Simple donation + small non-profit = big difference

The Costa Rican Environmental and Educational Network – ARCAE has been awarded a portable projector from the USA based biodiversity conservation non-profit Idea Wild.  ARCAE would like to take this opportunity to thank Idea Wild for this generous gift. A projector will be a crucial piece of equipment for ARCAE’s educational and scientific presentations along … Continue reading

An Incredible Dose of Support

Spinning to End Finning’s 2012 bike ride will raise awareness for the threats sharks face from overfishing and the practice of shark finning.  The ride will also raise money for ARCAE and Pretoma, two Costa Rican marine environmental non-profit partners active in local, regional, and global shark conservation campaigns.  As ARCAE’s executive director and Pretoma … Continue reading

Costa Rican NGO alligns with 1% for the Planet

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                          For more information, contact: Melody Badgett, 1% for the Planet melody@onepercentfortheplanet.org +1 (802) 496-5408   ARCAE Announces Partnership with 1% for the Planet    San Jose, Costa Rica, April 13 – The Costa Rican Environmental and Educational Network – ARCAE is a new nonprofit partner of 1% for the Planet, an … Continue reading

He owns a bike—he’s saving sharks (again!)

DiMaggio and Lambert will both ride to save sharks this summer

He’s baaaaack!!  On the heals of his successful 2010 initiative to raise awareness for shark conservation during his bike ride around the Western USA, Marc DiMaggio, a school teacher from California, announced he’ll be at it again this summer, riding coast to coast this time to raise awareness and support for his Spinning to End … Continue reading

I own a bike–How can I stop shark finning?

The campaign to stop shark finning is getting more international support this year as Mark DiMaggio – a high school science teacher – takes action by riding his bike from Missoula, Montana to Pueblo, Colorado (1091 miles) to raise money for shark conservation efforts in Costa Rica.  100% of the money raised during his ride … Continue reading