As a non-profit, Reverb is always excited to partner with other environmental organizations that are doing great work in their own communities and across the country. Through our Eco-Villages, which are present on several major tours every year, Reverb is able to offer up an opportunity to amplify their important message by inviting these groups out to join us. We are proud to have worked with the following organizations in the past.

Action for Animals

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Action for Animals is an educational organization that works to promote positive change in the ways people view and treat animals. Because every animal has the right to live his or her life free from oppression and exploitation, AFA promotes a vegan diet and lifestyle—not using animals for food, clothing, entertainment, research, trade, or any other objectifying purpose—and vegan activism as the best way to take action for animals.

Our personal consumer choices have an enormous impact on animals, and simply by changing what we consume we can stop the vast majority of animal cruelty and exploitation. You can end your support of the industries that abuse, kill, and exploit animals by eliminating meat, eggs, and dairy from your diet and leather, wool, fur, down, and other animal products from your wardrobe.

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Adirondack Mountain Club

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The Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK) is a nonprofit membership organization that protects wild lands and waters through a balanced approach of conservation and advocacy, environmental education, and responsible recreation. ADK’s mission is to represent all those who love wild places and to ensure that those places are protected and accessible for generations to come.

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Advocates for the West

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Advocates for the West is one of the leading conservation groups working to protect and restore public lands, water, and wildlife in the American West. We cherish the open spaces and freedom of the West, and want to ensure that our western heritage – its wildlife, wild places and wild rivers – are preserved for future generations. We use law to save the West.

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Alabama Coastal Foundation

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Since 1993, the Alabama Coastal Foundation (ACF) has worked to create a healthy balance between the conservation needs of their priceless coastal resources and the inevitable pressures of economic growth. They accomplish this by bringing together stakeholders with differing interests to facilitate mutually beneficial solutions. They provide fair and factual information to encourage responsible citizen action and offer opportunities for individuals to play a vital role in preserving the environment and the coastal way of life.

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Alabama Environmental Council

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It is the mission of the Alabama Environmental Council to protect Alabama's environment through advocacy, education, & preservation. The AEC is a solution-oriented organization that encourages industries, communities, and individuals to engage in responsible sustainable production and consumption. The AEC seeks to initiate action, promote leadership, and provide powerful grassroots support.

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Alabama Partners for Clean Air

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Alabama Partners for Clean Air (APCA) is an affiliation of 14 public, private and nonprofit organizations working to implement voluntary strategies that improve air quality in Jefferson and Shelby counties. APCA's goals are to achieve and maintain compliance with national air quality standards, to protect and improve public health, to minimize the economic impacts on existing businesses and support economic growth consistent with clean air goals.

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Alabama Rivers Alliance

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The mission of the Alabama Rivers Alliance is to protect Alabama's rivers through water quality and quantity policy advocacy, grassroots organizing, and the providing of information to citizens in order to achieve clean and healthy watershed ecosystems, healthy people, strong economies, and a functioning democratic system of government in Alabama.

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Allegheny Land Trust

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Allegheny Land Trust is an independent Pennsylvania nonprofit organization incorporated in 1993 to protect land of natural value in and adjacent to Allegheny County. ALT helps local people save local land that contributes to the scenic, recreational, educational and environmental wealth of our communities.

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Alliance for a Living Ocean

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The mission of the Alliance for a Living Ocean shall be to promote and maintain clean water and a healthy coastal environment through education, research and active participation. They recognize the need to manage our entire watershed, bay and ocean since all water flows from "the raindrop to the ocean".

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Alliance for Community Trees

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The Alliance for Community Trees (ACT) is dedicated to improving the environment where 83% of Americans live - cities, towns and metropolitan areas. Together, local ACT member organizations have planted 7.8 million trees with help from 450,000 volunteers nationwide.

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Alliance for Sustainability

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The Alliance for Sustainability is a nonprofit organization that promotes sustainability in the Chequamegon Bay region of Wisconsin and beyond.

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Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay

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The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay is a regional nonprofit organization that builds and fosters partnerships to protect and to restore the Bay and its rivers. The Alliance does not lobby or litigate. Instead, they do the slow, hard work of bridging dialogue between groups that don't see eye-to-eye, forming strategies for joint solutions, and building the capacity of communities for local-level action.

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Amazon Watch

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Amazon Watch works to protect the rainforest and advance the rights of indigenous peoples in the Amazon Basin. They partner with indigenous and environmental organizations in campaigns for human rights, corporate accountability and the preservation of the Amazon's ecological systems.

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Amnesty International

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Amnesty International is a worldwide movement of people who campaign for internationally recognized human rights for all.

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Athens Land Trust

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Athens Land Trust’s (ALT) mission is to promote quality of life through integration of community and the natural environment by preserving land, creating energy-efficient and affordable housing, and revitalizing neighborhoods. With 814 acres in Athens-Clarke, Barrow, Oconee, and Walton Counties protected under conservation easement, another 350 acres in process, and over 100 affordable housing units, ALT is producing visible results.

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Bamboo Farms & Coastal Gardens

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The Bamboo Farm & Coastal Gardens provides education, public outreach, and applied research in horticultural and environmental sciences.

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Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin

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The Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin (BFW) is a non-profit corporation dedicated to making Wisconsin a better place to bicycle. Its mission is to advocate, educate and coordinate bicycle interests in Wisconsin.

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Big Green Bus

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With a grass roots approach, meeting American citizens one-on-one across the country where they live and work and play, The Big Green Bus prompts individual action and lifestyle changes that will all add up to a difference for the future.

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Birthright Earth

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Birthright Earth is an environmental non-profit program that funds eye-opening trips for young people to the rain forests of South America. The Birthright Earth concept is inspired by, but not affiliated with, Taglit-Birthright Israel, which sends young Jewish adults to Israel to increase their ties to the country. Birthright Earth seeks to instill a understanding of the rare wonders and detrimental circumstances of today’s fragile ecosystems through direct exposure. On our trips, young people experience the rainforest itself, outside zoos and theme parks. Participants interact with indigenous communities, explore exotic beauty, come face-to-face with local wildlife, and learn from resident researchers about current conservation issues. Over the course of 10 days, every Birthright Earth traveler is shown how intricately connected we are with the world’s ecosystems, how truly breathtaking these parts of the world are, and how badly they need our help.

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Blue Ocean Institute

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Blue Ocean Institute uniquely works through science, art, and literature to inspire solutions and a deeper connection with nature. They share reliable information that enlightens personal choices, instills hope, and helps restore living abundance in the ocean.

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Blue Sky Alliance

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The Blue Sky Alliance of Appalachian Ohio works collaboratively throughout the region to put in place a base of Supportive Services along with Behavioral and Employment Services. Likewise, Blue Sky works with experienced public and private developers to create affordable housing.

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Boston Area S.E.A.

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BASEA is primarily an educational organization involved in the promotion of solar and other sustainable energy technologies throughout the greater Boston area. Since 1982 BASEA has been an active part of the region's energy-use conscience.

Membership includes engineers, architects, scientists, utilities, builders, students, and the general public. They advocate the balanced, mindful and responsible use of renewable energy to insure a sustainable future.

