GGLs (Global Green Laws) are
world healing concepts which, via voting, can directly link
to organizations, governments and authorities that have the
persuasion or power to make a difference. Each GGL gives either
a brief or sometimes more detailed idea on how to end global
damage, whether it be animal, environmental and humanitarian.
Choose any or all the GGL's, read them and vote. More
Other Campaigns Launching
We'll be encouraging children
to get their parents and schools to organize lift sharing
school runs. We want to ease the huge amount of traffic and
subsequent pollution created each morning and afternoon by
50%. This can be done by referring to our simple mapping and
allocating system. It allows teachers and parents to fill
up otherwise half empty cars (and those spotless, huge four
wheel drive status symbols that have never been anywhere near
a mud track!), collecting and dropping of other classmates
in the same geographical areas as their own homes. Simple
and obvious? ... but who's doing it?!
Immerse yourself in
the Ultimate Ethical Shopping Experience!
Free, Animal / Environmentally Friendly, Organic Hypermarkets
popular area at VeggieGlobal.
This is a forum and voting system available to discuss the
possibilities of Meat Free / Organic Supermarkets, offering
the same service and shopping experience as big name supermarkets
but with an entirely ethically driven approach.
Your votes are waiting to make the difference.
To the Veggie Hypermarket page
To Build A Wildlife Garden
own back yard campaign!
The world's dwindling
wildlife and their natural habitats need your active support
more than ever.. At VeggieGlobal you'll a find a useful guide
about caring for the wildlife in your own back yard. This
includes creating the right environment to help restore the
natural flora and fauna to your local neighbourhood. There
are also detailed instructions on how to build a wildlife
You'll find this in the UK section of Wildlife Care Across
The Continents, but the guidelines apply for most temperate
regions across the world. Get your neighbours involved!
out more at Wildlife Care Across the Continents
info for UK schools ... a wildlife garden in your own school!
out more at the UK section of Wildlife Care Across the Continents