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Give Wheat a Chance with Step Forward Paper

Posted in Media Partners, Nonprofit Partners | by Nikki.Durivage, Tuesday, June 10th, 2014, Tags: , , ,

“At Step Forward Paper, we proudly support and are an active member of 1% for the Planet. Each year, we give back by donating 1%…

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…


Sweet Success for Beekeeping in the Himalayas

By Nima Sherpa Okhreni village lies in one of the biggest district of Nepal known as Sindhupalchok District. After meeting with villagers there, Aythos learned…

Welcome to PANGEA’s two newest members: DuPont and SACDEP-Kenya

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by, Friday, March 21st, 2014, Tags: , ,

PANGEA may have been quiet on the 1% FTP blog for a while, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t been busy! We have been working…


Growing Innovation and Celebrating the International Year of Family Farming

The Rural Advancement Foundation International (RAFI) and Farm Hack have just launched a collaborative Kickstarter campaign for Growing Innovation, a project to create an open…

VRAI joins 1% for the Planet

Posted in Events, Member Businesses, News | by 1% for the Planet, Thursday, June 5th, 2014, Tags: , , , ,

1% for the Planet’s team in France is very proud to announce that VRAI, leader in the organic dairy market in France (with $40M in…


Organic Agricultural Training Center “Nouvo Te” in Les Cayes, Haiti

Dear friends, colleagues, do-gooders! CDi – Community Development International is in the process of establishing a working sustainable educational farm “Nouvo Te” Farm in Les…


Do dolphins have “fingerprints”?

For over three decades photo-identification is being used for the study of population size and trends of small cetacean species. Photo-identification is a method used…


Green Map Impacts, Expanded

“Green Map Impacts”, our book of locally written stories about the dynamic projects and their outcomes has been updated with new stories! Six new 2014…


Participate in a research project on dolphin populations in Greece; help us sustain this effort

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by, Thursday, February 27th, 2014, Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

Dolphins have played an important role in Greek culture since ancient times: they have been celebrated in works of art, linked with the gods, and…