Conservation Charities - North America
Conservation Charities in North America
The Sierra Club is a grassroots environmental organisation, protecting America's heritage and wilderness and leading the charge to move away from the dirty fossil fuels that cause climate disruption and toward a clean energy economy.
American Rivers works to protect and restore the rivers of the USA.
The Vital Ground Foundation is a nonprofit land trust that conserves habitat for grizzly bears and other wildlife in the northern Rocky Mountains.
Nature Conservancy From supporting natural solutions to climate change to creating sustainable fisheries to investing in nature in urban areas, it breaks the traditional mold of "setting land aside" and works across aisles to ensure true conservation success. It focuses on land, oceans, cities, waters and the climate.
Environment Defence Fund focsues on stabilising the climate, feeding the world, protecting health and forging solutions which help people and nature foster.
The American Farmland Trust has helped to save over 5 million acres of farm and ranch land and contributed to conservation improvements on millions more
The Trust for Public Land helps to raise funds for conservation; to protecting and restoring natural spaces; to collaborating with communities to plan, design, and create parks, playgrounds, gardens, and trails.
Save the Redwoods Since 1918, the League has protected nearly 200,000 acres of forest and helped create 66 redwood parks and preserves.
Natural Resources Defence Council works to safeguard the earth - its people, plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends. Wildlife priorities are protection, conservation and trade.
Environmental Commodities: What are they and how can you trade them? - an easy-to-understand guide which presents interesting details about energy credits and how they relate to clean energy production. The article is from Commodity.com