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Buckeye Forest Council

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The Buckeye Forest Council (BFC) is a membership-based, grassroots organization dedicated to protecting Ohio’s native forests and their inhabitants. The BFC uses education, advocacy and organizing to address the need for forest preservation and low-impact recreation over logging and resource extraction. They seek to instill in Ohioans a sense of personal connection to and responsibility for Ohio's native forests and to challenge the exploitation of land, wildlife and people.

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California Wilderness Coalition

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With towering redwood forests, pristine mountain peaks, and rugged desert landscapes, the wild lands of California encompass some of the most beautiful and diverse places on earth. These are refuges where eagles still soar across the horizon and salmon still swim from ocean to river–-lands where nature thrives and the human spirit is free.

California’s wild places offer a retreat from the frenetic pace of everyday life, and are also critically important to the ecological health of our region. Wilderness provides homes to threatened wildlife, supplies clean drinking water to California’s growing communities, and contributes to clean air in our skies.

CWC protects our wild landscapes through public education, legislation and advocacy. We believe that a well educated and activist citizenry is essential to the preservation of wild California.

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Campus Progress

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Campus Progress is a national organization that works with and for young people to promote progressive solutions to key political and social challenges. Through programs in activism, journalism, and events, Campus Progress engages a diverse group of young people nationwide, inspires them to embrace progressive values, provides them with essential trainings, and helps them to make their voices heard -- and to push policy outcomes in a strongly progressive direction.

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Canadian Renewable Fuels Association

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Founded in 1993, the Canadian Renewable Fuels Association (CRFA) is a non-profit organization with a mission to promote renewable fuels for transportation through consumer awareness and government liaison activities. The CRFA membership is comprised of representatives from all levels of the ethanol and biodiesel industry, including: grain and cellulose ethanol producers, biodiesel producers, fuel technology researchers, and agricultural associations.

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Cape Fear Biofuels

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Cape Fear Biofuels is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development of a biofuels infrastructure and related technologies in the region while creating moral, economic, and social value through sustainable development.

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Cascadia Wildlands Project

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Cascadia Wildlands educates, agitates, and inspires a movement to protect and restore Cascadia's wild ecosystems.

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Center for Biological Diversity

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At the Center for Biological Diversity, they believe that the welfare of human beings is deeply linked to nature — to the existence in our world of a vast diversity of wild animals and plants. Because diversity has intrinsic value, and because its loss impoverishes society, we work to secure a future for all species, great and small, hovering on the brink of extinction. They do so through science, law, and creative media, with a focus on protecting the lands, waters, and climate that species need to survive.

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Center for Environmental Health

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The Center for Environmental Health protects people from toxic chemicals and promotes business products and practices that are safe for public health and the environment.

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Centralina Clean Fuels Coalition

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The Centralina Clean Fuels Coalition (CCFC), has been in existence in the Greater Charlotte Region for over 10 years and was designated in April of 2004 in the Department of Energy's Clean Cities program. The Coalition is a local effort of the Centralina Council of Governments a state designated regional planning agency in North Carolina comprising Anson, Cabarrus, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln, Mecklenburg, Rowan, Stanly, and Union counties.

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Circle of Blue

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Founded in 2002, Circle of Blue is the international network of leading journalists, scientists, and communications designers that reports the information necessary to respond to the global freshwater crisis.

In most cases, the solutions to the global freshwater crisis exist. What is lacking is the information, awareness, and will to respond. Capturing the human heart through storytelling and the arts, making water issues personal and relevant, providing a hub for data visualization and aggregation, creating opportunities for people to connect and respond to the global freshwater crisis — Circle of Blue applies the best tools of the 21st-century newsroom to transcend traditional boundaries and raise awareness about water through front-line journalism.

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Citizens Awareness Network

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CAN is a grassroots environmental organization working to end the use of unaffordable and dangerous nuclear power in the Northeast and replace it with sustainable, reliable and affordable energy generation.

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Citizens Environmental Coalition

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CEC is an information clearinghouse and communications network for environmental issues in the Houston / Galveston, Texas, area. They serve the public by bringing many diverse groups together to build awareness and stimulate discussion about environmental issues in the region. Programs include forums that give a balanced perspective on environmental issues and information vehicles that enhance understanding.

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City Green

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City Green works to excite, inspire, and lead British Columbians in taking both simple and extraordinary actions to reduce energy use in homes and buildings.

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City Year

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City Year was founded on the belief that young people can change the world. City Year’s vision is that one day the most commonly asked question of a young person will be, “Where are you going to do your service year?”

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Clean Air - Cool Planet

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Clean Air-Cool Planet (CA-CP) is the leading organization dedicated solely to finding and promoting solutions to global warming.

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Clean Air Conservancy

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The institutional mission statement of the CAC expresses the stable and enduring identity of the CAC in terms of its reason for existence and its role in society. All of the strategies, tactics, goals, and activities of the CAC are guided by this statement.

The Clean Air Conservancy is a non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to continuously improving our shared environment by retiring marketable emission-reduction credits. Their goal is to participate in developing local, regional, national and global pollution markets in ways that can produce cleaner air and help slow the pace of global climate change. As an active market participant, the CAC is dedicated to improving the effectiveness and efficiency of existing and developing markets.

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Clean Air Council

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Clean Air Council is a member-supported, non-profit environmental organization dedicated to protecting everyone's right to breathe clean air. The Council works through public education, community advocacy, and government oversight to ensure enforcement of environmental laws.

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Clean Cities

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Clean Cities strives to advance the nation's economic, environmental, and energy security by supporting local decisions to adopt practices that contribute to the reduction of petroleum consumption. Clean Cities has a network of approximately 90 volunteer coalitions, which develop public/private partnerships to promote alternative fuels and advanced vehicles, fuel blends, fuel economy, hybrid vehicles, and idle reduction.

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Clean Water Action

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Clean Water Action is an organization of 1.2 million members working to empower people to take action to protect America's waters, build healthy communities and to make democracy work for all of us. For 36 years Clean Water Action has succeeded in winning some of the nation's most important environmental protections through grassroots organizing, expert policy research and political advocacy focused on holding elected officials accountable to the public.

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Clean Wisconsin

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Clean Wisconsin joins together to protect, improve, and sustain Wisconsin's clean water and air.

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Climate Change Central

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Climate Change Central is a non-profit organization that empowers Albertans to take action on climate change through consumer rebate programs, demonstration projects and educational outreach. The organization has also been instrumental in the collective effort of developing a provincial carbon market, the first in Canada.

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Climate Change Saskatchewan

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Climate Change Saskatchewan strives to be the source and resource for Saskatchewan people by sharing what impact GHG emissions have on climate and what that means to the provincial economy, health and the environment and by taking action through public education and outreach.

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Coalition for a Livable Future

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The Coalition for a Livable Future unites over 90 diverse organizations and hundreds of individuals to promote healthy and sustainable communities. By connecting issues, people and organizations, CLF empowers communities to take action together to shape the big decisions affecting the Portland region’s future.

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Coastal Conservation League

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The Coastal Conservation League is a grassroots non-profit conservation organization, founded in 1989 and backed by over 4,000 members.

