Causecast Connects Activists to the Environment

Viewers become a part of the environmental conversation.

| January 2009 Web

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Unique to itself, Causecast is website that promotes a wide range of philanthropic endeavors through donations and support. 

CEO and founder Ryan Scott launched Causecast to easily connect inspired activists to charities, nonprofit organizations and leaders around the world. 

The topics and causes the site discusses include animals, arts, community, environment, health, human rights and youth. With the goal of raising awareness to these issues, Scott designed a site that uses social networking and media coverage for a greater good.

Under the environmental section, viewers can watch clips submitted by members as well as post comments on the numerous blogs. In addition, the site features the latest in green news.

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