SPEAK OUT! Help Protect the Arctic! The Arctic Ocean's pristine waters are in danger! No safe or proven technology currently exists to clean up oil spills, home to endangered whales, polar bears, seals and other wildlife. Demand a more cautious approach to offshore drilling in the Arctic. Drilling in the Arctic just isn't worth the risk! PLZ Sign & Share! Wild Cat, Jaguar, Panthers, Big Cat, Panthera Onca, Wild Leopards, Beautiful, Feli Onca, Animal
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Save Koalas Injured in Bushfires Item # 55452. Provide care for injured koalas, wallabies, and other animals affected by Australian bushfires. Every bit helps- $5.00, Care for a Koala 1 Day- $25.00, Care for a Koala 2 Days- $50.00, Care for a Koala 1 Week- $175.00
PLEASE HELP Save Monarch Butterfly Habitat at The Rainforest Site - You can help by funding the planting of tree seedlings in the butterflies' overwintering area in Michoacán, Mexico. As the trees grow, they serve as a climatic buffer that protects butterflies from harsh weather. And when sustainably harvested, the trees provide a renewable source of income for local residents. Choose to plant 50 Trees ($25.00) or 100 Trees ($50.00).
"The continued presence of jaguars in Arizona's sky islands is proof of the region's unique biodiversity and healthy habitats." -Sergio Avila, Sky Island Alliance Loss of habitat means a loss of jaguars. Sky Island Alliance works on bi-national efforts for jaguar habitat conservation and restoration. GreaterGood.org proudly joins these efforts. Help us protect the last remaining North American habitat of the majestic jaguar.
The Arctic Ocean's pristine waters are in danger. No technology currently exists to clean up oil spilled in the region home to endangered whales, polar bears, seals and other wildlife. Demand a more cautious approach to offshore drilling in the Arctic. Drilling in the Arctic isn't worth the risk! Sponsored by: Earthjustice. Please sign the petition.
Throughout Asia, elephants need your help. Most Asian elephants are captive, as their natural habitats have been logged and otherwise destroyed. These highly social, sensitive creatures spend their days chained and forced to work in the logging, tre