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Who or what is a Meany Greenie? 

Meany Greenies are  environmental organizations that solicit donations in pursuit of protecting the beauty and splendor of wildlife and nature but also support hunting, animal slaughter, and animal farming

This is both hypocritical and  counterproductive to an otherwise noble and tremendously important cause.


Articles, Information, and Commentaries:

A Very Inconvenient Truth

Don't be fooled by a name and end up helping the enemy

Greenpeace Calls for Kangaroo Slaughter

World Wildlife Fund Announces Sponsorship of Iditarod Dog Musher

World Wildlife Fund Supports Seal Hunt - Why?


How can someone determine whether or not specific environmental organization is considered a "Meany Greenie?"

1. Ask the organization, "What is your position on hunting?"

2. Investigate through search engines.

3. Gather referrals from other trusted pro-environment groups that do not support hunting, animal cruelty, or or any form of animal exploitation.

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