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View Resource Organic Consumers Association

Organic Consumers Association is a grassroots nonprofit organization concerned with issues related to food safety, organic farming, sustainable agricultural, fair trade and genetic engineering.

http://organicconsumers.org
View Resource World Business Council for Sustainable Development: Latin American Chapter

WBCSD is a coalition of 170 international companies united committed to sustainable development via the three pillars of economic growth, ecological balance and social progress. Its mission is to...

http://www.sistema.itesm.mx/misc/bcsd-la/english/ingles.htm
View Resource Sustainable Farming Association of Minnesota

The SFA is a farmer-run, nonprofit organization that founded in 1988 as an information-sharing network about sustainable farming practices.

http://www.sfa-mn.org
View Resource European Partners for the Environment

EPE serves as a catalyst, in Europe and around the world, to achieve into the future a better balance between the environmental, social and economic elements of life. EPE brings together...

http://www.epe.be/
View Resource Izaak Walton League of America

National nonprofit organization that educates the public about population and natural resource consumption issues through their Sustainability Education Project. This group also works with...

http://www.iwla.org
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