Please vote and share…. It would mean so much and can help change the lives of thousands of kids and the planet too. Last year Green Kids won the Envirokidz Giving back award. This year they need all the help we can give to win the $20,000 again…. Who Pays The Bills on this Contest? Founded by Arran and Ratana Stephens in 1985, Nature’s Path Organic Foods® was formed because of their passion for creating healthy, delicious, organic breakfast food. It’s Nature’s Path’s reason for being, which explains why it is the number one organic cereal manufacturer in North America. Best of all, as a successful, independent, family-owned business, Nature’s Path has the freedom to choose how to best serve its consumers, employees and the planet, instead of its shareholders.
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Revised Brazilian Forest Code good for environmental criminals, bad for forests Brazil’s Congress passed legislation recently that strips the Amazon and other key regions of critical environmental protections, and grants amnesty to individuals accused of past illegal deforestation. Brazil’s Congress passed legislation late last night that strips the Amazon and other key regions of critical environmental protections, and grants amnesty to individuals accused of past illegal deforestation. Posted on 26 April 2012 Gland, Switzerland – Brazil’s Congress passed legislation late last night that strips the Amazon and other key regions of critical environmental protections, and grants amnesty to individuals accused of past illegal deforestation.
The Foundation’s mission is to enhance the quality of life for the greater Minneapolis community by visioning, investing in, and advocating for the Minneapolis park system and other open green spaces. Our civic leaders 125 years ago had the opportunity and foresight to create the park system we have today. As those who came before us, we, too, must take advantage of an historic moment and plan for future generations with the Next Generation of Parks. “These two intensive days of briefings and presentations represent the apex of a six-month collaborative effort to transform a brilliant-but-conceptual design for city-building into a visionary blueprint that will guide the near- and long-term future of Upper Riverfront parks development,” says Mary deLaittre, Project Manager for the MR|DI, who notes that an exhaustive list of participating individuals and organizations will be recognized and thanked in the draft report. “But our preparation and presentation of the draft report is by no means the culmination of this project, which began long before the MR|DI and includes the work of so many. Following public comments on the draft report, Park Board planning department staff will set the pace when they present recommendations to Park Board Commissioners later this fall.”