coastal and oceanic systems....news, alerts, photosfield trips and adventures can be shared within this group
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Parks are special places for all people, but they're being threatened. Talk about parks, what makes them special to you, & threats & issues confronting them. Open to anyone who cares about parks and special places in any country.
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Without sharks in our oceans, the build-up of phytoplankton will decrease, and our air and water will stagnate slowly chocking us all and speeding up global warming. We need our sharks!
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This is an Educational Group, where we will be Studying Farming and Homesteading.
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This group is ONLY for taking ocean related action emails, ocean related petitions and Ocean related news.
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COPE is a place for everyone who cares for mother nature and wants to help protect the lands, the animals and the people, together we can be that change that this world needs. Together we stand, together we fall. With respect always, James Howie..
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Without energy, there is no way to light our homes, pump water, operate machinery, or communicate with the rest of the world. Energy is a cornerstone of modern civilization, yet 1.5 billion people still have no access to electricity.
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A database of environmental online actions that we can take to save the planet. Please take the ACTIONS here and if you can add more - even better!
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Unethical behaviour is, well.... unethical. It is also irrational; it always comes back to bite you in the arse. Many causes are harmed by the unethical actions of people promoting the cause.
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By opening our eyes to issues of concern together we can find ways to solve some of the pressing environmental and social problems facing us today.
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The beauty of the Sea which allows us to live. Those who dream of the sea: the smells - the breeze - feel of the waves caressing your skin - the beauty of the sea in all her splendour. A group to share the Sea.
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Save America's Forests is a nationwide coalition of groups, scientists, and individiduals working to protect and restore America's wild forests and wildlife, and to pass historic legislation to ban clearcutting and save our national forests
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We are a website that connects you to environmentally friendly web links and other news and information on living green. Re-think the way we live. LIVE GREEN!
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help urself, in embrassing earth, think before u act, think twice, buy the alternatif, be aware, refuce packed fresh food, caged meat, bigger is not better, chemicals, genetics, fight against it, ur body, animals, nature, earth, they get abused!
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AN ORCHID IN AUSTRALIA "Habitat conversion, urbanization, and the expanding demand for medicinal and food organisms around the world is having a damaging effect on the resource base of many species." Owner: Ethnoecologist Theodore Grishaber
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