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  • Save the World, Spread the Love

    The purpose of this project is to encourage artists globally to create and submit works of art that coincide with the vision of global unity and pacifism among our peoples. Save the World, Spread the Love was born in hopes that that vision may one day become a reality. You may submit pictures of your drawings, paintings, sculptures, videos, songs, poems, essays, photographs, etc. to the page in hopes of inspiring and uniting artists across the world. Collectively, we can make this vision of Love everlasting and spread outwards towards all reaches of our world.

    supporter Created By Marianna Belmares read project
  • End Rhino Poaching

    On the 2nd of March 2012, 2 bull Rhinos and 1 female Rhino were poached for their horns at Kariega Game Reserve in South Africa. Sadly, the older bull Rhino died of his wounds that night. Themba (pictured left) suffered extensive leg damage during his attack along with horrific facial wounds. Over three weeks after his attack, he had gone to find comfort for his painful leg in a watering hole, it seems he hadn't the strength to pull himself out and very sadly drowned on Sunday 25th March. The news was devastating for the Kariega team, Dr Fowlds and all who had grown so fond of Themba while following the story on the Kariega facebook page. Thandi, the female Rhino (pictured right) is a walking miracle. She has healed well, although some signs of infection were recently noted in her facial wounds. You can see the heartbreaking footage of Themba and Thandi in the youtube videos. The footage contains upsetting scenes. Through the sharing of Themba and Thandi's story, a new wave of global support has been generated. The more we share the closer we will become to bringing and end to Rhino poaching.

    supporter Created By Jennifer Woodward read project
  • Low-impact, distributed, cheap energy

    On the merest shoestring, Lawrenceville Plasma Physics is going to provide distributed cheap power generation to the planet.

    supporter Created By Brian Hall read project
  • Setting up a 'Future Club' in your community

    Future Clubs offer an opporunity for like-minded people to meet face-to-face in a relaxed and enjoyable social setting for some focussed discussion on various aspects of how they want their lives to be over the next 20 years. Guiding Principles for the meetings are (1) Positivity – focus on the positive, yet embrace all experiences (2) Integrity - walk the talk, be the change (3) Action – to provide support and encouragement so we can begin to manifest our visions (4) Fun – enjoy the evening and make it enjoyable for everyone (5) Personal – focus on what we want for ourselves and what we can do personally and together (6) Timescale – from the present to 2030

    supporter Created By Ian Tennant read project
  • Solar Fire

    http://www.solarfire.org/article/films

    supporter Created By Wissenz Eva read project
  • Journeys for Climate Justice

    Journeys for Climate Justice (JCJ) offers an exciting way for individuals and organisations to contribute to meaningful action on climate change, by funding and supporting innovative projects in the Asia Pacific Region.

    supporter Created By Patrick Kirkby read project
  • Community led Olive Ridley Sea Turtle and Their Habitat Conservation Programme

    The Gahirmatha, Rushikullya and Devi river mouth of Odisha state is well known for world’s largest Olive Ridley sea turtle rookery. The Olive Ridley sea turtle (Lepidochelys Olivacea), which nests along the Odisha coast, is highly endangered today. This species is especially known for its mass nesting or arribada when several thousands of turtles migrate to the breeding ground to mate and nest simultaneously. Although mass nesting or arribada takes place in three sites, the adjacent beaches of these places also contribute greatly through sporadic nesting of sea turtles. Olive Ridley Sea Turtles in Odisha represents about 50 % of its world population and 90% of the population of sea turtles along the Indian coast comes to Odisha coasts for nesting.

    supporter Created By Bijaya Kumar Kabi read project
  • Reducing Exhaust Emissions and Fuel Consumption in Vehicles, Boats and Generators

    A new product is now available in the UK which actively participates A new product is now available in the UK which actively participates in the protection of the planet by remarkably reducing in some cases by more than 50% the polluting gas emissions from engine exhausts. The product is called Econokit and it has been developed and patented by French engineers. It has been on sale in France since April 2011 and is growing in popularity globally.

    supporter Created By Deborah Cooper read project
  • Getting rid of the broken windows of our neighborhoods and giving our children a positive environment to grow and florish...

