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  1. Scorecard (New Window)
    Scorecard combines data from over 200 different state and federal databases to profile local environmental problems and the health effects of toxic chemicals.
  2. Sierra Club (New Window)
    Learn about the Sierra Club's campaign to reverse one of the largest experiments in history--global warming.
  3. Environmental News Network (New Window)
    ENN covers breaking environmental news, including pollution issues.
  4. Environmental Defense (New Window)
    A not-for-profit environmental advocacy group with four main goals: stabilizing the Earth's climate, safeguarding the world's oceans, protecting human health, and defending and restoring biodiversity.
  5. World Wide Fund For Nature (New Window)
    The world's largest and most experienced independent conservation organization, with around 5 million supporters and a global network of 27 national organizations, 5 associates, and 21 program offices.
  6. Climate Ark (New Window)
    Performs full text searches of educational and activist Web sites. Also includes an archive of "popular media and environmental group information" on climate change and other environmental topics.
  7. earthsystems.org (New Window)
    Provides up-to-date environmental information. Includes a database that allows individuals and organizations to easily find recycling products and services, plus a library of 1,000 environmental links.
  8. Conservation International (New Window)
    CI focuses on trying to preserve and promote awareness about the world's most endangered biodiversity through scientific programs, local awareness campaigns, and economic initiatives.
  9. National Audubon Society (New Window)
    The mission of the National Audubon Society is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds and other wildlife for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity.
  10. The Nature Conservancy (New Window)
    "Saving the Last Great Places."
  11. Earth's 911 (New Window)
    A public and private sector partnership to empower the public with community-specific resources to improve quality of life.
  12. Friends of the Earth (New Window)
    This nonprofit organization focuses on the economics of sustainable growth.
  13. Clean Up Australia (New Window)
    A very successful Australian organization that works to clean up environmental pollution and to teach citizens how to lead greener lives.
  14. Earth Times (New Window)
    Covers news and issues affecting: the environment, education, society, business, culture, media, nature, politics, and population.
  15. Alliance to Save Energy (New Window)
    A coalition of prominent business, government, environmental and consumer leaders.
  16. National Wildlife Federation - NWF (New Window)
    NWF focuses its efforts on five core issue areas: Endangered Habitat, Water Quality, Land Stewardship, Wetlands, and Sustainable Communities.
  17. Earth Day 2000 (New Window)
    Goal: to give "individuals the resources they need to make the vision of a cleaner, healthier planet for the 21st Century a reality."
  18. Union of Concerned Scientists (New Window)
    The Union of Concerned Scientists works to ensure that all people have clean air and energy, as well as safe and sufficient food.
  19. American Rivers (New Window)
    North America's leading national river-conservation organization.
  20. Office of Wetlands, Oceans, & Watersheds (New Window)
    The OWOW provides information to raise public awareness and encourage involvement in water quality issues.
  21. Rainforest Action Network (New Window)
    Working to protect tropical rainforests and the human rights of those living in and around those forests.
  22. OneWorld (New Window)
    Promotes human rights and sustainable development. Site includes news, current projects, features and more.
  23. Audubon Institute (New Window)
    The Audubon Institute's goal is to foster appreciation and, ultimately, conservation of these ecosystems, which are showcased in an outstanding collection of ten museums and parks dedicated to nature.
  24. EarthVision (New Window)
    Provides daily environmental news, industry links, job listings and more.
  25. Earthwatch (New Window)
    A non-profit environmental and wildlife organization.
  26. World Watch Institute (New Window)
    Worldwatch is dedicated to fostering the evolution of a society in which human needs are met in ways that do not threaten the health of the natural environment.
  27. Solstice (New Window)
    The Internet information service of the Center for Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technology (CREST). An excellent source for the latest in SED info.
  28. The Rainforest Site (New Window)
    Visitors to The Rainforest Site can save a free area of rainforest with the "click of a button."
  29. CNN: Nature (New Window)
    CNN's nature and environment news section.
  30. Climate Institute (New Window)
    The Climate Institute works to protect the balance between climate and life on earth by facilitating the dialogue among scientists, policy makers, business executives and citizens.
  31. The Earth Council (New Window)
    Supports and empowers people in building a more secure, equitable and sustainable future.
  32. SD Gateway (New Window)
    The SD Gateway guides visitors through new thinking and solutions being developed by the Spinning Web Network--some of the world's leading sustainable development institutes.
  33. Council on Environmental Quality (New Window)
    Learn about the White House initiative to cut paperwork and develop new partnerships with industry, landowners and the states to provide more flexibility for the regulated community in return for better environmental results.
  34. Urban Land Institute (New Window)
    The ULI tackles such issues as traffic and land use, parking, transit villages and other transportation issues both public and private.
