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A selection of renewable energy or environmental events that bring awareness to Australian or global issues.

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  • Community Energy Congress Communities from all across Australia are coming together to pursue genuine sustainability opportunities, and the Community Energy Congress to be held this June in Canberra is testament to this growing movement. In recent years, it has been acknowledged that it is communities who are leading the way in creating sustainable energy enterprises. These enterprises increase local energy ...
  • World Environment Day helps support island nations World Environment Day is the United Nations’ principal event for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the environment. This year’s World Environment Day on June 5 will also support 2014 as the International Year of Small Island Developing States (SIDS), in the broader context of action on climate change. The World Environment Day is also known as ...
  • World Oceans Day It is something that should be celebrated each and every day of the year for obvious reasons, but World Ocean Day is celebrated primarily on June 8th each year. World Oceans Day is the official UN-designated international day of ocean celebration. Each year World Oceans Day has a theme and this year the theme is “Together ...
  • Solar 2014 Conference ready to shine Solar 2014 is free to attend and will showcase the solar, energy efficiency and sustainable building industries. The 52nd annual Australian Solar Council conference will be held on May 8-9, 2014 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. Solar 2014 is a world-class conference with streams focused on industry and policy, science and research, and solar installer ...
  • International Composting Awareness Week 2014 The International Composting Awareness Week (ICAW) to be held Monday 5 to Sunday 11 May 2014 across Australia aims to get the message to start composting and help our environment. Australians are the third highest waste producers in the world, after Americans and Canadians. We now throw away 4 million tonnes of food every year – ...
  • The Battle of Bentley Blockade: The Art of the Political Landscape The anti CSG movement has taken a massive and significant quantum leap in the last few weeks with the emergence of the Bentley blockade. Both the social canvas and the political landscape is being radically re-invented on a scale unseen in the history of the environmental movement in Australia. What began about a month ago with ...
  • National Day of Divestment Action puts banks on notice The National Day of Divestment Action is a chance for people to let the major banks know they don’t want them to support the fossil fuel industry. On May 2, 2014 environmental groups including 350 Australia and Market Forces are asking people to take their money out of the big four Australian banks as a protest ...
  • Beyond Blue Roadshow New data released by Roy Morgan shows that more than one in five Australians now report experiencing depression, anxiety or both in the past year, with this rate gradually increasing over the past 18 months. Despite this rise, and a recent growth in treatment rates, latest data suggests more than half of people with a mental ...
  • Local Harvest – Take the Challenge This is a challenge where everybody wins. Local Harvest is challenging you to take on the goal of intentionally reclaiming your food choices and decreasing the degrees of separation between our food and us. You can do this by taking on the bite-sized challenge, the meal-sized challenge and feast-sized challenge, to locally, supporting local and organic ...
  • Easter Earthship Workshops Earthship Ironbark is part of Earthship Australia, which in turn is an offshoot of Earthship Biotecture a company that builds self-sufficient, sustainable homes. You can find out the full details of Earthship here. Earthship Ironbark, located just 3o minutes from Adelaide, is the first bed and breakfast Earthship in Australia and is the first Australian Earthship ...
  • World Water Day World Water Day is held every year on March 22nd. This year the theme relates to both water and energy. Water and energy are closely interlinked and interdependent. Energy generation and transmission requires utilization of water resources, particularly for hydroelectric, nuclear, and thermal energy sources. The UN is working with its relevant stakeholders to bring attention ...
  • Green Cities 2014 to be held March 18-19, Melbourne Green Cities 2014 is Australia’s premier built environment sustainability event and the ultimate forum for discussion, demonstration and debate on how to go beyond the boundaries, market challenges and the green wash. Established in 2002, the Green Building Council of Australia is the authority on green buildings and sustainable communities in Australia. The Green Cities 2014 ...
  • Celebrate Seaweek 2014 Seaweek is the Marine Education Society of Australasia’s (MESA) major annual education campaign to increase understanding and appreciation of the ocean and its living organisms. This year, Seaweek will be held from the 1–9 March 2014, with the theme being ‘Sustainable Seas’. Aquaculture is the most rapidly expanding food industry in the world. Aquaculture, in common with all ...
