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Reef Watch community monitoring
http://www.reefwatch.asn.au

Reef Watch is a community organisation that uses scientifically credible methods of monitoring the marine environment. We also have a large education component and work closely with MESA in SA

Report Bad Link -- Link verified : 28-5-2002

SENSE
http://www.sense.org.in

The objective of SENSE are to conserve and help conserve biodiversity, nature and environment,to promote sustainable use of living and non-living natural resources,to conserve and help conserve cultural, anthropological, historical and traditional heritages. SENSE work on promoting biodiversity and nature conservation through awareness generation programs,holding educational programs for children in schools and colleges to promoto environment awareness and conservation,organizing research and survey to explore, study and assess biodiversity and natural resources of the country,offering consultancy services for conducting ecological Impact Assessment and other scientific research activities relating to nature conservation, conducting training related to biodiversity and nature conservation and assist in certification programs, promoting and organizing eco-development activities to generate and increase alternate real income of the forest fringe population, promoting eco-tourism,Conducting research to assess economic conditions of different less developed communities, developing communities through sustainable use of natural resources and sustainable means of livelihood, Publishing useful literature and information brochures relating to conservation of nature, conservation of ecosystems, eco-tourism and cultural and natural heritage,Helping young men and women, school and college students to be introduced to nature through traveling, trekking, climbing, camping, excursions,phography exhibition, publication and such other activities.

Report Bad Link -- Link verified : 23-4-2006

Threatened Species Network
http://www.wwf.org.au/

This website, now part of the Woeld Wildlife Fund Australia site, contains plenty of information about the hundreds of plants, animals and ecological communities threatened with extinction throughout Australia and most importantly, what you can do to help save them.

TSN hopes their site will grow to become the central connection point for activism and information relating to Australia's threatened species.

Report Bad Link -- Link verified : 20-3-2002
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