Let’s stop the waste! Keep the oceans clean! Let the forests breath! Buy less and better quality! Produce on time & in time what you need! This On-Demand – Produce@Home - business model is a great opportunity for on-shoring back small & large businesses - and not just for the fashion Industries! I contribute to carbon neutral deliveries through the Shopify app PLANET.
The challenge has never been greater – nor the opportunity – to achieve a world where eye care and rehabilitation services are accessible, affordable, and inclusive to all. Join us to make a radical change. Poor vision is the largest unaddressed disability in the world today. An estimated 2.5 billion people, mostly living in the poorest parts of the planet and a majority of whom are women, cannot see clearly and have no access to treatment. Yet for 80 per cent of the 2.5 billion, all they need is a simple pair of prescription spectacles. An eye exam or a pair of glasses gives young people a better chance in school, would help women live better lives, and is critical to eliminating poverty. Basic eye care is low on the list of priorities for poor countries and donors. OneSight is a 501(c)(3) organization and donations are tax-deductible.
Galleries Commit X Art to Acres
Art to Acres is a 501(c)(3) artist-founded non-profit environmental and art initiative focusing on large-scale land conservation for climate, Indigenous peoples and biodiversity support. Permanent, old-growth forest conservation prevents carbon emissions released during deforestation while simultaneously protecting an ecosystem's wildlife, habitat, clean water, and local community. Contributions can be made by individuals, galleries, or institutions as one part of a carbon accounting focused on understanding and reducing emissions, or as standalone donations. Donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed under law EIN 83-1293663.
The Cheetah Conservation Fund
CCF has the best researchers, educators and conservationists working and living on-site at our International Research and Education Centre in Otjiwarongo, Namibia. Every part of our holistic conservation approach plays into our release program. Each rehabilitated and released cheetah could cost CCF up to $13,000. Most orphan cubs come to us at an early age and need to grow up for a couple years or more before they are old enough to go back into the wild. The value of having these cheetahs go back into wild to play their role in the ecosystem is priceless!
The Cheetah Conservation Fund USA is a Registered Non-Profit 501(c)3: #31-1726923.
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Formula E Car vs Cheetah
What happens when a Formula E car and one of nature's fastest animals go head-to-head? Watch :