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Holiday Giveaway #25: PACT- 12.19.11

pact0.jpg Happy Holidays! 2011 is flying by, and we’re finishing the year with some great coupons from our favorite stores as well as 30 giveaways from now through Christmas!

Happy Monday! For giveaway #25 ~ PACT has 10 $50 Gift Cards for 10 lucky winners… which can be used on anything from their designer underwear for a cause… to tees and tanks… and even socks now! Eco conscious ~ their socks are even made with wind power! “Beginning with the farmers and ending with the final package arriving at your door, PACT strives to be as environmentally and socially responsible as possible.” Meaning everything from organic cotton to heavy metal free inks and dyes, 100% rapid-biodegradable plastic bag to 100% compostable shipping bags. They are incredibly comfy basics ~ and it’s been fun to watch this start up evolve over the last few years!

For a chance to win one of the 10 $50 Gift Cards from PACT, leave a comment with your favorite environmental cause before midnight PST on Dec 24th, 2011 and we’ll notify the winners by email! See more pics on the next page ~ as well as a coupon!

CONGRATS to our winners: Natalie, Walter, Wesley, Tony, Peio, Erin, Charlotte, Sid, William, and Amy!

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For a chance to win one of the 10 $50 Gift Cards from PACT, leave a comment with your favorite environmental cause before midnight PST on Dec 24th, 2011 and we’ll notify the winners by email!

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WWF

----- Brad 24.12.11 20:57

I don’t have a single favorite environmental cause. I am big on reusing and recycling, much to my kids’ dismay (I make them recycle everything we can). I am also big on riding my bike wherever possible. And using my own bags at stores. And conserving water and electricity.

----- Juli 24.12.11 20:42

Nation Wildlife Federation!

----- Laura 24.12.11 20:10

WWF! =)

----- Amanda 24.12.11 20:09

National Wildlife Federation

----- The Keith 24.12.11 12:49

My favorite cause is organic textiles- the textile industry is the number one pollutant in the world!

----- Betsy Bull 24.12.11 08:30

My favorite environmental cause is “plant a tree”. We all can benefit from more greens. :)

amy [at] utry [dot] it

----- amy @ uTryIt 23.12.11 23:57

be modest

----- bojan 23.12.11 20:50

Conserving water

----- Clara 23.12.11 20:42

those sweaters that are made for penguins that have had oil spilled on them http://thinkprogress.org/green/2011/10/19/347540/penguin-sweaters/

----- kelly 23.12.11 16:52

Free the Bears Fund!

----- Kevin M. 23.12.11 16:15

mining reform and land use

----- Carla 23.12.11 13:59

Um, I just like free underwear that I didn’t get by some strange laundromat mishap.

----- Ty 23.12.11 13:37

Best friends animal society

----- Wooster 23.12.11 13:00

World Wildlife Foundation and Water For People

----- Stav 23.12.11 11:48

Green Mountain Energy Company! Great work, Green Mountain!

----- Jeremy 23.12.11 09:56

All cloth diaper companies!

----- Christina C 22.12.11 21:10

over-fishing. dammit, i want to eat delicious fish.

----- siena 22.12.11 17:13

http://www.urbanfarming.org/

Thanks for another great year of NOTCOT!

----- April Brooks 22.12.11 16:19

Edible School Yard

----- Natalie G 22.12.11 12:01

Local farmers who are making a difference!

----- Riley Spiller 22.12.11 09:17

Save the Human species love your neighbour

----- Dave h 22.12.11 09:16

Urban parklets! Transforming car parking spots into mini parks with shrubbery, seating, art … A baby step towards fewer cars, more green space, and getting people out, about, and involved.

----- Ali 22.12.11 09:07

Ever since I worked as a designer on The Tap project, I have been a huge fan of both their cause and brand. Everything about the project is so beautiful, and so essential. Water is the foundation of all living things, and what a beautiful and simple way to share that message.

----- Brittany 22.12.11 09:04

Local farmer’s markets!

----- Nic 22.12.11 08:08

Planting Exotic and Endangered trees and plants.

----- Leslie Roberson 22.12.11 03:21

your favorite environmental cause are solar panels :)
so easy to make use of them in Singapore (just ridiculously expensive maintenance fees :) )

----- jessica 22.12.11 00:25

Vegetarianism. Plain and simple.

----- Andy Swafford 22.12.11 00:17

I am carrying my cute Baggu bags (one original and one baby baggu)around. Less plastic bags are better for the world !

