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Posted: Jan 17, 2014 10:51pm
Nov 7, 2013
Forces for Nature: The Power of Communities to Protect the Planet 
November 13, 2013 | National Geographic Society | Washington, D.C.

Around the world, local communities and indigenous peoples depend on natural resources such as forests, wildlife, and water for their ways of life. These communities are often found caught in the middle as growing global demands threaten their resource base. The 2013 Fuller Symposium will explore how local and indigenous communities can empower themselves by managing their own natural resources—and in turn become a global force for conservation.

Speakers from around the world will engage in active discussion around topics including local responses to forces like land grabbing and climate change, evaluation of community conservation impacts, new technologies for catalyzing social movements, private-sector initiatives, and global policy opportunities. The annual Fuller Symposium convenes thought leaders in science, policy, conservation, and development to discuss innovative approaches to complex issues facing our planet.

This one day event will take place on November 13, 2013 at the National Geographic Society’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. It is free and open to the public.

Schedule for 2013 Fuller Symposium

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9:00 a.m. Welcome

9:15 a.m. Session 1: Global Threats, Local Actions

Jenny Springer, Director of Global Programs, Rights and Resources Initiative

David and Goliath? Global forces vs. local interests
Dr. Camilla Toulmin, Director, International Institute for Environment and Development

Winning Isn’t Everything: Coming to grips with tradeoffs in conservation and development
Thomas McShane, Senior Sustainability Scientist, Global Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University

Indigenous Amazonia: On the front lines in the race to avoid ecosystem collapse
Andrew Miller, Advocacy Director, Amazon Watch

11:10 a.m. Session 2: The Science of Community Interventions

Dr. Ken Chomitz, Senior Advisor, Independent Evaluation Group, the World Bank Group

Varieties of Environmentalisms: Intrinsic motivations and external incentives for conservation
Dr. Ashwini Chhatre, Associate Professor, Department of Geography, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Wealth, Health, and Wildlife: Impacts of communal conservancies in Namibia
Dr. Robin Naidoo, Senior Conservation Scientist, WWF-US

Catalyzing Coastal Conservation: Making local marine management make sense
Dr. Alasdair Harris, Founder and Research Director, Blue Ventures

Lunch Break

1:40 p.m. Session 3: Innovations and Advances

Dr. Amy Luers, Director of Climate, Skoll Global Threats Fund

Technology Meets Conservation: Mobile phones as a tool for community empowerment
Ken Banks, Founder, and FrontlineSMS

Financing Community Conservation: Protecting snow leopards and livelihoods in Northern Pakistan
Dr. Shafqat Hussain, Founder and Managing Director, Project Snow Leopard; Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Trinity College

How Farmers, Food Products and Consumers Are Building a New Model for Conservation in Zambia
Dr. Dale Lewis, Director, Community Markets for Conservation

3:35 p.m. Session 4: Solutions at Scale

Dr. Cristina Rumbaitis del Rio, Senior Associate Director, Rockefeller Foundation

Engaged Women Drive Change
Dr. Jamie Bechtel, Co-Founder and CEO, New Course

Think Like a Movement-Builder: How to unlock people’s power to change the world
Jeremy Heimans, Co-Founder and CEO, Purpose

Private Sector Possibilities: Costco’s evolving sourcing practices
Sheri Flies, Assistant General Merchandising Manager of Global Sourcing, Costco

5:15 p.m. Keynote Speaker

Adapting in the Arctic: An indigenous perspective on community conservation from Alaska’s North Slope
Edward Itta, Commissioner, US Arctic Research Commission

5:50 p.m. Evening Reception with Presentation by Philippe Cousteau
Explorer, Social Entrepreneur, Enviromental Advocate and CNN Special Correspondent

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Oct 3, 2013

From 4 to 10 October it’s International Animal Week, and this year the NSPCA is encouraging animal lovers to recognise and celebrate the role that animals play in our lives by making some simple choices.

