Out of Touch

out of touch

I recently had the opportunity of a lifetime. 

Game-Changing Mascots

Game-Changing Mascots   Rare’s Meloy the Panther Grouper Meets Tampa Bay Rays’ Raymond  in an Earth Day Game that Truly is a Change-Up

The Tampa Bay Rays’ Mascot, Raymond has a new best friend visiting for Earth Day - Meloy, Jr, a panther grouper who is the Chief FINspiration Officer at Rare, a global conservation organization that uses social marketing to help both

Celebrate What Works

Celebrate what works

Two of Rare’s core competencies — working with partners and focusing on solutions — have recently taken root in somewhat unexpected soil. Over the past fe

Citizens for Water Conservation

Citizens for Water Conservation

In 2010, Rare partnered with 11 organizations across Latin America to help communities protect critical watersheds. The success of those projects catalyzed another suite of projects one of which was in Colombia’s Los Angeles sub-watershed in Valle del Cauca.

You Better Belize It!

you better belize it

On the bottom of a small fishing boat a surprise guest lay flat as two fishers rowed toward the dock of a small fishing village, Copper Bank, in northern Belize.

Solution Search 2015: Reducing our Risk

solution search reducing our risk

Around the second anniversary of Hurricane Sandy and the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Solution Search launched a crowd-sourcing contest to identify and celebrate American innovations in disaster preparedness.

Help Rare through play with Club Penguin

club penguin 2014

Rare is excited to announce that for the sixth consecutive year, Disney has selected Rare to benefit from its Club Penguin Coins for Change program. Club Penguin’s donation will support a select few charities through players unlocking projects by donating their virtual coins.

A Small-Scale Indonesian Fishery with a Big Market

Small Scale Indo Fishery EDF blog

Indonesia is a nation of over 17,000 islands where fishing contributes significantly to local livelihoods, food security and culture. It is the second largest producer of wild-capture seafood in the world, feeding Indonesians, but also exporting much to other countries. In this blog post, Rare's partner Environmental Defense Fund explores one of Indonesia’s local, small-scale fisheries that plays a part in a big international seafood market: the blue swimming crab.