Signed, sealed with a :* and delivered. I also took advantage of the site's ability to SPREAD THE WORD!
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Signed and forwarded!
If you do any online shopping, please don't leave money on the table that could go to charities. I have deals with over 1500 merchants (Staples, Amazon, etc) to contribute to a basket of the best charities that serve the Arts, Animals, Education, Health, Humanity or the Planet. Please go to www.clickshopsupport.org and click the cause you want to support. When you shop this way, each store has agreed to donate up to 25% to a basket of the best charities determined by an independent third party, Charity Navigator. It won't cost you an extra dime, and in many cases you will save money using the exclusive coupons they offer.
Make these merchants step up to their responsibilities. This is a concrete way to make the world a better place for us and generations to come.
Please let me know how you liked the shopping experience, and how I can improve this site to attract more people to shop with a conscience. Please forward this to all your friends on Care2. You can use the Referral Blaster on the site to let your non-Care2 friends know about this. There is also a safe shortcut you can download that will sit on your desktop that will always take you directly to this marketplace.
Let’s start to feel good about where we spend our money!
Conservation of other members of our world life is important, i do support this and give my signature fully. What worries me is the fact that we pretend to value other species than we value our own human endagered species. Is it because we are guilty and scared, instead chosing to console and comfort ourselves with preserving other endagered species. It is impossible or a pretence in my own opinion that we can achieve our goal when we can not start with preserving our own like human creatures, the Africans. The natives of our world, the minority tribes and people.
Lets be genuine and we will win in preserving our world.
I am trying to promote my petition, Please help to spread the word! We deserve to live in a clean and healthy enviroment!
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Signed all petition that would allow me. On 2 petitions you had to be a resident of Canada. Thanks! Leigh and Sam
try o sign then but i couldnt it online , signed the top one for recycables sign bernadette p
In a welcome positive move for the climate, last week a few good men in Congress introduced federal legislation that would reduce domestic and global emissions of the short-lived pollutant black carbon, or soot, to help us get a jump start in the fight against global warming. Recent studies on black carbon show that reducing this pollutant, which has a particularly bad effect on Arctic ice melt but is currently unregulated, can bring about an immediate improvement in our climate situation because the molecule's lifespan is less than two weeks. Governments around the world already have the technological and economic ability to reduce black carbon pollution, and doing it would not only help our atmosphere but also our public health.
The Center for Biological Diversity gave the bill a round of applause and is hopeful that it will be signed by the president. "The central question," said senior counsel Bill Snape, "is whether we will move quickly enough on black carbon and other greenhouse pollutants to prevent catastrophic damage from global warming."
Get more from Law360.
In opposition to policy that hurts the endangered California condor and other species in northwestern Arizona, last week the Center for Biological Diversity sued the U.S. Bureau of Land Management and Fish and Wildlife Service over a backward plan for the Arizona Strip, 2 million acres of land adjacent to the Grand Canyon -- including two breathtaking national monuments. Despite overwhelming evidence that lead ammunition is the leading cause of death for federally protected condors, which are poisoned when they scavenge lead bullet-shot game, the management plans continue to allow lead ammunition use on Bureau of Land Management lands. They also say OK to a lengthy list of other destructive activities, including grazing, oil and gas development, and uranium mining, which all harm habitat for the condor, threatened desert tortoise, and other protected species.
Thanks to a campaign by the Center and allies, California has already banned the use of lead ammunition in its own state's condor range -- but apparently, the feds need a little more pressure regarding the Grand Canyon state. Since condors have been released in Arizona, at least 12 to 14 have died of lead poisoning.
Read more in the Arizona Republic.
To save the small, highly endangered southwestern willow flycatcher from an even smaller but devastating foreign insect, last Friday the Center for Biological Diversity and Maricopa Audubon Society sued two agencies for failing to protect the bird from habitat damage inflicted by an imported leaf-eating beetle. When the Kazakhstani beetle was approved for introduction in southern Utah by the federal Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHI to control invasive tamarisk trees -- used by flycatchers for nesting -- APHIS and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service made a triple promise that the beetle wouldn't be released anywhere near flycatcher habitat, wouldn't become established within the flycatcher's range, and would spread slowly. Every part of the promise has been broken, and the beetles have now spread to northern Arizona and are poised to invade the lower Colorado River -- where 61 percent of flycatcher nests are built in tamarisk.
"We face loss of the flycatcher in the Southwest because APHIS has broken its promises and refuses to take responsibility for its actions," said the Center's Dr. Robin Silver. "We now must appeal to the courts to help us save this
Thank you! this is so important! Thank you for posting this and the petition!
Could you Please help us with saving Bear, Moose, Beaver, Bats, Songbirds - wildlife habitat that will be permanently ruined IF a Quebec corporation is allowed in court to circumvent the current Vermont laws . . . flattening the mountains. the new "governor" Peter Shumlin is in their pocket and is promoting this horror and ruin of Vermont - the blasting and ruin will go down in history - please sign and post to your facebook and e-mail friends! http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/save-vermonts-green-mountains-save-the-lowell-mountains/ There are over 100 mountains targeted!
The links seems to be down?
Already signed, thanks
hey its still down.
nust be my connection?
Save Vermont's Green Mountains - Protect the Lowell Ridgeline
Your signature has been delivered to: Vermont Public Service Board, Vermont Legislature, Governor Peter Shumlin
SIGNED THEM ALL AND THANKS
I'd really like to support this but unfortunately the connection doesn't work.
The link isn't working for me, but if anyone wants to support another cause, please help us protect a local endangered species in our community by signing: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/174/554/099/save-western-burrowing-owls/
Thank you all so much!
Thanks, signed the last one.
Thanks, signed the last one.
This link is inactive
Can't sign, I tried twice... this webpage is not available!
On every link that I clicked I'm getting: petition closed. Whoops, Error, not available