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websites that also support the environment


Earth Day Network:

Their mission is to diversify, educate and activate the environmental movement worldwide. Growing out of the first Earth Day in 1970, Earth Day Network is the world’s largest recruiter to the environmental movement, working with more than 75,000 partners in over 190 countries to drive positive action for our planet. They have virtual events going on around the globe right now. This year is their 50th year of having this program!


The Rainforest Site:

This site is an easy way to help the environment each day, by simply pressing a button. It's completely free, and takes less than 5 seconds to do. There are also many other things you can do, like provide food, help research medical diseases, and much more. 

The Crayon Initiative:

More than a half-million pounds of crayons are discarded every year, turning into a waxy sludge that clogs our landfills and never biodegrades. The Crayon Initiative collects, donates, and reproduces crayons. They collect crayons from restaurants, schools, and homes across the country, then melt them down and remanufactures them, reducing waste. They remold them into shapes that will benefit the patients and not roll off their hospital trays.

The International Rhino Foundation:

This foundation aims towards helping and protecting rhinos. You can donate, partner with them, or even "adopt" a rhino, which means that you are providing for a rhino of your choice. They also have a store that sells water bottles, shirts, and books to help raise money for their cause. 

Ocean Hero:

Ocean Hero is a search engine that takes plastic out of the sea. You can install it into your computer with only two clicks and you are already doing a small things to save the Earth everyday. For every 5 searches you do they will take one plastic bottle out of the ocean, which could've been the piece of plastic that killed a sealife animal. Every year, 18 billion pounds of plastic goes into our oceans. The equivalent of one truck full of plastic is dumped into our oceans every minute. By 2050 there will be more plastic in the oceans than fish, unless we all take action, including doing a little thing like taking pieces of plastic out of the sea one piece at a time.

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