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How to Save the World
Unformatted Document Text:  23 Organization G – As youngest non-profit organization interviewed for this study, the agency was founded just one year ago. It strives to promote responsible land use and forestry practices throughout the state of Massachusetts. Organization H – With seven regional offices throughout New England, it promotes the importance of public lands that are threatened by urban and suburban sprawl. Founded in 1972, it conserves land for recreation, spiritual nourishment and the improvement of the quality of life of American communities. Organization I – A non-profit community-based organization, the organization focuses part of its efforts toward environmental revitalization within the neighborhood. Founded in 1984, it is the only non-profit organization to be granted eminent domain over all abandoned land within its boundaries. Organization J – The group encourages sustainable use of land and other natural resources in the rural areas throughout the United Kingdom. Celebrating its 75 th anniversary this year, it continues to lobby the Parliament using statistics from its own research conducted in the field. Organization K – Its mission is to lobby the government and educate the public on the dangers of using certain pesticides. As one of 400 groups worldwide, the London chapter of the group focuses most of its intergovernmental efforts toward the new European Union. Organization L – Founded in 1990, its mission is to protect the natural habitat of native plants and shrubs throughout the United Kingdom. This specialized charity carries out relevant policy and legislation activities, initiates its own research in threatened lands, and collaborates widely with other environmental organizations in England. Organization M – The mission of this group is to ensure a future for many endangered species around the world. Established in 1977, it supports scientists and their research, habitat protection, and education workshops for children as well as concerned adults throughout England.

Authors: Nordhoff, Andrew. and Downes, Edward.
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Organization G – As youngest non-profit organization interviewed for this study, the agency
was founded just one year ago. It strives to promote responsible land use and forestry
practices throughout the state of Massachusetts.
Organization H – With seven regional offices throughout New England, it promotes the
importance of public lands that are threatened by urban and suburban sprawl. Founded in
1972, it conserves land for recreation, spiritual nourishment and the improvement of the
quality of life of American communities.
Organization I – A non-profit community-based organization, the organization focuses part
of its efforts toward environmental revitalization within the neighborhood. Founded in 1984,
it is the only non-profit organization to be granted eminent domain over all abandoned land
within its boundaries.
Organization J – The group encourages sustainable use of land and other natural resources in
the rural areas throughout the United Kingdom. Celebrating its 75
th
anniversary this year, it
continues to lobby the Parliament using statistics from its own research conducted in the
field.
Organization K – Its mission is to lobby the government and educate the public on the
dangers of using certain pesticides. As one of 400 groups worldwide, the London chapter of
the group focuses most of its intergovernmental efforts toward the new European Union.
Organization L – Founded in 1990, its mission is to protect the natural habitat of native plants
and shrubs throughout the United Kingdom. This specialized charity carries out relevant
policy and legislation activities, initiates its own research in threatened lands, and
collaborates widely with other environmental organizations in England.
Organization M – The mission of this group is to ensure a future for many endangered
species around the world. Established in 1977, it supports scientists and their research,
habitat protection, and education workshops for children as well as concerned adults
throughout England.


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