Posted 28 November 2005 - 08:22 AM
I give them money on behalf of somebody else. That someone should get a book or something - it should be a present for them as well - preferably with some nice pictures and a description of "what the money does".
I have a business interest in some underwater imaging products.
Posted 28 November 2005 - 11:24 AM
Sea Shepherd gift memberships make a unique birthday, wedding or holiday gift. Your donation of US$25.00 or more entitles the new member to receive a subscription to our bi-annual newsletter, the Sea Shepherd Log, and he/she will be eligible to apply to crew on one of our vessels. Please provide us with the name and address of your gift recipient so that we may send a special packet including a Gift Notice, a recent issue of the Sea Shepherd Log, information on current marine conservation issues and a Sea Shepherd Classic Decal. If you donate by credit card online, please be sure to send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the recipient’s information
Along with a t-shirt and/or poster from http://store.estreet...ategory=Posters
and maybe a picture or book too... not sure from where though
Posted 28 November 2005 - 11:46 PM
TNC - Website Home
TNC - Join and Donate
There's also a "Rescue a Reef" program, with proceeds this year dedicated to helping conserve coral reefs in Indonesia. Gift recipients get a one year subscription to TNC's magazine (which is a good one) and some kind of certificate.
TNC - Rescue the Reef Donation Program
TNC is currently involved in five major coral reef marine protected area (MPA) programs in Indonesia - Komodo National Park, Raja Empat Islands (not yet an MPA), Wakatabi National Park, and Derawan Islands (Kalimantan, also not yet an MPA) plus education and planning programs at Kimbe Bay (New Britain) in Papua New Guinea - and the Solomon Islands.
TNC's Coral Triangle Center (which is located here in Bali)...
TNC Coral Triangle Center
... The reports section contains some very useful reports and articles on the field projects and related subjects.
P.S. I should also clarify here that I work for TNC as a consultant on the Komodo project - the Komodo Collaborative Management Initiative - a seven-year project supported by a US$5 million Global Environmental Facility grant from the World Bank (and TNC matching funds) to make Komodo National Park financially self-supporting through eco-tourism.
Nikon D2X in Subal housing.
Tabula Int'l Ltd.
Posted 29 November 2005 - 04:48 AM
Blog and Photo Archive/Portfolio Site www.mikeveitchblog.com
Learn underwater photography in Indonesia or Join me on a trip www.underwatertribe.com