Its mission is to protect the natural environment of the South Carolina coastal plain and to enhance the quality of life of our communities by working with individuals, businesses and government to ensure balanced solutions.

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Community Environmental Council

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Community Environmental Council is a small nonprofit with a 40-history of big results. When CEC launched its Fossil Free by ’33 campaign, they started by analyzing our county’s current energy use and outlining the steps to becoming independent of fossil fuels. They then went to work implementing our plan. Over the last few years, CEC has led the community in changing local building codes to reduce energy use in new and remodeled buildings, staunchly advocated for alternative and more efficient forms of transportation, and brought the community together to support the first large-scale wind farm to be permitted in Santa Barbara County.

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Connecticut Fund for the Environment

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The Connecticut Fund for the Environment has been protecting and improving Connecticut’s air, land and water since 1978.

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Cottonwood Institute

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The Cottonwood Institute is an educational nonprofit based in Denver, CO. We are on a mission to connect diverse youth to the outdoors and empower them to improve their schools, their communities, and the environment for future generations. To learn more about how we are "changing the world, one adventure at a time," please click the link below.Visit Cottonwood Institute »

CPAWS Wildlands League

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Our vision is an Ontario, with an unspoiled legacy of wilderness areas, and all the precious values they hold: biological diversity, renewal of spirit, crystal clean lakes, pristine forests, rushing rivers, sage-sweet grasslands and healthy ecosystems. We protect Ontario’s wild lands and natural areas; and advance resource use that is sustainable for nature, communities and the economy. We work directly and collaboratively with communities, government, First Nations and industry partners, as well as individual community members to advance sustainable resource use. We combine science, visionary solutions and effective communication to save, protect and enhance Ontario’s wilderness areas so ecosystems thrive.

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Defenders of Wildlife

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Founded in 1947, Defenders of Wildlife is one of the country’s leaders in science-based, results-oriented wildlife conservation. They stand out in our commitment to saving imperiled wildlife and championing the Endangered Species Act, the landmark law that protects them.

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Doan Brook Watershed Partnership

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The DBWP exists to dynamically increase public awareness of, and serve as a collective voice for, the Doan Brook and its constituencies, as well as to facilitate and support restoration projects, with an eye towards environmental justice.

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Dogwood Alliance

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Dogwood Alliance works to build and engender broad-based public support to end destructive industrial forestry practices in the Southern US, the largest paper producing region in the world. Through a combination of highly visible grassroots campaigns and skilled negotiators in the corporate boardrooms they pursue win-win solutions that ensure the future of natural and native Southern forests. Additionally, they work to create market demand for environmentally sound paper products and to stop new threats to the region's forests and communities like the movement to burn forests for electricity on a large-scale.

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Earth Day Coalition

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The mission of Earth Day Coalition is to provide education, inspire leadership and encourage action for a healthy environment.

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Earth Watch

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Earthwatch Institute is an international non-profit organization that brings science to life for people concerned about the Earth's future. Founded in 1971, Earthwatch supports scientific field research by offering volunteers the opportunity to join research teams around the world. This unique model is creating a systematic change in how the public views science and its role in environmental sustainability.

Today, Earthwatch recruits close to 4,000 volunteers every year to collect field data in the areas of rainforest ecology, wildlife conservation, marine science, archaeology, and more. Through this process, we educate, inspire, and involve a diversity of people, who actively contribute to conserving our planet.

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EarthCorps is a non-profit organization founded in 1993 with a mission to build global community through local environmental service. As an AmeriCorps affiliate, EarthCorps provides one-year intensive programs for young adults (18-25) to learn best practices in conservation techniques and develop skills in leading volunteers (ages 8-80).

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EarthSave leads a global movement of people from all walks of life who are taking concrete steps to promote healthy and life-sustaining food choices.

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East Tennessee Clean Fuels Coalition

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The East Tennessee Clean Fuels Coalition (ETCFC) is a collection of proactive regional fleets and citizens who are working to reduce dependence on foreign oil and improve regional air quality and sustainability. It is a voluntary effort.

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Using less, living better.

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EcoWatch encourages individuals, businesses and governments to adopt sustainable lifestyles, business practices and policies. We fulfill our mission by publishing a bimonthly newspaper EcoWatch Journal that is distributed for free throughout Ohio. We print 80,000 copies per issue, which can be found in libraries, community centers, retail and coffee shops, restaurants and other locations where you find free publications. EcoWatch Journal is a venue for the sustainability community to get their news out to a broad audience. The articles in the newspaper are written people working every day to better our planet and focus on solution-based sustainability projects and policies.

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Environment America

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Environment America is a federation of state-based, citizen-funded environmental advocacy organizations. Our professional staff in 27 states and Washington, D.C., combines independent research, practical ideas and tough-minded advocacy to overcome the opposition of powerful special interests and win real results for the environment. Environment America draws on 30 years of success in tackling environmental problems.

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Environmental Action

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Thirty-five years ago, millions of Americans were no longer willing to put up with black smoke belching from car tailpipes, industries fouling drinking water with toxic pollution, or developers paving over wild places.

Those Americans figured out which members of Congress were doing the most damage and called them the Dirty Dozen. They signed petitions, they lobbied their representatives, and they voted. And then, after they organized the inaugural Earth Day in 1970, many of those pioneers created a new organization to help them do all of those things better. That group was Environmental Action.

Environmental Action got results. They helped convince one of the most corrupt, special-interest-beholden presidents in history, Richard Nixon, to sign the most far-reaching environmental laws in American history: the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act and the Endangered Species Act.

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Environmental Council of Rhode Island

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The Environmental Council of Rhode Island serves as an effective voice for developing and advocating policies and laws that protect and enhance the environment.

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Environmental Resource Center

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Environmental Resource Center is a full-service environmental, health, safety, and transportation consulting firm. Since 1981, they have served the needs of industry, academia, and federal and state government agencies by providing high-quality safety and environmental consulting services. They offer a variety of seminars, including all required EPA hazardous waste management training and DOT hazardous materials training. Their goal is to help you to effectively comply with EPA, DOT, IATA and OSHA regulations.

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Florida Renewable Energy Association

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The Florida Renewable Energy Association is dedicated to expanding the use of clean, renewable energy technologies through public awareness, political advocacy, and individual initiative.

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Founded in 2000, ForestEthics is a nonprofit environmental organization with staff in Canada and the United States. Their mission is to protect Endangered Forests and wild places, wildlife, and human well-being—one of our focus areas is climate change, which compromises all of our efforts if left unchecked. They catalyze environmental leadership among industry, governments and communities by running hard-hitting and highly effective campaigns that leverage public dialogue and pressure to achieve our goals.

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Fraser Basin Council

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The Fraser Basin Council (FBC) is a unique organization that is focused on advancing sustainability throughout the entire Fraser River Basin. The long-term vision of the FBC is to ensure that the Fraser Basin is a place where social well-being is supported by a vibrant economy and sustained by a healthy environment – a true reflection of sustainability.

