Links

eConsciousMarket
www.econsciousmarket.com

eConscious Market is the Internet's largest philanthropic eco marketplace featuring hundreds of eco products, ranging from electric bikes and organic clothing to natural baby care and sporting goods. The company's mission is to become the most trusted online retailer of sustainable and green living products, as well as to transform everyday shopping into a philanthropic enterprise.

EPA
www.epa.gov

Environmental responsibility is everyone’s responsibility. Today, instead of having only 17 thousand EPA employees working to protect the environment, we now have over 300 million Americans as environmental partners making environmentally protective choices. By equipping this growing army of environmental stewards with the tools they need to meet today’s challenges, EPA is helping America shift into a green culture. Link to tips re: saving energy, using water efficiently, reducing, reusing and recycling, and making environmentally protective choices.

Family Education Environmental Household Tips
/life.familyeducation.com

Numerous tips for environmental households, raiding environment-friendly kids, organic gardening, environment tours, conserving natural resources, water conservation, and more.

Free Speech Television Network
www.freespeech.org

Free Speech TV (FSTV) is a non-profit, commercial free, national TV network available in over 25million US homes.

Green Map
www.greenmap.org

Seventeen useful tips for envir onmental shopping. The homepage is called “Green Map” and provide a charting of green living resources worldwide.

Greenopolis
www.greenopolis.com

Greenopolis.com is an interactive, collaborative and educational Web site that allows people to learn, act and be rewarded for making positive, environmental changes in their lives and communities. Developed by Waste Management, Inc., Greenopolis brings individuals, communities, environmental organizations, schools and businesses together to help make the world a greener place.

Global Stewards
www.globalstewards.org

The goal of Global Stewards, created in 1998, is to provide environmental tips for sustainable living and information about exciting solutions that are speeding the shift toward a sustainable way of life. This site was created and is maintained by Lea Dutton of California.

Knowledge Hound
www.knowledgehound.com

Source for environment tips and how-to’s, including sustainable living, conservation, recycling, non-toxic products, pollution prevention & cleanup, waste management, alternative energy, eco-transportation, energy efficiency, green building, plants, solar cooking, water, activism & volunteering, disaster preparedness, green business, vegetarianism, wildlife and more.

LW Communications Coaching & Consulting
www.LanceCoach.com

LanceCoach@aol.com
Home of:
ECO (Earth Communications Office)
(818) 787-9550

Mind Mart
www.mindmart.com

Mind Mart offers holistic and alternative products as well as information from around the Internet to strengthen mind-body health.

OurEarth.org
www.ourearth.org

OurEarth.org, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit environmental organization based in Baltimore, Maryland. The organization was founded in 2006 by several recent graduates of Johns Hopkins University and today is led by an all-volunteer team of graduate and medical students as well as environmental experts and leaders from around the country. The website is designed to make it easier for people to find environmental information, programs, activities, initiatives, ideas and gras sroots efforts -- all in one place.

Pachamama Alliance
www.pachamama.org

Vision: To preserve the Earth's tropical rainforests by empowering the indigenous people who areits natural custodians; and to contribute to the creation of a new global vision of equity and sustainability for all. Chapters, seminars and activities worldwide.

World Wildlife Fund
/www.worldwildlife.org

For more than 45 years, WWF has been protecting the future of nature. The largest multinational conservation organization in the world, WWF works in 100 countries and is supported by 1.2 million members in the United States and close to 5 million globally. WWF's unique way20of working combines global reach with a foundation in science, involves action at every level from local to global, and ensures the delivery of innovative solutions that meet the needs of both people and nature.