Animal Rights


Relatives of all Shapes & Sizes.

“Wild dolphins call each other by name and horses use facial expressions to communicate with each other.”


Protecting Life from Mistreatment.

Over 115 million animals are killed in laboratory experiments worldwide every year.


All Types of Life & Our Relationship to Them.

“Through biomimicry, the innovations of wildlife have allowed us to develop technology that improves our lives, and to create medicines that save millions of people annually.” 

Eduction, Training, & Action.

“A study by the World Health Organization places processed meats like bacon and sausage in the same carcinogenic category as asbestos and cigarettes.”

(Source: World Health Organization)

Environmental Justice


Environmental Justice

 One Planet. One Love.

“Saving our planet, lifting people out of poverty, advancing economic growth... these are one and the same fight. Solutions to one problem must be solutions for all.”


Ecosystems & Sustainability

27,000 trees are felled each day for toilet paper


Pollution & Cleanup


3.8 million [U.S. Residents are] living within the “fenceline” zones closest to potential harm, with the least time to react in the event of a catastrophe. “The percentage of Blacks in the fenceline zones is 75% greater than for the U.S. as a whole, while the percentage of Latinos in the fence line zones is 60% greater than for the U.S. as a whole.”



Education, Training & Action

 The Green Energy Sector now employees more people than fossil fuels. Expected Growth in next year will average 10%.



Facts about growing Your Own Food

1. Improve your family's health. Eating more fresh fruits and vegetables is one of the most important things you and your family can do to stay healthy.

2. Reduce your environmental impact. Backyard gardening helps the planet in many ways. If you grow your food organically, without pesticides and herbicides, you’ll spare the earth the burden of unnecessary air and water pollution