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SHARE this cool #Rhino infographic on #WorldRhinoDay ! Let's create a storm of support for these amazing animals. Join us on Twitter and Tweet with #iam4rhinos
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The Great Barrier Reef is a dying Wonder of the World.

Help save it -- sign the petition.
We need your urgent support to help save the Great Barrier Reef! Please sign and share this Causes #petition by June 17 to help send a strong message to the World Heritage Committee.

Join our fight for the #reef : http://wwf.to/1141jQ4
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Have you heard about the carbon bubble? This great infographic by Think Progress explains what it is quite clearly, but The Economist may also have hit the nail on the head about what this carbon bubble actually represents: “Either governments are not serious about climate change or fossil-fuel firms are overvalued.” Find out more here: http://goo.gl/41KYG

#carbon #carbonbubble #fossilfuels #infographic  
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The fifteen commercial banks and seven export credit agencies that have lent the most money to dirty coal and gas export projects in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area over the past five years. Here they are. 

TAKE ACTION: http://www.marketforces.org.au/banks.html
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We can't bring back what we've lost.

Save them before we lose them.
At the beginning of the 20th century, countless black #rhinos – the most endangered African species – roamed the African continent.

By the 1970s, we had 70,000. In 1981, there were fewer than 15,000. In 1993, only 2,475 were left.

Now we have almost 5,000: let’s fight for each one of them! Are you with us?

JOIN THE FRONTLINE and learn more about these incredible animals at http://bit.ly/b8e7lq
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Africa’s elephants are in dire danger of extinction. With an estimated 25,000 killed for their tusks last year, they won’t last more than two decades. Your generous support will help stop this devastating practice so #elephants can thrive once again http://bit.ly/Zmt8OY

Photo by: Fred Hoogervorst / www.fredhoogervorst.com
#ivory #poaching #wildlife
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So, did you know?

The answer to our rhino trivia is that rhino horn is made out of the same substance as human hair.

That’s right! Keratine makes human hair, nails and also rhino horn.

Learn more about these amazing creatures and our work to keep them in the wild: http://bit.ly/RufYyA
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Hundreds of thousands of protestors flooded the streets of Tokyo taking part in the second anniversary of the March 11, 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster. While many still suffer from the consequences it left in its wake, hope is also starting to emerge in Japan and around the world. Hope that people will continue to speak out, loudly and clearly about this man-made disaster, to speak out against nuclear power.

You can help – sign the petition and demand that nuclear companies are responsible for nuclear disasters: http://act.gp/16lDrZV

Fukushima. We remember. http://act.gp/16lDCo3

#fukushima   #nucleardisaster   #nuclear  
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Take Greenpeace’s Coca-Cola Challenge!

Drinks giant Coca-Cola Australia is used to behaving as though it can do whatever it likes -- but crushing a proven ‘cash for containers’ scheme in the NT is downright breathtaking in its arrogance. 

Coke needs to hear us: so for every SHARE of this post we’ll return ONE discarded Coke bottle outside Coca-Cola’s Sydney HQ. Greenpeace activists will be out in force on ‘Clean Up Australia Day’ picking up plastic waste, and we’re hoping we can dump a TRUCKLOAD of bottles in your name (before recycling them of course).

So SHARE now – and tell Coke to stop trashing Australia!

http://bit.ly/StopTrashingAus
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Australian seabirds sometimes mistake plastic waste for food. So when they eat it (or feed it to their babies) their tiny stomachs become so full they’re unable to ingest food - starving them to death on a full stomach.

Despite this, Coca-Cola Australia is taking the Australian Northern Territory Government to court for implementing a successful recycling scheme - outrageous! Forty four governments across the world have successfully implemented a Cash for Containers scheme, in some cases this has led to recycling rates of over 90%. Show your support for a national Cash for Containers recycling program in Australia -> http://bit.ly/StopTrashingAus
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