Animal Abuse on the Internet
The laws continue to get tougher, as people learn how to go about correctly submitting reports of abuse.
Giving Thanks to Animal Organizations
Acknowledgement of the efforts put forth by animal non-profit organizations and the dedicated people who devote their time towards exuberating positive change is as important as the services provided.
Google Earth Helps People Save Rainforest Animals
A tool that enables people to answer the eternal question, “How can I help rejuvenate the planet and protect its animals?” The answer is found by utilizing interactive knowledge; from which ideas are born.
Innovative Measure to Clean Oceans
When innovative minds think of creative solutions to reduce pollution and approach it with a "can do" attitude, the world experiences positive change.
Organic Produce and Humane Meats
Knowledge is the key to responsible consumerism. Animal Welfare Approved labeling and Natural Resources Defense Council's handy reference guide are two ways to healthier food resources while supporting humanely treated farm animals.
The Earth Day Canopy Project
The design of this program enables the enrichment of life for people, stabilizes wildlife, prevents desertification, and reduces atmospheric carbon levels. This project creates a means for cost effective global participation that fits into the busiest of lifestyles.
The Importance of Forest Rangers
The frontline in stopping endangered species from extinction comes in the form of dedicated forest rangers that make protecting the ecosystem their life's work.
Trap Neuter and Release Programs
The best way to help reduce shelter euthanasia is to curb the feral population responsibly, thereby reducing the strain on all of the shelter systems in place.
Volunteer to Conduct Seabird Surveys
Here is an ecological volunteer opportunity for those interested in taking a more active role in gauging human impact on the planet by cataloging seabird remains.
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