Bicycology is a UK -based collective that was formed after the 2005 London to Scotland G8 Bike Ride. [1] It is a non-hierarchical non-profit organization that aims to promote cycling as part of a broader focus on social and environmental sustainability . Bicycology has received funding from Project Earth Artists [2] [3] and is a member organization of the World Carfree Network . [4]

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Aythos, Inc. (formerly known as Project Helambu USA, Inc.) is a US based economic development nonprofit working in Nepal Offering project funding and community training programs in agriculture. [1] Aythos focuses on environmentally sustainable projects while incorporating women and girls empowerment into development plans. Past projects have been located in the Sindhulpalchok District of Nepal in the Helambu region.

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The Australia Institute

The Australian Institute is an Australian think tank conducting public policy research, funded by grants from philanthropic trusts, memberships and commissioned research. The institute began in 1994 in order to build and commission research and policy analysis on public debates and political and social issues and trends. The institute is based in Canberra , Australian Capital Territory . When it was founded the institute used a sprig …

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NegaWatt Association

NegaWatt Power Association , Is a French advocacy group. It was founded in 2001 to promote the NegaWatt concept and its application to French society. The association seeks to reduce the use and consumption of fossil fuels and nuclear power . [1] [2] Its approach is based on energy conservation , energy efficiency and the use of renewable energies . It published a scenario that details a path to phasing out these energy sources.

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Association for Environment Conscious Building

The Association for Environment Conscious Building (AECB) is the leading network for sustainable building professionals in the United Kingdom . Membership of the AECB includes local authorities , housing associations , builders , architects , designers , consultants and manufacturers . The association was founded in 1989 to increase awareness of the need to respect, protect, preserve and enhance the environment and promote sustainable development.

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Associação Comunitária Monte Azul

The Associação Comunitária Monte Azul (ACOMA) is a Brazilian NGO that is active in three Favelas in the southern part of São Paulo , M’Boi Mirim / Campo Limpo. The organization was founded in 1979 by the German Waldorf teacher Ute Craemer together with the residents of the Favela Monte Azul. In the 1980s the work spread to the Favela Peinha nearby and to Horizonte Azul on the southern …

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