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January Spotlight: World Animal Protection Canada

January Spotlight: World Animal Protection Canada

January Charity Spotlight: World Animal Protection Canada World Animal Protection Canada is our charity spotlight for January. This is one of the many charities Contacts For less supports through your donations. You can donate through the drop down menu in your order, or donate directly here. Share, pin and spread this infographic to educate your friends.

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world animal protection whaling

No Place For Whaling In Our Oceans

After a lengthy four year court battle, Australia achieved victory against Japan’s controversial whaling program in March 2014. This court decision sent a clear message to other governments around the world that the exploitation of animals would no longer be accepted nor tolerated. However, this past November, the whole animal protection community was struck in awe when Japan announced they were continuing their Antarctic whaling come this summer. Japan’s Whaling Program Called Jarpa II, Japan’s

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September Monthly Report

The Monthly Report – September, 2015

Monthly Report – What is the Monthly Report? Each month of the year, we will be publishing what we call our “Monthly Report.” In this video series, we will be talking about some of the various issues that we support through the non-profit organizations listed on our website that our amazing customers can choose to donate to. We will also talk about the top 5 non-profit organization that our amazing customers have been supporting. In

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great green wall of china

Great Green Wall Keeps China’s Deserts at Bay

You’ve probably heard of the Great Wall of China, but have you heard about China’s Great Green Wall? Unlike the Great Wall of China, a 5000-mile fortification that separates northern China from the Mongolian steppe, the Great Green Wall of China is the biggest tree planting reforestation project in the planet. This massive 4500 kilometer-long belt of trees was planned to hold back the quickly expanding Gobi desert. The Great Green Wall is the largest

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Why Should Companies Employ Social Responsibility to Help the Planet?

Social Responsibility Matters! What’s that you say? 51% of profits! You heard that right! We at ContactsforLess.ca celebrate Earth Day everyday. We donate 51% of our entire profits to the non-profit organization of your choice. And we do this with the future health of our beloved big blue in mind. Future generations: we’ve got your back. It is a no-brainer that being socially responsible, that is giving back to the planet our fair share, is

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Under the Dome of Pollution

The documentary-style film produced by a Chinese investigative journalist and environmental activist, Chai Jing, has been viewed over 300 million times since its release last Saturday. Being hailed as the Chinese “An Inconvenient Truth,” the film has been an eye-opener for the Chinese public regarding the real environmental cost of China’s economic boom. In the 104-minute film, Chai offers a look at the real environmental cost that China’s 30 years of breakneck economic development has

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Nasa Soil Moisture Map

NASA Study Predicts Mega Drought in the Later Half of 21st Century

NASA: Mega Droughts in Southwest and Central U.S.A. In the last few years, U.S Southwest and Central Plains have faced severe droughts that have caused reduced yearly rainfall and increased temperatures across these regions. For the past three millennia, this region of the United States has been affected by several major droughts, some that have even lasted up to 30 years. Past studies modeling drought variability and dynamics have only focused in using data from

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don't buy roses this valentine's day

Roses for Valentine’s Day: Don’t Buy Them

Why You Should Not Buy Roses For Valentine’s Day This Valentine’s Day, 9.8 million dozen roses will be imported into Canada from Columbia & Ecuador, according to StatCan. These two Latin American countries are the world leaders in the flower industry, including the production of roses for Valentine’s Day. However and perhaps more interestingly, these two countries, and their flower industries in particular, have a horrifying record of hiring children and exploiting workers with poor

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January Spotlight: World Animal Protection Canada

January Spotlight: World Animal Protection Canada

January Charity Spotlight: World Animal Protection Canada World Animal Protection Canada is our charity spotlight for January. This is one of the many charities Contacts For less supports through your donations. You can donate through the drop down menu in your order, or donate directly here. Share, pin and spread this infographic to educate your friends.

Read More »
world animal protection whaling

No Place For Whaling In Our Oceans

After a lengthy four year court battle, Australia achieved victory against Japan’s controversial whaling program in March 2014. This court decision sent a clear message to other governments around the world that the exploitation of animals would no longer be accepted nor tolerated. However, this past November, the whole animal protection community was struck in awe when Japan announced they were continuing their Antarctic whaling come this summer. Japan’s Whaling Program Called Jarpa II, Japan’s

Read More »
September Monthly Report

The Monthly Report – September, 2015

Monthly Report – What is the Monthly Report? Each month of the year, we will be publishing what we call our “Monthly Report.” In this video series, we will be talking about some of the various issues that we support through the non-profit organizations listed on our website that our amazing customers can choose to donate to. We will also talk about the top 5 non-profit organization that our amazing customers have been supporting. In

Read More »
great green wall of china

Great Green Wall Keeps China’s Deserts at Bay

You’ve probably heard of the Great Wall of China, but have you heard about China’s Great Green Wall? Unlike the Great Wall of China, a 5000-mile fortification that separates northern China from the Mongolian steppe, the Great Green Wall of China is the biggest tree planting reforestation project in the planet. This massive 4500 kilometer-long belt of trees was planned to hold back the quickly expanding Gobi desert. The Great Green Wall is the largest

Read More »

Why Should Companies Employ Social Responsibility to Help the Planet?

Social Responsibility Matters! What’s that you say? 51% of profits! You heard that right! We at ContactsforLess.ca celebrate Earth Day everyday. We donate 51% of our entire profits to the non-profit organization of your choice. And we do this with the future health of our beloved big blue in mind. Future generations: we’ve got your back. It is a no-brainer that being socially responsible, that is giving back to the planet our fair share, is

Read More »

Under the Dome of Pollution

The documentary-style film produced by a Chinese investigative journalist and environmental activist, Chai Jing, has been viewed over 300 million times since its release last Saturday. Being hailed as the Chinese “An Inconvenient Truth,” the film has been an eye-opener for the Chinese public regarding the real environmental cost of China’s economic boom. In the 104-minute film, Chai offers a look at the real environmental cost that China’s 30 years of breakneck economic development has

Read More »
Nasa Soil Moisture Map

NASA Study Predicts Mega Drought in the Later Half of 21st Century

NASA: Mega Droughts in Southwest and Central U.S.A. In the last few years, U.S Southwest and Central Plains have faced severe droughts that have caused reduced yearly rainfall and increased temperatures across these regions. For the past three millennia, this region of the United States has been affected by several major droughts, some that have even lasted up to 30 years. Past studies modeling drought variability and dynamics have only focused in using data from

Read More »
don't buy roses this valentine's day

Roses for Valentine’s Day: Don’t Buy Them

Why You Should Not Buy Roses For Valentine’s Day This Valentine’s Day, 9.8 million dozen roses will be imported into Canada from Columbia & Ecuador, according to StatCan. These two Latin American countries are the world leaders in the flower industry, including the production of roses for Valentine’s Day. However and perhaps more interestingly, these two countries, and their flower industries in particular, have a horrifying record of hiring children and exploiting workers with poor

Read More »
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