  • Clean Up Australia 2014, Sunday March 2, 2014 We have been writing up, spruiking, promoting and loving Clean Up Australia Day here at Eco Citizen Australia since we first began publishing three years ago. Why? Well it was one of the most popular, grass roots, sensible hands-on approaches that embodies, Think Globally, Act locally. This year’s Clean Up Australia Day is Sunday 2nd March 2014 ...
  • Earth Hour 2014 Earth Hour 2014 is taking place on the 29th March. You may be familiar with Earth Hour, which started in Sydney in 2007 with the simple idea of switching off the lights for one-hour. Now the initiative has spread to more than 6,950 cities and towns in 152 countries and territories around the world. This year ...
  • Byron Bay Film Festival 2014 After 12 months of scouring the globe for eye-opening, invigorating and cutting-edge films, the 8th Byron Bay International Film Festival (BBFF 2014) is once again preparing for thousands of film lovers, directors, producers, actors and other creative spirits from around the world to descend upon Byron Bay for the 10 day celebration of film from ...
  • Keeping up with The New Joneses In Australia each year nearly 20 million tonnes of waste goes into landfill; food, clothes, accessories and electronics we never use but manage to spend over $10 billion on, as a nation, every year. The New Joneses is a new project that pushes the boundaries of society’s expectation on what is expected of us in our superficial consumer driven ...
  • Natural Capital and Supply Chain Sustainability As part of the Sustainability Leadership Series, The United Nations Associations of Australia (Victoria Division) is hosting a seminar on Natural Capital and Supply Chain Sustainability: Measuring and Managing Environmental Impacts and Risks on Thursday 13th February in Melbourne in partnership with National Australia Bank. The seminar will focus on the move towards a green economy ...
  • Febfast – A pause for the better With the silly season now behind us I am sure many of you just like me aren’t really enjoying the view they see when they look behind either. With the festive season comes many reasons to celebrate with plenty of food and alcohol. So why not take the 28 days of February off alcohol not ...
  • Melbourne hosts Australia’s leading Sustainable Living Festival Melbourne’s Sustainable Living Festival is on a growth trajectory and will take its message of unity, cooperation and the possibility of a better world to multiple locations across Victoria over February 8-23, 2014. Last year the Sustainable Living Festival attracted over 200,000 visits, involved 300-plus community volunteers, showcased over 150 exhibitors and presented more than 350 ...
  • Ecobound at Southbound Festival Southbound Festival is an arts, camping and music festival held in January each year at Sir Stewart Bovell Park in Busselton, Western Australia.  Southbound returns in 2014 with a stellar line up of both national and international acts including Asta, Cat Empire, Emma Louise, Flight Facilities, London Grammar, MGMT, The Roots, The Rubens and Solange ...
  • Love Your Sister He’s got that husky voice that we can all recognize, charming smile and acting skills that came to prominence on a national level by the age of 21 with his role in Channel Ten’s hit show The Secret Life of Us. Samuel Johnson was everywhere and was one of the rising stars of the Australian ...
  • Human Rights Day 2013 Every year on December 10th is International Human Rights Day. This day celebrates the anniversary of the presentation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This year the theme is 20 years: Working for your rights as 2013 marks the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the mandate of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. The ...
  • Here’s to the future; A 202020 Vision What man made environments take away from us, nature gives back. Study after study has proven the positive effects that nature has on our mental health, attention span, energy levels, relaxation levels and overall well being. Psychologists call it ‘Attention Restoration Theory’. Dating back over 100 years ago psychologist William James explained that human attention ...
  • World Fisheries Day celebrates the importance of seafood World Fisheries Day 2013 on November 21 highlights the importance of fishing and the health of the oceans, and is celebrated by fishing communities across the world through rallies, demonstrations and cultural programs. A recent United Nations study reported that more than two-thirds of the world’s fisheries have been over fished or are fully harvested and ...
  • The Green Interiors Award 2013 /14 The Green Interiors Awards 2013/14  will shine a light on the best of green interior products for homes, offices, shops, educational facilities, hotels, restaurants and bars. While there has been plenty of focus on eco architecture, much of the advances on interiors has been unnoticed and uncelebrated until recently. The Awards were created in 2012 by ...
