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Care2 help the Environment


Monday, 4th December 2000 at 12:12 pm
Staff Reporter
Care2.com has been using the Internet for about two years in its campaign to help save the environment. It’s own figures just released show that it now has 1.4 million members on-line making it the largest global community of peo

Monday, 4th December 2000
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Care2 help the Environment
Monday, 4th December 2000 at 12:12 pm

Care 2 started out by offering e-mail greeting cards for every occasion for free….and every time you send the paperless greeting the Care2 sponsors make a donation to its save the trees campaign.

Today that web site has grown and developed into an enormous environmental resource. It offers 17 eco-information channels called ‘green living channels‘ ranging from topics on air and climate to recycling and waste as well as consumer reviews.

It’s two main campaigns, to save rainforests and the endangered “big cats” have successfully engaged a world-wide Internet audience willing to help. And with more than 65,000 visitors to the site every 24 hours Care2.com must be doing something right.



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