SELECTED LINKS: List Selected Links are websites I have found useful or entertaining, business or retail outlets are only included by mutual agreement. If you have an ecotourism or outdoors related business (hotels, lodges, tours, guiding, car hire etc) and would like to EXCHANGE WEBSITE LINKS OR ADVERTISE please contact BSG. Anyone finding a link on this page to their website, who does not wish it to appear here, only has to contact me via ‘Contact Us’ on the website, and I will remove it.
There are additional pages of links on BSG, which are not usually reproduced within Selected Links, these are WORLDWIDE LINKS: TRAVEL ADVICE, VOLUNTEERING & ACCOMMODATION (mainly with info for global volunteering), Regional Links pages
- PALEARCTIC and Country Round-ups. Currently there are only 3 COUNTRY ROUND-UP Pages
CATEGORIES LIST (scroll for actual links)
BIRDS GLOBAL BIRD & WILDLIFE COMMERCIAL: TOURS, HOLIDAYS, ART ORGANISATIONS NGOs ORGANISATIONS GOVERNMENTAL SPECIES LISTS SPECIES RANGE MAPS IDENTIFICATION AIDS VIDEO PHOTO SOUND RESEARCH PAPERS & INFO BIRDS GENERAL OTHER VERTEBRATE CLASSES WORLD ORGANISATIONS NGOs ORGANISATIONS GOVERNMENTAL MAMMALS Bats REPTILES AMPHIBIANS AQUATIC LIFE FISH ALL CLASSES AQUATIC LIFE ALL CLASSES MARINE BIOLOGY FRESHWATER BIOLOGY SPECIES LISTS SPECIES RANGE MAPS RESEARCH PAPERS & INFO TAXONOMY BY REGION PELAGIC WORLD DIRECTORIES ECOLOGICAL NEWS BLOGS BIOMES RESEARCH PAPERS & INFO NATURAL WORLD GENERAL WORLDWIDE LINKS: CONSERVATION VOLUNTEERING etc WORK ABROAD INVERTEBRATES PROSERIATA & KALYPTORHYNCHIA (Flatworms) INVERTEBRATES; ARTHROPODSGENERAL LEPIDOPTERA (Butterflies and Moths) SATURNID (Butterflies) ODONATA (Dragonflies and allies) ARACHNIDS (Spiders and Mites) MECOPTERA (Scorpion-flies and Hanging-flies) COLLEMBOLA (Water Bears) TRICHOPTERA (Caddisflies) BUMBLE BEES THRIPS LEAFHOPPERS DIPTERA (Flies) CRAYFISH FUNGI PLANTS ORGANISATIONS NGOs ORGANISATIONS GOVERNMENTAL WORLD PLANTS LISTS BY FAMILIES GENERAL MONOCOTYLEDONS GRASSES LEGUMES GESNERIACEAE FERNS BRYOPHYTES MEDICINAL PLANTS MEDICINAL PLANTS COMMERCIALPALEONTOLOGY FARMING HEMP PERMACULTURE ORGANIC, FAIR TRADE, ETHICAL, SAFE FOODS SMALLHOLDERPOLITICS TECHNOLOGY INDEPENDENT NEWS SERVICES, MEDIA & PUBLICITY PROMOTION & HELP ANTI GLOBALIZATION
BIRD & WILDLIFE COMMERCIAL: TOURS, HOLIDAYS, ART Book Cheap Tickets to see wildlife of India
Wildlife of India
Description: Wildlife tours guide to explore 400 Indian wildlife resorts, 80 national parks, sanctuaries with great photos of animals by the Professionals wildlife Photographer.
vogelaar.opzijnbest All things to do with birds and birding, with lots of links for tours and holidays
Dean Eades Wildlife Photography
Puente Genave birdwatching A small and ecological birdwatching tour company located in the Cazorla´s Natural Park in the province of Jaen (Spain).
ORGANISATIONS NGOs BirdLife International BirdLife International is a global partnership of conservation organisations that strives to conserve birds, their habitats and global biodiversity, working with people towards sustainability in the use of natural resources. It is possible to access all the partners through this parent site. BirdLife International assesses extinction threats for all bird species, and they use their own categories to identify the levels of threat. Their information is also used by the IUCN. Range maps and regular news are included.