“This involves very few lifestyle changes, if any,” explained NSPCA Spokesperson, Christine Kuch. “It is about making conscious decisions that will have long-term beneficial effects for animals and so for us all. Building a compassionate community is the aim.”

According to the Association, this boils down to making responsible choices – like adopting from an SPCA or raising awareness by inviting the SPCA to speak at a school or community meeting.

It’s also about being careful about the organisations you support. For instance, rehabilitation centres, sanctuaries or welfare organisations with wild animals that can be petted or fed by hand are often misleading. Supporting circuses with no wild animal acts is a worthy step. Insisting on free range produce, noting and reporting cruelty and speaking out. Don’t support web sites that trade in live animals and make it clear why you will not attend or support ‘festivities’ where fireworks are used. Each small action can have a huge ripple effect.

“Every year we issue an appeal to everyone to join in International Animal Week by supporting the activities in your area,” added Christine Kuch. “In 2013 we wish to make this the starting point and to continue into and through the festive season, then onwards. It can be as simple as picking up litter which of course harms and may even kill small creatures and birds. It is about showing that we care and being part of solutions.”

Contact your local SPCA to find out what activities will be taking place in your area. has details of how we can all help on an ongoing basis – and you can leave your comments and ideas

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Sep 23, 2013

Join Project Rhino KZN and Kinglsey Holgate for World Rhino Weekend at the Boardwalk Shopping Centre, where more than 5,000 pieces of rhino art created by children in South Africa, Mozambique, and Swaziland will be on display!

Kingsley Holgate and other celebrities will be speaking to an estimated 30,000 visitors over the weekend and South African soccer team — Thanda Rhinos — will make a special appearance. White “rhino crosses” will be sold to raise funds for Project Rhino KZN’s work and schools, businesses, artists and conservation leaders are lining up to take part in this weekend of targeted action, fundraising and awareness!

Project Rhino KZN has also created two three-minute video clips (in English and Vietnamese). In these, children from KwaZulu-Natal speak out vehemently against rhino poaching and their words are supported by thousands of hand-drawn pictures from children in the rest of South Africa, Mozambique and Swaziland. Project Rhino KZN encourages all World Rhino Day supporters to hear the heartfelt pleas of children asking for rhino poaching to be stopped, and to share the videos!

No one is too young to celebrate World Rhino Day: A talented group of nursery school children in South Africa have created a rhino out of cardboard boxes and newspaper, and giving it a colorful paint job.

Colorful rhino created by nursery school students!

Colorful rhino created by nursery school students!

The rhino will be displayed on the corner of Napier and San Souci Roads in Parktown for World Rhino Day!

In celebration of World Rhino Day weekend, Goldfields Mall in Welkom is giving customers the opportunity to clad their rhino sculpture “Mapompana” (the Short Fat One) in R10 notes on Saturday 21 September in aid of Anti Poaching.

Mapompana is one of the largest solid concrete rhino sculptures in South Africa and is loved by young and old.

Mapompana is one of the largest solid concrete rhino sculptures in South Africa and is loved by young and old.

Mapompana is one of the largest solid concrete rhino sculptures in South Africa and is loved by young and old. Children have become accustomed to climbing on Mapompana whilst parents enjoy refreshments
in the Piazza.

For the second year in a row, a “Paint-a-thon” will be held at Greenwhich College in Johannesburg, South Africa. Student volunteers are giving up their Saturday night to paint pictures of rhinos. The emphasis is to paint at night in order to also raise awareness that this is when the rhinos are most vulnerable. Photo courtesy of Natasha Griffiths.

"Paint-a-thon" at Greenwhich College in Johannesburg.

“Paint-a-thon” at Greenwhich College in Johannesburg.

Rhino Force Bracelets: These cool beaded bracelets are raising funds for rhino conservation and NGOs such asSave the Rhino International. World Rhino Day is the perfect time to wear a Rhino Force Bracelet!


