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The Earth Can't Wait

The time to take action is right now Deforestation is a crisis that isn’t talked about nearly enough Every second, one and a half acres of forest is cut down. Half of the world’s tropical forests have already been cleared. At the rate we’re going, there will be no more rainforests in less than a […]
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Three ways to celebrate Earth Day

Earth Day is Sunday, April 22, 2018 Go outside What better way to celebrate creation than to spend some time deeply immersed in it? Our desire to worship swells whenever we find ourselves in awe of something beautiful. After all, God took time to admire the world after creation. “The forests of America, however slighted […]
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The world's poorest communities dispel a major myth about the environment

Environmental conversations aren't only about major players. In most ongoing conversations about the planet’s environmental issues, you’ll frequently hear the names of major actors: The United States Government, the Vatican, the oil industry, and the United Nations. These usually-controversial entities often stir up the debate of what should be given priority– economic growth or environmental […]
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Let the locals lead

One of the things that sets apart Plant With Purpose’s work is a commitment to building and developing leaders among locals. Visit any of our international offices and you won’t find any expat staff members. Instead each partnering country has its own autonomous office staffed by nationals. These offices work to develop even more local […]
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Address root causes

There is no shortage of causes around the world to care about. Every year, thousands of new nonprofit organizations file paperwork to start programs. For people wanting to make an impact, often the problem isn’t finding opportunities to make a difference but choosing one! The Plant With Purpose team has experience working on a number […]
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Why we work in rural areas

In order to truly help the vulnerable, we must know and understand what their situation is like. These beliefs have led us right into rural locations in developing countries across Asia, Africa, and Latin America. These are the places where poverty overwhelmingly exists.  85 percent of the world’s poor live in rural areas. While the […]
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