----- Betul 21.12.11 23:49

Voluntary Human Extinction Movement.
“May we live long and die out.”

----- Lex 21.12.11 22:44

Reducing consumption of both matter and energy.

----- Sam 21.12.11 22:31

I guess the cause that would be closest to home for me is the one that’s literally closest to home. I live right on Lake Michigan so the lake cleanup and conservation efforts are always important to me.

----- Mug-z 21.12.11 22:22

our local farmer markets! :D

----- Debbie 21.12.11 22:00

I fully support the Save Tigers Now, it’s a campaign by the World Wildlife Fund. I want my children and grandchildren to have a chance to see amazing animals.

----- Jay B. 21.12.11 21:52

Windowfarms.org

----- Finn 21.12.11 21:33

A ROCHA is A-MAZING.

----- Sharon 21.12.11 20:52

FSC - Forest Stewardship Council

----- Sharon 21.12.11 20:48

Effective Microorganisms (EM) mud balls for bioremediation. The mud balls are effective in breaking down sludge and help restore the natural microflora in the environment.

----- Gary 21.12.11 19:38

local farmers markets

----- stacey w 21.12.11 19:25

My favorite environmental cause is: waterforpeople.org. Love, love, love PACT!

----- Pamela Mullins 21.12.11 16:26

urban farming!

----- Jason 21.12.11 15:55

Sign me up for some cool new undies.

----- Ryan L. 21.12.11 15:44

Re-vegetation. Much needed amenitrees and biodiversity

----- Andrew Chau 21.12.11 15:04

www.waterforpeople.org

----- Miky 21.12.11 14:31

Re envisioning- composting group at my university.

----- Jackie L. 21.12.11 14:18

Farmers markets / organic food

----- Courtney 21.12.11 13:43

Air pollution reduction!

----- Chris S. 21.12.11 13:32

Any local farm taking back local economy and ecology. Here’s mine.
http://peaceoftheearthfarm.blogspot.com/

----- Darin S. 21.12.11 13:30

Clean the Bay Day! (Chesapeake Bay)

----- Greg Weaver 21.12.11 13:20

Renewable energy, conserving water, consuming less, eliminating waste, etc…these things that everyone can help out with!

----- Jen D. 21.12.11 13:18

Rainforest destruction :(

----- Antoana 21.12.11 13:18

I love upcycling/buying used things like furniture and clothes so that we can reduce the amount of excess stuff we’re producing.

----- Lindsey 21.12.11 13:08

Defenders of Wildlife!

----- Drew 21.12.11 13:00

Sustainable forestry!

----- Corey 21.12.11 11:33

WWF

----- jennifer 21.12.11 11:16

WWF!

----- Meghan 21.12.11 10:15

WWF!

----- Nick Robles 21.12.11 09:58

To my mind, the Story of Stuff Project is working to spread one of the most important messages to the consumer public. Not just about how we can reduce/reuse/recycle, but how we urgently need to reevaluate the way we relate to our stuff and change our habits of consumption for ourselves, our environment and our fellow people.

storyofstuff.com

Also has an incredible infographic video which is SO notcot.

----- Tyler 21.12.11 09:49

water quality protections, especially in response to fracking

----- Kate 21.12.11 09:16

Local organic food.

----- lauren 21.12.11 09:09

the national park service,
You have to admit, for a government run cause, it’s pretty awesome.

----- jessie 21.12.11 08:10

The World Resources Institute! They do amazing work with forests and other climate issues.

----- Kath 21.12.11 07:45

water reuse : the future [watereuseassociation]

----- eliot 21.12.11 07:07

Save the Pandas because Whales are assholes.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YH6WImPbR0w

----- Jasper 21.12.11 07:06

Extinction to all Homo sapiens Foundation. To only way to truly give the earth and all it’s inhabitants peace and love.

----- John Norman 21.12.11 03:25

I love solar water heaters. so simple, so effective.

----- Rae 21.12.11 02:21

Local organic farming initiatives!…It tastes better too!

----- Brittany Papale 21.12.11 01:40

Sustainable Architecture.

----- Alison 21.12.11 00:38

Clean energy and biodiversity

----- Thu 21.12.11 00:24

National Wildlife Federation forsure!

----- Joseph 21.12.11 00:19

Save a tree, eat a beaver

----- TIM 20.12.11 23:52

World Wildlife Fund.