World Rhino Day 2013 Events in the USA #worldrhinoday Monday, September 9th, 2013

September marks the return of Megafauna to the Lost Rhino Brewing Company beer menu!

September marks the return of Megafauna to the Lost Rhino Brewing Company beer menu!

September marks the return of Megafauna to the Lost Rhino Brewing Company beer menu! The popular offering, introduced last year, pays homage to the Brewery’s rhino namesake. Megafauna translates as “large animal” and is fittingly making its comeback appearance during the month when World Rhino Day is celebrated, September 22nd.

For every pint of Megafauna ordered in the Tasting Room during the month of September, Lost Rhino will donate 25¢ to Save the Rhino International!

The Buffalo Zoo in New York will hold a special event on World Rhino Day to raise funds for the International Rhino Foundation.

The Buffalo Zoo in New York will hold a special event on World Rhino Day to raise funds for the International Rhino Foundation.

The Buffalo Zoo in New York will hold a special event on World Rhino Day to raise funds for the International Rhino Foundation. Tickets are $5 and include a presentation on the five rhinos species, raffles, snacks, and refreshments.

The Henry Vilas Zoo in Madison, WI, will hold a World Rhino Day celebration on September 22 from 3:00 pm — 6:00 pm at Capital Brewery, located at 7734 Terrace Avenue in Middleton.

The event will feature Rhino Facts Trivia and Raffle Drawings. Times and raffle items will be added soon!

Connect with Henry Vilas Zoo on Facebook.

(Source: Shane Elsinger)

The San Diego chapter of the International Rhino Keeper Association is celebrating World Rhino Day by hosting a party called “Winos for Rhinos” from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm at Vinz Wine Bar, located at 201 E Grand Ave, Escondido, CA 92025!

This event features wine tasting and a wine raffle! From 11:30 am to 6:00 pm, 20% of Vinz Wine Bar’s proceeds will go to the International Rhino Keeper Association.

(Source: Amanda Lussier)

The Saint Louis Zoo is thrilled to celebrate World Rhino Day on September 21st from 10am – 3pm. Come on out to visit the rhinos in the River’s Edge. There will be crafts and activities for kids and give-a-ways, including bookmarks and wristbands! Talk with a rhino keeper and help save the critically endangered black rhino!

Milwaukee County Zoo (located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) is celebrating World Rhino Day with two keeper talks to learn about the five species of rhinos, the poaching epidemic, and the Milwaukee County Zoo’s two black rhinos, Mimi and Brewster. Talks will be given in front of the outdoor black rhino exhibits at 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.

The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium will have an Education Table set up in front of the pachyderm building with a rhino awareness board, handouts with rhino facts, coloring sheets, and ticket information for a rhino lecture that will be held at the Fawcett Center here in Columbus in November. There will also be games for the kids and TWO special rhino keeper talks/training demos!

The 2014 Rhino Conservation Calendars are NOW on sale for $22 USD until September 22nd!

The 2014 Rhino Conservation Calendars are NOW on sale for $22 USD until September 22nd!

The International Rhino Keeper Association Rhino Conservation Calendars are NOW on sale for $22 USD until September 22nd (and $26 after 9/22). Calendar sales directly benefit the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary! Download the2014 Rhino Conservation Calendar order form.

Annamiticus will launch Episode 1 of the educational web series “Ancient Rhinos of Southeast Asia” on September 22. “Ancient Rhinos of Southeast Asia” is an educational web series which takes viewers on a historical journey of two Asian rhino species from their once plentiful existence to their decimation, and finally, to today’s unprecedented international effort to rescue these critically endangered megafauna from the edge of extinction.

Wondering what to wear on World Rhino Day?

T-shirt sales will benefit the International Rhino Foundation's Javan and Sumatran rhino conservation programs!

T-shirt sales will benefit the International Rhino Foundation’s Javan and Sumatran rhino conservation programs!

