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Green Links - Understanding our Environment

Awakening Lotus:  cares for the environment; conserves resources; and is committed to reducing its ecological footprint.  Awakening Lotus has assessed its environmental impact and has developed and implmented a Green Action Plan to reduce its ecological footprint.
  
I have created this page to promote websites that are concerned with the environment and who are taking soulful steps in helping us understand what we can do to make a difference to the Earth.

  

On this page: 

logobulletsmall.gif General Links

logobulletsmall.gif Government Links

 

General Links

  • Greenpeace Australia Pacific - an independent organisation campaigning to ensure a just, peaceful, sustainable environment for future generations. Mission and core values are based on independence, non-violence and bearing witness.
     
  • Landline - an ABC television program:
       • Program Archives - comprehensive Programs Archive by issue.
       • Discussion Area - talk about the stories and news on this week's program in
        the weekly rural issues forum.
     
  • Planet Ark - Australian not-for-profit organisation set up to show people and business the many ways that they can reduce their day to day impact on the environment.  
       • keeping environmental campaigns as positive as possible
       • not politically aligned but endeavoring to work with whichever government 
        is in office to bring about environmental change.
       • 
    does not protest or hold demonstrations but aims to appeal to the general
        public who perhaps feel uncomfortable protesting, but still want to help the
        environment.
       • 
    asks for lifestyle change, not loose change.
     
  • RSPCA - to prevent cruelty to animals by actively promoting their care and protection and to be the leading authority in animal care and protection.
     
  • WIRES (NSW Wildlife Information and Rescue Service) - rehabilitating sick, injured and orphaned native animals since 1985.  A non-profit, non-political charity, where animal welfare always comes first. All our carers are voluntary, and give their time and emotions free of charge. 
       • Gardening for Wildlife
       • Road Safety for Wildlife
       • Responsible Pet Ownership
     
  • WWF - Australia - the conservation organisation formerly known as World Wildlife Fund and World Wide Fund For Nature, has been working globally since 1961, and locally since 1978. Helping to protect and conserve our most biologically outstanding land, freshwater and marine habitats.
       • Events and Volunteering
       • Take Action

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Government Links