    Hi, I am an African American female who have grew up a middle class neighborhood and attended one of the best highschools in Missouri. However, I had children and moved on my own and was able to see what its like to live in poverty. It seems like I have witnessed to distinctively different worlds!... I know how privledged it is to live in a safe and comfortable neighborhood, breath fresh air, play in modern safe and clean parks, and attend schools that prepare you for success in college. I also know what it is like to live in a place where most people have no hope, their environment is filled with litter, dust, and dirt, where the playgrounds are not safe and the equipment is run down. I know what its like to live in a neighborhood where broken windows are ignored. I have witnessed that most people who have lived in poverty all their life, they do not know how good life can be.

    supporter Created By Ashley Bailey read project
  • WISHCRAFT

    We Integrate Scholarship with the Collection of Recyclables and Frequently-generated Thrash.

    supporter Created By Crispina Corpuz read project

Atmosphere

  • SEC Climate Portal www.climatechange.sg

    This program is based on the book "Climate Change: A Silent Threat". The SEC Climate Portal was developed by the Singapore Environment Council (www.sec.org.sg). This site provides detailed information on climate change related issues globally and in the local context. The Climate Change Portal consolidates all climate change related projects undertaken by the Singapore Environment Council (SEC) as well as climate change related services (Carbon Calculator, Options for offsetting carbon emissions). In so doing, the Climate Change Portal is a one-stop centre for provision of information as well as services related to climate change. Please visit the site at www.climatechange.sg

    supporter Created By sylvain richer de forges read project
  • Pine Forest Eco Lodge

    Opportunity to be co creator of Eco Lodge 15,000m2 agricultural land with permission to build treehouse suites.Borders fresh spring river and 100,000m2 pine forest land. Looking for participants/partners wanting to live off the grid in nature off the land.

    supporter Created By corinne parry soku read project
  • The FXU (FREE EXPRESSION OF UNITY) GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT BROADCAST NETWORK

    I am seeking an opportunity in promoting the establishment and or network operation of an international WELFARE BASED TELEVISION BROADCAST NETWORK.

    supporter Created By johnwilliam hohepa read project

Water

Ecosystems

  • Plant trees through www.Grow-Trees.com at Kanha for tigers and people

    India's national parks, even the highly-protected tiger reserves such as Kanha, find themselves losing tree cover and therefore wildlife habitat, because poor people harvest them for their fuel needs

    supporter Created By pradip shah read project
  • rescue and rehabilitating animal project

    the project is about to save endangered species of animals.

    supporter Created By SAURABH J DONGRE read project
  • biodiversity portal of singapore www.biodiversity.sg

    The Biodiversity Portal of Singapore is a major initiative to raise awareness on biodiversity not just in Singapore and South East Asia but worldwide. The Biodiversity Portal of Singapore was developed to celebrate the international year of biodiversity in 2010. This programme was developed for the purpose of raising awareness on biodiversity and the dramatic issue of the intensifying trend of the extinction of species on Earth, one of the main environmental challenges of the 21st century. This programme was conceptualized and developed based on a book: “The Biodiversity of Life on Earth: from Heritage to Extinction”. This book was used as a core for the website aiming to provide a unique educational platform on biodiversity. Furthermore, various sections of this website were specifically developed with the intention to serve as a hub for individuals and organisations willing to learn and act on the subject Please visit the site at: www.biodiversity.sg This programme is a CSR initiative from Siloso Beach Resort (www.silosobeachresort.com)

    supporter Created By sylvain richer de forges read project
  • plastic waste recycle in peru

    i have an small project to recycle plastic waste from industrial uses and domestic uses

    supporter Created By MANUEL BARBA read project
  • free energy

    to produce free energy without any burning derivates

    supporter Created By fatmir lushaj read project
  • TORRIDON FOREST GARDEN CROFT

    a 1 ha rushy field being used to grow a multi faceted range of foods, fuel and craft materials in the heart of the mountain and coastal area known as Torridon, in Wester Ross, Scotland.

    supporter Created By LES BATES read project
  • Pine Forest Eco Lodge

    Opportunity to be co creator of Eco Lodge 15,000m2 agricultural land with permission to build treehouse suites.Borders fresh spring river and 100,000m2 pine forest land. Looking for participants/partners wanting to live off the grid in nature off the land.

