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Tiki the Penguin's guide for kids which explains why so much life on Earth is in trouble
Tiki the Penguin's guide for kids which explains why so much life on Earth is in trouble

My links to other sites

Global Footprint Network: Find out about Earth Overshoot Day and calculate your own ecological footprint.

As World’s Population Booms, Will Its Resources Be Enough for Us? A very useful roundup of the problems ahead — National Geographic.

Mongabay: seeks to raise interest in and appreciation of wild lands and wildlife, aims to be your best source of tropical rainforest conservation and environmental science news.

Friends of the Earth: based in Britain but international in scope. Also check out Friends of the Earth International which has 61 member groups around the world.

Envirolink: Connect to the Youth Environmental Community.

face="Comic Sans MS">10 Gorgeous State Forest Parks in the USA. A fun and informative site and anyone interested in nature, wildlife and forests should find it useful.

GRAIN: (Genetic Resources Action Network) have detailed information about biodiversity and the effects global trade and industrial agriculture is having on it.

Greenpeace: Probably the world's best known environmental campaigning organisation. Oceans, climate, forests - it's all here. Also check out Greenpeace USA

Kids for Birds: This beautiful site is designed for kids and offers info and pictures of New Zealand birds.

Kiwi Conservation Club: New Zealand-based forest and bird conservation project for kids. Did you know kiwis could kick, have their noses at the end of their beaks and can live for 40 years? No? Neither did I. Great site for kids.

National Geographic - for kids

Rainforest Action Network: Information and campaigns.

the Rainforest Foundation: Supports traditional peoples of the world's rainforests in their efforts to protect their environment.

Sierra Club: North American environment... For Our Families, For Our Future.

Survival International: Supports tribal people by helping to protect their lands and rights to it.

Wildlife-saving: taking part in helping threatened and in-need wildlife

Worldwatch Institute: Looking for an environmentally sustainable society--one in which human needs are met in ways that do not threaten the health of the natural environment or the prospects of future generations. Very useful resources like State of the World 2000.

World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF): Global network with 'Just for Kids' (and teachers) section. You can help right away by getting a Panda Passport. Beautiful site.

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