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SAVING THE RAINFOREST: BELIZE BOTANIC GARDENS

Moody Gardens® donated more than $7,500 to the Belize Botanic Gardens to launch two rainforest conservation projects.

The organization's mission of conservation and education aims to serve the Belizean community and

provide a scientific resource for botanical and horticultural institutions worldwide.

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GREEN INITIATIVES

Thanks to Green Mountain Energy Sun Club, Moody Gardens® was able to launch the new recycling program with solar powered recycling units.

By 2016, Moody Gardens® aims to reduce landfill-bound waste by 75% with the new Sustainability and Conservation Action Team Program.

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https://www.greenmountainenergy.com/sun-club/

 

 

 

 

ONE WORLD ONE OCEAN FOUNDATION

Moody Gardens® created an elaborate exhibit at the MG 3D Theater exit and donated more than $3,000 to the One World One Ocean Foundation.

The exhibit highlights the importance of ocean conservation with staggering statistics and beautiful imagery.

 

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http://www.oneworldoneoceanfoundation.org/

Moody Gardens’ Animal Welfare Committee

The Moody Gardens’ Animal Welfare Committee is a forum for anyone who has questions or concerns about the animals in our collection.  The Committee consists of the Animal Husbandry Manager, Assistant Curators, Vet tech, Veterinarian, Quarantine Lead, General Manager and a staff representative from the Rainforest, Penguin and Seal, and the Fish staffs.  Persons with concerns are encouraged to contact any member of the committee.  Concerns are confidential and will be handled according to the Animal Welfare Guidelines.  Questions about the committee can be directed to Karen Holcroft, vet tech and committee chair at x4106.

click here to download complete info on AWC

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RECYCLE CELL PHONES
Help protect Gorillas and their Habitats!

Find out how recycling your cell phone can support the gorillas and their habitat as part of Moody Gardens Going Green program.

click here to go to the eco-cell website for more info

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Energy that produces no pollution
Solar
 Energy
When we use the word solar, we are talking about the Sun.
Many people use the terms "Solar power" and "Solar Energy" interchangeably, but some say that solar power specifically indicates the conversion of sunlight into electricity. This is accomplished either by heating a fluid to produce steam to run a generator or through solar cells (photovoltaic cells.)
The U.S. Department of Energy works to provide clean, reliable and affordable solar electriciy through its photovoltaic technology programs. Photovoltaics can be used in a wide range of products, from small consumer items to larger, commercial solar electric systems. Photovoltaic energy systems are clean and do not contribute to climate change.
The Sun is a direct source of energy- thus, solar power. Using renewable energy technologies, we can convert that solar energy into electricity.
Solar Energy is clean energy and produces no pollution. It is reliable and low maintenance. Once a system is installed the power is free!
GO GREENCool

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Conservation for World Health

About Seas the Day

It's up to each one of us to help ensure that our ocean is protected and conserved for future generations.

Based on this premise, Seas the Day is a new initiative that aims to help you and millions of other individuals around the world take action. No matter where you live – whether in Australia or Arizona, Kazakhstan or Kentucky – the ocean affects you, and you affect the ocean.

All Seas the Day activities are geared to help you and other individuals think and act with our ocean in mind. Each of us can take small steps; some will take giant steps. Together, we can make a real difference.

Seas the Day– working primarily through The Ocean Project's worldwide network of 700+ partners – aims to help create a sustainable society. By developing informational and inspirational products,the Seas the Day initiative complements and expands upon the The Ocean Project's efforts to enhance the conservation activities of its global partner network.

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