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Friends of the Desert Mountains

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Friends of the Desert Mountains is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization formed in 1987 by concerned citizens of our community. They are located 120 miles east of Los Angeles in the Colorado desert region. Their mission is to acquire and preserve land in the Coachella Valley and surrounding mountains, and to support education, conservation, and research in the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument located there.

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Friends of the Katy Trail

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The Friends of the Katy Trail is a nonprofit organization founded to organize community support for the Katy Trail, to advocate support for the Trail, to raise private funds for the completion of the Trail, and to help the City of Dallas plan, build and maintain Trail improvements.

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Friends of the Parks

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Friends of the Parks (FOTP) is a 501(c)(3) designated park advocacy organization, dedicated to preserving, protecting, and improving Chicago’s parks and forest preserves for all citizens. Since 1975, FOTP has increase private and public commitment to Chicago’s parks through establishing park advisory councils, developing new parks, renovating playlots, and presenting public workshops and lectures to create and informed citizenry.

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Galveston-Houston Association for Smog Prevention

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GHASP’s mission is to reduce air pollution in the Houston region to protect public health and environmental quality through research, education and advocacy.

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Georgia Conservancy

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Founded in 1967 at Sweetwater Creek State Park by a group of concerned citizens, the Georgia Conservancy collaborates, advocates and educates to protect Georgia's natural environment. Through its focus on clean air and water, land conservation, coastal protection, growth management and education, the Georgia Conservancy works to develop solutions to protect Georgia’s environment and promote the stewardship of the state’s vital natural resources.

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Georgia River Network

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Georgia River Network is working to ensure a clean water legacy by engaging and empowering Georgians to protect and restore our rivers from the mountains to the coast.

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Global Gardens

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Located in Tulsa, Oklahoma Global Gardens is dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty and empowering low-income students to become agents of change in their communities through inquiry-based science and peace education. Global Gardens partners with Title I schools to facilitate enrichment during the school day for pre-k through 5th grade and after school programs from 3rd-7th graders.

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Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association

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The Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association is a non-profit organization that educates, advocates, promotes, and publicly demonstrates renewable energy technologies.

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Green For All

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Green For All is a national organization working to build an inclusive green economy strong enough to lift people out of poverty. Green For All is dedicated to improving the lives of all Americans through a clean energy economy. They work in collaboration with the business, government, labor, and grassroots communities to create and implement programs that increase quality jobs and opportunities in green industry – all while holding the most vulnerable people at the center of their agenda.

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Green Homes NYC

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Green Homes NYC is a full service real estate brokerage, with an added focus on working with ecoconscious home buyers and renters.

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Green Mountain Energy

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Green Mountain Energy Company is the nation’s leading retail provider of cleaner energy and carbon offset solutions. Green Mountain offers residential, business, institutional and governmental customers an easy way to purchase cleaner, affordable electricity products, as well as the opportunity to offset their carbon footprint.

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Greening of Detroit

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The Greening of Detroit, is a 501 (c)(3) not for profit organization, established in 1989 to guide and inspire the reforestation of Detroit. Their latest strategic plan reflects commitment to a clear sense of direction that will guide the organization's development over the next five years.

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GreenLaces empowers people to showcase their environmental values by wearing 100% recycled plastic shoelaces (GreenLaces™) and making a Promise to the Planet™. Started by professional athlete, Natalie Spilger, GreenLaces propels its symbolic movement using community heroes, like athletes (including hundreds of Olympians, Pros and more). Through GreenLaces these athletes are activated to improve our environmental by inspiring environmental action, connecting the community and educating through the fun-zone of sports.

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Gulf Future Campaign

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Working together through the Gulf Future Campaign, the Gulf Coast Fund for Community Renewal and Ecological Health and Gulf Restoration Network are partnering up with other organizations and communities across the country to strengthen our voice and make sure that the needs of the Gulf Coast are heard and met. The Gulf Future Campaign was created shortly after the BP oil spill of 2010 with a mission of providing the long-term support needed to protect the environment and the distinct culture of the Gulf Coast for future generations.

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Heal the Ocean

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Heal the Ocean focuses on wastewater infrastructure - sewers and septic systems - as well as other municipal operations that contribute to ocean pollution.

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By teaching people how to participate in the democratic process, HEAL Utah is working to ensure fundamental changes occur in the way we make decisions; primarily that the public, not polluters, plays a meaningful role in determining whether Utah will serve as an enabler for a toxic economy, or one that promotes a healthy environment in which to raise our families.

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Heifer International

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Heifer International’s mission is to work with communities to end hunger and poverty and to care for the earth.

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Hoffler Creek Wildlife

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The mission of the Hoffler Creek Wildlife Foundation is to conserve the last parcel of wilderness in the Hoffler Creek watershed for environmental education, research, and recreation consistent with good stewardship.

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Hoosier Environmental Council

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The Hoosier Environmental Council aims to set a new path for Indiana, where the people of the state embrace practices and policies that dramatically reduce the footprint of industry, commerce and agriculture on the environment. Following this path, Indiana will ascend to new heights in our public health, economic well-being, and in our preservation of nature for generations to come.

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Hudson River Greenway Council

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The Hudson River Valley Greenway is an innovative state agency created to facilitate the development of a voluntary regional strategy for preserving scenic, natural, historic, cultural and recreational resources while encouraging compatible economic development and maintaining the tradition of home rule for land use decision-making.

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Idaho Conservation League

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The Idaho Conservation League is Idaho’s voice for clean water, clean air and wilderness—values that are the foundation to Idaho’s extraordinary quality of life.

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Indiana Recycling Coalition

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Our Mission is to support source reduction, reuse, composting and recycling activities in Indiana. To encourage integrated recycling, the Coalition supports buying recycled-content products, and the collection and remanufacturing of recyclable materials. The goal of this support is to conserve our natural resources, decrease reliance on final disposal and to encourage environmental responsibility.

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Inland Northwest Land Trust

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Inland Northwest Land Trust works with willing private landowners to preserve and protect the natural lands, waters, and working farms and forests of the Inland Northwest.

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Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA)

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Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America is the country’s first and largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization for veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and has more than 200,000 veteran members and civilian supporters nationwide. IAVA was founded in 2004 by current Executive Director Paul Rieckhoff and his fellow Iraq and Afghanistan veterans. After returning home from their tours, these veterans came together after quickly becoming concerned with the way the war in Iraq was being portrayed in the media and the overall plight of newly returned veterans.

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K.C. Food Circle

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The Kansas City Food Circle is building a community food system in which farmers, eaters, chefs, and grocers know and trust each other. Their network enables us to share our knowledge and experience while we work together promoting the benefits of locally-grown organic and free-range foods. They cooperate in nourishing each other today while seeking to sustain the ability of future generations to nourish themselves through healthy farming practices.

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Keep Indianapolis Beautiful

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Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. unites people to build community and transform public spaces through aesthetic and environmental improvement.

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LA Audubon

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The mission of Los Angeles Audubon is to promote the enjoyment and protection of birds and other wildlife through recreation, education, conservation and restoration.

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Leelanau Conservancy

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The Leelanau Conservancy conserves the land, water, and scenic character of Leelanau County.