Birding Pal Find birders to go birdwatching with anywhere in the world.
Guidestar Lists all UK charities, this link goes to nature conservation charities. Very useful is the ‘Clustered search results’ listed on the left side of each search, which groups similar charities from your search, enabling a much more targeted search easily.
SPECIES LISTS Avibase Lists the entire world’s birds in Clements’ taxonomic sequence (default), the list are in English with scientific names for all countries and there are list in most other languages as well (including Portuguese and Spanish) and other taxonomic versions available. Copy to Excel to produce tickable trip lists for anywhere.
MAPS See BirdLife International above and for range maps for All Classes see links below.
IDENTIFICATION AIDS VIDEO The Internet Bird Collection This site hosts videos of the world’s birds sent in by the public, 30,997 of 5,802 species and is very useful. Sponsored by HBW.
PHOTO Visual Resources Vireo (Visual Resources for Ornithology) With more than 150,000 photographs representing over 7,000 species VIREO is the world's most comprehensive collection of ornithological images. Not all photos are on line for free viewing but copies can be ordered from their full listings.
Arthur Grosset Birds There is a large photo database of high quality pictures, of mainly Neotropical birds taken by the webmaster, with relevant information on the species and the place taken.
Avesfoto by Edson Endrigo Probably the best photographer in the Neotropics today, author of numerous books, this new website has some excellent photos.
wild bird gallery This is a Swedish site, with full English option, has seabirds pictures that are exceptionally good.
Worldbirder Has 6,000 photographs of about 2,500 species.
Mangoverde This site has 17,000+ photos of nearly 5,566 species, some with sound. Also has many butterfly photos.
SOUND Tony Phillips' Links to other Birdsong and Birding Sites Get most of the world's species calls free.
Xeno-canto Free downloads of bird songs from tropical America. The site contains 23,208 recordings of 3437 species, but is increasing rapidly.
World birdsongs Ohio Primarily for songs and calls of which 26,000 are available.
RESEARCH PAPERS & INFO OWL database The online library of the Natural History Museum (UK); Ornithology, which is based at Tring, which has the largest ornithological library and collections in the world. The collection is largely based on Rothschild's collection.
OWL database Edward Grey Institute of the Oxford University, UK.
SORA Searchable Ornithological Research Archive
AOP El Hornero (Buenos Aires) Revista de Ornitología Neotropical
USGS Raptor Information System
BIRDS GENERAL Birdwatching Trip of the Neotropics Charles Hesse’s website covering his 2 year independent trip, logging 2,450 species. It features all the information given on BSG, plus his photos of 1,300 species (available on cd).
Surfbirds This is full of photo gallery, chat and trip reports, it also has peoples lists on by ranking covering all parts of the world and is a great all round bird site.
Fat Birder Probably the best all round birding site on the web. Info, news, tours and photos, plus probably the world’s biggest list of links to other birding related sites.
Birding Blogs A blog directory, mainly British.
Birding Links This site has 27,000 links birding websites around the world, with clickable maps and thousands of trip reports.
camacdonald or 'Birding Hotspots Round the World’ Lots of links to many sites but somewhat out of date.
Deanbirders Deanbirders are a group of birders in the Forest of Dean area. The group has some less able members and the website focuses on places and activities for the less mobile. As well as birding activities the group keeps comprehensive records and runs schemes promoting bird boxes and feeding stations.
ORGANISATIONS NGOs BATUMI RAPTOR COUNT . A component of the project now in full development is ecotourism. Local families are organizing lodges for visitors. This generates income either for the locals and for the project itself. Developing tourism within local families acts against propension to poaching, appearently the greatest threat to migrants around Batumi.
International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) The IUCN provide the longest running and most widely used list of threatened species there is. Search the database for any threatened species and get up to date information. Information is collect from expert individuals and organisations from around the world, the Red List Authority for birds is BirdLife International. The IUCN use their own categories to identify the levels of threat.
International Convention on the Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) Search for any species listed as restricted or forbidden to trade. Also has a useful links page to other websites covering other important international conventions on natural and cultural resources.
GLOBAL CANOPY PROGRAMME
Try these 3 websites from World Wildlife Fund World Wildlife Fund World Wildlife Fund
Smithsonian Institute National Museum of Natural History Also see the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
World Institute For Conservation & Environment (WICE) Has world checklists to many taxa on its pages.
