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Welcome to Boomerang For Earth Conservation! 

Boomerang for Earth Conservation (BEC) is a French non-profit organization founded in 2010. The term "Boomerang" refers to an Australian Aboriginal tool that, after being thrown, travels in an elliptical path and returns to its point of origin. The verb "to boomerang", derived from this Aboriginal tool, means an action that returns unexpectedly to its originator. Quoting Newton, this is like saying that “To all action there is an equal and opposite reaction.” Applied to mankind and Earth conservation, this means that if we treat the Earth well, the Earth will nourish and sustain us in turn.

   

The Flying Carpet

The Flying Carpet is an Environmental Education classroom that travels along the Egyptian Red Sea coast to bring environmental awareness to all communities living close to the sea. This project, that started back in 2012, is done in collaboration with multiple local partners and combine games, short talks, debates and other activities to engage the younger community members in the protection of the environment. Read more...

 

Conserving San Ignacio Lagoon

San Ignacio lagoon, at the edge of the Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve, is a magic place where grey whales come to give birth and endangered East Pacific green turtles share their habitats with local fishermen. Since 2010, BEC has been working to re-connect the local community with the beauties of nature. In an effort to engage all community members, BEC has been conducting activities mixing art, creation, conservation and, of course, fishery. Read more...

 

The Old Man -a turtle- and the Sea

For a biologist or a conservationist, an endangered species is one that is facing a risk of disappearing if we don’t change the way we coexist with it. The words 'endangered species' are usually associated with images of pandas, turtles, whales, bears, wolves and other charismatic animals that quickly catch our attention and push us to protect them! However, this notion changes according to the person we have in front. Have you ever wondered what is endangered for a fisherman?  Read More...

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  • How endangered are endangered species for the fishermen in Egypt?

     When you are a conservationist, you quickly learn that species are ‘Endangered’ when they are under threat of disappearing if we don’t do something to prevent it (e.g. overfishing, destruction of habitats, pollution, etc), but what do fishermen think when we talk about endangered species?

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  • Join Boomerang For Earth Conservation - 2016 membership now open!

    Boomerang for Earth Conservation (BEC) was born in 2010 inspired by the words of Chief Seattle (1855): "Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect."  Join the BEC side of the force now! 

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  • Torneo de pádel benéfico + cena filantrópica

    El próximo sábado 14 de junio se celebrará el I Torneo benéfico de pádel a favor de la ONG “Boomerang for Earth Conservation”. Será en Madrid, España, en el club indoor de pádel “Gusanillo Sport”, y dará comienzo a las 19:00 h. El club “Gusanillo Sport” está ubicado en la C/ Isaac Peral nº 4  del polígono industrial Nuestra Sra de Butarque, en Leganés, Madrid.

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