How about a rhino t-shirt: Annamiticus is contributing t-shirt proceeds from the month of September to theInternational Rhino Foundation‘s Sumatran and Javan rhino conservation programs. These two species are the rarest of rhinos: The Sumatran rhino currently numbers fewer than 100, and there are no more than 50 Javan rhinos still surviving.

World Rhino Day 2013 Events in the UK #worldrhinoday Monday, September 9th, 2013

This year Save the Rhino plans to send 5 of our famous rhino costumes across the UK to take part in local events. We’ll also be holding our own event here in London.

We are looking for 5 enthusiastic volunteers and would like to hear your ideas. What would you do with a rhino costume for a day? For your chance to be involved with World Rhino Day, please visit our website at savetherhino.organd download our short application form. You can also get in touch with Katherine at katherine (at) savetherhino (dot) org for more information, or phone us on 020 7357 7474.

Port Lympne Wildlife Park in Kent, home to 15 (!) black rhinos is hosting a World Rhino Weekend, with lots of fun activities planned to ensure everyone learns something new about rhinos!

Port Lympne Wildlife Park in Kent, home to 15 (!) black rhinos.

Port Lympne Wildlife Park in Kent, home to 15 (!) black rhinos.

“The Changing Face of the Rhino” will be presented on September 18th at the Royal Geographical Society in Londonwith Dr. William Fowlds, a South African safari veterinarian. Tickets can be purchased and cost £20 including a drinks reception from 6pm.

"The Changing Face of the Rhino" will be presented on September 18th at the Royal Geographical Society in London.

“The Changing Face of the Rhino” will be presented on September 18th at the Royal Geographical Society in London.

This event aims to raise awareness for the plight of the rhino through, and also to raise charitable funds to continue the work of, the educative curriculum of Voices of Conservation, along with supporting TUSK Trust and Born Free Foundation.

Celebrate the last day of Marwell Wildlife Go! Rhinos trail with a visit to Southampton to see the incredible rhino sculptures before their departure to Marwell Zoo and subsequent auction. Download the free Go! Rhinos smartphone app or a trail map from

Be sure to attend the Marwell Saving Species presentation at the Rhino enclosure at 4.15pm for a free raffle ticket to meet Kiri and Sula, their gorgeous white rhinos, and enter to win a face-to-face encounter with these gentle giants on the day. This prize is for up to four people!

Colchester Zoo will be supporting World Rhino Day, celebrating all five remaining rhino species and raising awareness about the trade in rhino horn! On Sunday 22 September, the Zoo will host a stall near the rhino enclosure with information on the current poaching crisis, the five remaining rhino species and information about rhinos at Colchester Zoo and on the UmPhafa Private Nature Reserve. You can help raise funds for the zoo’s chosen charity, Save the Rhino International, by purchasing rhino items from the stall, making rhino badges and masks and taking part in rhino-related activities.

Colchester Zoo’s rhino keepers are also offering a special opportunity for 50 people to meet Flossy the rhino! This will be a first come, first served event; with 2 groups of 25 visitors taking part at two times slots throughout the day. A requested minimum donation of £5 for adults and £3 for children is required for this special session, and tickets will be available at the stall (Please note, 10 – 15 year old children only are permitted to take part in this event and all children must be supervised by an adult). All proceeds will go towards Action for the Wild’s support of Save the Rhinos.

Join Knowsley Safari Park on Sunday 22 September to celebrate World Rhino Day and get the know the largest of the 5 species of rhino – the white rhino!

The rhino team is devoting the day to giving guided rhino tours. The tours are guided by our rhino team and last approximately 30 minutes including getting to and back from the rhino reserve. Tickets are £5 per person and 100% of the money is going to rhino conservation. TOURS START at 11:30AM, FINAL TOUR at 3:30PM! Places are limited!

