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  • Centre for Environment Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS)

  • CEFAS is an internationally renowned scientific research and advisory centre working in fisheries management, environmental protection and aquaculture. We undertake a wide range of research, advisory, consultancy, monitoring and training activities. Our customer base includes Government departments (UK and foreign, central and local), international agencies, commercial companies and aid organisations. CEFAS is an Executive Agency of the UK Government's Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).

  • Electric Reliability Coordinating Council

  • The Electric Reliability Coordinating Council is a broad-based coalition of electric utilities, labor unions, consumers, public power companies and American businesses. This coalition believes that the Environmental Protection Agency's enforcement of New Source Review (NSR) rules is threatening the reliability of our national electrical system and unnecessarily increasing the cost of power to American consumers and businesses, while providing no additional protection to the environment.

  • Australian Green Development Forum

  • The AGDF is a non-profit, industry-led organisation that creates strategic partnerships between practitioners, regulators, suppliers, educators and the community to create sustainable urban developments.

  • Alberta Society of Professional Biologists

  • Professional Society of Professional Biologists in Alberta, Canada

  • Biodiversity Project

  • The Biodiversity Project works to make people aware of the importance of biodiversity and to build their commitment to saving it. Our task is to engage and empower people to act by making the connection between biodiversity and people's daily lives and basic values. The Biodiversity Project meets this challenge by developing communications strategies that motivate people to protect biodiversity.

  • Chicago Wilderness: A Regional Nature Reserve

  • The Chicago region contains some of the best remaining remnants of our Midwest wilderness. We call this region Chicago Wilderness. Discover wilderness in the Chicago region, explore Chicago wilderness, get involved, and learn about biodiversity.

  • The Colong Foundation for Wilderness web site

  • Site describes wilderness values and areas in Australia and in particular NSW. Park management issues are also described in detail, for example, Kosciuszko National Park (includes images of values, threats and solutions). The Foundation's newsletter is also downloadable from the site.

  • The Common Sense Environmental Fund

  • The Common Sense Environmental Fund is a global wildlife conservation organization based in Washington, DC. We are working to achieve a world where wildlife conservation is a priority and trained conservation professionals in every country are engaged in ensuring species survival. This is accomplished through cooperative relationships with a myriad of international partners. Our experienced team conducts the necessary research and analysis to determine which environmental charities have the most effective strategies to address our planet's needs. We examine their mission, values, ethical principals, management, budget, overhead, access to revenue and percentage of funds allocated to projects. We only support organizations that demonstrate the highest levels of value and integrity and spend 80% (at a minimum) of their revenue directly on biodiversity, forest, international, sustainable agriculture, wetlands and water/marine research, conservation and restoration projects.

  • Gathering Waters Conservancy

  • Gathering Waters Conservancy is a land conservation organization formed in 1994 to assist land trusts, landowners and communities in their efforts to protect Wisconsin's land and water resources. Established by a coalition of land trusts, Gathering Waters Conservancy serves as an education and technical assistance center for land trusts and landowners alike. But our mission goes far beyond training and providing expert advice on land conservation issues. Gathering Waters Conservancy works directly with concerned landowners and existing land trusts statewide to preserve Wisconsin's natural heritage and rural landscape.

  • Global Quality Certification

  • Business Certification Services

  • Groundwork Wales - environmental support and assistance for businesses in wales

  • environmental support for regeneration and grants for your business in Wales

  • The Herpetological Conservation Trust

  • The HCT is a charitable trust dedicated to the conservation of reptiles and amphibians and leads the UK conservation effort for these animals. The Trust works towards this aim by: - protecting and improving through management the sites inhabited by threatened herpetofauna; - increasing the knowledge of way of life and habitat requirements of these species through research, education and by providing expert advice; - raising public awareness to stimulate interest and understanding about our amphibians and reptiles

  • Hikers for Clean Air

  • "advocating for cleaner air in the nations natural areas"

  • Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Enviromental Sciences

  • IFEES is a multi-dimensional organisation and its objectives include - Research and the dissemination of information - Producing teaching materials, books and journals - Training on practical and theoretical subjects - The setting up of an experimental centre focusing on land use and organic farming and also the development of alternative technology IFEES networks world-wide with NGOs, international organisations, academic bodies and grass roots organisations and invites collaboration from organisations and individuals from all persuasions who are also dedicated to the maintenance of the Earth as a healthy habitat for future generations of humankind as well as other living beings.

  • Joint Nature Conservation Committee

  • The JNCC is the UK Government's wildlife adviser, undertaking national and international conservation work on behalf of the three country nature conservation agencies English Nature, Scottish Natural Heritage and the Countryside Council for Wales.