----- Lily 20.12.11 23:50

Farmers markets are good for the community and the environment

----- Iris 20.12.11 23:48

I am a big fan of the NRDC

----- Sara P. 20.12.11 23:30

Reducing and reusing before recycling.

----- B Louie 20.12.11 23:21

ASPCA

----- Amanda M 20.12.11 23:05

Ma’o Farms on Oahu. A non profit farm dedicated to teaching out-of-school youth about sustainable economic development, agriculture, health, and Hawaiian culture.

----- Peio 20.12.11 21:58

I am a public health nurse, and I’m very concerned about the substandard housing that many of my clients live in, especially the dangerously high levels of lead in homes with young children.

----- Michelle H 20.12.11 21:56

Consejo de Defensa de la Patagonia, preservation of an untouched land and taking action to keep it that way. International Rivers has partnered with them to help.

----- Michael 20.12.11 21:46

My favorite cause is sustainable design, since it’s a process that addresses many causes of environmental damage.

----- Jessica L. 20.12.11 21:29

I support water.org and Farm Sanctuary.

----- Ethel 20.12.11 21:06

www.waterforpeople.org

Brilliant work to sustain potable water sources FOR ALL PEOPLE!

----- Greg Hines 20.12.11 21:01

Growing up in So Cal I became a supporter of surfrider foundation.

----- chris 20.12.11 20:29

The Water Environment Federation

----- Dustin 20.12.11 20:07

renewable energy! it allows us to do the things we need to but also gives us the benefit of damaging the earth a little bit less.

----- danielle 20.12.11 19:50

Clean water and green architecture!

----- Jane S. 20.12.11 19:36

Living in a city, I especially love community gardens/farming.

----- Jenn 20.12.11 19:23

natural resource/land conservation

----- grace 20.12.11 18:58

Clean water

----- Jamie 20.12.11 17:44

my hubby is Guatemalan… and we are all for saving the rainforests in the world, besides being beautiful, it is home to the indigenous people and has many plants and other forms of wildlife that we have never seen before.

----- Michele P. 20.12.11 17:26

Habitat for Humanity

----- Victor 20.12.11 17:09

habitat for humanity

----- Sid Law 20.12.11 17:04

The Schistosomiasis Control Initiative! Highly recommended by Givewell.

----- Chris 20.12.11 16:30

reducing the use of toxic chemicals, in the production of undies and a bazillion other products we use everyday

----- Ryan 20.12.11 16:16

saving america’s unique wetlands like the evergaldes

----- maggie 20.12.11 15:58

Surfrider Foundation!

----- Dominic 20.12.11 15:21

wwf

ecogeek.org!

----- heather 20.12.11 14:44

California State Parks Foundation

----- Edgar 20.12.11 14:31

support local food producers

----- Candice 20.12.11 14:28

America’s Wetland Foundation

----- Sharon 20.12.11 14:16

community gardens

----- Matt 20.12.11 14:06

sustainable architecture.

----- Kristina 20.12.11 14:03

my local spay and neuter organization.

----- jacob 20.12.11 13:55

WWF - they are too good

----- Monika 20.12.11 13:41

Whaling, and say no to shark fin soup. they both consumed much faster than they can reproduce.

----- erick hilmansyah 20.12.11 13:41

Trust for Public Land

----- Ryan W 20.12.11 13:29

WWF

----- gilberto 20.12.11 13:26

Surfrider foundation

----- Tony S 20.12.11 13:24

P-Patch Trust

----- cameron 20.12.11 13:22

Images for Conservation Fund

----- Brody 20.12.11 13:08

wwf i suppose. though i feel like the bbc nature documentaries are more productive sometimes

----- dylan 20.12.11 12:22

As a graphic designer, I fully support companies that use packaging, like PACT’s 100% rapid-biodegradable plastic bags or PUMA’s clever shoe box, that keep the environment in mind as well. Companies that promote environmental causes should make sure that the box/bag they put their ‘environmentally awesome’ product in will not add to the waste in the world.

----- Elliot 20.12.11 12:20

----- Bryan Sage 20.12.11 12:17

Habitat for Humanity

----- Keno Leon 20.12.11 11:48

My favorite environmental cause is stopping the development of tar sands, which destroys wildlife habitats and releases global warming gasses.

----- Jon 20.12.11 11:47

Water.org

----- Scott 20.12.11 11:43

conservation international!

----- Denise 20.12.11 11:40

Surfrider Foundation!

