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Partnerships

Our Partners

Waves of Change welcomes and appreciates the many partners of the campaign.  

If your organization or business is interested in becoming a partner of The Waves of Change campaign, please contact us.

 

 

 

 

 

Friends of the United Nations

 

Global Healing Initiative

 

 

 

 

 

Sustainble Travel International

International Ocean Institute

WHALE Center

Conch Republic - Key West

 

 

Reef Relief

Climate Institute

Tampa Bay Watch

Conch Republic Grill & Bar

SCUBAnauts Internatiol

 

 

 

 

The Ocean Project

 

Global Sustainable Tourism Council

 Tampa Bay Green Consortium

 

Women's Earth Alliance

 

 

Taking It Global

 

Youth & Environment Europe

One World Youth Project

 

Art in Science Collaborations

 

BeatBoard

 

World Ocean Council

Girls in Government

Green Armada

 

KM Dance Aqua Project


 

 
 

World Ocean Network

 

Earth Charter USA

 

Physicians for Social Responsibility

 

 

         UNA Tampa Bay

                     

                 Heart in Action

 

 

Inter-American Dev.Bank

   
     

                    

                   

                   

                   

                   

                   

 

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