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If you are in the Los Angeles area, come celebrate World Water Day with a Night of Generosity at SKYBAR on March 22nd at 8pm.
On March 15th through the 28th, kicks off two weeks of action where young people in communities across the country will be discussing how they want to Define Our Decade with clean renewable energy. Seventy events have been registered across the country so that we can envision Our Decade with community discussions, outreach, and action!
Click here to register an event in your area so that your local friends and colleagues can vote and be apart of Defining Our Decade!
Teaching children about wildlife at a young age is very important! And to celebrate the upcoming Endangered Species Day on May 21st, the Endangered Species Coalition is holding an art day contest to give students the change to show off their artistic ability, along with their knowledge of the threatened species.
We are proud to continue highlighting the wonderful Friends of Live Earth Run for Water events being planned around the world for April 18, 2010.
If you take 10 seconds right now to let our leaders know climate and energy issues should be a top priority, you will receive an entire album of music FOR FREE from artists like Dave Matthews Band, Pearl Jam, Jack Johnson, O.A.R., Wilco, Death Cab for Cutie, Phish and more! Just click here!
This week many climate organizations are working together to create an all-out, bare-knuckled, three-day calling campaign to demand the strongest possible climate and clean energy legislation. RePower America wants you to take the pledge.
Läkarmissionen is one of our NGO partners in Sweden and is helping us to fight the global water crisis. Their operation began in 1958 to support a Swedish church related mission hospital in South Africa. That is what gave them the name Läkarmissionen - the Swedish Medical Mission Foundation.
Läkarmissionen’s intention is to make it possible for marginalized people to gain improved quality of life. Our experiences indicate that circumstances can be changed, and that sustainable results can be achieved, as we include the people in need in the process of change.
Legendary Pogues singer and songwriter Shane MacGowan was deeply moved by the plight of the people of Haiti. With help from his girlfriend, writer Victoria Clarke, they decided to do something about it.
Shane gathered up a handful for other famous musicians and entered a London studio. Together, they recorded a unique version of “I Put a Spell on You,” the classic Screamin’ Jay Hawkins hit from 1956.
The stellar cast featured vocals from Shane MacGowan, Nick Cave and Primal Scream singer Bobby Gillespie, the Sex Pistols’ Glen Matlock, The Pretenders’ Chrissie Hynde and Paloma Faith and finally Eliza Doolittle. On guitars were James Walbourne, The Clash’s Mick Jones and Johnny Depp, who recorded his parts in LA.
If you are opposed to fur, then check out this great new option for you! Imposter is a brand new faux-fur line that has created a new prominent symbol to showcase your compassion for NOT wearing real fur. The IM symbol, found on each garment, proudly shows the world that no animals were harmed in the making of your outfit.