I am sorry that i am not more active on Care2 but my focus is on
Facebook where i can realy help you make a difference!
Just follow me on Facebook and i will help you with my One Person
groups and pages...thousands and thousands of people who realy make a difference!Join the One Person Movement!
Join my one person can make a difference on Facebook! And find out more about my groups and causes with thousands of compassionate members!
Thank you for your visit i hope that you will join one person....
Did you know that Facebook is one of the best places to make a difference?
Do you know where you can meet compassionate people in Facebook? I can tell you with more than 3000 compassionate friends and a Facebook Grader Score of 99,6% of 100!
Just because of my wonderful friends and groups and causes! Thousands and thousands... The worlds most important environmentalists and conservation people are on my list of friends!
How can we make this world a better place?
Join my groups and make a difference and you can feel strong..each night you lay your head down to sleep..., that you have done all that your mental, emotional, and physical being could do for the causes that day.
My reason for being here is to make friends and make this world a better place! Carpe diem! Every day!
We can make this world a better place!
One earth one mission! Make a difference!
Add me as your friend if you share the same mission!
Join my groups and causes!
One earth one mission Make a difference!
The Wildlifefoundation.info Actiongroup
Greedpeace....join the founder of GREEDPEACE! ME!
The wicked wildlife fund WWF
This group tells you the truth about the WWF!
Fight against Female Circumcision ( FGM )
Vision First Foundation
Vision First Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public and assisting families in need regarding children’s comprehensive eye and vision examinations and associated eye care.
Avaaz is one of my favorite causes..and a must if you want to make a difference with your voice!
This is where one person can realy make a difference!
The Tortoise protection group
Boycott Japan until they stop the killing!
If you want to find out more about the future of mobile social networking...join match2blue here in Facebook
Or if you are a professional and want to see how you can use match2blue join my linked in group for match2blue!
All of you who are active in Linked in please add me
How do we find and trigger the people who want to make a difference? A good friend of mine started this group..in the hope that people will help her make a difference....
Help me make a difference a group for all kind of animal causes with many good petitions !
STOP CIRCUMCISION OF GIRLS - http://apps.facebook.com/causes/162714/29269466?m=2c16bad3
Wildlifefoundation.info action group whales!
Stop animal cruelty in Turkey
2009 Victoria Bushfire support
Wildlife Victoria Bushfire support
End the seal hunt
Protect All Endangered Animals From The IUCN Red List
Help Pass Historic Bill to End Seal Hunt
ONE EARTH ONE MISSION..
MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
Here in Care2 but even more in Facebook
In Linked In
On your I PHONE with match2blue the future of social networking!
If you want to connect in Linked in please invite me!
Facebook is awesome!
To take part all you have to do is:
Here in Care2 i did not manage to get more than 650 members after one year and 78.000 messages...probably more than 1000 hours of work....
In Facebook i have reached allmost 17.000 members in less than one year!
And if you look at the members you will find many of the greatest animal friends in the world! Join my groups and causes on Facebook!
These are the friends of your friends who would like you to add them from next week we will start a new list every week! Just add your name in the add me list and you will be on the list next week!
Jessica Kitkat singer http://tinyurl.com/jessicakitkat
Virginia El Raida! http://tinyurl.com/virginiaelRaida
Stella Halpern http://tinyurl.com/StellaHalpern
Manfred Reicher http://tinyurl.com/manfredreicher
Carmen for the pets http://tinyurl.com/carmenforthepets
Helen Helen http://tinyurl.com/helenhelen
Yovanka Torrente http://tinyurl.com/yovanka
Claire Carlson Runacres http://tinyurl.com/ClaireCarlson
Emma Ward http://tinyurl.com/de4zwy
Elaine Vegangirl http://tinyurl.com/bwxj8c
Hans Pfister http://tinyurl.com/hanspfister
Hans Lak http://tinyurl.com/hanslak
K.J Prince Woodham http://tinyurl.com/kjprincewoodham
Brigitte Jost http://tinyurl.com/brigittejost
Jason Baigent http://tinyurl.com/inthewind
Lisa Vegan Goodfield http://tinyurl.com/lisavegan
Kirsten Vines http://tinyurl.com/KristinVines
Jan Husar http://www.facebook.com/janhusar
Elaine Puig http://tinyurl.com/ElainePuig
Join my Snowball effect experiment! Join the cause to support Paul Watson
I have been very active in Care2 the last year! And ending up as a persona non grata because i dont like that Care2 is accepting advertising from the very same companies that most of you are fighting against.... i still dont think that its ok to accept blood money! More than enough companies that are ok and not testing on animals....
you can reach me by mail email@example.com
Thank you for all your support Thank you for being you and making this world a better place!
You are wonderful! KUDOS to all of you!
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The red list of the IUCN is growing very rapidly!
I think that all animals from the red list should be protected!Why would you put animals on a red list? If you do not protect them?
If animals are endangered protect them its that simple...
We fight for the protection of all endangered species!
Please sign this petition!
All animals on this red list of threatened species should be protected!
http://www.iucnredlist.org/ Just one example on how the current system fails!