Wildlife Conservation Society
ORGANISATIONS GOVERNMENTAL Peace Corps US students serve their country in the cause of peace by living and working in developing countries. More than 190,000 Peace Corps Volunteers have been invited by 139 host countries since founding.
World List of Protected Areas This list is produced by the United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP), The World Conservation Union (IUCN), and World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA). They produce the World list of Protected Areas and the more comprehensive World Database on Protected Areas (WDPA) for 1993, 1997 and 2004. Note the latter has to be downloaded; it contains some huge shape files and requires a GIS ArcReader or similiar type program to read. Clicking on the 2003 list can access statistics for the 2003 list but the list itself is not there, the file is in Adobe format.
OTHER VERTEBRATE CLASSES WORLD
Arkive Has audiovisual on more than 15,000 endangered species from all Classes not just birds.
Mongabay One of the best websites there is, original interviews and articles. Focuses on tropical wildlife.
Mammal's Planet Full mammal list with information and often pictures.
Animal Diversity Web Detailed coverage.
Animal Info - Information on Endangered Mammals Contains detailed info on rare species
Bats Organization for Bat Conservation
Bat Conservation International
HerpNET Detailed website bringing together info from museums around the world.
The Reptile Database For lists and general info on all 6 Orders try here. The website also has a good links page to other reptile websites and sites with general biological information.
AmphibiaWeb This is a new website designed to inform users about amphibians worldwide and their plight in regard to recent numbers of species either going extinct or being in catastrophic decline. It lists all the world’s species and has info and in some cases photos.
Global Amphibian Assessment A new website intenting to providing in-depth info on the status of the world’s amphibians, via a powerful search engine.
FishBase Has info on all 28,500 marine fish species known to science on the website. This has an amazing searchable database, far exceeding anything for birds or anything I have seen. The same info is available on FishBase 2004 DVD or CD-ROMs. It comes together with the FishBase 2000 book and can be ordered for US$95 including air-mail. The links page is very good.
AQUATIC LIFE ALL CLASSES
MARINE BIOLOGY Ocean Conserve
Marine Bio.org This is a very good all-round site covering many species and issues.
The Plankton Net Not just plankton! And it has the most extensive list of links for all marine species and themes.
Malacology Molluscs database for Western Atlantic, also contains a link to Indo-Pacific database.
The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) is an independent non-profit organisation that promotes responsible fishing practices. It accredits responsible fishing practices worldwide so consumers know when fishing is being carried out responsibly.
The Institute of Cetacean Research
Sea Watch Foundation
FRESHWATER BIOLOGY Water Conserve
Freshwater Biological Association This is a Registered Charity and an independent membership organisation, with members drawn from around the world.
Freshwater Benthic Ecology and Aquatic Entomology An excellent website for taxonomy, checklists and identification.
SPECIES LISTS Species 2000 Indexing the world’s known species, currently nearly one million species are listed.
Biologybase Checklist of Mammals of the World and lists for other classes.
Santa Barbara Software Lots of world bird and mammal databases and updates for Clements bird lists etc.
SPECIES RANGE MAPS World Wildlife Fund; Wildfinder The world’s most detailed database on species distribution, this massive resource has up to date maps of all land vertebrates. It is possible to search by different criteria. The map also covers all the worlds biomes in great detail and the area where a species occurs can be clicked to find info on the biome it is present in.
NatureServe; InfoNatura This is a US website with versions also in Spanish and Portuguese. The main facility of this website is to give distributional information through up to date maps for all the Neotropics, but it is also a VISUAL AID with photos of many species. It is possible to search by different criteria. Two maps for each species are given, the top map only shows which countries the species in question occurs in, it is not a detailed range map. The detailed range map is below the first map, and you will need to scroll down to view it.
RESEARCH PAPERS & INFO BioOne An open online journal used by US universities to which it has hyperlinks.
Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center Gives information on papers organised by state.
Encyclopedia of Life Aims to catalogue all life forms and has a page of information with illustration and range maps on each. A few pages are fully complete and look good, and about a million more are in progress.
Species 2000 Indexing the world’s known species, both plants and animals, currently nearly one million species are listed.
The Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) presents a comprehensive, authoritative, and integrated body of knowledge of life support systems. It is a forward-looking publication, designed as a global guide to professional practice, education, and heightened social awareness of critical life support issues.
World Biodiversity Database A taxonomic database and information system that will cover all known species. It uses ITISIntegrated Taxonomic Information System
Tree of Life Phylogenetic tree of life.
Global Biodiversity Information Facility
Find links specific to each region here. Within some of these Regional Links pages some countries will have their own specific page of links on BSG which will be called Country Round-up followed by the country concerned.
REGIONAL LINKS: AFROTROPIC
REGIONAL LINKS: ANTARCTIC
REGIONAL LINKS: AUSTRALASIA
REGIONAL LINKS: INDO-MALAY
REGIONAL LINKS: NEARCTIC
REGIONAL LINKS: NEOTROPIC
REGIONAL LINKS: OCEANIA
REGIONAL LINKS: PALEARCTIC
PELAGIC WORLD Monterey Seabirds Info on many sites in many counties but best known for pelagic trips.
Zest for Birds Information on South African birds and on seabird pelagic trips into the Indian Ocean.
Top Census Satellite tracking of marine animals.
Southern Oceans Seabird Study Associations Many good photos on many species.
DIRECTORIES The Open Directory Project The world's biggest directory with nearly 5,000,000 sites.
United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP)
ECOLOGICAL NEWS Science Daily Covers science topics in the news in detail, including the natural world.
National Geographic animals and nature news
Mongabay All about rainforest and other tropical habitats, very useful for facts and figures.
National Biodiversity News News
An online journal Conservation Evidence
Ecology.com General ecology pages.
Ecological Internet This website is the mother page for many of the other links listed here.
BLOGS For nature blogs websites: NATURE BLOG
BIOMES World Wildlife Fund; Wildfinder Covers all the world’s biomes in great detail.
Terrestrial Ecoregions of the World From National Geographic and World Wildlife Fund. Covers all the world’s biomes in great detail using the same information as on their Wildfinder pages.
Journal of Biogeography
GLORIA Global Observation Research Initiative In Alpine Environments Contains very detailed lists of higher (vascular) and lower (bryophytes and lichens) plants of all the major alpine regions of the world, with distribution maps.
RESEARCH PAPERS & INFO LookSmart, Find Articles
NATURAL WORLD GENERAL
Centre for Applied Biodiversity Science (CABS) There is an extensive linked reference page.
Conservation International Biodiversity Hotspots Conservation International provides information on the world’s hotspots and there is a useful searchable database, species lists and statistical info as well a page of related links.
World Rainforest Movement
Animal Diversity Web
WORLDWIDE LINKS: CONSERVATION VOLUNTEERING, TRAVEL, HEALTH, GUIDES, TOURS, MAPS, GEOGRAPHY
For general non-country specific information please go to WORLDWIDE LINKS: TRAVEL ADVICE, VOLUNTEERING & ACCOMMODATION . For regional information, say on volunteering, go to Regional Links. A few countries have their own pages and these are called Country Round-up followed by the country name.
Suggested Phylogenetic Classification of Invertebrate Animals Three pages showing all the main invertebrate groups and also characteristics key for major groups at Major Characters of Invertebrate Body Design
PROSERIATA & KALYPTORHYNCHIA (Flatworms) World checklist of flatworms (in progress)
GENERAL University of Florida; Entomology & Nematology Useful identification pages illustrating and describing morphological characters for identifying the orders and families of common insects.
Biologybase Biologybase again provides a list that is hard to find elsewhere; all arthropods down to family level.
Common Insect Families A list of the commoner families of insects of the world on one page.
Insect-Sale This website has the largest collection of insect photos in the world!
Ecology of Commanster; Insects Excellent website detailing all life on the Belgian village with lists and photos.
LEPIDOPTERA (Butterflies and Moths) Insects-Online This website aims to list all species of butterflies in the Global Butterfly Species Register. So far only Papilionidae are finished but the rest should be done within 3 years. There is an extensive list of references after the list.
Neotropical Butterflies Set to become a comprehensive photographic database on species from the Neotropics. If you need a species identifying send it in and people can help. Anyone can post their good quality photos here.
