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www.greenpeace.org/usa/

For more than 35 years, Greenpeace has been on the front lines of environmental actions across the globe. From the first handful of activists who leased a small fishing vessel to stop nuclear testing off the coast of Alaska to the thousands of activists now working to push U.S. policymakers for comprehensive and science-based climate change policy, Greenpeace is one of the boldest and most independent campaigners for the planet. Today, Greenpeace has more than 2.9 million supporters around the world and engages a diverse array of effective strategies to expose global environmental problems and promote solutions that are essential to a green and peaceful future.

Greenpeace's effectiveness is recognized and respected in the global community, as evidenced in part by the fact that Greenpeace is the only environmental group with formal standing in the United Nations. Beyond the high profile tactics for which it has become famous, Greenpeace employs world-renowned scientists, policy experts and grassroots strategists who devise and spearhead targeted, thoughtful campaigns in 42 countries. These efforts are aimed at engaging the most influential leaders in our society for wholesale environmental change.


www.climatefriendly.com

Climate Friendly"! is an organization dedicated to positive, meaningful and real action to address our global greenhouse problem. Since launching in 2003 they have helped customers, from individuals to large corporate organizations, by providing a simple, effective and quick way to make their own contribution to slowing global warming. Their 'neutralize' philosophy is three-fold: Reduce, Renew and Neutralize. This means that each person or business should take action to reduce carbon emissions, support the renewable energy industry, and neutralize carbon emissions.

Climate Friendly is a founding member of the International Carbon Reduction and Offset Alliance (ICROA)


www.globalgreen.org

Global Green is working to address some of the greatest challenges facing humanity. In the United States our work is primarily focused on stemming global climate change by creating green buildings and cities.

Internationally, Global Green and its affiliates are working toward:
* Eliminating weapons of mass destruction that threaten lives and the environment
* Providing clean, safe drinking water for the 2.4 billion people who lack access to clean water




International Fund for Animal Welfare
www.ifaw.org

The International Fund for Animal Welfare works to improve animal welfare, prevent animal cruelty and abuse, protect wildlife and provide animal rescue around the world. From stopping the elephant ivory trade, to ending the Canadian seal hunt and saving the whales from extinction, IFAW works to create solutions that benefit both animals and people.




Protecting the World's Oceans
www.oceana.org

Oceana seeks to make our oceans as rich, healthy and abundant as they were in our grandparents' youth. We look to a future in which dolphin sightings are common along any temperate coast; in which the mighty swordfish, marlin and tuna are abundant once again; in which whales and sea turtles thrive, cod are plentiful on both sides of the Atlantic, local fishing cultures evolve rather then decline and in which fish are a safe, growing and plentiful source of food around the world.




Save the Whales Again!
www.savethewhalesagain.com

Save the Whales Again! is a campaign of The Whaleman Foundation and Animal Welfare Institute, The Animal Welfare Institute, founder of the original "Save the Whales" movement, was established in 1951 to reduce the sum total of pain and fear inflicted on animals by humans. The Whaleman Foundation is an oceanic research, conservation and production organization dedicated to preserving and protecting dolphins, whales, and their ocean habitat.

Our mission is to end whaling worldwide, while raising public awareness to all the other threats dolphins and whales face including toxic pollution, noise pollution, global warming, loss of habitat, entanglement in fishing nets, collisions with ships, and increasing whaling.





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