Sacred Land Film Project 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA94704 This Earth Island Institute project creates media and educational materials about the sacred places of the world now…More threatened by environmental degradation. They want to educate the public not only on the perils of environmental destruction but also on the threats to indigenous culture such destruction represents.
Center for Safe Energy 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA94704 Just as the U.S.S.R. was crumbling, the Center for Safe Energy, an outgrowth of Earth Island Institute, stepped in to…More assist in foregoing nuclear energy and the use of fossil fuels and to encourage the use of sustainable energy sources. It trains and helps foster independent grassroots organizations and cultural exchanges in the former Soviet Republics and encourages American specialists to donate time and resources to ensure a safer energy future for this often unstable area.
International Marine Mammal Project 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA94704 The International Marine Mammal Project of the Earth Island Institute seeks to protect oceans for the mammals that…More inhabit it such as dolphins and whales. In pursuit of this goal, the program advocates sustainable fishing practices and fights against drift nets and commercial whaling. Visit the website to view links to the latest news on this front and to learn about how to get involved.
Mongolia has a fragile ecosystem, a growing environmental crisis and few resources to deal with its ecological…More problems. That's why Mongol Environmental Conservation, a project of Earth Island Institute, was created.</p>
<p>It brings together governments, researchers, NGOs and citizens to work on improving the state of the land while preserving the unique heritage of the Mongolian people. It provides financial and technical assistance, conducts leadership training, offers educational programs and organizes expeditions to the area in support of the cause. </p>