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Nature - nature protection 
Amazon watch to defend the environment and advance indigenous peoples' rights in the face of large-scale industrial development-oil & gas pipelines, power lines, roads, and other mega-projects
American forests American forests is the oldest nonprofit citizen conservation organization, founded in 1875 by citizens concerned about waste and abuse of the nation's forests
American rivers
BBC nature for anyone interested in animals and the natural world around them, mammals, webcams, wild, dog, earth, plants, owls, sharks, big cats, natural history, pets
Biodiversity and conservation
Canadian forests forestry and the forest products industry in Canada
Climate & forests integrating climate change and forest conservation policies
Coral reef threats to the coral reefs of the world, and who's working to save them, coral reefs, arrecifes amenazados, ecosystems, activism, pollution, endangered
Coral reef ecosystems coral reefs and their associated communities cover an estimated 600000 square kilometers, mostly between between the Tropic of Capricorn and the Tropic of Cancer
Ecosystems an ecosystem is a group of biological communities in a shared physical environment. Air, land, water, and living organisms, including humans, interact to form an ecosystem
EcoWorld the global environmental community: nature and technology in harmony
Endangered! endangered animals, habitats and causes for endangerment
Forest conservation works to end deforestation, preserve old-growth forests, conserve and sustainably manage other forests, maintain climatic systems and commence the age of ecological restoration
Friends of the earth friends of the earth exists to protect and improve the conditions for life on earth, now and for the future
Nature conservancy nature conservation and wildlife preservation
Ocean planet issues that affect the health of the world's oceans, a tip
Rainforest info and news about rain forest protection, destruction and how to help, Amazon, South America, Africa, Asia, North and Central America, Oceania, Indonesia, Brazil, Canada, Papua New Guinea, Cameroon, wood and paper
Rainforest action network rainforest action network works to protect the earth's rainforests and support the rights of their inhabitants through education, grassroots organizing, and non-violent direct action
Rainforest alliance an international nonprofit organization dedicated to the conservation of tropical forests
Statistical analysis of global forest conservation
Tropical deforestation if the current rate of deforestation continues, the world's rain forests will vanish within 100 years-causing unknown effects on global climate and eliminating the majority of plant and animal species on the planet
tropical deforestation and habitat destruction habitat loss takes several forms: outright loss of areas used by wild species; degradation, for example, from vegetation removal and erosion, which deprive native species of food, shelter, and breeding areas; and fragmentation, when native species are squeezed onto small patches of undisturbed land surrounded by areas cleared for agriculture and other purposes
Tropical deforestation rates in Africa
UNESCO MAB biosphere reserve directory interactive map information on individual biosphere reserves
Warnings from the ice white continent, icecore, radioactivity, chernobyl, fallout, south pole, air pollution, climate change, temperature, volcanoes, volcanic eruption, global warming, greenhouse, gases, glacier, Antarctic, circumpolar, antifreeze, glycopeptides, growler, katabatic, neve, nilas, nunatak, polynya, satsrugi
Wetlands international a leading global non-profit organisation dedicated solely to the crucial work of wetland conservation and sustainable management
What drives tropical deforestation? pdf file
World conservation monitoring centre provides information for policy and action to conserve the living world, Our programmes concentrate on species, forests, protected areas, marine and freshwaters, habitats affected by climate change such as polar regions, maps

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