    supporter Created By corinne parry soku read project
  • The FXU (FREE EXPRESSION OF UNITY) GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT BROADCAST NETWORK

    I am seeking an opportunity in promoting the establishment and or network operation of an international WELFARE BASED TELEVISION BROADCAST NETWORK.

    supporter Created By johnwilliam hohepa read project

Biodiversity

  • End Rhino Poaching

    On the 2nd of March 2012, 2 bull Rhinos and 1 female Rhino were poached for their horns at Kariega Game Reserve in South Africa. Sadly, the older bull Rhino died of his wounds that night. Themba (pictured left) suffered extensive leg damage during his attack along with horrific facial wounds. Over three weeks after his attack, he had gone to find comfort for his painful leg in a watering hole, it seems he hadn't the strength to pull himself out and very sadly drowned on Sunday 25th March. The news was devastating for the Kariega team, Dr Fowlds and all who had grown so fond of Themba while following the story on the Kariega facebook page. Thandi, the female Rhino (pictured right) is a walking miracle. She has healed well, although some signs of infection were recently noted in her facial wounds. You can see the heartbreaking footage of Themba and Thandi in the youtube videos. The footage contains upsetting scenes. Through the sharing of Themba and Thandi's story, a new wave of global support has been generated. The more we share the closer we will become to bringing and end to Rhino poaching.

    supporter Created By Jennifer Woodward read project
  • Community led Olive Ridley Sea Turtle and Their Habitat Conservation Programme

    The Gahirmatha, Rushikullya and Devi river mouth of Odisha state is well known for world’s largest Olive Ridley sea turtle rookery. The Olive Ridley sea turtle (Lepidochelys Olivacea), which nests along the Odisha coast, is highly endangered today. This species is especially known for its mass nesting or arribada when several thousands of turtles migrate to the breeding ground to mate and nest simultaneously. Although mass nesting or arribada takes place in three sites, the adjacent beaches of these places also contribute greatly through sporadic nesting of sea turtles. Olive Ridley Sea Turtles in Odisha represents about 50 % of its world population and 90% of the population of sea turtles along the Indian coast comes to Odisha coasts for nesting.

    supporter Created By Bijaya Kumar Kabi read project
  • biodiversity portal of singapore www.biodiversity.sg

    The Biodiversity Portal of Singapore is a major initiative to raise awareness on biodiversity not just in Singapore and South East Asia but worldwide. The Biodiversity Portal of Singapore was developed to celebrate the international year of biodiversity in 2010. This programme was developed for the purpose of raising awareness on biodiversity and the dramatic issue of the intensifying trend of the extinction of species on Earth, one of the main environmental challenges of the 21st century. This programme was conceptualized and developed based on a book: “The Biodiversity of Life on Earth: from Heritage to Extinction”. This book was used as a core for the website aiming to provide a unique educational platform on biodiversity. Furthermore, various sections of this website were specifically developed with the intention to serve as a hub for individuals and organisations willing to learn and act on the subject Please visit the site at: www.biodiversity.sg This programme is a CSR initiative from Siloso Beach Resort (www.silosobeachresort.com)

    supporter Created By sylvain richer de forges read project
  • Medicinal Plant Conservation Project in Sri Lanka

    We suppose to carry out Medicinal Plant identification conservation and regeneration project in sri lanka. as well as we are plan to cultivate medicinal plant and bring to international market only economic valuable plant then we can improve economic status of rural area people in out country and we can save very important medicinal plant in sri lanka. we hope to do In- situ, Ex- situ conservation, maintain nursery,GIS maping, development of medicinal plant former, awareness programs and many programs are allocate for the protection of medicinal plant in sri lanka.

    supporter Created By Nature eye Organization read project
  • Save Badgers - Boycott Welsh Dairy Products Campaign

    The new Defra Secretary, Caroline Spelman, has said that she is looking at the science before she implements any 'cull' of badgers in England. However, contradicting reports have said that 'culling' is imminent. Therefore, it is vital that as many people as possible write to her to ask her to do the right thing.

    supporter Created By Viva - Vegetarians International Voice for Animals read project
  • NaturesScope