  35. Global Warming: Focus on the Future (New Window)
    This Website encourages visitors to learn more about the history of global warming and empowers them to help solve the problem.
  36. Resources for the Future (New Window)
    A nonprofit and nonpartisan think tank that conducts independent research rooted primarily in economics and other social sciences on environmental and natural resource issues.
  37. The Wilderness Society (New Window)
    Works to protect America's wilderness and to develop a nation-wide network of wild lands through public education, scientific analysis and advocacy.
  38. Lycos Environment News (New Window)
    Latest environmental news headlines, message board, links and more.
  39. Better World Zine (New Window)
    An environmental ezine with recycling and alternative energy tips.
  40. Sustainable Communities Network (New Window)
    Linking citizens to resources and to one another to create healthy, vital, sustainable communities.
  41. WWF Canada (New Window)
    WWF Canada pursues a mission to save life on Earth through four conservation programs: Endangered Species, Endangered Spaces and Wildlife Toxicology in Canada and an International program in Latin America.
  42. Weathervane (New Window)
    "A digital forum on global climate policy."
  43. Greenpeace: Climate (New Window)
    Greenpeace campaigns for governments to face up to their responsibilities and urgently address the problem of global climate change as one of the greatest threats to the planet.
  44. Cyburbia: Resource Directory (New Window)
    Directory of sustainable development resources on the Web.
  45. Alternative Fuels Data Center (New Window)
    This Office of Transportation Technologies site has information on the latest advances in alternative fuels, vehicles, refueling sites, and more.
  46. FWS: Endangered Species (New Window)
    Includes species information, news releases, latest reports, photo gallery and more.
  47. The Earth Charter (New Window)
    A statement of ethical principles that will guide the conduct of people and nations towards each other and the Earth to ensure peace, equity and a sustainable future.
  48. GEM, the Global Energy Marketplace (New Window)
    An on-line, searchable database of more than 2500 energy efficiency and renewable energy annotated Web links.
  49. Millennialtrust.com (New Window)
    A portal for human rights and the environment.
  50. Carfree.com (New Window)
    Solutions to the problem of the urban automobile.
  51. American Wind Energy Association (New Window)
    AWEA advocates the development of wind energy as a reliable, environmentally superior energy alternative in the United States and around the world.
  52. Clean Air Network (New Window)
    "Your one-stop advocacy resource to clean up the nation's air!"
  53. Envirosense (New Window)
    A group of companies who collectively offer solutions and strategies to address indoor air quality and related environmental issues.
  54. The Cousteau Society (New Window)
    Provides information and insight on environmental issues to inspire better protection of Earth.
  55. ReInState (New Window)
    ReInState is an innovative guide to state-by-state renewable energy and sustainable development resources.
  56. E (New Window)
    An environmental magazine celebrating 10 years in print.
  57. EPA: Acid Rain Program (New Window)
    The goal of the Acid Rain Program is to significantly reduce electric utilities emissions of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides, the pollutants responsible for acid deposition.
  58. National Council for Science and the Environment (New Window)
    NCSE (formally the Committee for the National Institute for the Environment) works to improve the scientific basis of environmental decisionmaking. Site includes research publications on a number of environmental issues.
  59. Ocean Planet (New Window)
    "This exhibition reminds us that in ways we may never have even considered, we're all seafarers, and it offers us ways to become more seaworthy--to think about what everyone can do to conserve the Ocean Planet."
  60. Center of Excellence for Sustainable Development (New Window)
    This website contains a variety of great resources, tools, links to articles and publications, and community success stories on a variety of topics, including community energy, green development, and sustainable business.
  61. United Nations: Commission on Sustainable Development (New Window)
    The CSD ensures the high visibility of sustainable development issues within the UN system and helps to improve the UN's coordination of environment and development activities.
  62. U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Homepage (New Window)
    The mission of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is working with others to conserve, protect, and enhance fish and wildlife and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people.
  63. America's Wetlands (New Window)
    This site will give you a better understanding of the rich variety of wetlands, their importance, how they are threatened, and what can be done to conserve them for future generations.
  64. Argus Clearinghouse: Sustainable Development (New Window)
    Directory of sustainable development web sites.
  65. Animal Diversity Web (New Window)
    "Includes information about the structure and classification of animals, basic concepts of ecology and evolutionary biology, brief reports on dozens of animals, and lots of pictures."
  66. Alternative Technology Association (New Window)
    A non-profit community group that aims to use and promote environmentally friendly technology, including renewable energy sources such as the sun, wind and water; building with natural materials and conserving energy.
  67. Recycler's World (New Window)
    A world wide trading site for information related to secondary or recyclable commodities, by-products, used and surplus items or materials.
  68. Energy and Environmental Research Center (New Window)
    The philosophy of the EERC is to improve global quality of life by providing leadership in visionary multidisciplinary research and development leading to demonstration and commercialization of innovative, clean, efficient energy technologies.
