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The mission of Mother Nature Network is “Improve Your World.”

Many sites limit “your world” to only "your planet,” but MNN defines it in much broader terms. Your world encompasses many different aspects — your family, your health, your lifestyle, your business, your community and your planet — and so does MNN.

With a goal of providing the most accurate and up-to-date information available, we cover the broadest scope of environmental news and social responsibility issues on the Internet. And, we do so in a way that is engaging and easy-to-understand. As opposed to scientists, activists or experts, MNN is designed for the rest of us — everyday people who simply want to make our world better.

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