    NaturesScope is a philosophical and educational project that brings an inspiring new way to unblock our natural empathy and creativity by learning from as well as about Nature.

    supporter Created By Dr Alan Rayner read project
  • Save the South March Highlands

    The South March Highlands is an old-growth forest wetland complex with countless lakes and ponds established on an extensive outcropping of the billion year old canadian shield. This area has high environmental significance, and it contains several animal and plant species at risk.

    supporter Created By Deanna Abell read project
  • The FXU (FREE EXPRESSION OF UNITY) GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT BROADCAST NETWORK

    I am seeking an opportunity in promoting the establishment and or network operation of an international WELFARE BASED TELEVISION BROADCAST NETWORK.

    supporter Created By johnwilliam hohepa read project

Climate Change

  • Journeys for Climate Justice

    Journeys for Climate Justice (JCJ) offers an exciting way for individuals and organisations to contribute to meaningful action on climate change, by funding and supporting innovative projects in the Asia Pacific Region.

    supporter Created By Patrick Kirkby read project
  • South Lakes Action on Climate Change toward Transition

    We are a community led orgnisation in South Lakeland in Cumbria involved in a wide variety of campaigns, protests and local climate change projects. Go to www.slacc.org.uk for more information.

    supporter Created By South Lakes Action on Climate Change read project
  • Staveley Green Travel Initiative

    Staveley Green Travel Initiative (Staveley Gti) is a community led project aimed at improving quality of life by increasing awareness of alternative travel options and their benefits in the village of Staveley in Cumbria. Last year we went door-to-door offering local people individual travel planning, signposting useful organisations and providing bus timetables and other interesting material. We also ran a series of events such as cycle maintanance workshops and bike trains. Go to http://www.staveley-gti.co.uk/ for more information.

    supporter Created By South Lakes Action on Climate Change read project
  • SEC Climate Portal www.climatechange.sg

    This program is based on the book "Climate Change: A Silent Threat". The SEC Climate Portal was developed by the Singapore Environment Council (www.sec.org.sg). This site provides detailed information on climate change related issues globally and in the local context. The Climate Change Portal consolidates all climate change related projects undertaken by the Singapore Environment Council (SEC) as well as climate change related services (Carbon Calculator, Options for offsetting carbon emissions). In so doing, the Climate Change Portal is a one-stop centre for provision of information as well as services related to climate change. Please visit the site at www.climatechange.sg

    supporter Created By sylvain richer de forges read project
  • Informal investigation into practical methods of generating non-intermittent future electrical power while at the same time reducing carbon emissions.

    There are many experts in their respective fields of expertise that are not necessarily able to evaluate multiple technologies across disparate technical boundaries. Throughout history it has been seen that people who have knowledge and experience in fields other than a particular subject area can shed light on problems simply by taking a transverse view. It is also the writer’s experience that experts do not necessarily welcome such views. However, given the evidence to date regarding the published suggested solutions to both future power and global warming, it is obvious that other solutions are necessary.

    supporter Created By James Ian Johnston read project
  • IMPROVING RURAL LIGHTING

    Many people in zambia,especially those in rural areas live without access to regular electricity.The rural families and schools currently use kerosene lanterns as a lighting source.But kerosene emits unhealthy fumes which produces extremely dim light and far too often ends up burning people or homes in accidents. kerosene lamps pose a fire hazard and the fumes(each kerosine lamp gives off about 250kg of carbon dioxide every year)harming peoples eyes,lungs and contribute to global warming.Moreover,kerosene used in these lamps is expensive and mostly unavailable in rural areas. Burning kerosene lamps indoors produces the following pollutants: -carbon dioxide (co2) causing global warming -carbon monoxide(co) replaces the oxygen indoor and can be fatal. -Nitrogen oxides and sulphur oxides(NOX,SOX)causing lung and eye infections,respiratory problems and cancer. The world Bank estimates that 780 million women and children breathing particulate laden kerosene fumes inhale the equivalent of smoke from two packs of cigarettes a day.

