Rainforest Rescue

Daily Computer Use Helps the Cause




Using a green search engine for holiday shopping and other online searches can turn daily Internet use into a give-back to nature. www.Forestle.org is an independent nonprofit that donates all profits from sponsored links to The Nature Conservancy’s Adopt an Acre program (more at www.Adopt.Nature.org). Together, Forestle home page visitors rescue thousands of square meters of rainforest every day. It has even partnered with Google.
 

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