There are also rhino activities going on in the wild at art building including updates from the keepers from when they went to Zimbabwe to visit the Lowveld Rhino Trust in action. There will also be a collection of nail clippings donated by Knowsley staff and visitors to raise awareness of the myths surrounding the medicinal properties of Rhino horn in an attempt to change attitudes and beliefs (more details to follow!).

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Posted: Sep 23, 2013 7:41am
Apr 22, 2013

We inspire people to plant, nurture, and celebrate trees.

This is the mission statement of the Arbor Day Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit conservation and education organization.

Founded in 1972, the centennial of the first Arbor Day observance in the 19th century, the Foundation has grown to become the largest nonprofit membership organization dedicated to planting trees, with over one million members, supporters, and valued partners.

The impact we make on our world is accomplished through our conservation and education programs.

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Posted: Apr 22, 2013 2:37am
Apr 20, 2013
Focus: Environment
Action Request: Celebration
Location: United States

About Earth Day Network

The first Earth Day on April 22, 1970, activated 20 million Americans from all walks of life and is widely credited with launching the modern environmental movement. The passage of the landmark Clean Air ActClean Water ActEndangered Species Act and many other groundbreaking environmental laws soon followed. Growing out of the first Earth Day, Earth Day Network (EDN) works with over 22,000 partners in 192 countries to broaden, diversify and mobilize the environmental movement. More than 1 billion people now participate in Earth Day activities each year, making it the largest civic observance in the world.

But Earth Day Network does not stop there.

All of EDN’s activities, whether greening schools or promoting green economic policies at home and abroad, inform and energize populations so they will act to secure a healthy future for themselves and their children. With its partner organizations, EDN provides civic engagement opportunities at the local, state, national and global levels. At every turn, EDN works to broaden the definition of "environment" to include all issues that affect our health, our communities and our environment, such as greening deteriorated schools, creating green jobs and investment, and promoting activism to stop air and water pollution.

Over the last 40 years, EDN has executed successful environmental campaigns on issues ranging from climate change and drinking water to voter registration and saving the whale. EDN is a recognized leader in creating civically–oriented innovative programs with partners outside of the environmental movement to tackle new challenges. Our core programs today focus on:

Greening Schools and Promoting Environmental Education In partnership with the U.S. Green Building Council and The Clinton Foundation, EDN’s Green Schools Campaign, aims to green all of America’s K-12 schools within a generation.  Green schools save money, conserve energy and water, and foster better-performing, healthier students.  EDN’s Educators' Network, used by over 30,000 teachers and administrators nationwide, provides innovative tools and resources to promote civic participation and to develop a sense of environmental responsibility among students of all ages. Together, EDN’s Education and Policy Teams organize federal and state legislative campaigns to green school facilities, improve school food, and enhance environmental education and civic engagement.  These include the Healthy Schools Act, No Child Left Inside, the National Civic Education Project, No Idling and the Climate Change Educators’ Grant.  EDN is also working internationally to promote green schools and improve environmental education.

Accelerating the Global Green Economy

For years, EDN has created dialogues and conferences engaging civil society, corporate, and government leaders on how to transition from a traditional, fossil fuel-based economy to one based on renewable energy, energy efficiency and other sustainable development principles. Our Global Day of Conversation continues to provide local government leaders with an opportunity to engage with their constituents in a dialogue about renewable energy, sustainability and the green economy.  As in 2010, EDN will co-host the Climate Leadership Gala with Sir Richard Branson’s Carbon War Room at the Creating Climate Wealth Conference, convening the world’s most successful green business leaders. EDN’s newest initiative, Women and the Green Economy (WAGE&trade, is promoting the unique leadership role women bring to advancing green economic and investment policies at the international, national and local levels.