    supporter Created By martin kalonga read project
  • UK AWARE 2011

    UK AWARE 2011, Green and Ethical Lifestyle Exhibition – Friday 25th and Saturday 26th March, Olympia 2, Hammersmith Road, London. 10am-6pm UK AWARE is a one stop shop for contemporary sustainable living and 2011 will be the fourth year of sending out positive messages to the general public about how small changes can make a big difference, and how sustainable living doesn’t mean compromising a modern lifestyle. Come and see thousands of innovative products and services ranging from cars to computers, from fashion to food and from eco-tourism to energy saving advice – and lots more!

    supporter Created By UK AWARE read project
  • free energy

    to produce free energy without any burning derivates

    supporter Created By fatmir lushaj read project
  • Kensington Meadows - Creating Edible Landscape

    • What - Community tree planting event • Where – Kensington Meadows, London Road, Bath • When – 10am Saturday 13th November 2010 More Trees for Bath and north east Somerset is one of the first in the country to receive 420 free trees from the Woodland Trust as part of its "More Trees, More Good" campaign. Over the next 50 years, millions of native trees are to be planted across the UK, producing a range of benefits that we can all enjoy. Over 500 registrations were received for community packs this autumn and, as a result, more than 70,000 trees will be planted. Hundreds of neighbourhoods across the UK will celebrate with a public tree planting event and more are encouraged to follow this example by registering for a free tree pack for spring or autumn 2011 from the Trust.

    supporter Created By Adam Gretton read project

Animals/Wildlife

  • End Rhino Poaching

    On the 2nd of March 2012, 2 bull Rhinos and 1 female Rhino were poached for their horns at Kariega Game Reserve in South Africa. Sadly, the older bull Rhino died of his wounds that night. Themba (pictured left) suffered extensive leg damage during his attack along with horrific facial wounds. Over three weeks after his attack, he had gone to find comfort for his painful leg in a watering hole, it seems he hadn't the strength to pull himself out and very sadly drowned on Sunday 25th March. The news was devastating for the Kariega team, Dr Fowlds and all who had grown so fond of Themba while following the story on the Kariega facebook page. Thandi, the female Rhino (pictured right) is a walking miracle. She has healed well, although some signs of infection were recently noted in her facial wounds. You can see the heartbreaking footage of Themba and Thandi in the youtube videos. The footage contains upsetting scenes. Through the sharing of Themba and Thandi's story, a new wave of global support has been generated. The more we share the closer we will become to bringing and end to Rhino poaching.

    supporter Created By Jennifer Woodward read project
  • Community led Olive Ridley Sea Turtle and Their Habitat Conservation Programme

    The Gahirmatha, Rushikullya and Devi river mouth of Odisha state is well known for world’s largest Olive Ridley sea turtle rookery. The Olive Ridley sea turtle (Lepidochelys Olivacea), which nests along the Odisha coast, is highly endangered today. This species is especially known for its mass nesting or arribada when several thousands of turtles migrate to the breeding ground to mate and nest simultaneously. Although mass nesting or arribada takes place in three sites, the adjacent beaches of these places also contribute greatly through sporadic nesting of sea turtles. Olive Ridley Sea Turtles in Odisha represents about 50 % of its world population and 90% of the population of sea turtles along the Indian coast comes to Odisha coasts for nesting.

    supporter Created By Bijaya Kumar Kabi read project
  • Plant trees through www.Grow-Trees.com at Kanha for tigers and people

    India's national parks, even the highly-protected tiger reserves such as Kanha, find themselves losing tree cover and therefore wildlife habitat, because poor people harvest them for their fuel needs

    supporter Created By pradip shah read project
  • rescue and rehabilitating animal project

    the project is about to save endangered species of animals.

    supporter Created By SAURABH J DONGRE read project
  • biodiversity portal of singapore www.biodiversity.sg

    The Biodiversity Portal of Singapore is a major initiative to raise awareness on biodiversity not just in Singapore and South East Asia but worldwide. The Biodiversity Portal of Singapore was developed to celebrate the international year of biodiversity in 2010. This programme was developed for the purpose of raising awareness on biodiversity and the dramatic issue of the intensifying trend of the extinction of species on Earth, one of the main environmental challenges of the 21st century. This programme was conceptualized and developed based on a book: “The Biodiversity of Life on Earth: from Heritage to Extinction”. This book was used as a core for the website aiming to provide a unique educational platform on biodiversity. Furthermore, various sections of this website were specifically developed with the intention to serve as a hub for individuals and organisations willing to learn and act on the subject Please visit the site at: www.biodiversity.sg This programme is a CSR initiative from Siloso Beach Resort (www.silosobeachresort.com)

    supporter Created By sylvain richer de forges read project
  • Save the South March Highlands