  • Sydney Intercultural Film Festival Sydney’s famous Belmore Park will turn into a massive Cinema from the 13th-17th of November as part of the inaugural Sydney Intercultural Film Festival. Intercultural means relationship and exchange between different cultures. The Sydney Intercultural Film Festival celebrates multiculturalism through international films, music and cultural performances, workshops, seminars, market stalls and international film talent. Over ...
  • Australian Energy Storage Conference will help maximise the value of energy Australia’s first event dedicated to on and off-grid energy storage, the Australian Energy Storage Conference and Exhibition, will be held in Melbourne next year. The Australian Solar Council is helping to organise the inaugural Australian Energy Storage Conference to be held over May 8-9, 2014, at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. The event will focus on ...
  • The third annual Garage Sale Trail Are you fond of Garage sales? Do you find someone else’s trash as you treasure to be true? Is it one of those things you look forward to on a Saturday morning? Or perhaps you are the one that hosts the Garage Sale? Another option you may be considering is collaborating all your friends and ...
  • Transitions Film Festival to show in Alice Springs and Adelaide The Transitions Film Festival is Australia’s largest solutions-focused sustainability film festival and it’s traveling to Alice Springs and Adelaide. The festival hopes to share and inspire the change needed to create true social and environmental sustainability. The festival showcases powerful, inspiring and ground-breaking films from around the world. It covers topics such as renewable energy, organics, permaculture, ...
  • National Recycling Week November 11-17, 2013 We should all be recycling as a way of life. And if you don’t recycle regularly, here are some reasons to help convince you why you should . Recycling reduces landfill, it preserves our resources and saves our wildlife. Recycling also benefits the economy. By recycling and purchasing recycled products it stimulates the economy and it helps ...
  • Ride2Work Day October 16, 2013 In the 12 months ending on the June 1, 2012 the Australian Bureau of Statistics recorded that there were approximately 16.6 million registered cars in Australia. The estimation of kilometers travelled by all these cars put together was 232.453 million. The state with the most kilometres for this year was Queensland with almost 15,000 km’s ...
  • Fitness Show 2013 promises total workout Bodybuilding , cross training, boxing and  martial arts competitions, as well as nutritional advice and the latest insights from industry leaders are just some of the experiences on offer at Perth’s Fitness Show 2013 this October. The Fitness Show 2013 will be held over the weekend of October 5-6, 2013 at the Perth Convention and Exhibition ...
  • NSW’s most sustainable projects vie for Green Globe Awards The winners of the New South Wales government’s 2013 Green Globe Awards will be announced next week at a ceremony held at Parliament House. The Green Globe Awards recognise environmental excellence, leadership and innovation in NSW. The 37 finalists from 14 categories have been announced ahead of a winner’s ceremony on September 24, 2013. Robyn Parker, NSW ...
  • The Australian Sustainability Conference – people, planet, profits The Australian Sustainability Conference 2013 will bring together practitioners to explore ideas to create and develop effective sustainable business strategies. The conference is aimed at industry and business looking to harness the real value of sustainable practice, and understand more of the ‘how’ instead of the ‘why’. The Australian Sustainability Conference and Exhibition 2013 will be held ...
  • Take a stroll through someone else’s home for Sustainable House Day It seems as though there is ‘A Day’ for every day of the year. Just for the month of September there is Wattle Day, Gold Bow Day, Father’s Day, Big Red Kidney Walk, National Flag Day, National Health and PE Day, R U OK DAY?, International Democracy Day and many more. But have you ever ...
  • Australian Garden Show dishes up bugs and bush food The bug eating entomologist “butterfly” Skye Blackburn is joining chef Kylie Kwong to present a grub cooking demonstration at the Australian Garden Show in Sydney. Edible Australian insects include bush cockroaches, green tree ants, sugarbag honey bees, termites and witjuti grubs, but they are all very hard to source, according to Kwong. For the demonstration locally bred house crickets ...
  • World Solar Challenge Returns to Darwin Have you ever driven from Darwin to Adelaide? Have you ever driven 3000 km’s in a solar electric vehicle? Well if you have you would know that the drive from Darwin to Adelaide usually takes 2 full days in a normal car. By solar electric vehicle in the World Solar Challenge it will take 4 ...
