Let The Sea Turtle Live is a project that was inspired after participating in a beach clean up organized by Icenecdev Cameroon a way to combat plastic waste pollution along [...]
PARC National Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Team – Sparking the Conversation on Inclusive Herp ConservationThe Pollination Project2019-07-31T06:08:37-07:00
We are working towards ending the animal agriculture in order to save tens of billions of animals every year and in order to stop catastrophic climate change. Our project is promoting sustainable and compassionate diets, that don't include any animal ingredients, that have lower environmental impact and lower carbon footprint.
This project serves as a model not only to address snakebite issues, but also to engage local communities in the conservation of threatened snake species by building their capacity, dispelling the myths, garnering respect, compassion and appreciation towards all living creatures by establishing a harmonious relationship between humans and snakes to coexist.
We are an nonprofit organization, which is committed to social change and the building of socially just relations, on the principles of solidarity, compassion, non-violence, coexistence and sustainable development, by promoting veganism and all animal rights.
We are committed to raising awareness and supporting students and professional veterinarians who are vegan, vegetarian, and veggie-friendly through information sharing and discussions about relevant science-based content, exposing the contradictions of veterinary practice, as well as building their capacity to spread the word and generate impact in their communities.
Animal Justice Project is an all animal rights organization focusing mainly on ending the use of animals for experiments - an issue very few smaller, grassroots organizations now work on in Britain - and we couple this with vegan outreach and campaigns.