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Living Oceans Society

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Living Oceans Society is Canada’s largest organization focusing exclusively on marine conservation issues. They are based in Sointula, a small fishing village on the Central Coast of British Columbia.

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Local First Utah

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Local First Utah is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that seeks to strengthen communities and local economies by promoting, preserving, and protecting local, independently owned businesses throughout Utah.

Organized in 2005 by a small number of volunteer business owners and communityminded residents, Local First Utah today has more than 1500 locally owned and independent business partners, including citizens and government organizations across the state.

Local First Utah is open to all Utah businesses that are at least 51% locally-owned and make their business decisions independently. There is no class of membership in the organization and registration is free.

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Local Motion is a member-supported non-profit organization forging a culture of active transportation and recreation in northwestern Vermont.

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Louisiana Environmental Action Network

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LEAN was founded to help Louisiana citizens change the balance of power and challenge the continued economic and ecological destruction that had become institutionalized in Lousiana. By empowering more than one hundred grassroots, community organizations, and countless individuals, LEAN has already helped in gaining a tremendous foothold in the war to make Louisiana's communities safer, healthier places to live. LEAN's expanded efforts will allow the progress already made to continue.

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Maine Solar Energy Association

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The Maine Solar Energy Association (MESEA) is dedicated to promoting public awareness and use of solar energy and other renewable and nonpolluting energy sources, energy conservation, and green building practices. To these ends, MESEA sponsors hands-on workshops, publishes a quarterly newsletter, The Maine Sun, and maintains a website at

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Mequon Nature Preserve

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Our mission is to be a guiding example of restoration by returning an urban/suburban area to pre-settlement conditions and establishing an environmental education conservancy and natural habitat that inspires exploration and cultivates stewardship, encouraging visitors to get off the path.

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Metropolitan Energy Center

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EETC is the only Greater Kansas City Area training organization accredited to supply the Kansas Energy Auditor Certification necessary for auditors wishing to participate in the new 'Efficiency Kansas' weatherization programs, loans and rebates.

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Michigan Environmental Council

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The Michigan Environmental Council – a 501(c)(3) charitable organization – is a coalition of more than 70 organizations created in 1980 to lead Michigan’s environmental movement in achieving positive change through the political process. MEC combines deep environmental policy expertise with close connections to key state and federal decision makers, decades of experience getting things done in the political process, and an ability to rally broad and powerful alliances in support of reforms. With member groups and partners in the public health and faith-based communities, MEC promotes public policies to ensure that Michigan families will enjoy clear waters, clean beaches, beautiful landscapes and healthy communities for years to come.

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Midwest Environmental Advocates

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Midwest Environmental Advocates is the first and only non-profit environmental law center in Wisconsin. MEA provides legal and technical support to grassroots groups that are working for environmental justice in the Western Great Lakes region.

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Milwaukee Environmental Consortium

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The Milwaukee Environmental Consortium, Inc. (MEC) fosters collaboration within Milwaukee's environmental community through efficiencies of scale attained by the combined efforts of groups working together.

The Milwaukee Environmental Consortium provides communal office services and is a conduit for communal benefits to its members. The member organizations include nonprofit organizations with missions focused on environmental and sustainable development issues. MEC provides an open and welcoming working environment to all environmental groups in the Greater Milwaukee area.

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Mobile Baykeeper

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Mobile Baykeeper is working with the Alabama Stormwater Partnership, a group of fourteen statewide agencies as well as several national agencies, each with the goal of reducing stormwater runoff in the state of Alabama. Together they are working to fully understand the impacts of stormwater in our waterways, to affect policy change, increase oversight, and educate the public about this issue.

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MS Wildlife Federation

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As the oldest and largest conservation organization in the state, the Mississippi Wildlife Federation works to protect Mississippi’s natural resources for future generations. They believe that there can be a balance between environmental conservation and economic development. They also believe that education is an important component in all that they do. As a federation, they have affiliate organizations representing statewide organizations as well as local conservation groups.

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Electronics improve the way we live, work and play, but there's one place where electronics should have no impact -- the environment. Through responsible use, reuse and recycling of electronics, the consumer electronics industry and consumers can protect and preserve the environment.

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National Biodiesel Board

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The NBB is the national trade association representing the biodiesel industry as the coordinating body for research and development in the US. It was founded in 1992 by state soybean commodity groups, who were funding biodiesel research and development programs. Since that time, the NBB has developed into a comprehensive industry association, which coordinates and interacts with a broad range of cooperators including industry, government, and academia. NBB's membership is comprised of state, national, and international feedstock and feedstock processor organizations, biodiesel suppliers, fuel marketers and distributors, and technology providers.

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Natural Areas Association

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The NAA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and a vital resource, providing natural areas 'defenders' with the tools and information they need to be successful. The NAA has been serving natural areas professionals, and volunteers, for nearly 30 years.

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Nebraska Food Cooperative

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Our Mission: To foster a local food community and promote a culture of stewardship by cultivating farmer-consumer relationships, promoting the enjoyment of healthful food, increasing food security through diversity, and enhancing overall rural sustainability.

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Nebraska Sustainable Agriculture Society

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Our mission: To promote agriculture & food systems that build healthy land, people, communities & quality of life, for present & future generations.

Our vision & work: We recognize the essential relationship between healthy local agriculture & a strong local food system; a relationship that benefits from food grown & processed locally. This adds quality & security, as well as social & ecological responsibility & benefits to the our communities. It is this understanding that motivates NSAS's work to strengthen & enhance these systems together. Our work spans across Nebraska.

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New England Carbon Challenge

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Are you interested in reducing the energy you use to heat your home and power your appliances and other electrical gadgets? Do you want to shave a little (or a lot) off your energy bills and need some help getting started? Or maybe you're interested in getting a home energy audit and need to find a skilled professional auditor? Whether you're just getting started or have made a lot of energy improvements already and are ready for renewable energy, our tools can help your household reduce your energy consumption and environmental impact. And save money in the process!

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New Mexico Wilderness Alliance

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The New Mexico Wilderness Alliance is a non-profit 501 C3, grassroots, environmental organization dedicated to the protection, restoration, and continued enjoyment of New Mexico’s wildlands and Wilderness areas. The primary goal of the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance is to ensure the protection and restoration of all remaining wild lands in New Mexico through administrative designations, federal Wilderness designation, and on-going advocacy.

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NH Sustainable Energy Association

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The New Hampshire Sustainable Energy Association provides NH residents with an effective resource to help you through the process of incorporating renewable energy and sustainable technologies into your lives.

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NOLS - National Outdoor Leadership School

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Founded in 1965 by legendary mountaineer Paul Petzoldt, NOLS--a 501(c)(3) not for profit educational institution--takes people of all ages on remote wilderness expeditions, teaching technical outdoor skills, leadership, and environmental ethics in some of the world’s wildest and most awe-inspiring classrooms. What NOLS teaches cannot be learned in a classroom or on a city street. It takes practice to learn outdoor skills and time to develop leadership. The wilderness provides the ideal setting for this unique education.

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Northeast Sustainable Energy Association

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The Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) is the nation's leading regional membership organization promoting sustainable energy solutions.

