Only Elephants Should Wear Ivory African Wildlife Foundation

Only Elephants Should Wear Ivory African Wildlife Foundation

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Buttons for Conservation Causes
By the 1960s and ’70s public awareness about the environment was growing, as were threats like pollution, species extinction, and population growth. Americans founded organizations dedicated to a wide variety of environmental causes.
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Environmental Movement
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Giving in America
Environmental Buttons
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National Museum of American History
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