  • Ecotourism conference will focus on 21st century megatrends A leading annual ecotourism conference set to attract hundreds of delegates from around the world will be hosted by Noosa over November 18-20. The 21st Global Eco Asia-Pacific Tourism Conference brings together leading players from across the globe to examine best practices in sustainable tourism, tourism in protected and heritage areas and ecotourism. The conference will ...
  • Sustainable Design Principles Event Sustainable Design Principles Event (SDPE) is an annual event aimed at engaging and educating the design and construction industry on sustainable design and products. This design event is an evening that will see some 150 to 200 of Australia’s best designers, architects and industry professionals in an engaged audience learning, mingling and discussing ideas and ...
  • An eco moron Tom Doig at the Byron Bay Writers Festival Tom Doig a self described writer, performer, producer and moron. I would go on to add eco warrior, environmental enthusiast and really good bike rider. Aware of his carbon footprint and on notification of his appearance at the 2013 Byron Bay Writers Festival (from 2nd to 4th August) he has decided to make the arduous ...
  • National Tree Day 2013: ready, set, plant! Over 1 million trees were planted across Australia last year and Planet Ark wants to do even better later this week for National Tree Day 2013. Schools Tree Day is on Friday, July 26, while the major event National Tree Day 2013 is on this Sunday July 28. National Tree Day aims to inspire, educate and recruit ...
  • The Ethical Enterprise Award 2013 celebrates good business The achievements of socially-minded enterprises are being celebrated and rewarded by the inaugural Ethical Enterprise Award 2013 which is now open to candidates. The Award recognises the most inspirational ethical enterprise in Australia. This is a business or organisation making positive social and economic impact in a community through innovative ethical trade practices. Any business, community groups, ...
  • Boomerang Festival – A new Indigenous cultural festival in Byron Bay Boomerang Festival is a new Indigenous festival featuring the very best the Indigenous Australian community has to offer on 4 different stages in the theme of music, culture, theatre, film, visual arts, comedy, dance and emerging artists. The Boomerang Festival will also feature a selection of cultural exchanges and thought provoking conversations with workshops on ...
  • Permaculture course in ‘sustainable paradise’ A “living learnscape” in northern New South Wales Djanbung Gardens, is continuing its focus on education by hosting a comprehensive permaculture course focusing on design next month. Permaculture can be broadly defined as an ecological design system that utilises self-reinforcing systems to support the earth so it can support humans. Djanbung Garden’s introduction to permaculture principles and ...
  • Winners Pop Up at The Big Shift Design Competition 2013 Hopeful finalists flew in from all over the country for The Big Shift Design Competition’s glittering prize-giving presentation on May 30, 2013 at designEX, Melbourne’s premier design and architecture event. Founded by sustainability ambassador, interior designer and writer Emine Mehmet, The Big Shift Design Competition encourages and awards creativity and innovation in the design of interiors using ...
  • All-Energy Australia – Clean energy exhibition and conference All-energy Australia exhibition and conference is Australia’s annual clean energy conference. In 2012 All-energy Australia attracted over 4,500 visitors with over 270 exhibitors from 15 different countries making it the worlds largest single meeting point for the clean energy sector. In October 2013 the All-energy Australia exhibition and conference is looking to follow suit with two ...
  • TEK Heads to Byron Bay Arts and Technology Festival The Electronic Konvergence (TEK) is a 10-day digital arts and technology festival spectacular. The event hits venues across the Northern Rivers from June 14-23 , 2013. A window into the creative possibilities of the digital age, TEK brings together Aussie and international artists for a conference, workshops and showcases events designed to inspire and enlighten both the ...
  • Blue King Brown – Onwards and Upwards Charismatic Australian roots band Blue King Brown, headed by Natalie Pa’apa’a and Carlo Santone, are recruiting two new members to their line up. However, unlike many other bands, the prerequisites for audition are not just someone who can sing, but someone who shares the band’s ideals in the fight for global justice. Striving to make a ...
  • Clean Energy Week 2013 Interested in the latest news on innovation in Australia’s renewable energy and energy efficient industries? Then perhaps you should head to Clean Energy Week 2013, Australia’s largest renewable energy event, held in Brisbane from the 24th – 26th of July. The event will be hosted by the Clean Energy Council, Australia’s peak industry body, and talks ...
