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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

Yamba Ashita-no Kai

Maebashi-shi, Gunma, - Japan
T: -

Grant Amount:-

Yamba Ashita-no Kai exists to increase awareness about the shortcomings of the Yamba Dam project in the hopes of seeing it revised.

The Black Fish
De Wittenstraat 43-45
Amsterdam, Noord-Holland 1052 AL Netherlands
T: 31204865209

Grant Amount:$10,000.00

The Black Fish uses education, investigation and nonviolent direct action to change European attitudes toward oceans and to help protect the life within them.

Jurassic Coast Trust
The Weld Estate Office, Lulworth Castle, East Lulworth
Wareham, Dorset BH20 5QS United Kingdom
T: 00 441929400352

Grant Amount:$5,000.00

The Jurassic Coast Trust advances public education concerning the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, which covers 95 miles of coastline in East Devon and Dorset, England.

Moray Firth Sea Trout Project
c/o KSFT, Dornoch Road
Bonar Bridge, Sutherland IV24 3EB United Kingdom
T: 4.48E+11

Grant Amount:$2,000.00

The Moray Firth Sea Trout Project aims to address the imbalance in sea trout management within the Moray Firth by conducting research and disseminating information.

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