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Water, the resource upon which all life depends, covers almost three-quarters of the planet . Throughout the history of the natural world, water sources have been the centers of life, providing habitat and sustenance for animals and plants alike. The groups that follow are doing important work to protect our waters – rivers, oceans, wetlands, aquifers and vernal pools – from the destructive effects of damming, diversion, development and pollution.

Total given in this category in fiscal year 2013: $1,257,738

Arakawa No Shizen Wo Mamoru Kai

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Ageo-shi, Saitama, - Japan
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http://arakawa.main.jp

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Arakawa No Shizen Wo Mamoru Ka works to protect the natural environment of the Arakawa River.

Ishikikawa Mamori Tai

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Sasebo-shi, Nagasaki, - Japan
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http://blog.goo.ne.jp/hotaru392011

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Ishikikawa Mamori Tai is working to stop construction of Ishiki Dam, a destructive hydro project on the Ishikigawa River.

Nagaragawa Shimin Gakushu-kai

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Gifu-shi, Gifu, - Japan
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http://dousui.org/

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Nagaragawa Shimin Gakushu-kai is working on behalf of the Nagaragawa River watershed, which is threatened by the Uchigaya Dam project.

Nihon No Kaigan-Kankyo Wo Mamoru Kai

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Isumi-shi, Chiba, - Japan
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http://ameblo.jp/nkkmk/

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Nihon No Kaigan Kankyo Wo Mamoru Kai seeks to protect ocean and beach environments by es- tablishing a broad network that connects national, prefectural and local governments with local communities.

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