  69. Recycle.com (New Window)
    The place to turn for recycling and composting expertise.
  70. Greenpeace: Ozone Crisis (New Window)
    Details Greenpeace's "Protect the Ozone Layer" campaign and up-to-date news and resources.
  71. The World's Shortest Comprehensive Recycling Guide (New Window)
    Great list of basic recycling tips and categories.
  72. National Resources Defense Council (New Window)
    NRDC is a not-for-profit environmental advocacy group that uses law, science, and the support of our 400,000+ members to protect the planet's wildlife and wild places and to ensure a safe and healthy environment for all living things.
  73. World Wildlife Fund: Climate (New Window)
    Mission: "By 2001 we aim to ensure that industrialized nations set in motion a permanent downward trend in their domestic emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) - the leading global warming gas - as a first step towards substantial reductions in emissions by 2010."
  74. Center for Clean Air Policy (New Window)
    Seeks to promote and implement innovative solutions to major environmental and energy problems which balance both environmental and economic interests.
  75. EcoWorld (New Window)
    EcoWorld provides internet users comprehensive information on the state of planetary ecosystems and projects underway, everywhere, to preserve and restore species and ecosystems.
  76. The International Carnivorous Plant Society (New Window)
    ICPS is an organization of horticulturists, conservationists, scientists, and educators all interested in sharing knowledge and news of carnivorous plants.
  77. Environmental Support Center (New Window)
    "Supporting the environmental movement from the grassroots up."
  78. EPA Global Warming Page (New Window)
    Learn about the global warming problem and what is and can be done to revese its effects.
  79. The American Solar Energy Society (New Window)
    ASES is a national organization dedicated to advancing the use of solar energy for the benefit of U.S. citizens and the global environment.
  80. National Oceanic and Atmospherics Administration (New Window)
    NOAA guides our use and protection of ocean and coastal resources and conducts research to improve our understanding and stewardship of the environment which sustains us all.
  81. National Wetlands Inventory (New Window)
    The NWI project was established to generate information about the characteristics, extent and status of the Nation's wetlands and deepwater habitats.
  82. Conservation Technology Information Center (New Window)
    Promotes environmentally and economically beneficial natural resource systems.
  83. Global Environmental Options (New Window)
    GEO seeks to restore a balance between the built and natural environment by bringing attention to the impact that buildings and planning have on the environment and biodiversity.
  84. Wildlife Tracker (New Window)
    "The animal and environmental search engine." Includes animal guide and wildlife news.
  85. Planet first 2000 (New Window)
    Aim is to provide helpful information and resources to individuals so they may easily and positively take actions in their own way in their own homes, local community or broader communities to assist the environment.
  86. EcoWise (New Window)
    The Non-Toxic, sustainable, educational store....naturally.
  87. The Ramsar Convention on Wetlands (New Window)
    Track the progress of the 1971 intergovernmental treaty which provides the framework for national action and international cooperation for the conservation and wise use of wetlands and their resources.
  88. Pollution Prevention Institute (New Window)
    The Pollution Prevention Institute (PPI) assists small businesses to efficiently and economically reduce and control their wastes.
  89. United Nations World Meteorological Organization (WMO) (New Window)
    World Meteorological Organization coordinates global scientific activity in several areas, including: air pollution research, climate change and ozone depletion studies.
  90. Ozone Action (New Window)
    Washington, DC based non-profit public interest organization focused exclusively on two atmospheric threats: global warming and stratospheric ozone depletion.
  91. Transact (New Window)
    Proponents of smart growth. Includes the latest transportation and quality of life campaign reports.
  92. Environmental Concern Inc. (New Window)
    A non-profit organization dedicated to wetland restoration, research, and education since 1972.
  93. Wetlands Activities Department of the Interior (New Window)
    Provides information on government conservation initiatives, including the President's national goal of no net loss of wetlands.
  94. EcoWorld (New Window)
    Information and answers about Earth's energy & food supply, species, ecosystems and projects to preserve them.
  95. SaveRainforest.net (New Window)
    Click on the "Save Rainforest" button to help preserve the rainforest.
  96. Wetlands Regulation Center (New Window)
    Acts as a service to all persons interested in the laws, policies and regulations concerning activities regulated under Sections 401 and 404 of the Clean Water Act in waters of the United States, including wetlands.
  97. EcologyFund (New Window)
    Help protect rainforests, wildlife and parks by donating land.
  98. Florida Solar Energy Center (New Window)
    FSEC is the largest and most active state-supported renewable energy and energy efficiency research, training and certification institute in the United States.
  99. Wilderness Committee (New Window)
    Canadian citizen-funded wilderness preservation organization.
  100. Facts about Energy Saving Light Bulbs (New Window)
    Energy Saving Light Bulbs.


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