Helping Both People in Need and our Environment
Save the Earth Foundation
was established in 1972. Proceeds generated from the sale of licensed merchandise, like Cangles specially designed bracelets, are recycled back into research grants from the Save the Earth Foundation. The Save the Earth Foundation is a California 501(c) (3) non-profit corporation. www.savetheearth.org. ©2009 Save the Earth is a registered trademark of Save the Earth Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
The Container Recycling Institute is a non-profit organization that studies and promotes policies and programs that increase recovery and recycling of beverage containers. They focus on programs that shift the social and environmental costs associated with manufacturing, recycling, and disposal of container and packaging waste from government and taxpayers to producers and consumers.
Recycling For Food's dual-purpose mission fills the needs of helping to conserve resources and feeding people in need. Recyclables are still being discarded today, and they can use them to buy food. With the cash value (and cash return value) of the many recyclables still being discarded today, the amount of funds available is tremendous. With wise use of these funds there should be no need for anyone to go hungry. Join with them to help people in need and help save our planet!
The Ian Somerhalder Foundation aims to empower, educate, and collaborate with people and projects to positively impact the planet and its creatures. The IS Foundation is a team of people who view the environment as an interconnected organism of which we are not separate but a part. There is no differentiation between all living things: trees, rivers, animals, and humans.
Cangles, LLC is proud to support OurEarth.org. The website began as a simple idea to make it easier for the public to find environmental information. There are outstanding environmental programs, activities, initiatives, ideas, and grassroots efforts across the country, but it can be difficult to sort through all of the websites and information available. As a result, important natural resources, energy savings, and pollutant reductions are lost each and every day, causing unnecessary damage to our planet.
OurEarth.org, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit environmental organization that was founded in 2006 by several recent graduates of Johns Hopkins University. Today, OurEarth.org is led by an all-volunteer team of graduate and medical students as well as environmental experts and leaders from around the country. The organization also involves undergraduate and graduate students from over 40 U.S. college campuses. We're proud to report that recently OurEarth.org won $25,000 in Pepsi's Refresh Project grant competition. They credit their strong network of supporters, fans, website visitors, and Environmental Leadership Program participants.
Oceana, founded in 2001, is the largest international organization focused solely on ocean conservation. Their offices in North America, Central America, South America and Europe work together on a limited number of strategic, directed campaigns to achieve measurable outcomes that will help return our oceans to former levels of abundance. They believe in the importance of science in identifying problems and solutions. Their scientists work closely with teams of economists, lawyers and advocates to achieve tangible results for the oceans.
Earth911.com is your one-stop shop for all you need to know about reducing your impact, reusing what you’ve got, and recycling your trash. Get involved in our world by checking in for daily news, reading weekly feature stories, surfing product channels, and opting into our weekly emails.
EarthEcho International's programs are dedicated to the legacy of Philippe Cousteau Sr.; a legacy of devotion to the conservation and restoration of the oceans and one that can be shared by all people. Sadly, the last 50 years has seen the greatest amount of destruction of our oceans, bringing us to a current state of crisis. However, they believe that it is the next 50 years in which we can embrace the new promise of a just, healthy, and abundant water planet. In order to achieve this, a whole new generation must take action to restore and protect our water planet.
For more than 45 years, WWF has been protecting the future of nature. The world’s leading conservation organization, WWF works in 100 countries and is supported by 1.2 million members in the United States and close to 5 million globally. WWF's unique way of working combines global reach with a foundation in science, involves action at every level from local to global, and ensures the delivery of innovative solutions that meet the needs of both people and nature.