Issue Area: Pollution Prevention and Reduction

Zim Zam

Zim Zam is an intentional community in transition. Zim Zam is a word coined to express our desire for vibrant physical, mental and emotional health. Zim Zam means being in sync”; being connected with our world; flowing

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Zoological Foundation of El Salvador

The Zoological Foundation of El Salvador (FUNZEL) is aSalvadoran non-profit organization, founded in 1989, with a mission to protectand conserve the wildlife of El Salvador. FUNZEL is involved in various programsand projects to conserve wildlife and their ecosystems but specializes inconservation programs for four species of sea turtle that nest …

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Zubor Independent Ecological Movement

Priorities of work: 1. air quality/air pollution2. biodiversity3. climate change4. environmental education5. environmental policy making6. energy7. forestry8. nature protection9. public participation10. sustainable agriculture11. tourism/sustainable/eco tourism12. waste management13. water managementActivities: advisory servicesawareness raising campaignsconferences, meetingseducationinformation disseminationmonitoringnetworkingpublic meetings

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Zvejone

Ecological club ┬ôZvejone┬ö has been working actively since 1989. It is the most active environmental organization in West Lithuania. The overriding goal of organization is promotion of environmentally sustainable and nature friendly development of Klaipeda City and the Lithuanian Coastal Region. These include environmental education courses, conferences and workshops on …

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Zveza za tehnicno kulturo slovenije ZOTKS

Priorities of work: >..agriculture, pesticides>..air quality, air pollution>..animal protection, wildlife>..biodiversity>..economic instruments>..environmental education>..environmental impact assessment>..nature protection>..public participationActivities: >..cleaning actions, camps>..conferences, meetings>..education>..information dissemination>..public meetings>..publishing>..research>..training

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