Conserve Online

At the Nature Conservancy's new interactive sight (http://conserveonline.org/), interested parties can publish their conservation work, check out an extensive library, and join or create specific workspaces.

One can peruse conservation efforts locally, across the US, and internationally. From their "About" page:

ConserveOnline is a "one-stop" online, public library, created and maintained by The Nature Conservancy in partnership with other conservation organizations. The library makes conservation tools, techniques, and experience available to a broad community of conservation practitioners. This site is intended to foster learning and collaboration, and provide information and support to anyone making conservation-related decisions, from the staff of conservation organizations to land managers at government agencies to local land trusts to private landowners. Through discussion groups and information sharing, ConserveOnline is an open forum for sharing successes and failures, and for connecting scientific research with field-based conservation practice.

1 comment:

  1. wether we like it or not, fuel prices will keep on rising. so many factors pointed out which contributes to the crises. the main reason is simply the law of supply and demand.

    the major oil players like OPEC are very smart that they are able to control the supply to make an artificial demand.

    the best we can do is to conserve fuel by using less or none at all. stay away from those luxury cars..

    Hybrid SUV and
    Renewable Fuel Source