Broad civil society network of organizations, movements, local communities, trade unions, churches and citizens, from four different south-eastern Brazilian states, who are concerned about the on-going expansion of eucalyptus plantations in their regions, as well as the sale of "carbon credits"; at the same time, the network tries to show the viability of alternative models of development being implemented by several member movements and communities at the grassroots level.
International research and global knowledge institution committed to conserving forests and improving the livelihoods of people in the tropics. Indonesia.
Fundesin's mission is to find sustainable solutions in the struggle between the ideals of rainforest preservation and the realities of life in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Ecuador.
Advocacy for Poverty Eradication through Sustainable Natural Resource Management
Collaborative effort by three NGOs: East African Wildlife Society, Forest Action Network and Resource Projects Kenya. The project contributes to the efforts of the National Agricultural and Livestock Extension Programme - Ministry of Agriculture and as part of the overall support by SIDA to the government of Kenya by facilitating participatory natural resource management. Kenya.
African Conservation Foundation (ACF)
Portal site that provides in-depth information about the the conservation of Africa's flora and fauna, including conservation databases, interactive knowledge base and discussion forums.
A project by Friends of the Earth - Amazonia Program to analyse and monitor public policy in the Brazilian Amazon, this site makes a wealth of written and graphic information on the Amazon region, including current news, available to the public, with the aim of helping to make clear the structure of public and private agencies, both Brazilian and foreign, that are active in the region. Brazil.
Applied Research Institute of Jerusalem
Non-profit organization dedicated to promoting sustainable development in the occupied Palestinian territories and the self-reliance of the Palestinian people through greater control over their natural resources.
Association for the Preservation of Wild Flora and Fauna
APREFLOFAS fight for conservation and protection of nature through direct action, supported by environmental education. It is a founding member and coordinator of the National Forest Front, which now brings together more than thirty organizations of all types throughout Costa Rica. Campaigns include work on traficking of wildlife, hunting and mining.
Association for Water And Rural Development (AWARD)
The mission of this non-profit company is to promote and support equitable and accessible community water services and resources in the Sand River Catchment. AWARD seeks to do this by adopting approaches that focus on sustainable integrated development for water-based livelihoods. The site provides a number of links and Word documents to download with information about reports and projects. South Africa.
Centre for Action Research and Peoples Development - CARPED
NGO in Hyderabad is taking a dominant role in nurturing environmental education among the people and fighting for maintaining child rights, Natural Resource Management, Tribal development and many non profit activities that had to be implemented properly.
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Kranthi Dhamam, 8-3-228/267,
Rahamath Nagar, Yousufguda,
Hyderabad - 500045.
Andhra Pradesh, INDIA
Phone no: 9104055527969
Centro Ecológico Akumal (CEA)
CEA is a non-profit,non-governmental organization that conducts scientific investigations into the health of the regional environment and reports the findings in educational ways that touch the local Maya, the developers, the Akumal residents and visitors alike. Mexico.
Desert Research Foundation of Namibia
Centre for arid land studies that conducts and facilitates appropriate, participatory and applied short and long term research on the environment. It is an organisation dedicated to sustainable use of Namibia's environment.
Organization dedicated to protect and increase the Costa Rican forests.