----- Jasper 20.12.11 11:40

Ending Mountain Top Removal mining in Appalachia.

----- Shannon 20.12.11 11:25

Rescate Animal (in Costa Rica) :D

----- Maria 20.12.11 11:16

WWF!

----- Ayumi 20.12.11 11:08

Outlaw of disposable plastic bags.

----- Michelle 20.12.11 10:53

wwf :)

----- Bea 20.12.11 10:48

wwf!

----- sance 20.12.11 10:45

Preserving the Great Lakes!

----- MIKE 20.12.11 10:45

environmental cause: clean drinking water

it’s pretty simple but extremely important. Water.org sums it all up pretty well as does Project 7

----- Rachel 20.12.11 10:43

charity:water fasho

----- Winnie 20.12.11 10:34

Ducks Unlimited Canada

----- Ryan J 20.12.11 10:33

There is a group in Russia that domesticates and breeds rare foxes I think it is a great thing to do in order to ensure their survival.

----- Chris Rands 20.12.11 10:31

ilove the idea of ‘community Farming’ in northern germany =)

----- mirjam 20.12.11 10:11

The Monterey Bay Aquarium. Their research and preservation efforts are amazing.

----- Monica 20.12.11 10:11

The Surfrider Foundation

----- fishgirl182 20.12.11 10:04

Saving the Dolphins

----- Gino V 20.12.11 09:40

My favorite cause is any that teaches safe sex opposed to abstinence and proper sexual education of young adults.

----- David Rieman 20.12.11 09:13

While protecting the environment and the species we share it with is super important, I personally am much more passionate about causes that directly help other people - World Vision, Doctors Without Borders, etc.

----- Rachel Bain 20.12.11 09:09

Dolphins are part of the environment right? The Cove.

----- Tran Nguyen 20.12.11 08:49

Not a specific nonprofit, but I think the future of the environment rests on creating better battery technology.

----- Kate 20.12.11 08:43

Not a specific nonprofit, but I think the future of the environment rests on creating better battery technology.

----- Kate 20.12.11 08:43

The Wetlands Initiative

----- lace 20.12.11 08:42

My current most interested environmental cause is the work NREL is doing in Colorado, to improve solar energy. Recent breakthrough!!!

----- Jay 20.12.11 08:37

As a former Sierra Club organizer, I am partial to ending our dependence on coal. However, anti-fracking underwear, habitat destruction (especially for gorillas and orangs), and re-thinking the environment and agriculture all have my love.

----- Melanie 20.12.11 08:25

WWF

----- todd j 20.12.11 08:24

savethemanatee.org

----- Erastos 20.12.11 08:20

Food Bank for New York

----- wolfie 20.12.11 08:19

The Nature Conservancy

----- Robert W. 20.12.11 08:16

Bar-none the NIPOOTASWAF

(National Institute of Preserving Our Oceans Through the Act of Showering With A Friend)

----- Mickiah Broomfield 20.12.11 08:06

World Wildlife Fund is too cool!

----- Taylor Lahey 20.12.11 08:03

Forest preservation and the cleaning up of industrial atrocities.

----- Kai 20.12.11 08:02

WWF

—————

Modern technology
Owes ecology
An apology.
~Alan M. Eddison

----- EARL 20.12.11 08:01

BWB

----- jacob 20.12.11 07:48

urban guerrilla gardening to increase the amount of flowers in urban areas to feed the bees!

----- blue 20.12.11 07:38

Sierra Club

----- Jim 20.12.11 07:28

Audubon Bird Sanctuary… helping the birds after the oilspill!!..

----- Walter Orellana 20.12.11 07:25

WWF!

----- Scott 20.12.11 07:24

Recycling plywood waste. Plywood has formaldehyde and other chemical in it, so it is not good to burn… not good to sit in a landfill. Make cool furniture with it.

----- Adam Edwards 20.12.11 07:23

I am a big fan of The National Wildlife Federation

----- Don 20.12.11 07:09

Keeping our oceans clean for animals (and humans) with the Surfrider Foundation.

----- Amber 20.12.11 07:01

Brownfield restoration. I love the idea of taking polluted inner city land and then turning it around for new uses. Though it can be more expensive than simply razing new land, it is also more spiritually satisfying.

----- james 20.12.11 06:38

World Wildlife Fund :)

----- Ashley K 20.12.11 06:27

I’m a big fan of farmers’ markets—buy local, know where you’re getting your food from. Plus, it’s such an amazing may to meet people; the farmers themselves are really cool people, and every Saturday there are hundreds of like-minded people to meet.