  • Sustainability Leadership Seminar On Water Under the banner of Sustainability Leadership, The United Nations Association of Australia 
is presenting 
a seminar on Corporate Water Valuation: 
Accounting for Risks and Impacts, Valuing Ecosystem Services. The seminar is to be presented in Melbourne on Monday, April 29, 2013. The United Nations is a well-recognised organisation in every country. But as such a huge organization, it ...
  • Australian Ethical Community Grants Program Australian Ethical Investment (AEI) is a fund manager that invests solely in sustainable and socially responsible companies. In its latest altruistic endeavour, AEI has launched its Community Grants program, where over $100,000 will be made available to Australian not-for-profit organisations and community projects. Opening on April 1st 2013 and continuing for three months, “Australian Ethical invites ...
  • Sustainable Living Stage | HIA Sydney Home Show If you’re looking at fitting out your home, why not invest in ‘greener’ items that are better for both you and the environment? Although what does ‘being green’ mean, and how should one go about it? Such questions can be answered at the HIA Sydney Home Show & Build Green Expo from the 16 – ...
  • Future Living | DesignBuild 2013 Interested in sustainable products and solutions for the building industry? Then perhaps you should venture to Future Living by Cameron Rosen, an interactive showcase displaying the latest ideas and concepts in sustainable building. Held at the DesignBUILD 2013 expo at the Darling Harbour Convention Centre in Sydney, the event, which is the creation of Australian ...
  • Make it Wood – Do Your World Some Good In its latest approach to tackling climate change, renown environmental outfit Planet Ark has launched its Make it Wood – Do Your World Some Good campaign. The campaign, which encourages the use of responsibly sourced wood for building, emphasises the carbon storage and renewable capacity of wood as a material. Indeed, wood is a uniquely gifted ...
  • The Big Shift Design Competition Interior designers looking for a challenge, some extra cash, and the chance to have their work built by Lend Lease or displayed at designEx, Melbourne’s premier design and architecture event, take note: The Big Shift Design Competition is here. Created by sustainability ambassador, interior designer and writer Emine Mehmet, the competition is open until Tuesday 30th ...
  • Green Cities 2013, March 6-7 Sydney Green Cities 2013 is Australia’s leading environment and expo, bring together the experts and innovators to share new tactics, strategies and tools. With a broad aim to build a sustainable future Green Cities 2013 is co-hosted by the Green Building Council of Australia and Property Council of Australia. The event to be held March 6-7 at ...
  • UNAA Sustainability Leadership Seminar on Preventing Corruption While it’s no secret corruption has plagued businesses since time immemorial, there appears to be a slow and gradual trend toward greater transparency in global and national economic transactions (the advent of global communication is facilitating this transparency). Now before you get too cynical, big businesses, however insincere you think they may come across, are ...
  • World Wetlands Day World Wetlands Day is occurring on the 2nd February 2013. The day was first celebrated in 1997 and marks the anniversary of the signing of the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance in Iran on 2nd February 1971. The idea of the day is to raise public awareness of wetland values and promote the importance of ...
  • International Volunteer Day 2012 Held on December 5th, International Volunteer Day 2012 aims to heighten both individual and government awareness of voluntary contributions. It also gets people to actively engage in becoming a volunteer for a variety of causes. Adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 1985, International Volunteer Day has received contributions over the years by both individuals ...
  • National Recycling Week 2012 Organised by Planet Ark, National Recycling Week 2012 promotes the importance of reducing, reusing and recycling between Monday 12th and Sunday the 18th of November. Now in its 16th year, the program aims to bring a national focus to recycling and managing material resources. Its focus is also on improving the environmental benefits of industrial and ...
  • National Ride to Work Day 2012 The National Ride to Work Day 2012, or Ride2Work Day as it is otherwise know, takes place on the 17th of October 2012 and encourages thousands of Australians that are thinking of commuting by bicycle to give it a try. The event appears to be working as each year an increasing number of people make the ...
  • National Threatened Species Day 2012 Held on the 7th of September, National Threatened Species Day 2012 commemorates the death of the last Tasmanian Tiger, which was was held in Hobart Zoo in 1936. The day was conceptualised in 1996 by the Threatened Species Network, a community based program of the World Wide Fund for Nature and the Commonwealth Government’s Natural Heritage ...
