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‘Oyster castles’ create Living Shoreline

Posted in High Impact Partnerships, Nonprofit Partners | by lspeidell@estuaries.org, Monday, August 11th, 2014, Tags: , , , , , ,

Here’s a great article and video on “Living Shorelines”, which help prevent habitat loss and erosion while increasing storm and climate change resilience. To learn…

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Sabalo project: Titi Conservation Alliance supporting local farmers

Titi Conservation Alliance is currently reaching out into the community to expand our reforestation efforts, at the same time seeking ways in supporting local farmers…

1% for the Planet and Ceres’ 25th Anniversary Conference

Posted in Events, High Impact Partnerships, Nonprofit Partners | by 1% for the Planet, Tuesday, May 27th, 2014, Tags: , , , , , ,

“I don’t do philanthropy, I do strategic investment.”  With that statement, Hannah Jones, VP of Sustainable Business and Innovation at Nike, called out a radical…

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Ākāśa Innovation Earth Day

1970. On April 22nd twenty million Americans gathered to call for a sustainable planet in a nationwide grassroots protest organised by the US Senator, Gaylord…

Climate Solutions for a Better Word: Connecting the Dots in California and Across the Globe

On Thursday, February 13th, over 100 business leaders, nonprofit executives and 1% for the Planet members convened at Citrix in Goleta, Ca. for Connect the…

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Marsh Planting Stabilizes Island

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by lspeidell@estuaries.org, Wednesday, July 30th, 2014, Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

Restore America’s Estuaries (www.estuaries.org) coordinates on-the-ground restoration projects all along the coasts of our nation’s bays, sounds, and other estuaries in collaboration with our 11…

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Growing forests and livelihoods with help from Man and Nature

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by kate@pasopacifico.org, Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014, Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

by Richard Joyce Marcela Gutierrez, Paso Pacífico’s agronomist, has been eagerly awaiting the rainy conditions that will allow planting of thousands of trees in the…

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Building Resilience: Beekeeping in the Paso del Istmo

by Richard Joyce Paso Pacifico Meliponiculture Intern A lean man past middle age, Francisco Cerda still goes to work most days of the week at a…

Olympic Gold Medalist Ted Ligety is Pro Snow

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by lauren.meling@climatereality.com, Wednesday, March 12th, 2014, Tags: , , , , , ,

Olympic gold medalist Ted Ligety is pro-snow, but is Snow pro-Ted? I Am Pro Snow gets the behind-the-scenes scoop. Carbon pollution is warming winters, and as a result, our…

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Paso Pacifico 101

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by kate@pasopacifico.org, Friday, January 31st, 2014, Tags: , , , , ,

In October of last year I had the opportunity to travel to Nicaragua to learn more about Paso Pacifico and its work in the Paso…