    The South March Highlands is an old-growth forest wetland complex with countless lakes and ponds established on an extensive outcropping of the billion year old canadian shield. This area has high environmental significance, and it contains several animal and plant species at risk.

    supporter Created By Deanna Abell read project
  • energy and environment project

    how to make the most effective energy use without harming our environment and natre.

    supporter Created By Alaa Majdaddeen read project
  • Pine Forest Eco Lodge

    Opportunity to be co creator of Eco Lodge 15,000m2 agricultural land with permission to build treehouse suites.Borders fresh spring river and 100,000m2 pine forest land. Looking for participants/partners wanting to live off the grid in nature off the land.

    supporter Created By corinne parry soku read project
  • The FXU (FREE EXPRESSION OF UNITY) GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT BROADCAST NETWORK

    I am seeking an opportunity in promoting the establishment and or network operation of an international WELFARE BASED TELEVISION BROADCAST NETWORK.

    supporter Created By johnwilliam hohepa read project

Agriculture/Food

  • Setting up a 'Future Club' in your community

    Future Clubs offer an opporunity for like-minded people to meet face-to-face in a relaxed and enjoyable social setting for some focussed discussion on various aspects of how they want their lives to be over the next 20 years. Guiding Principles for the meetings are (1) Positivity – focus on the positive, yet embrace all experiences (2) Integrity - walk the talk, be the change (3) Action – to provide support and encouragement so we can begin to manifest our visions (4) Fun – enjoy the evening and make it enjoyable for everyone (5) Personal – focus on what we want for ourselves and what we can do personally and together (6) Timescale – from the present to 2030

    supporter Created By Ian Tennant read project
  • Kensington Meadows - Creating Edible Landscape

    • What - Community tree planting event • Where – Kensington Meadows, London Road, Bath • When – 10am Saturday 13th November 2010 More Trees for Bath and north east Somerset is one of the first in the country to receive 420 free trees from the Woodland Trust as part of its "More Trees, More Good" campaign. Over the next 50 years, millions of native trees are to be planted across the UK, producing a range of benefits that we can all enjoy. Over 500 registrations were received for community packs this autumn and, as a result, more than 70,000 trees will be planted. Hundreds of neighbourhoods across the UK will celebrate with a public tree planting event and more are encouraged to follow this example by registering for a free tree pack for spring or autumn 2011 from the Trust.

    supporter Created By Adam Gretton read project
  • Save Badgers - Boycott Welsh Dairy Products Campaign

    The new Defra Secretary, Caroline Spelman, has said that she is looking at the science before she implements any 'cull' of badgers in England. However, contradicting reports have said that 'culling' is imminent. Therefore, it is vital that as many people as possible write to her to ask her to do the right thing.

    supporter Created By Viva - Vegetarians International Voice for Animals read project
  • Temwa- Agriculture and Forestry

    So far, our agriculture and forestry programmes have consisted of several small-scale projects aimed at involving and educating the local community about the range of crops they can grow to contribute to a healthier and more nutritional diet. We have also started a budding community tree nursery and are currently undertaking some long-term research to inform the direction of our future projects.

    supporter Created By Temwa read project
  • Temwa- Skills Development

    As part of our holistic approach to tackling poverty in Malawi, we have run a series of skills training courses for local people.

    supporter Created By Temwa read project
  • Craft Link Africa

    Set up of a Local Training and Marketing Outlet, Development of a Quality Assurance Centre (Centre of Excellence) and Providing services to micro entrepreneurs. Establishing routes to manufacturing and distributors, focusing on Fair Trade Hand Craft Sector in Kenya

    supporter Created By Charlie Stuart Gay read project
  • The FXU (FREE EXPRESSION OF UNITY) GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT BROADCAST NETWORK

    I am seeking an opportunity in promoting the establishment and or network operation of an international WELFARE BASED TELEVISION BROADCAST NETWORK.

    supporter Created By johnwilliam hohepa read project