I am a supporter of the World Peace 2000 organization
Our world is our environment. It is the air we breath, the water we drink and the food we eat. It is where we live, play and love. It is our home -- OUR HOME!!!
If we do not take care of it we will destroy ourselves.
Given that we live in this world and we have been instructed to be stewards of it, I have included in this section links to organizations and groups that I support either actively or in intent. On my page titled "Pathways" are links to organizations I support who understand the concept of stewardship and have put it into practice.
I have always felt a kinship with Our Brother Wolf and have begun a section on wolves on this site. I have included links to sites specifically about wolves. Please check some of them out.
The Sierra Club (USA)
The Sierra Club's Mission is to explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth; to practice and promote the responsible use of the earth's ecosystems and resources; to educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment; and to use all lawful means to carry out these objectives.
Naturenet is a voluntary enterprise to provide a good resource for practical conservation on the Web. While primarily UK based this sites includes references to other countries. Naturenet is intended for those interested in the countryside, its management, and nature conservation, as well as anyone who enjoys visiting the countryside. This includes ecologists, rangers, wardens, volunteers, students, tree wardens, biologists, bird watchers, land agents and farmers. As well as the index of sites there is an up to date reference section giving information about organizations which are involved in this field, and formal designations which are given to reserves, parks and other sites.
Stockholm Environment Institute (Sweden)
SEI is an independent, international research institute specializing in sustainable development and environment issues. It works at local, national, regional and global policy levels. The SEI research programme aims to clarify the requirements, strategies and policies for a transition to sustainability. These goals are linked to the principles advocated in Agenda 21 and the Conventions such as Climate Change, Ozone Layer Protection and Biological Diversity
The ECOSYSTEM (UK)
The Ecosystem features full text updates organized by topic from the comprehensive news service of The Environment Digest, the Conservation Foundation's media diary of forthcoming events, and information about The Ecologist magazine.
Institute for Global Communications (USA)
IGC is the U.S. member of the Association for Progressive Communications, a global partnership of computer networks that link activists around the world. It is a nonprofit organization that provides alternative sources of information as well as online access and comprehensive Internet services for progressive individuals and organizations. The initial network, PeaceNet was founded in a garage in Palo Alto, California in 1986. Since then, IGC has expanded its capabilities to bring Internet tools and online services to organizations and activists working on peace, economic and social justice, human rights, environmental protection, labor issues and conflict resolution. On this site are the PEACENET | ECONET | WOMENSNET | LABORNET | CONFLICTNET
EnviroLink provides daily environmental news, listings of boycotts throughout the world, a comprehensive list of sources for information on environmental and human rights issues, and a green marketplace listing services and merchandise from environmentally aware companies. This site includes a handy search function to aid in finding the information you want to find.
The Natural History Museum (UK)
In 1963 the British Museum (Natural History) became independent with its own trustees, and its name changed later to The Natural History Museum. Today the Museum's collections, gathered from across the globe, represent more than 300 years of scientific collecting and study. The Museum's mission is to maintain and develop its collections and use them to promote the discovery, understanding, responsible use and enjoyment of the natural world.
Society for Conservation Biology (USA)
The Center for Conservation Biology Network, is a non-profit organization located at Rice University which provides services without membership requirements or fees. This international professional organization is dedicated to promoting the scientific study of the phenomena that affect the maintenance, loss, and restoration of biological diversity. The Society's membership comprises a wide range of people interested in the conservation and study of biological diversity: resource managers, educators, government and private conservation workers, and students.
Expedition Link (International)
Expedition Link is a service of the 2111 Foundation for Exploration. The service provides URL links to other sites of interest related to expeditions and exploration endeavor.
Environmental Data Services Ltd (UK)
ENDS provides accurate and independent intelligence on the environment for anybody with a professional interest in environmental affairs; reports key developments in European environmental affairs; and offers excerpts from the UK's leading environmental journal
The Mining Co. offers a directory of environmental issues and resources with links to subjects such as Acid Rain, Bio diversity, Climate Change, Endangered Species, Electric Cars, Games/Puzzles, Hazardous Waste, Marine Pollution, Mining/Environment, Nuclear Waste, Organic Gardening, Population, Recycling, Rain Forests, Solar Energy, Trade/Environment, Wetlands, and Whales.
DreamCatchers Incorporated (USA)
A non-profit, charitable organization founded by the officers of Kifaru Productions to promote cross cultural communications emphasizing social and environmental respect. The organizations work is rooted in the belief that within the spiritual traditions of the ancient cultures of the Americas lie values not only viable in today's world, but absolutely vital to the regeneration of Earth's life cycle. In cooperation with other culturally based organizations, DreamCatchers fosters the creation of documentaries, feature films, educational events and school curriculum which all promote the values of respect for Nature and respect for the people.
International Fund for Animal Welfare
The IFAW was founded in 1969 to stop the cruel commercial slaughter of harp and hood seals. Since then, we have expanded our campaigns to embrace all animals and have been recognized as one of the most effective organizations for animal welfare in the world. They work closely with government leaders, other non-profit organizations and individuals to protect animals from cruelty and preserve their environment. IFAW is a pragmatic but tenacious family of dedicated professionals who believe that animals suffer far too much from commercial exploitation, habitat destruction and outright cruelty.
Tellus Institute (USA)
Tellus Institute is a non-profit research and consulting organization that promotes equitable and sustainable resource management. The Institute studies environment, resource, and development issues, develops and applies analytical methods, strengthens human and institutional capacity and supports government, multi-lateral, and non-governmental institutions and businesses.
First Millennial Foundation (USA & UK)
An organization dedicated to the colonization of space; how we can build toward the ultimate human destiny of leaving planet Earth and colonizing space. The Millennial Project is based upon the premise that -- scattered throughout the world's population -- the necessary talent, energy, and will exist to migrate Earth's life outward into the Solar System and beyond. The Foundation is dedicated to accomplishing that goal by bringing that dispersed energy, will, and talent into focus on the work that needs doing -- and getting it done.
NetAction is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public, policy makers, and the media about technology-based social and political issues. NetAction works to promote effective grassroots citizen action on the Internet. In addition to the Consumer Choice Campaign, membership dues support NetAction's Virtual Activist workshops, publication of NetAction Notes, and other programs to educate the public, policy makers and the media about technology-based social and political issues. NetAction trains activists to use the Internet as a tool for grassroots organizing, outreach, and advocacy; and create effective grassroots citizen action campaigns and coalitions that link cyberspace activists with grassroots organizations.
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