Association for Tropical Lepidoptera Produces identification atlas guides for all the world’s species, though some are still works in progress. The Neotropical Atlas will be 125 volumes, and has been started. Also Tropical Lepidoptera Atlas Follow their links to their Electronic Resources on Lepidoptera image database. click here
SATURNID (Butterflies) Saturnids list Lists all Saturnids on a detailed Excel sheet.
ODONATA (Dragonflies and allies) A World Checklist of Odonata
ARACHNIDS (Spiders and Mites) International Society of Arachnology Covers all things to do with spiders, including links for identification and checklists with 1800 other references and has a lists of experts.
Bites and Stings Sort fact from fiction; find out which are the actual poisonous arthropods species.
MECOPTERA (Scorpion-flies and Hanging-flies) A World Checklist of Mecoptera
COLLEMBOLA (Water Bears) A World Checklist of Collembola
TRICHOPTERA (Caddisflies) A World Checklist of Trichoptera
BUMBLE BEES A World Checklist of Bees This British Natural History Museum site gives a checklist of Bumble Bees, which can be searched by regions of the world. It gives info on all 11 species found in this region.
THRIPS A World Checklist of Thrips
LEAFHOPPERS A World Checklist of Leafhoppers
DIPTERA (Flies) A World Checklist of Dolichopodidae
CRAYFISH A World List of Crayfish by Country
Recommended List of English Names for Fungi
ORGANISATIONS NGOs Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
Botanic Gardens Conservation International
American Chestnut Research and Restoration Project
ORGANISATIONS GOVERNMENTAL Restoration of the American Elm in the Upper Mississippi Watershed
WORLD PLANTS LISTS BY FAMILIES
GENERAL ROYAL BOTANICAL GARDENS KEW: WORLD CHECKLIST OF SELECTED PLANT FAMILIES Covers around 200 families. Kew World Checklists
MONOCOTYLEDONS A truly massive database of the world’s 75,000 species of Monocotyledons from Kew Gardens.
GRASSES Another world database from Kew Gardens, lists all 10,800 species, there is also a powerful identification key for which you will need to download software to use.
LEGUMES This data base provides a world checklist of legumes as well as a lot of other information.
GESNERIACEAE World checklist and detailed information on gesneriaceae.
FERNS World checklist and detailed information on ferns and their identification.
Bryophytes Pictures Pictures and list from around the world, view online or buy the cds.
Library Of Congress Links Page; Medicinal Plants
MEDICINAL PLANTS COMMERCIAL Plants For A Future Plants for a future lists 7000 species of useful plants, with very detailed write-ups of the plants, from strains to cultivation and harvesting techniques and uses. There are also lists of plants by categories of uses, such as health, ailments and other effects.
RAINTREE NUTRITION INC. As well as selling their products, Raintree Nutrition Inc. have a database of over 100 of the most important medicinal plants with comprehensive information on each one and references.
The Virtual Fossil Museum This is an excellent website aimed at education through expert user contributions. Text has hyperlinked words throughout so you can quickly jump to other pages on the website to learn more about any particular aspect, this and the thousands of photographs of fossils etc make the site very user friendly.
The Good Life Press the home of books published with the smallholder, downshifter and general all round 'good-lifer'.
HEMCORE Ltd The UK's biggest processor of industrial hemp! Technical information and costs for farmers of growing hemp and the guaranteed price Hemcore will pay you.
EUROPEAN INDUSTRIAL HEMP ASSOCIATION In Europe if you are starting your own business start here, comprehensive details.
INDUSTRIAL HEMP SUPPLIERS AND MANUFACTURERS Comprehensive worldwide listing of the main suppliers, their products and contact details.
A sustainable way of farming by mimicing natures woodland structure. Permaculture.org.uk
ORGANIC, FAIR TRADE, ETHICAL, SAFE FOODS
Organic does not use synthesised chemicals for food production.