For more than thirty years, NESEA has supported and inspired a growing network of professionals and sustainable energy advocates committed to responsible energy use. NESEA is committed to advancing three core elements: sustainable solutions, proven results and cutting-edge development in the field.

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Ocean Conservancy

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Ocean Conservancy promotes healthy and diverse ocean ecosystems and opposes practices that threaten ocean life and human life. Through research, education, and science-based advocacy, Ocean Conservancy informs, inspires, and empowers people to speak and act on behalf of the oceans. In all its work, Ocean Conservancy strives to be the world's foremost advocate for the oceans.

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Ohio Citizen Action

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Since 1975, Citizen Action has practiced door-to-door democracy across Ohio. They combine original, newsmaking research and an extraordinary ability to stay in touch with members door-to-door and on the phone. Citizen Action members make the most of whatever time they can spare: signing petitions, writing letters, making phone calls, talking to neighbors, posting yard signs, or speaking out at community meetings.

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OK Department of Wildlife Conservation

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The mission of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is to manage Oklahoma’s wildlife resources and habitat to provide scientific, educational, aesthetic, economic and recreational benefits for present and future generations of hunters, anglers and others who appreciate wildlife.

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Oklahoma Food Cooperative

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At the Oklahoma Food Cooperative, they do not sell any mystery food. You know exactly who produced the food, where it was grown or raised, and what production practices the farmer or rancher uses. They don't just order five pounds of generic hamburger, you order it from a specific producer. Their food has a story, and you -- as a customer of locally raised foods -- are part of that story.

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ONE is a campaign and advocacy organisation with more than 2 million members committed to the fight against extreme poverty and preventable disease, particularly in Africa. Cofounded by Bono and other campaigners, ONE is nonpartisan and works closely with African policy makers and activists.

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Ontario Clean Air Alliance

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The OCAA is a coalition of health and environmental organization, faith communities, municipalities, utilities, unions, corporation and individuals working for clean air through a coal phase-out and a shift to a 100% renewable electricity future.

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Oregon Environmental Council

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The Oregon Environmental Council brings Oregonians together for a healthy environment.

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Oregon Wild

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Founded in 1974, Oregon Wild works to protect and restore Oregon’s wildlands, wildlife and waters as an enduring legacy for all Oregonians.

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Partnerships for Parks

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Because active and involved communities are essential to vibrant parks and neighborhoods and to a healthy city, Partnerships for Parks supports New Yorkers who want to work together to make neighborhood parks thrive.

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Peace Action of Central New York

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Peace Action of Central New York, an affiliate of Peace Action national office and Peace Action of New York State, is an organization that strives to engage and inform its membership and the greater community in activities that promote peace, human rights, and the abolition of weapons of mass destruction. In pursuit of peace since 1981.

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Penn Future

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PennFuture works to create a just future where nature, communities and the economy thrive. We enforce environmental laws and advocate for the transformation of public policy, public opinion and the marketplace to restore and protect the environment and safeguard public health. PennFuture advances effective solutions for the problems of pollution, sprawl and global warming; mobilizes citizens; crafts compelling communications; and provides excellent legal services and policy analysis.

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Pennsylvania Environmental Council

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The Pennsylvania Environmental Council (PEC) protects and restores the natural and built environments through innovation, collaboration, education and advocacy. PEC believes in the value of partnerships with the private sector, government, communities and individuals to improve the quality of life for all Pennsylvanians.

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Rainforest Alliance

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The Rainforest Alliance works to conserve biodiversity and ensure sustainable livelihoods by transforming land-use practices, business practices and consumer behavior.

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Rainforest Relief

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Rainforest Relief works to end the loss of the world’s tropical and temperate rainforests and protect their human and non-human inhabitants by reducing demand for the products of rainforest logging, mining and agricultural conversion, through education, advocacy, research and action.

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REAL School Gardens

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REAL School Gardens partners with high-poverty elementary schools to create learning gardens that become an integral part of their teaching culture and community. We support the design and installation of school gardens, train teachers to use them to improve children’s learning and build community around them to nurture support for urban schools. When teachers take learning outdoors, children achieve greater success in school by becoming more engaged learners, more effective team members and also healthier people. In North Texas alone, REAL School Gardens supports 74 schools, ensuring that more than 41,000 children and over 2,600 educators have daily access to nature through school gardens. Our gardens have been shown to improve children’s lives by boosting academic achievement, nurturing healthy lifestyles, cultivating life skills and promoting environmental stewardship.

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Renew Wisconsin

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RENEW Wisconsin is a nonprofit organization headquartered in Madison. They promote clean energy strategies for powering the state's economy in an environmentally responsible manner.

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Rhythm N' Rights

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Rhythm N' Rights (RN'R) is a program within Amnesty International. The objectives are: To build awareness and action of human rights abuses around the world; To galvanize local communities through outreach at concerts and musical events into a more influential force for human rights worldwide. RN'R does this within Amnesty International's Mission which is to undertake research and action focused on preventing and ending grave human rights abuses.

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Rock Creek Alliance

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The Rock Creek Alliance is a small, nonprofit organization with offices in western Montana and the panhandle of northern Idaho. Established in 1996, the organization works to protect the water quality of the Clark Fork-Pend Oreille Watershed and the Cabinet Mountains Wilderness Area from the proposed Rock Creek Mine. Membership is diverse, representing a broad cross-section of political and economic interests, and includes property owners, business owners, sports people, recreational enthusiasts, conservationists, and individual citizens concerned about clean water and the health of their local communities.

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Rock for a Remedy

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Rock for a Remedy, Inc (RFAR) is a non-profit organization that partners with local food relief organizations and national touring artists to both gather food/monetary donations and encourage youth and adults to better their communities through charitable efforts.

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Rock the Earth

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Rock the Earth is a not-for-profit, national public interest environmental organization dedicated to protecting and defending America's natural resources through partnerships with the music industry and the world-wide environmental community. They act as advocates to ensure the existence of a sustainable and healthy environment for all and represent those individuals and communities whose environment or natural surroundings are directly and adversely affected by others.

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San Diego Coastkeeper

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San Diego Coastkeeper protects the region’s bays, beaches, watersheds and ocean for the people and wildlife that depend on them. We balance community outreach, education, and advocacy to promote stewardship of clean water and a healthy coastal ecosystem.

Coastkeeper is a locally-based non-profit organization and is San Diego’s official agency of the international Waterkeeper Alliance, which works to protect the world’s waterways.

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San Diego EarthWorks

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San Diego EarthWorks is a committed network of volunteers in service for a healthy, prosperous and sustainable future for all living things.

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Santa Barbara Channelkeeper

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Channelkeeper works on the water and in the community to monitor local waterways, restore aquatic ecosystems, advocate for clean water, enforce environmental laws, and educate and engage citizens in identifying and devising solutions to local pollution problems. Their goals are to eliminate industrial and other pollution to the Channel, eliminate beach closures, protect local wetlands, monitor water quality, and monitor and restore aquatic ecosystems.