----- JCGrant 20.12.11 06:21

My favourite environmental cause would be maintaining the greenbelt in Ottawa.

----- Ayla 20.12.11 06:20

Favourite cause = OneChange.org (they make environmentalism accessible)

----- Luke 20.12.11 06:18

It’s me. Educate you and try to live in a good way. Eat and buy local food. Dont support all these big criminall companys everytime it’s possible. Be lucky for what you have and try to slow down your desire. Help people around you as good as you can and try to force politic to help others.

Education is the best to save oure planet, nature and lifes!

----- Agnes 20.12.11 06:17

Universal access to water and food. Put food first. NEARLY ONE BILLION PEOPLE GO TO BED HUNGRY. Visit:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxJEwC38Wsc

----- FEDERICA 20.12.11 06:16

National Wildlife Federation

----- Chris Wilkinson 20.12.11 06:13

National Wildlife Federation

----- Russ McIntosh 20.12.11 06:04

giving fresh clean water to the world.

----- Garry Hannah 20.12.11 06:02

Package reduction.

----- Blake 20.12.11 05:55

I’m a fan of the National Parks System getting people to expierence the awesomeness of wildlife living in nature.

----- Sarah 20.12.11 04:58

British Columbia Conservation Foundation….thank you

----- Erin E 20.12.11 04:53

Forest and species preservation.

----- Erin 20.12.11 04:50

WWF and African Wildlife Leadership Foundation (awf.org)

----- Greg Gerv 20.12.11 04:48

WWF!

----- sarah 20.12.11 04:31

SAVE THE BEES!!! :)
to anyone who is interested, the trailer of a wonderful documentary:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekoeQodrVoM&feature=player_embedded

----- Liisa 20.12.11 04:06

Rainforest conservation

----- Karli 20.12.11 03:22

In my hood….we rep the 4-H !!!

----- noel drumbor 20.12.11 03:16

recycled shipping crate housing

----- Levi Montez 20.12.11 03:10

charity: water

----- Jason 20.12.11 03:06

Easily the World Wildlife Fund :)

----- Elly 20.12.11 02:45

WWF!

----- Trevor 20.12.11 02:27

RSPCA

----- sam foster 20.12.11 02:08

WWF

----- jia ying 20.12.11 01:43

Pistols for Pandas - They need protection!

----- Dan Gilmore 20.12.11 01:35

habitat for humanity…Athens Georgia (Go! Bulldogs)

----- Hassan 20.12.11 01:27

I really love whats been happening in solar energy development.

----- Brennan 20.12.11 00:19

I’m a fan of architecture for humanity

----- Johnny 20.12.11 00:19

I support the WWF as well as buying local.

----- Jacquelynn 19.12.11 23:54

Sustainability of fishing.

----- Carrie 19.12.11 23:47

Nature is a beautiful creation and we’re unknowingly destroying our environments by air pollution, littering, and lack of conservation.

----- erika grace 19.12.11 23:25

National Wildlife Foundation

----- Owen 19.12.11 23:16

wwf!

----- Laura 19.12.11 23:14

Habitat for Humanity!

----- Marshal 19.12.11 23:07

Reef farming via artificial reef habitats.

----- Anders 19.12.11 23:05

I’m a huge proponent of affordable, sustainable housing for all. Who are eco mansions benefiting?

----- Jeff 19.12.11 23:02

Charity: Water

----- Wesley 19.12.11 22:38

wwf

----- Leslie 19.12.11 22:26

I’m a supporter of the World Wildlife Foundation as well.
Couldn’t imagine this world without animals.

----- Lara 19.12.11 22:26

habitat for humanity

----- steven 19.12.11 22:25

Buying local, fresh, and natural!!!

----- Shane 19.12.11 22:24

Buying local, fresh, and supporting small business.

----- Shane 19.12.11 22:22

Buying local, fresh, and supporting small business.

----- Shane 19.12.11 22:22

The Nature Conservatory

----- Parker Murphy 19.12.11 22:18

Wildlife conservation in Oklahoma to save the prairie grouse and bison.

----- christi 19.12.11 22:16

National Wildlife Foundation

----- George 19.12.11 22:12

WWF always first comes t mind and there are so many others just as good. Every ody should do something once a month

----- Kathy 19.12.11 22:07

Community gardens in Detroit… Healthier land and healthier communities!

