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Women Wage Peace – a movement

WHO WE ARE Women Wage Peace was founded in the summer of 2014 in the aftermath ofOperation Protective Edge.WWP is the largest grassroots movement in Israel whose purpose is to promotea political agreement to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Today...

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The Lion Recovery Fund

The Lion Recovery Fund’s goal is to Recover Lions and Restore their Landscapes. We aspire to double the number of lions by 2050 through deeper and broader actions by the conservation and philanthropic community alike.  We target protected landscapes—core...

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What you can do to reduce microfiber pollution

It's incredibly frustrating to think that the very clothes that allow us to enjoy the great outdoors are also contributing to polluting it. We're all dumping tiny plastic fragments into the water.   article by Starre Vartan The issue of plastic...

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Viva con Agua – Water for All

VIVA CON AGUA de Santa Pauli e.V. is a non-profit organisation committed to ensuring that all people worldwide have access to clean drinking water. To achieve this goal, we promote water projects and actions at home and abroad and spread thereby a lot of...

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Lammas Ecovillage

The Lammas project has been created to pioneer an alternative model for living on the land. It empowers people to explore what it is to live a one-planet lifestyle. It demonstrates that alternatives are possible here and now. The project centres around the...

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Law’s Woodland House

“Here is a house so ecologically sound, it breathes in time to the trees around it.” Kevin McCloud Built in 2001, the woodland house was the building that brought ‘roundwood timber framing’ to the public eye. Filmed for channel 4 for Grand Designs, the...

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4Ocean – Ocean Clean Up

The story begins when Alex and Andrew take a surf trip... to Bali Indonesia that would inevitably change their lives and the fate of the ocean. Devastated by the amount of plastic in the ocean, they set out to find out why no one was doing anything about...

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