  • The Land Trust of Huntsville & North Alabama

  • Since 1987, Alabama's first land trust has sought to preserve the vistas, wetlands, and historic properties that make North Alabama one of the jewels of the South. The Land Trust maintains almost 20 miles of trails for the public and holds almost 2,300 acres in trust for public use. Volunteer-oriented not-for-profit organization offering seasonal hikes and summer cave tours.

  • Land Trust Alliance

  • The Land Trust Alliance (LTA) is the national convener, strategist and representative of more than 1,300 land trusts across America. We provide trainings, publications, lobbying services, and strategic planning to help leverage and connect the work of our member land trusts. We have pioneered the use of conservation easements to conserve private land.

  • Ministry for the Environment

  • This is the main website for New Zealand's Ministry for the Environment. The website provides information on environmental issues for New Zealand, government policy, environmental laws, and the state of New Zealand's environment.

  • Musicians United to Sustain the Environment

  • A tax-exempt nonprofit organization utilizing music to promote environmental awareness and protection of our wilderness heritage. We also raise money through our compilation recordings to give grants to important projects that are helping our wild places and wildlife.

  • Lahontan Audubon Society

  • Local chapter of National Audubon Society. Conservation and education group with focus on birding in State of Nevada

  • Homepage - Dr. Robert Brulle

  • Dr. Robert Brulle is an associate professor of sociology and environmental science at Drexel University. He specializes in the analysis of the U.S. environmental movement. This page provides links to his research and teaching, including course syllabi

  • The Priorities Institute

  • We look at environmental issues with respect to regional land use planning. Focus on sustainable community development.

  • Public Art Online

  • For anyone involved in public art whatever their discipline and whether new to the field or experienced professional. It contains practical guidance, case studies from around the world, a links section, news, information and current research, and covers all aspects of working with and commissioning artists, whatever the context.

  • Queensland Conservation Council

  • A non-profit, non-government groups that seeks to protect and conserve the environment in Queensland, Australia.

  • RAND Corporation: Energy and Environment

  • The RAND Corporation is a nonprofit research organization providing objective analysis and effective solutions that address the challenges facing the public and private sectors around the world.

  • The Neighborhood Parks Council

  • The Neighborhood Parks Council (NPC) is a coalition of community-based park groups actively involved in improving neighborhood parks throughout San Francisco. NPC networks park volunteers providing them with direction and support in organizing and advocacy, fundraising and public outreach, scheduling park clean-ups, and planning special events such as concerts and festivals.

  • Slough Borough Council

  • Website for Slough Borough Council - includes general environmental information and up to the minute air quality data.

  • Ministery of Transport, Public Works and Water Management

  • The Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management is responsible for mobility policy in the Netherlands and for protection against floods or falling water tables. The knowledge in these areas is actively propagated via forms of collaboration with other countries. In addition, the ministry has various responsibilities at European level.

  • Volunteers For Peace International Voluntary Service

  • VFP offers over 2400 affordable international voluntary service projects in more than 90 countries. Since 1982, we have exchanged over 22,000 volunteers. We offer many environmenally oriented programs.

  • World Council for Renewable Energy (WCRE)

  • The WCRE is a global voice for Renewable Energies, - communicating the urgent and global need for Renewable Energies and their availability for all energy demands; - analyzing the international barriers to Renewable Energies and preparing proposals to overcome these; documenting experience of initiatives for Renewable Energies and communicating best-practice examples world-wide; - evaluating the advanced technological opportunities and applications of Renewable Energy Technologies; - supporting the creation of an International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA); - organizing the "World Renewable Energy Forum"; - stimulating international organizations and governments for the creation of Renewable Energy Policies and Strategies; - informing globally on Renewable Energy activities and projects.

  • ITDP-The Institute for Transportation and Development Policy

  • (ITDP)promotes environmentally sustainable transportation policies and projects worldwide, acting to counter automobile dependence in developing countries and Central and Eastern Europe.

  • Romanian Energy Policy Association -

  • Professional association running regular energy policy events, publishing newsletters and running an energy library in Bucharest.

  • Ocean Spirits are dedicated to Education, Monitoring and Conservation of the Marine Environment

  • Ocean Spirits in Grenada, West Indies are a non profit company for the education, monitoring and conservation of the marine environment and marine life.

  • New Zealand Centre for Environmental Law

  • University of Auckland research and education in environmental and resource management law. Includes large collections of links on environmental law in New Zealand and worldwide.

  • Mining Watch Canada

  • Technical and advocacy information about threats to public health, water and air quality, fish and wildlife habitat and community interests posed by irresponsible mineral policies and practices in Canada and around the world.

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