Three Dot Dash Global Teen Leadership Summit 2014

Carter was one of 30 teen leaders chosen from around the world to participate in the GTL (Global Teen Leadership) Summit in New York City which was hosted by the folks at Three Dot Dash and the We Are Family Foundation.  Here are two videos about the summit and about the very successful ‘Mentorship’ program […]

1,000,000 Footprints for Africa

Posted on Aug 3, 2014 in Articles, Rhinos

As a respected initiative in the fight to stop poaching on the African continent, 1,000,000 Footprints to Save Africa invites everyone to join the children of the world in a symbolic walk across Africa!

Carpe diem (Seize the moment)

WOW, what a great response, not to mention a perfect example of why we all should ‘Seize the Moment.’ Let’s think about the impact that this change in hotel policy will have on our environment and on future generations.

OMG Founders Meet with Under Secretary for Economic Growth, Energy

OMG Founders Meet with Under Secretary for Economic Growth, Energy

OMG has partnered with the folks at TerraMar and Jason Learning in an effort to ensure our curriculum is made available to the largest student audience possible.

Shark Awareness Day

Posted on Jul 14, 2014 in Sharks

Sharks have ruled the oceans for at least 400 million years—a hundred-times longer than the roughly 4.5 million years since the first human-like hominids evolved…and even preceding dinosaurs by some 200 million years.

Rhino Ambulance Project

Posted on Jul 13, 2014 in Endangeres Species Awareness Education, Rhinos

A Rhino Ambulance sounds like a whimsical notion from a children’s storybook, but in fact it’s the latest innovation from the front lines of the poaching crisis.

OMG board member co-authors conservation publication that received a national award

Posted on Jul 7, 2014 in Articles

The Living with Nature on the Treasure Coast: A Guide to Florida Friendly Living publication was selected by ANREP to receive its national 2014 Educational Material – Short Publication Award.

Rhino Documentary Trailer

Posted on Jul 5, 2014 in Rhinos

After months of hard work, the producers from Red Sky Pictures (who created their own nonprofit “It’s Your Planet”) have launched the following video trailer to show the world what is happening to rhinos..

Inaugural “Our Oceans” Conference at the US State Department

“Whether you live on the coast or hours from the closest beach, we all depend on the ocean. The ocean is critical to maintaining life on Earth, contributing to our livelihoods and our well-being. It regulates our climate and weather…

Jack Johnson is teaming up with OMG to protect our oceans

Help us raise funds! Jack Johnson’s charity is matching donations contributed to us at the show or directly to our organization through September 1st, up to a total of $2,500.00

Congratulations to OMG Board Member Julie Shimada

Posted on Feb 1, 2014 in Articles, OMG News, Volunteer
Congratulations to OMG Board Member Julie Shimada

Today one of our special board members received recognition for all of her hard work and volunteer hours within her community so we wanted to take a minute to share this great moment with you and to tell her that we too are extremely proud of all her work, and for her commitment to everything she does for us here at OMG.

Lighting Recycling Tips

Lighting Recycling Tips

Lighting technology is currently in the midst of revolutionary change. The incandescent light bulbs that were the standard for a century are being phased out in favor of more cost-effective and eco-friendly versions.

Do Rhinos Stand a Chance?

Posted on Dec 28, 2013 in Articles, Rhinos

Well, it has been just over a year since we launched our Rhino Letter Writing Campaign.  

Plastic Paradise: A Film Screening with OMG Founders!

Plastic Paradise: A Film Screening with OMG Founders!

OMG cordially invites you to join us for a screening of the award winning documentary, Plastic Paradise: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

Interview with Olivia and Carter on National Geographic Website

Posted on Oct 30, 2013 in Environmental Conservation, OMG News
Interview with Olivia and Carter on National Geographic Website

Check out this great interview Olivia and Carter did for the News Watch blog on the National Geographic website.