----- Libby 19.12.11 22:03

I love http://openplans.org/ because they are making the urban landscape green again.

----- Sarah 19.12.11 22:00

Sandwatch keeps an eye on the shore to make sure nothing fishy is going on.

----- Michael 19.12.11 21:42

The cause closest to my heart is the work opposing mountaintop removal mining in the Appalachians. Visit ilovemountains.org if you want to learn more about it.

----- Josephine 19.12.11 21:36

We grow, we sit up. We grow, we crawl. We grow, we walk. We grow, we run. We grow, we jump. We grow, we rejoice … on our feet. We get knocked down, we get back up … on our feet. We meet obstacles, we overcome … on our feet. We disagree, we vote … with our feet. Life and love, pain and struggle, our feet are what we need. We aspire and retreat with our feet. Tom’s well know campaign and crusade to provide protection for the feet of the less privileged is likely under valued and under the radar. Let’s remember how we stand, where we stand, and why we stand.

----- bEn 19.12.11 21:27

The Arbor Collective (Arbor Snowboards Eco Project)

----- Paul Landowski 19.12.11 21:24

The availability of clean, safe drinking water for everyone.

----- Jeremy 19.12.11 21:22

Water conservation definitely. We take it for granted so much, yet its a vital part of our lives.

----- brea 19.12.11 21:16

i love the nature conservancy! i was part of that when i was a kid, such a great and fun organization. ironically, in its own way this underwear also conserves your nature.

----- Eric 19.12.11 21:07

I just read about Seattle’s ban on plastic bags - that’s a step in the right direction!!

----- Emma N 19.12.11 21:06

Transfer of uranium enriched nuclear power to thorium based nuclear fission with fluoride thorium reactors.

----- Shane M 19.12.11 21:06

The advancement of efficient transport technology! Hell yeah smart cars, buses, trains etc!

----- Angus Macmillan 19.12.11 21:02

Save the Bay

----- Yoshio 19.12.11 20:53

I am very passionate about limiting waste.

----- Cianan 19.12.11 20:52

Generally, reducing landfill waste - huzzah composting!

----- Robyn 19.12.11 20:51

Moving from disposables to reuseables in our everyday lives. Bringing your own bags/take out containers/coffee cups/ chopsticks/ etc. as well as using my purchasing power to avoid items with extreme amounts of packaging.

----- Speck 19.12.11 20:49

WWF. Easy question.

----- J Alexander 19.12.11 20:41

Pacific Crest Trail Association!

----- Matt 19.12.11 20:35

I am all for eating local and seasonal foods. And less waste.

----- kathryn dart 19.12.11 20:35

My cause is just to make people more aware of what can be recycle and to be less lazy about just tossing things in the trash instead of separating into recyclables!

----- Natalie 19.12.11 20:33

Paul Watson and http://www.seashepherd.org/ are great!

----- matthew harrison smith 19.12.11 20:33

No fracking in the Delaware River Watershed.

----- Jacob 19.12.11 20:29

World Wildlife Fund

----- Tim Smith 19.12.11 20:29

I’m a fan of buying local to reduce shipping waste.

----- Mary 19.12.11 20:29

Free socks for baby seals!

----- rey 19.12.11 20:25

charity: water

----- katalia 19.12.11 20:23

Monterey bay aquarium institute

----- Chris 19.12.11 20:21

Monterey Bay Aquarium’s ‘Seafood Watch’ guide to buying sustainable fish instead of troubled stocks.

----- Mym 19.12.11 20:21

catalina island beachside

----- Kristen 19.12.11 20:20

Water conservation obviously! This is a huge deal. Not just water conservation, but water conservation in the agricultural sector.

----- Angela Nguyen 19.12.11 20:16

Alabama Beach Mouse preservation! :)

----- Ian S. 19.12.11 20:12

I’m loving the anything local line of thinking. Nothing cuts more waste, period!

----- Aaron 19.12.11 20:07

Architecture For Humanity

----- Charlotte Fliegner 19.12.11 20:05

World Wildlife Fund

----- Tom 19.12.11 20:04

The National Wildlife Federation. Protect the animals!

----- Nicole 19.12.11 20:03

The destruction of Orang-utan habitat rainforests

----- Hilary 19.12.11 20:02

now it’s PACT!

----- Allison 19.12.11 19:58

surfrider foundation

----- leanne 19.12.11 19:55


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