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Environmental Protection and Restoration

Many programs and projects are being launched to protect and restore the natural environment.  Many are government sponsored, but many more are initiated by private and non-profit organizations led by passionate people who may lack formal project management education or knowledge.  Nevertheless, many are achieving great things.  This section of the library is intended to provide information about some of those organizations, projects and programs - as examples of what others can also do and to identify initiatives that might benefit from professional project management support.

Information and Statistics

 

 

Global Initiatives, Programs, Projects

 

 

Regional / Local Initiatives

Players for the Planet – An initiative by professional sports figures in the United States to promote environmental protection and sustainability by citizens, players and teams and at ballparks. Players for the Planet (P4P) believes in uniting athletes to bring lasting and measurable transformation on the Earth. P4P is led by former Major League Baseball players Chris Dickerson of the Baltimore Orioles, Jack Cassel of the San Diego Padres and Bryan Ingram from the Colorado Rockies Organization and Oregon State University Baseball. P4P believes the transformation of the world must take place and start within each one of us. Their motto is “Athletes United for Global Change.”  More about their activities and projects at www.playersfortheplanet.com

 

Organizations

 

 

Papers, Reports, Studies

 

 

 

 

Articles, Blogs, Expert Opinions

 

 

Educational Multi-Media Lectures, Presentations, Videos

 

 

 

Other Resources

 

 

More Coming Soon - Please Check Back

This section of the library is a work in progress.  If you know of good resources to add here, please let us know.  If you are a student and might like to help, consider our research internship.  Click here for information or contact help@pmworldlibrary.net

This section of the library created 20 February 2018

 

 

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