.ausgestrahlt is an anti-nuclear organization that has been active throughout the country since 2008. The organization believes that nuclear power plants cause severe injustice to people and the environment. The possibility of accidents like those in Fukushima and Chernobyl creates a risk that cannot be ignored, and the radioactive waste generated from nuclear power plants will have an impact on future generations.
.ausgestrahlt believes that political pressure from the public is crucial to bringing about a genuine phase-out of nuclear power. As a result, the organization encourages and supports opponents of nuclear power to turn their stance into public protest. The group provides strategies, action ideas, arguments, and materials to all anti-nuclear activists, enabling them to organize collections of signatures, days of action, information events, and demonstrations. .ausgestrahlt often collaborates with local initiatives and other environmental organizations to create many opportunities for individuals to become active in the anti-nuclear movement.
Patagonia, founded by Yvon Chouinard in 1973, is a renowned outdoor apparel company based in Ventura, California.
As a certified B-Corporation, Patagonia's mission revolves around saving the planet. The company is well-known for its commitment to product quality and environmental activism, donating 1% of sales annually, which has resulted in over $100 million in grants and in-kind donations since 1985.
Patagonia continually seeks motivated individuals to join their team, whether in retail stores, the Ventura headquarters, the Reno Service Center, or occasionally in overseas offices. Ideal candidates are passionate about spending time in the mountains or wilderness, feel more comfortable in base camps or on rivers than in offices, and have a strong interest in pursuits outside of themselves, such as surfing, opera, climbing, gardening, skiing, or community activism.
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