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Anyone at any age can get involved in conserving biodiversity. Starting today, you can make a commitment to conservation by taking action on our Web site. Here are some ways you can make a difference today. Visit often for new ideas.

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There are unique ways to support CI. Did you know that you can host an auction on eBay through their Giving Works program with proceeds donated to CI? If you're a frequent eBay buyer, look for and support auctions that give their proceeds to conservation.

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Do you know the size of your "ecological footprint"? Did you know that your everyday activities have an impact on the natural environment? Find out more on CI's Investigate Biodiversity site by taking our Ecological Quiz or check out our action tips.

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