PURISTAT DIGESTIVE WELLNESS CENTER; article on junk food additives Glazed and Confused...It's Time To Wake Up And Smell The Coffee
DO NOT BY PRODUCTS FROM THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES OR ORGANISATIONS AS THIS IS THE LIST OPPOSING PROPOSITION 37 (WHICH IS FOR THE LABELLING OF PRODUCTS CONTAINING GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS): Monsanto, Kellogg's (Kashi, Bear Naked, Morningstar Farms), General Mills (Muir Glen, Cascadian Farm, Larabar), Dean Foods (Horizon, Silk, White Wave), Smucker's (R.W. Knudsen, Santa Cruz Organic), Safeway ("O" Organics), Kraft Foods Global, Inc. (Boca Burgers and Back to Nature), Con-Agra (Orville Redenbacher's Organic, Hunt's Organic, Lightlife), Quaker, Nestle USA, Frito-Lay, Gatorade, Tropicana, Coca Cola (Honest Tea, Odwalla), AMP Energy, Naked Juice, Lipton iced tea, E. I. Dupont de Nemours, Dow Agrosciences and PepsiCo (Naked Juice, Tostito's Organic, Tropicana Organic). Other companies trying to stop Proposition 37 are: BASF Plant Science, Bayer Cropscience, Dow Agrosciences Llc, Syngenta Corporation, Del Monte Foods Company, H.J. Heinz Company, Hershey Company, Mars Incorporated, Hormel Foods Corporation, Bumble Bee Foods, Llc, Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc., Sara Lee Corporation, Bimbo Bakeries Usa, Pinnacle Foods Group Llc, Dean Foods Company, Campbell Soup Company, McCormick & Company, Inc., Smithfield Foods, Inc., Cargill, Inc., Rich Products Corporation, Abbott Nutrition, Dole Packaged Foods Company, Knouse Foods Cooperative, Inc., Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company, Sunny Delight Beverages Company, Bunge North America, Inc., Land O'lakes, Inc., Hero North America, Solae, Llc, California Grocers Association, McCain Foods Usa, Inc., Flowers Foods, Inc., Welch Foods, Inc., Godiva Chocolatier, Inc., Starlite Media Llc, Clement Pappas & Company, Inc., Clorox Company, Tree Top, Inc., C. H. Guenther & Son, Inc., Faribault Foods, Inc., Morton Salt, Reily Foods Company, Goya De Puerto Rico, Inc., Inventure Foods, Inc., Bruce Foods Corporation, Sargento Foods, Inc., Idahoan Foods, Llc, Goya Foods Great Lakes, Croplife America, El Super (Bodega Latina Corp), Hirzel Canning Company, Bristol Farms, Holiday Quality Foods/Sav More Foods, California Shopping Cart Retrieval Corp, House-Autry Mills, Inc., Four K Farms, Jmr Farms, Inc., Tri-Cal Inc., Nutricion Fundamental and Richelieu Foods, Inc.
ENVIROLET MODERN, CLEAN, ODOURLESS COMPOSTING TOILETS FOR HOUSE
International Organization for Standardization 'Don't waste time re-inventing the wheel, it's all here'. Country codes, weights, measures and coordinates.
HHO and Water4Gas Websites devoted to HHO technology. Cheap ($200) easy to instal (10 minutes) Hydrogen and Oxygen kits for cars and video guides to installation, which give up to 60% more fuel effeciency. Hundreds of thousands have been sold in the USA already
Startech And here is the answer to all toxic waste, in fact all waste.
Thermal Depolymerization Oil crisis? What oil crisis? Does it really work as well as is claimed?
Alka Zadgaonkar; Plastic waste for profit
BIOFUELS See the article with links here on BSG
INDEPENDENT NEWS SERVICES, MEDIA & PUBLICITY PROMOTION & HELP
INDEPENDENT NEWS SERVICES don't take the crap that big, bought media is trying to ram down your throat every day, get an unbiased view from these services
Michael Moore Find out how President (well he was sworn in even if not elected!) George W. stole power twice to become a puppet of his daddy's oil and arms trading buddies (which included the Bin Laden family!). How he sold off the nation’s forests and oil concessions in national parks in the Alaskan wilderness. And how he decimated the endangered species act, allowed Wolves to be shot, and refused to sign Kyoto.
Environmental Media Fund, Inc. A nonprofit corporation, acts as a catalyst for media programming and events about the environment and other issues of significant public interest and educational benefit. The mission of Environmental Media Fund is to promote public awareness and education on environmental issues through film, video, digital and interactive media, media-based educational teaching tools and special events, and to inspire individuals to participate in solutions.
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