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|Roots & Shoots||Our mission is to empower young people to affect positive change in their communities. You can help build a better tomorrow. It starts right here. Right now.||Jane Goodall||1991||Roots & Shoots|
|Mission Blue||Mission Blue inspires action to explore and protect the ocean.||Sylvia Earle||2009||Mission Blue|
|Society of Woman Geographers||These recognized explorers wanted to bring together women who shared ambitions and interests in exploration and achievement, exchange knowledge derived from field work, and encourage women pursuing geographical exploration and research. In naming their organization the Society of Woman Geographers, the founders intended the word "geographer" in its broadest sense.||Gertrude Emerson Sen, Marguerite Harrison, Blair Niles & Gertrude Mathews Shelby||1925||Society of Woman Geographers|
|The Green Belt Movement||We strive for better environmental management, community empowerment, and livelihood improvement using tree-planting as an entry point.||Wangari Maathai||1977||GBM|
|WEDO||As a global women’s advocacy organization, WEDO envisions a just world that promotes and protects human rights, gender equality and the integrity of the environment.||Bella Abzug & Mim Kelber||1991||WEDO|
|Women's Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN) International||The Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN) International was created to accelerate a global women's movement for the protection and defense of the Earth’s diverse ecosystems and communities. We focus on short-term and long-term systemic change and solutions to address the climate crisis and the root causes of environmental degradation and socio-economic inequalities.||Osprey Orielle Lake||2013||WECAN|
|The Gabby Wild Foundation, Inc.||To implement veterinary medicine, conservation methodologies, and educational campaigns in protection of the world’s most endangered animals. We bring a paradigm shift: Even Mother Nature has a Doctor.||Dr. Gabby Wild||2011||Gabby Wild|