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Both ENDS is an organization that was started by Dutch environmental organizations in 1986. Their primary goal was to help environmental organizations in developing countries do their best work, since they often "operate within a context of political repression and lack information, contacts and financial, political and moral support." The first item visitors will notice when they go to their website is the world map made of squares that features colored dots. The dots represent organizations that Both ENDS works with to address water, land and capital issues. Visitors can click on the dots to get more in-depth information about the partner, such as their website address, what they work on, and the countries or regions where the partner is active. Visitors who want to learn more about the work of Both ENDS can click on their "Publications" tab, on the left side of the homepage. Most publications are in English, and they all fit within the categories of water, land, and capital, and are indicated as such with a colored dot. Some of the publication titles include "Are Capital Flows from Europe Climate Proof?", "(Un) sustainable Trade in the Amazon", and "Water Markets and Market Mechanisms".
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