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GREENPEACE – There’s a lot of bad news about global warming – but the good news is: it’s not too late! We can implement solutions, but we need to act fast and we need our government to take the lead.

EarthSave – EarthSave educates people about the powerful effects our food choices have on the environment, our health and all life on Earth, and encourages a shift toward a healthy, plant-based diet. With your membership and support, EarthSave programs and local groups make a bigger difference across the world.

FARM SANCTUARY – In an ideal world, there would be no need for Farm Sanctuary. There would be no factory farms or stockyards, and cows, pigs, chickens, and other farm animals would not be abused. They would be free to laze in the breeze, bathe in the sun, scratch at the earth, and enjoy life.

The MEATRIX – Every day, more and more people are choosing to eat sustainably, from changing their buying habits to helping their whole community eat healthier, locally-grown food.  Find out what you can do to get involved in this exciting movement!

Organic Consumers Association – Put Organic Issues on the Table in the 2006 Elections! Join the cooperative effort to send the 2006 Organic Consumers Voter Survey to candidates in your state. This survey is a project of OCA’s allied organization, Organic Consumers Fund.

Environmental Defense – EOCEANS ALIVE: Enjoy the sea wisely and choose seafood carefully. Get list of best fish. HEALTHY FARMS: The Farm Bill isn’t just for farmers. See how smart rules can benefit all of us. CLEAN AIR FOR LIFE: Where is air the worst? Tell us how pollution affects you. Take a survey.GLOBAL WARMING: EnjoyThere’s still time. Our hard-hitting ads are a wake-up call. Watch the ads.

WORLD WATCH – How do social, economic, demographic, and environmental pressures and the complex interactions among them connect to insecurity, instability, and violence? A combination of human-related factors has set the stage for more frequent and devastating “un-natural” disasters: natural disturbances made worse by human activities.

SACRED SITES – Sacred sites are the most loved and visited places on planet earth. Since prehistoric times they have exerted a mysterious attraction on billions of pilgrims from every region and religion. These holy places have the power to heal the body, enlighten the mind, and awaken the soul. Anthropologist Martin Gray spent 20 years as a wandering pilgrim to study and artistically photograph 1000 sacred sites in 80 countries. This web site features Martin’s sacred art photographs and shows the location of sacred places and pilgrimage shrines around the world.

The Future of Food – This stylish film is not just for food faddists and nutritionists.
It is a look at something we might not want to see: Monsanto, Roundup and Roundup-resistant seeds, collectively wreaking havoc on American farmers and our agricultural neighbors around the world. In the end, this documentary is a eloquent call to action.

NRDC – Federal agencies are drafting or issuing a slew of corporate-sponsored rules and policies that would increase air and water pollution while opening up public wildlands to commercial exploitation. “With just two years remaining in the president’s term, the White House appears to be going for broke,” says NRDC President Frances Beinecke. “

FARM – FARM (Farm Animal Reform Movement) is a 501(c)(3) national, tax-exempt, educational organization advocating a plant-based diet and humane treatment of farmed animals through a variety of grassroots programs. We operate from the nation’s capital through a network of volunteer activists in all 50 states and two dozen other countries. We invite you to explore the rest of our web site, then Get Involved with FARM!

YES – Founded in 1990 by Ocean Robbins and Ryan Eliason (then ages 16 and 18), YES! connects, inspires and empowers young changemakers to join forces for a thriving, just and sustainable way of life for all. Today YES! is directed by the husband-wife team of Ocean and Michele Robbins who serve as Director and President respectively

PETA – Farmed animals have virtually no legal protection and suffer horrific abuse that would be illegal if inflicted on dogs or cats. They are neglected, drugged, mutilated, injected with hormones, transported through all weather extremes, and violently slaughtered. Factory farmers strive to produce the most meat, milk, and eggs as quickly and cheaply as possible. To maximize space and profits, cows, calves, pigs, chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, and other animals are crammed into small cages or stalls.

“We need to change the United Nations into the United Species, and allow animals and trees and the entire natural world the same rights as humans. Only when this happens will we have world peace.”

Ignacio Chapela

” We feel the material you presented has given our students new and valuable information. The classroom presentations have caused many of them to rethink their beliefs and practices. Many students expressed hope that this project will bring some positive changes in the food service here at Harbor. We were impressed with the DVD and written information presented during the program.”

The Department of Social Science

Harbor High School, Santa Cruz, CA

“Oil is used in the livestock industries for fuel for transport and tractors, chemical fertilizers, and pesticides; so much, in fact, that the animal products could be considered a petroleum by-product.”

Worldwatch Institute

“As we move on into this so-called biotech revolution and we start producing more and more transgenic manipulations, we’ll start seeing pieces of DNA interacting with each other in ways that are totally unpredictable… I think this is probably the largest biological experiment humanity has ever entered into.”

Ignacio Chapela

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