tool for starting PCAP in your area is to gather sympathizers
and friends together in the form of a study circle. The study
circle is divided into 9 themes. Each theme contains a
collection of the writings of P.R. Sarkar. A series of study
circle questions follow each theme section so as to facilitate
discussion and sharing.
PCAP Study Circle
The objectives of PCAP are so broad that they cover a
large spectrum of environmental issues. It is difficult to
list resources on the hundreds of different organizations
working in various aspects of environmental care, animal and
plant rights, etc.
Nevertheless we are listing some resources here that may
help you to get started. Many of these resources offer
further links so you can find exactly what you are looking
for. The links are divided according to general category.
PCAP Portland's website
PETA: People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals:
Wildlife Conservation Society:
World Wildlife Foundation:
HerbWeb Animal Rights Resources:
Plant Rights, Rainforests, etc.
Rainforest Action Network:
Forest Conservation Portal:
The Rainforest Site:
Vegetarian Resources Group:
Happy Cow: www.happycow.net:
largest database of vegetarian restaurants and health food
stores around the world.
Organic Farming, Soil Conservation
ATTRA: National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service:
Alternative Farming Systems Information:
General Environmental Issues
Center for Biological Diversity:
Environmental and Social Justice Organizations:
World Conservation Union:
UNEP (United Nations Environmental Program):
(global innovators for conservation of
wildlife and the environment)
National Geographic Magazine:
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