A Billion Acts of Green®

From greening schools to hosting town hall discussions on clean energy investment and green jobs, Earth Day Network leads its network in thousands of Earth Day events and actions worldwide each year.  To catalyze global environmental activism, Earth Day Network chose A Billion Acts of Green® as the theme for Earth Day 2011. A Billion Acts of Green® – the largest environmental service campaign in the world – inspires and rewards simple individual acts and larger organizational initiatives that further the goal of measurably reducing carbon emissions and supporting sustainability. The goal is to register one billion actions in advance of the global Earth Summit in Rio in 2012.

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Posted: Apr 20, 2013 2:36am
Apr 20, 2013
Focus: Animal Welfare
Action Request: Various
Location: South Africa

South African organization that is involved in various activities such as : Training of companion animals, Tellington Touch body movement and excersises for pets, pet accomodation, finding homes for dogs, lots of media on offer, Open Paw campaign to educate about pets and much more.....

the "Click to feed" is absolutely free and you can click as many times as you like per day 

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Posted: Apr 20, 2013 2:16am
Feb 12, 2013
Focus: Environment
Action Request: Meeting
Location: South Africa

CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) is an international agreement between governments. Its aim is to ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival.

Click on the chart to see the trade data dashboards

Widespread information nowadays about the endangered status of many prominent species, such as the tiger and elephants, might make the need for such a convention seem obvious. But at the time when the ideas for CITES were first formed, in the 1960s, international discussion of the regulation of wildlife trade for conservation purposes was something relatively new. With hindsight, the need for CITES is clear. Annually, international wildlife trade is estimated to be worth billions of dollars and to include hundreds of millions of plant and animal specimens. The trade is diverse, ranging from live animals and plants to a vast array of wildlife products derived from them, including food products, exotic leather goods, wooden musical instruments, timber, tourist curios and medicines. Levels of exploitation of some animal and plant species are high and the trade in them, together with other factors, such as habitat loss, is capable of heavily depleting their populations and even bringing some species close to extinction. Many wildlife species in trade are not endangered, but the existence of an agreement to ensure the sustainability of the trade is important in order to safeguard these resources for the future.

Because the trade in wild animals and plants crosses borders between countries, the effort to regulate it requires international cooperation to safeguard certain species from over-exploitation. CITES was conceived in the spirit of such cooperation. Today, it accords varying degrees of protection to more than 30,000 species of animals and plants, whether they are traded as live specimens, fur coats or dried herbs.

CITES was drafted as a result of a resolution adopted in 1963 at a meeting of members of IUCN (The World Conservation Union). The text of the Convention was finally agreed at a meeting of representatives of 80 countries in Washington, D.C., the United States of America, on 3 March 1973, and on 1 July 1975 CITES entered in force. The original of the Convention was deposited with the Depositary Government in the Chinese, English, FrenchRussian and Spanish languages, each version being equally authentic.

CITES is an international agreement to which States (countries) adhere voluntarily. States that have agreed to be bound by the Convention ('joined' CITE are known as Parties. Although CITES is legally binding on the Parties – in other words they have to implement the Convention – it does not take the place of national laws. Rather it provides a framework to be respected by each Party, which has to adopt its own domestic legislation to ensure that CITES is implemented at the national level.

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Posted: Feb 12, 2013 2:42am
Feb 11, 2013
Focus: Environment
Action Request: Canvass
Location: South Africa

On March 23 at 8:30 p.m. local time, hundreds of millions of people around the world will turn off their lights for Earth Hour, the world’s largest collective display of commitment to protect the planet. 

Will you join us? By turning off your lights for just 60 minutes you can take positive action for the environment and inspire others to do the same. 

Earth Hour is an invitation to change your world. We only have one planet. You can help protect it

Conservation Action Network: Be the voice for those who have no voice

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Dec 12, 2012

Hi everybody, we in South Africa just experienced this moment in time. This will of course only be possible in 88 years' time ( on 01 Jan 2101 - 01:01:01). There is significance in time, at least on earth and this to me is special as it is also my mother's birthday ; so, enjoy the moment wherever you find yourself on this earth at that moment.....regards

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