Get daily environmental updates for free!
The Reuters News agency and the Planet Ark Foundation have
combined forces to offer environmental professionals a free global
environmental news service.
Using the worldwide resources of the Reuters News Agency, this daily
service allows those who sign up to keep abreast of the latest
environmental news, much of which is not covered by traditional media.
"We are launching this as a free service to the worldwide
environmental community," Planet Ark Foundation and Executive Director
Jon Dee said in a statement.
The daily news service has already been given a "Cool Site of the
Day" award and was recommended by Yahoo Internet search company as a
"Scoop of the Day."
Once you register, a daily "World Environment News" list of
headlines will be sent straight to your desktop via e-mail. If a
headline interests you, you can read the full story, free of charge,
on the Planet Ark website.
To receive this free service, direct your Internet browser to the
Planet Ark home page at http://www.planetark.org. Press the "Register
for news/updates" button, then put your name and e-mail in the form
that comes up.
In addition to the daily news updates, the Planet Ark site contains
downloadable eco-software, environment campaigns and enviro-videos
from Tom & Nicole, Jeff Goldblum, Bob Geldof & Dustin Hoffman.
Planet Ark, based in Sydney, Australia, is the country's largest
environmental education organization. The non-profit foundation
concentrates on providing people with the information they need to
help the environment in their day-to-day lives: at home, at work and
within their local community.