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The Greenest Boy in the World

The Greenest Boy in the World
"My message is very simple. We are not distinct from nature. We are a part of it. It is one big family, one big chain. It is our responsibility to hold this family together. No one wrote this planet down in our name. It was never ours, never will be. We are just its caretake...
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Can Global Zoos Save Endangered Species?

Can Global Zoos Save Endangered Species?
"While the global zoo community is working with partners on educational efforts related to over hunting, we can make sure that there is a viable global captive population whose genetic diversity represents the genetic diversity in the wild. Because space and resources in zoos in only one nation or region are limited, a global collaboration may be a...
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Committing 100% to Change From 1%

Committing 100% to Change From 1%
Amongst the interconnected complexity of environmental initiatives, one NGO is taking a direct, financially-led strategy to achieving green change. Launched in 2001, 1% for the Planet is the creation of renowned conservationist, surfer, rock climber, fly fisherman and environmental entrepreneur, Yvon Chouinard , who set up ...
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Oceana: Saving the Oceans to Feed the World

Oceana: Saving the Oceans to Feed the World
Oceana estimates that a fully recovered ocean could provide a seafood meal a day for 1.1 billion people. Ocean advocates on a grand scale, Oceana plunges the depth of sustainability issues and solutions. The largest international advocacy organization focused on ocean conservation, Ocean's quest is as vast as the oceans, to restore the waters ...
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Hunter Lovins: Capitalism’s Green Revolutionist

Hunter Lovins: Capitalism’s Green Revolutionist
"There is a business case, a personal case and a global case for framing a new narrative of an economy in service to life; a world in which the goal is universal well-being. Doing this will enhance corporate effectiveness, bring a more fruitful framing to policy, unite activist efforts that have seen themselves as isolated, enable us...
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Sylvia Earle and Mission Blue: The Blue Heart of Our Planet

Sylvia Earle and Mission Blue:
The Blue Heart of Our Planet
"Take away the ocean and we don't have a planet that works. Take away life in the ocean and we don't have a planet that works. No ocean, no us. No blue, no green. All life needs water, and all life needs other forms of life to have the complex communities of life – ecosystems of life – that ultimately, over four-and-a-half billion years, arrived at...
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May the Forest Be With You

May the Forest Be With You
"What we are doing to the forests of the world is but a mirror reflection of what we are doing to ourselves and to one another." - Mahatma Gandhi GoGreen Portals thanks Rainforest Alliance and Sergio Izqueirdo for the photos used on this blog. It was 30 years ago that 24-year-old Daniel Katz co-founded Rainforest Alliance . Now operating in 10...
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Meet the Landmine-Sniffing HeroRATs

Meet the Landmine-Sniffing HeroRATs
More than 26 million square meters of contaminated land has been cleared and released with the aid of APOPO's HeroRATs , with 69,000 landmines found in 5 countries. As a result, over 900,000 people have been able to return to land that is productive. GoGreen Portals thanks APOPO and its partner NPA for allowing us to use their photos in this post. ...
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John Roger Sinnaeve
Great article,i ve seen them at work in Cambodia.Amazing work only to understand the massive task ahead.
Thursday, 26 May 2016 19:52
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So long and thanks for all the fish! A Young Techy Tackles Plastic Ocean Pollution

So long and thanks for all the fish!
A Young Techy Tackles Plastic Ocean Pollution
About 8 million tons of plastic find its way into our oceans each year, which is equivalent to total global plastic production in 1961 and accounts for an estimated 5.25 trillion pieces. Figures suggest that somewhere between 1.5% and 4.5% of the world's plastic ends up in our oceans. Marine life becoming entangled, not to mention the microplastic ...
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Tread Softly, Tourists – and Leave a Low-Impact Footprint

Tread Softly, Tourists – and Leave a Low-Impact Footprint
"Tread softly, for you tread on my dreams." - William Butler Yeats As we travel, eat, work and live, we continuously add sooty carbon footprints across our once-pristine lands. While it is easier to look at the big business polluters, the focus is shifting to personal responsibility and accountability, as well as individual action. The catchphrase ...
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Kenya’s Eco-Warrior Fights for Environmental Human Rights

Kenya’s Eco-Warrior Fights for Environmental Human Rights
The story of one woman's rise from the slums of Mombasa to fight for environmental justice, set up her own NGO, and defy death threats along the way, is an incredible – and inspirational – tale of the power of individual thought, community action, and the might of grassroots activism. The UK's Guardian newspaper dubbed her the 'East African Erin Br...
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Student-Led Climate Change Campaigns in UK Get Support from People & Planet

Student-Led Climate Change Campaigns in UK Get Support from People & Planet
Groups in UK-based schools, colleges and universities who have genuine concern for the welfare of Mother Earth can gain valuable support from People & Planet, the largest network of young people across Britain with the common aim of protecting the environment – and other issues that make our youth better citizens of the world. The Fossil-Free C...
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Freeland on the Front Line

Freeland on the Front Line
The Freeland Foundation is on the front line of the fight against wildlife trafficking, a global threat that transforms habitats, putting ecosystems at risk and driving species toward extinction. The Freeland Foundation, with offices based in Asia, Africa and the Americas, is a partner to ASEAN-WEN, the world's largest wildlife law enforcement netw...
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Hunted No More: A Suburban Grandmother Frees the Bears

Hunted No More: A Suburban Grandmother Frees the Bears
Bertha, an Asiatic black bear with peculiar blondish fur, was quite an attraction at  Lopburi Zoo in central Thailand , but it wasn't all glamor. In the rundown provincial zoo noted for its outdated and badly maintained enclosures, Bertha was cooped up in a dingy little cell, where she spent her days lying motionless in a damp corner or pacing...
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A Million Trees And Counting

A Million Trees And Counting
After running a forestry management company, British businessman Andrew Steel realized it was time to give back by setting up a sustainable business and environmental charity that would combine his passion for the environment and corporate ambitions, and leave a positive legacy. The Man Who Planted A Million Trees CEO of Treedom, Andrew r...
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Third World Water Wars & The Rainman of Rajasthan

Third World Water Wars & The Rainman of Rajasthan
An Interview with Rajendra Singh "World water wars are on our doorstep. This is the 21st century. This is the century of exploitation, pollution and encroachment. The current exploitation of water that is happening, the pollution of water that is happening, and the encroachment on water structures that is happening, to stop all this, to give new li...
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