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Savannah Tree Foundation

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The Savannah Tree Foundation's mission is to promote, through direct action and education, an awareness of trees, particularly the live oak, as vital resources and an important part of our heritage. The foundation preserves, nurtures, and plants trees to enhance the quality of life for present and future generations.

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Save Our Canyons

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Save Our Canyons is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is dedicated to protecting the beauty and wildness of the Wasatch canyons, mountains, and foothills.

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Save Our Cumberland Mountains

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SOCM is a non-profit Tennessee grassroots organization working state-wide for social, environmental and economic justice in areas such as sustainable forestry, clear cutting, strip mining, mountain top removal, AML, toxic issues, aerial spraying, tax reform, voter rights and dismantling racism. Members also work on many other issues at the local level.

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Save Our Shores

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Save Our Shores is a non-profit marine conservation organization in Santa Cruz, California.

Their mission is caring for the marine environment through ocean awareness, advocacy, and citizen action.

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Save the Bay

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Save The Bay is committed to fostering a personal connection between people and Narragansett Bay and encouraging investment in the Bay’s future.

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Save the Manatee Club

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Save the Manatee Club is an award-winning national nonprofit 501(c)(3) and membership-based organization established in 1981 by renowned singer/songwriter, Jimmy Buffett, and former U.S. Senator, Bob Graham, when he was governor of Florida.

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Save the Whales

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Save the Whales' purpose is to educate children and adults about marine mammals, their environment and their preservation.

Save the Whales was founded in 1977 when Maris Sidenstecker was 14 years old, and focuses on educating the public, especially children, about marine mammals and the fragile ocean environment.

Save the Whales believes children, the future of the planet, need to be empowered and know that their actions can promote change. Education is the key to saving whales, oceans, and ourselves.

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Seven Generations Ahead

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Seven Generations Ahead (SGA) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to build ecologically sustainable and healthy communities. SGA advocates for proactive, local community solutions to global environmental issues, and works to promote clean, renewable energy; eco-effective materials and products; intelligent, sustainable building design; and fresh, local food raised using ecologically safe and healthy practices.

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Sierra Club

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Since 1892, the Sierra Club has been working to protect communities, wild places, and the planet itself. They are the oldest, largest, and most influential grassroots environmental organization in the United States.

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Snake River Alliance

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The Snake River Alliance serves as Idaho's nuclear watchdog and Idaho's advocate for renewable and nuclear-free energy. They raise community awareness about the dangers of nuclear waste, weapons and power while working to identify and promote sustainable alternatives. They do their work through advocacy, collaboration, education and grassroots organizing.

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Solar Energy Week

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The California Center for Sustainable Energy (CCSE) is an independent, nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation that helps residents, businesses and public agencies save energy, reduce grid demand and generate their own power through a variety of rebate, technical assistance and education programs. CCSE also provides the community with objective information, research, analysis and long-term planning on energy issues and technologies.

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South Carolina Environmental Law Project

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SCELP's goal is to protect South Carolina's natural resources and environment through forceful legal advocacy. SCELP provides concerned citizens and environmental groups the services of an attorney with broad experience in environmental law, and handles a wide variety of environmental cases throughout the state.

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Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

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Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) has been a leading voice for energy reform to protect the quality of life and treasured places in the Southeast for more than 20 years. Founded in 1985, SACE is the only regional organization primarily focused on developing clean energy solutions throughout the Southeast.

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Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance

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Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance (SUWA) is a group of concerned citizens who share the common goal of preserving Utah's remaining desert wild lands, known collectively as America's redrock wilderness. Since 1983, SUWA has been the only independent organization working full-time to defend America's redrock wilderness from oil and gas development, unnecessary road construction, rampant off-road vehicle use, and other threats to Utah's wilderness-quality lands.

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St. Louis Earth Day

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St. Louis Earth Day makes every day Earth Day, cultivating environmental stewardship and engaging individuals, governments, businesses, schools and the non-profit sector in celebration, education and action to support a healthy and sustainable future. Our major programs include an annual Earth Day Festival in Forest Park and an event greening program, Recycling on the Go.

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Stop Global Warming

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The Stop Global Warming Virtual March is a non-partisan effort to bring citizens together to declare that global warming is here now and that it is time to demand solutions. Global warming is the most urgent issue of our time, and while the problem is of worldwide significance, they recognize that the United States is the biggest emitter of greenhouse gases, responsible for 40% of the industrialized world's emissions, and doing the least about it. The necessary first step must be to encourage Americans to take action. This online grassroots movement is about change -- as individuals, as a country, and as a global community. We are all contributors to global warming and must all be part of the solution.

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Surfrider Foundation

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The Surfrider Foundation is a non-profit grassroots organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of our world’s oceans, waves and beaches. Founded in 1984 by a handful of visionary surfers in Malibu, California, the Surfrider Foundation now maintains over 50,000 members and 90 chapters worldwide.

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Sustain Charlotte

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Sustain Charlotte is helping to advance a region-wide sustainability movement by serving as a catalyst for change. Our mission is to serve as a resource and a facilitator in the development of a more robust and holistic approach to our region’s sustainability, uniting businesses, nonprofits, academic institutions, and citizens to build a more sustainable future for the entire Charlotte metropolitan region.

Sustainability is the new driving factor affecting the economic well-being, quality of life, population trends, public health, environmental conditions and other measures of regional vitality. But the Charlotte region lags behind other metro areas in sustainability issues, nor is there any one entity taking a long-term, regional perspective or leadership role in this arena. Sustain Charlotte was formed in January 2010 to fill this void.

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Sustainable Alberta

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The Sustainable Alberta Association (SAA), established in 1998, is a non-profit organization with a strong volunteer component. The SAA board consists of representatives from business, government and the non-profit sector. Their main focus is to improve the personal, social and environmental health of Calgarians through encouraging citizens to leave their cars at home and commute by foot, bicycle, bus, train, carpool and telecommunications.

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Sustainable Tulsa

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Sustainable Tulsa promotes responsible economic growth, environmental stewardship and quality of life for all.

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Tennessee Clean Water Network

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TCWN is a non profit corporation that organizes Tennesseans to claim their right to clean water and healthy communities by fostering civic engagement, building coalitions and advancing water policy for a sustainable future.

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Tennessee Conservation Voters

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TCV is a statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting Tennessee's environment and preserving our natural resources via legislative and administrative advocacy. We are a nonpartisan coalition that works to make environmental protection a top priority for our elected officials, candidates and voters. With our 27 member groups, we also seek to inform and educate citizens and public officials about environmental issues and to advocate for effective ways of protecting our natural heritage.

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Tennessee Environmental Council

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For more than thirty years, the Tennessee Environmental Council has been working to protect the environment in Tennessee. The Council's efforts have been successful in protecting the Great Smoky Mountains, cleaning up the Pigeon River, reducing pollution from TVA's coal-fired power plants, and preventing degradation of high quality streams and the globally significant Rumbling Falls Cave system.

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Texas Campaign for the Environment

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TCE is dedicated to informing and mobilizing Texans to protect the quality of their lives, their health, their communities and the environment. They believe that people have a right to know and a right to act on issues that fundamentally affect their lives and future generations.

