Join the Stop Global Warming Virtual March
Greenspan and Industry
SEND A LETTER TO LULA Help by writing letters to the President of Brazil.
EMAIL CAMPAIGNS Sending letters and emails to elected officials is one way to let them know your preferences regarding U.S. involvement in protecting the environment.
FREE GREETING CARDS Just fill out the form, and send a greeting card to someone special. It saves paper, gas, and money.
Practice the three R's: first reduce how much you use, then reuse what you can, and then recycle the rest. Then, dispose of what's left in the most environmentally friendly way. Read these tips.
The Wild Class Create a wildlife habitat in your backyard or school.
Greenspan in the Classroom
Red Jellyfish Internet service, long distance, local telephone service, and DSL donate a portion of the revenue to protect vital rain forests.
Ecotourism helps finance conservation, attract tourists, and boosts local economies.
CLICK TO SAVE HABITAT Save 118 square feet every day for FREE!
EAT LESS MEAT
Although there are health risks with being a vegetarian,
well informed vegetarians live healthier lives. Greenspan recommends
reducing our meat consumption because it avoids the health problems inherent in
animals are being treated inhumanly, it conserves
natural resources, and improves the environment.
These conservation projects put you to work in stunning locations with local people who carry out wildlife conservation. Experience is unnecessary, just bring enthusiasm.
Take a volunteer vacations in Peru, or Costa Rica. These short-term adventures last one to two weeks, and they focus on cultural-awareness and sustainability. They are often compared to a "mini peace corps". All program costs, including the cost of airfare, are tax-deductible.