As society’s awareness of sustainability and environmental issues grows, so has government involvement in the cause. At the same time, numerous environmental NGOs and conservation organizations have been created to encourage and coordinate positive action in areas as diverse as air and water quality, wildlife and fishery preservation, and pollution and emissions abatement. As these institutions have flourished, however, so has confusion over their origin, objectives, and effectiveness. Intengine provides clarity to this vast institutional backdrop by providing both a way for these environmental organizations to properly describe their purpose and philosophy, as well as a comprehensive directory for individuals and groups seeking information on the subject. From government sponsored environmental protection agencies to independent environmental non-profit societies, much good work is being done to protect the planet and its natural assets – use Intengine to find out about these groups and how they are making a difference.
Our group, 10,000 Trees for the Rouge, is an all-volunteer group dedicated to restoring wildlife habitat in the Rouge Park by planting native trees and shrubs. The plant material is carefully selected to provide both food and shelter opportunities for wildlife. As those of you who have planted with us before will know, we also install nesting snags to encourage the early return of bird species such as tree swallows, wrens, and the eastern bluebird. To help this along, we
13 Dolan Drive
Random House Canada
Founded in 1987, A Commitment to Training and Employment for Women (ACTEW) is a provincial umbrella group, of supporters, trainers, agencies, and organizations delivering employment and training services to women. ACTEW's mission is to promote and support community-based training opportunities for women. ACTEW is a registered charity.
215 Spadina Avenue, Suite 350
The Ripple Project is a great way to explore alternative ways of living together in harmony with the earth and each other. In celebration of life, personal growth, co-operative living, and spiritual fulfillment we want to extend our ripples to all those interested in practicing sustainability and community based change. The Ripple Project views in sustainable living and intentional community.
Artists Against Racism is a non-profit organization which does International public education campaigns where renowned artists such as Celine Dion, Oscar Peterson, Margaret Atwood, Matchbox 20, Deepa Mehta, Norman Jewison and dozens more reach out as role models to youths. These unique and proactive campaigns include billboards, school posters and videos, radio and TV ads, movie slide ads, bus shelter ads, bus posters, an interactive website, CDs, concerts, and
19353 16th Avenue
Surrey, British Columbia
A World Institute for a Sustainable Humanity (A W.I.S.H.) is an international nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide models and support for life sustaining activities that integrate solutions to poverty and the environment while fostering self-reliance.
P.O. Box 812
Lopez Island, Washington
The Freecycle Network is composed of many individual groups across the globe. To visit the central hub of this network, see the following website: www.freecycle.org
Abbotsford, British Columbia
Abilene Christian University educates leaders who believe God calls us to love with all our hearts, lead with all our minds, and serve with all our strength. We aim to transform our students into the likeness of Jesus and produce leaders who think critically, globally and missionally through distinctive and innovative programs that deliver a unique, Christ-centered experience that draws students into the community. These leaders learn to apply their Christian faith to
ACU Box 29000
The purposes of the society are: 1. to bring together people of all nations to learn, experience and share North American aboriginal art, culture, values and spirituality; and 2. to improve the professionalism, visibility and economic circumstances of aboriginal artists, performers and cultural support workers.
700-555 West Hastings Street
Vancouver, British Columbia
To strengthen the capacity of the Aboriginal community and its citizens to deals with justice issues and provide Aboriginal controlled and culturally based justice alternatives.
803-415 Younge Street