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The Exchange - Free Classified Listing

The Ecologist

As of the May issue we will be introducing a new section into The Ecologist, the world¹s longest running environmental magazine, called The Exchange.

It is a free listings service for NGOs, charities and private individuals who need to publicise an environmental or ecological requirement. The Exchange will provide a forum for the exchange of information within the ecological world. The only proviso for taking a free listing is that it must be for a non-profit making venture.

Each listing can be up to a maximum of 30 words and we would like to invite you to submit an entry for the May issue.

We have suggested a few headings under which you might like to place a listing, but feel free to come up with your own as well.

Entries need to be with us by no later than 28th March and will appear in the May issue which is out on the newsstand on 20th April.

You can send your entry or more than one to: sally@theecologist.org

Alternatively you can fax us on 020 7351 3617, marking your entry clearly with FREE DIRECTORY LISTING.

… Campaigns
… Events
… Help required ­ volunteers, work experience, campaigners etc
… Information exchange ­ask questions which will be answered in later
issues
… Publications
… Join ­ new organisations you can become a part of
… Reading ­ new publications, newsletters etc
… Websites
… Funding required ­ appeals for help
… Meetings
… Seminars
… Courses
… Etc, etc

We reserve the right to edit or refuse listings.

The listings are offered free of charge to NGOs, charities and subscribers. However, if a company or educational institution wants to take a listing to sell a product or advertise a job, etc, then they will be asked to pay £54 for their listing. In return for this, they will also receive a year¹s corporate subscription to the magazine. If they wish to take out more than one listing (ie more than one in the same issue or repeat a listing in more than one issue) then they will be charged an additional £20 per listing.

If a company wants to add a border to their listing they will be charged an additional £10.


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