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SAHF Fundraiser

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Save A Horny Friend Fundraiser on Darwin’s Birthday! What better way to help protect the most exotic and majestic land creatures than in honor of the Father of both Natural Selection and Sexual Selection!? Contest: Build the tallest rhino horn out of toothpicks! Contest: Horny Moves dance contest! Raffles: Toy drones, 3-D printed Horny Friends, Photography, TShirts, Wine, etc! TShirts: Own one of the coolest shirts in town (see image)! Live Music: Classy Cuban Band Kimba Light! Special presentation by philanthropic new dating app Neqtr​! While having a lot of fun, we will be raising money for drone-based anti-poaching research, and education in the US and Africa...

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Ivory Sold Publicly in San Francisco

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Elephant, Mammoth and Hippo Ivory Sold Publicly at Fisherman’s Warf, San Francisco Post by Save A Horny Friend. Contact me to know more about the ivory visit, other activities of or to be a part of the Save A Horny Friend...

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Jon Stewart Illuminates the Absurdity of the Elephant Poaching Crisis

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From: The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Nov 12, 2014… A terrific summary of the irony and the extent of the elephant poaching crisis and the absurdity of the ivory trade, from how it devastates African elephant populations to how it fuels funding for terrorist groups. (The US-China Carbon agreement in the beginning is relevant too.) Please watch and ask any questions on my Contact page!   The Daily Show Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Indecision Political Humor,The Daily Show on Facebook   Share through Your social media from this page...

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Tanzanian Safari Guides Lead the World in Elephant Anti-Poaching March

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     People in at least forty-six cities around the world are gearing up to march tomorrow to protest the unsanctioned accumulation of “wealth”, but this time it isn’t in response to corporate greed and the wealth is not money or even stocks or gold bullion. Rather, it is in response to terrorist and corrupt officials’ greed that robs all of us of perhaps the world’s favorite animal, the African elephant. Through the first International March for Elephants, to be held October 4th, organizers and participants hope to achieve several lofty goals: educate the youth, cease all trade in ivory, end legal hunting of elephants, increase anti-poaching...

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2013: The Year of the VolksBulb

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Disruptive technology in the lighting industry illuminates how LED innovation may be our energy-saving grace by Valerie Kosheleff With 2013 the Year of the People’s Bulb, Americans must shed no more tears for the soon-to-be phased-out incandescent bulb. Cree – a leader in light emitting diode (LED) technology – and The Home Depot have teamed up to reboot the light bulb. What looks like and what shines as brightly as an incandescent bulb is now the fully-matured and affordable LED light bulb that will save up to 84% of the energy used by traditional light bulbs. LEDs have been available for years, but “The Cree LED Bulb” should save the average...

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Cause Marketing Promotes a Diversity of Sustainable Businesses

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by Valerie Kosheleff There is much more to cause marketing than that short pause at the grocery store when you say, “Yes,” when asked, “Would you like to donate $1 to save the whales?” Ever growing, cause marketing surrounds us, promoting responsible businesses and boosting nonprofits to financial stability as well as cause success. Cause marketing, or cause-related marketing, is the partnership between for-profits and non-profits to collaboratively promote their respective products or services. Be it for health, education, poverty alleviation or environmentalism, cause marketing remains strong both as a secondary source of income for nonprofits as well as a key...

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