  • Keep Australia Beautiful Week 2012 Running from August 20th to August 27th, Keep Australia Beautiful Week 2012 aims to remind people about the simple things they can do in their daily lives to reduce the impact on the environment and encourage action. During Keep Australia Beautiful Week 2012, issues relating to keeping Australia beautiful will be highlighted in the media and ...
  • National Tree Day 2012 For a chance to do something positive for the environment while reconnecting with nature, National Tree Day 2012 provides the perfect opportunity. Commencing on Sunday the 29th of July, the event encourages all Australians to plant and care for native trees and shrubs in a bid to improve the environment. Coordinated by Planet Ark and sponsored ...
  • World Environment Day 2012 The World Environment Day is happening on the 5th June 2012. The theme of this year’s world environment day is Green Economy:Does it include you? The UN Environment Programme defines the Green Economy as one that results in improved human well-being and social equity, while significantly reducing environmental risks and ecological scarcities. In its simplest expression, ...
  • Clean Up Australia Day – 4/3/2012 Clean Up Australia Day inspires and empowers communities to clean up, fix up and conserve our environment. Every year Australia wide, hundreds of thousands of Australians get stuck in and Clean Up their local environment by collecting and removing rubbish. In 2011 an estimated 565,510 volunteers cleaned up 16,454 tonnes at 7,479 sites right across Australia. Find out ...
  • World Wetlands Day – 2/2/2012 World Wetlands Day is celebrated internationally each year on 2 February. It marks the anniversary of the signing of the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance (Ramsar Convention) in Ramsar, Iran, on 2 February 1971. The international theme for World Wetlands Day 2012 is Wetlands and Tourism. Responsible tourism supports wetlands and people. Many tourism destinations are ...
  • International Volunteer Day – 5/12/11 Have something you can give back to the community? Have some skills, knowledge or services to share? Then International Volunteer Day is your chance to give back  and feel better for your contribution! International Volunteer Day (IVD) was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 1985. IVD is now celebrated worldwide with thousands of volunteers ...
  • National Recycling Week 7 – 13/11/2011 Join in the National Recycling Week to reduce, reuse and recycle. As Australians we produce a lot of waste. Educate yourself on improving what you recycle and join in the movement! More Information Here
  • National Ride To Work Day – 12/10/2011 Instead of driving, catching the bus or train – walk to work on the 12th October! 36 188 people registered to ride to work in 2010 – lets see if we can beat that this year! Some of the benfits of wriding to work includes; saving money and time, getting fit, staying healthy and being ...
  • National Threatened Species Day – 7/9/11 The National Threatened Species Day commemorates the death of the last Tasmanian tiger at Hobart Zoo in 1936. It reminds us to be aware of our threatened native species. The impacts of land development, introduced plants and animals, grazing, salinity, changed fire regimes, pollution, and a changing climate all place additional pressure on our threatened species ...
  • Keep Australia Beautiful Week 22 – 28/8/11 Keep Australia Beautiful Week 2010 runs from Monday 23rd – Sunday 29th August. This year’s focus is on increasing recycling in public places to help reduce landfill waste and enable the reuse of valuable resources. Whilst around 90% of households have access to kerbside recycling and 99% of people say they are participating in some ...
  • National Tree Day – 31/7/11 Last year over 312 000 people at 3 500 sites planted trees. National Tree Day shows children how easy and fun it is to help our environment. National Tree Day is not just about tree planting. You can register a number of other activities such as follow-up maintenance at your planting site, bush regeneration and ...
  • World Environment Day – 5/6/11 There are many things you can do to support the World Environment Day. Walk to work, plant a tree, stop using plastic bags, organise a community cleanup, eductae someone – the possibilities are endless! The United Nations of Australia promotes the World Environment Day through its World Environment Day Awards program. The World Environment Day celebration ...
  • World Turtle Day – 23/5/11 Turtles are an iconic part of our Australian Marine Life. World Turtle Day was initiated in 2000 by the American Tortoise Rescue, a turtle and tortoise rescue organization founded in 1990 in Malibu, California. The group brings attention to turtle conservation issues and highlights ways each of us can help protect these gentle but jeopardized ...

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