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Support Sustainable America Through AmazonSmile

Amazon Smiles Sustainable America

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Smile! Your online purchases can now help support Sustainable America.

Through its new AmazonSmile program, Amazon will donate .05% of eligible purchases to a charity of your choice, including Sustainable America, every time you shop. We’re inviting all our supporters to participate!

It’s simple:

1. Click this unique link: smile.amazon.com/ch/45-4890593

2. Sign in and start shopping!

You can use your existing Amazon.com login, and you’ll be able to access your shopping cart, Wish List, registries and other account settings as usual. The next time you shop, AmazonSmile will remember that you’re supporting Sustainable America. It’s easy and automatic! AmazonSmile donations are made from the AmazonSmile Foundation, which is funded by Amazon.

Even though half of a percent isn’t much, every bit adds up — and it’s easy and free for you to participate.

We’re happy to be participating in AmazonSmile, but your direct donations are still crucial to support our work making our nation’s food and fuel systems more sustainable. You can make a donation here: sustainableamerica.org/donate/. Thank you!

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Currently 50 million households suffer from food insecurity, meaning that family members cannot always meet their basic food needs.

10 million people a year could be fed through the recovery of just one-fifth of food waste.

Only 2% of food waste is composted or otherwise recycled—62% of paper is recycled.

Consumers throw out about 40% of the fresh and frozen fish they buy.

The U.S. produced 208 pounds of meat per person in 2009—60% more than Europe.

Low income commuters spend a much higher proportion of their wages on gas—8.6% versus 2.1% at $4 per gallon.

Food prices rose 35-40 percentage points between 2002–2008.

Americans consume 25% of the world’s produced oil, but our nation holds less than 3% of the world’s proven oil reserves.

The International Energy Agency says greenhouse gas emissions rose 3.2% last year, with a 9.3% increase in China offsetting declines in the US and EU.


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