"TheAfrican wild dog, Lycaon pictus, is one of Africa's most endangeredcarnivores. It is Red Listed by the International Union for theConservation of Nature ( IUCN) as an Endangered Species. The reasonsgiven by IUCN for this decline are human induced loss of habitat andpersecution by humans. According to the IUCN report on wild dogs, thereare between 3.000 and 5.500 free ranging wild dogs left in Africatoday. In January 2006 a film
was broadcast by a Dutch Channel, Twee Vandaag, which exposed theindication that there was a serious trade in wild dogs, including dogswhich came out of the wild! One way in which the trade and capture ofwild dogs could be monitored and controlled would be for them to belisted on CITES, Appedix I or II. ( Convention of International Tradein Endangered Species) . That means that the African wild dog, Lycaonpictus, should be placed on CITES as soon as possible to afford agreater level of protection" The Aflrican Wild Dog will need protectionfrom the local governments in Africa. Since it will take years to getit on the CITES list. The wildlifefoundation wants to act before it istoo late!
The time is now! Protect the last wild dogs in Africa ! Petition to save the wild dogs!
We support the Painted dog conservation project in Zimbabwe!The Painted Dog Conservation Organisation’s mission is to conserve and increase the range and numbers of the painted dog (Lycaon pictus) both in Zimbabwe and elsewhere in Africa by providing conservation tools and education material that can be used to protect this highly endangered carnivore.Our belief is that Conservation does not occur on an island and so the objective is to undertake a holistic approach that encompasses all the stakeholders, particularly school children and local communities.
A holistic programme with 5 components
Direct conservation of the dogs
Capacity building for the future
Community development Painted dogs or wild dogs?
"The name 'wild dog' developed during an era of persecution of all predators when the name applied to feral dogs, hyenas, jackals and cape hunting dogs (Pringle, 1980). 'Painted' aside from being a direct translation of the specific epithet, accurately describes the unique varicoloured markings of each individual. Apart from being misleading, continued use of the name 'wild dog' does little more than further fuel negative attitude and prejudice which is detrimental to conservation efforts."Threats?There is no record in Myth, Legend or Fact of a Painted dog, aka Wild Dog, attacking or killing a human being.
Of all the natural threats to the survival of the painted dog, man represents the greatest.
Hyena, jackal and leopard will steal their food from the killing site while lions will kill both adults and pups however these are natural occurrences to which the animal has survived for millions of years.
Man is by far their greatest killer and yet with a little care he could be their saviour.
He condones the wanton killing of adult dogs and puppies by whatever means.
Road kills are a major killer of these animals. In April 2001, the alpha male of a pack was found on the road leading to a National Park in Zimbabwe by Project staff. The dog was taken to a veterinary clinic but had to be put down due to it having a broken back. Obviously excessive speed was a factor.
Man perceives the method of killing prey is abhorrent.
He sets traps, snares, with little thought for the suffering of the animal that gets caught.
He allows domestic dogs to introduce disease such as rabies and distemper.
The loss of one dog to a pack can have a devastating effect on the survival of the whole pack.
firstname.lastname@example.org + 31 655 97 65 60 If you want to read my news! Here you are!
WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!!!
THE AUSTRIAN ANIMAL ACTIVISTS ARE FREE!!!
THANKS TO YOUR HELP! WE DID IT!! Now lets go after the people who are responsable for this!
sign petition please!
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ispo winter 09 launches first Eco Responsibility Award
As a first at ispo winter 09, the trade show organizers created the new Eco Responsibility Award! The focus is on the critical subjects of sustainability, ecology, and environmental awareness! The award will honor extraordinary product innovations, which deem sustainability not just a new lifestyle, but fully endorse ecology in all aspects: from production, processing, material use to environmentally friendly transport options and packaging solutions.
In Focus: Sustainability - Did you know...
...that the trade fair grounds of the New Munich Trade Fair Centre are based on a pioneering ecology concept, with which we are able to reduce CO2 emissions by approximately 7,000 tons per year? Among other things, this concept includes spacious landscaped areas of 125,000 sq. m. - 20,000 sq. m. of trees, 70,000 sq. m. of bushes and 35,000 sq. m. of green areas on roofs - as well as 10,000 sq. m. of created ecological compensation areas. >>more informationPatagonia
has been named Eco Brand of the Year at the Volvo Eco Design forum in Munich during the ISPO tradeshow.
The prestigious award represents the recognition by the outdoor industry for Patagonia’s efforts and intitatives to lower its impact on the environment.
Its Environmental Grants Program has contributed over $30m in cash and in-kind donations to grassroots environmental activists since the program began in 1985. Likewise, its Environmental Internship Program allows employees to work for environmental groups while receiving their full paycheck.
Since 1996, Patagonia has used only organically grown cotton in its clothing line, and recycled materials in many of its polyester fleece garments. 2005 saw the launch of the Common Threads Recycling Program, one of the world’s first garment recycling programs.
Following on with its good work, Patagonia recently launched the Footprint Chronicles on www.patagonia.com to tell the story behind the social and environmental impact of its products from design to delivery.
A solid performance, from a solid brand. If only others would take a leaf out of their recycled book…
Patagonia truly is one of the most environmental friendly companies in the entire sporting goods industry! But we like how Nike is following the cradle to cradle principle they just give it a different name!
We see sustainability as a source of innovation... NIKE about considered design!
A way to inspire new thinking and deliver tangible results!We follow a Considered design ethos across all nike footwear,combining premium design and performance innovation with environmental sustainability!
By 2011, all Nike footwear will meed or exceed baseline standards set in our sustainability index! By 2015, we'll include all apparel! By 2020 all Nike equipment! A perfect sustainable product would be a product that delivers premium design maximum performance and zero waste- at every stage of its lifecycle! A dream today but we believe a real possibility.Learn more