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The Elizabeth River Project

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The Elizabeth River Project is an independent, 501-(c)(3) non-profit organization incorporated in 1993 and governed by a board of directors, and works to restore the Elizabeth River to the highest practical level of environmental quality through government, business and community partnerships.

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The Lands Council

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The Lands Council preserves and revitalizes Inland Northwest forests, water, and wildlife through advocacy, education, effective action, and community engagement.

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The Naked Truth Project

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The mission of The Naked Truth Project is to serve as a resource center for nontoxic living and to educate people about the link between human health and the products we put in our bodies, on our bodies, and in our homes.

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The Nature Conservancy

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The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people.

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The Sky is Not Limited

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The Sky is Not Limited is a 501 (c) 3 public charity aimed at getting people clean water through the use of solar electricity. Money donated to this cause goes into purchasing solar equipment to power well pumps, drilling wells, and pumping equipment. In November of 2010, the organization successfully carried out its first project in Tanzania, Africa. The village of Kisele, Tanzania, in the Mkuranga District, now can flip a switch and let the sunlight pump water from their 240' deep well to provide clean water to not only their village, but also to nearby villages. With help from friends and donors, the organization hopes to get clean water to more and more villages in various places.

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Toronto Environmental Alliance

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Since 1988, the Toronto Environmental Alliance has campaigned locally to find solutions to Toronto's urban environmental problems. A not-for-profit organization, TEA advocates on behalf of all Torontonians for a green, healthy and equitable city. We rely on our members to help us work with communities and we act as an environmental watchdog at City Hall.

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The Fair Trade Certified™ Label guarantees consumers that strict economic, social and environmental criteria were met in the production and trade of an agricultural product. Fair Trade Certification is currently available in the U.S. for coffee, tea and herbs, cocoa and chocolate, fresh fruit, flowers, sugar, rice, and vanilla. TransFair USA licenses companies to display the Fair Trade Certified label on products that meet strict international Fair Trade standards.

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TreePeople’s mission is to inspire, engage and support people to take personal responsibility for the urban environment, making it safe, healthy, fun and sustainable and to share the results as a model for the world.

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Trees Atlanta

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Founded in 1985 by Central Atlanta Progress, the Junior League of Atlanta, Inc. and the Atlanta Parks Commissioner, Trees Atlanta has been a prime force in addressing Atlanta's tree loss, creating increased green space, and conserving the city's trees.

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Triangle Rails to Trails Conservancy

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Founded in 1989, the Triangle Rails to Trails Conservancy (TRTC) is a state chartered non-profit, organization. Its purpose is to work with local and state government officials to preserve local abandoned railroad corridors for future transportation and other interim uses such as recreational trails.

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Tulsa Community Garden Association

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The mission of Tulsa Community Garden Association is to promote and facilitate the development of community gardens in the Tulsa area, to provide a forum and networking opportunity for these gardeners and to offer information and education to the general public.

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Tulsa County Conservation District

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In the 1930s, the Dust Bowl raged across much of Oklahoma. In response to this severe environmental disaster, Conservation Districts were created to help local landowners with soil and water conservation measures. On April 12, 1938, the Arkansas-Verdigris Conservation District, now the Tulsa County Conservation District (TCCD), was the second conservation district formed in the state of Oklahoma. Since then, TCCD has been working with landowners and citizens alike to educate them about measures they can undertake to enhance their lives and Tulsa County. TCCD is committed to: educating citizens about our Earth, working on conservation projects, Blue Thumb volunteer water quality monitoring, cost-share programs, and it's incredible group of dedicated volunteers.

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Tulsa Master Recyclers’ Association

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The Tulsa Master Recyclers Association was established to promote a healthy and sustainable environment by educating and motivating people to reduce waste throughout the Tulsa community and the State of Oklahoma.

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Upland Hills Ecological Awareness Center

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Upland Hills EAC is a Michigan 501c3 organization, located in a beautiful rural setting in northern Oakland County. It was built in the 1970’s as a demonstration model for doing more with less, energy conservation, and alternative energy. The Center has 30 + years of experience in this field. The EAC is rooted in the desire to inform and nurture awareness, accompanied by actions that promote the well-being of all life on Earth. Since their inception they have been exploring the relationship between energy, ecology, wellness and wisdom, and encouraging others to do the same. They offer workshops and seminars, produce conferences and other major events, and provide a variety of green living resources and information to a growing EAC community.

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Vote Solar

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The Vote Solar Initiative is a non-profit organization with the mission of stopping global warming, fostering economic development and increasing energy independence by bringing solar energy into the mainstream.

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Voter Action

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Voter Action is a national non-profit organization that seeks to ensure election integrity in the United States through legal advocacy, research, and public education. They aim to protect an open and transparent election process, one in which our elections at the federal, state, and local level are accessible and verifiable. They support the basic civil and political rights of all voters to cast their ballots in an independent manner and to have to their votes accurately recorded and counted. They seek to reclaim our elections for the public domain, controlled by the voters and not by private interests.

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Watershed Center Grand Traverse Bay

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The Watershed Center advocates for clean water in Grand Traverse Bay and protects and preserves its 1,000-square-mile watershed. We are a member of the international Waterkeeper Alliance.

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Western Canada Wilderness Committee

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The Wilderness Committee, founded in 1980, is a registered non-profit society with charitable status. With over 30,000 members from coast to coast to coast, and 40,000 additional donors and volunteers, they are Canada’s largest membership-based, citizen-funded wilderness protection group. Their head office is in Vancouver, with field offices in Victoria, Edmonton, Winnipeg and Toronto.

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Western New York Land Conservancy

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The Western New York Land Conservancy is a private, non-profit land trust dedicated to preserving our region's irreplaceable natural environments, farms, forestlands and open space in order to maintain wildlife habitat, economic resources, public recreation areas and the unique scenic character of Western New York.

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Wild Virginia

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Wild Virginia is a grassroots non-profit organization dedicated to preserving wild forest ecosystems in Virginia’s National Forests.

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WildCare is located in downtown San Rafael, California — Marin County's largest city — making them a truly urban wildlife rehabilitation center.

Marin has grown a lot since our inception in 1974, and as the county stretched into the wild places that surrounded it, people and wildlife found themselves calling the same place home. WildCare works to make sure all species can coexist-- not just by treating sick or injured animals (over 3,000 of them a year), but also by teaching people how to live peacefully with wildlife and by advocating for better protection of wildlife and our remaining open spaces.

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Wisconsin Environment

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Wisconsin Environment is a statewide, citizen-based environmental advocacy organization. Our professional staff combines independent research, practical ideas and tough-minded advocacy to overcome the opposition of powerful special interests and win real results for Wisconsin's environment. Wisconsin Environment draws on 30 years of success in tackling our state's top environmental problems.

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Women’s Earth Alliance

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Women’s Earth Alliance (WEA) creates innovative solutions to issues of water, food and land through collaborative initiatives that train, connect, and empower emerging women leaders.

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World Wildlife Fund

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The World Wildlife Fund works to save nature by protecting species and their habitats, by ensuring our use of natural resources is sustainable, and by helping individuals, companies and governments reduce pollution.

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