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  • • 350.org
    What Is 350?

    350 represents the maximum number of parts per million(PPM) of CO2 that should be permitted in our atmospherre.

    Click now to find out
    why we should care about 350.

  • • 7 Billion & Counting
    World Population:
    7 Billion & Counting

    World population could reach 10 billion by 2099

    Overpopulation and overconsumption are the root causes of environmental destruction.

    That’s why the Center for Biological Diversity has launched an ambitious new national campaign.

  • • Alaska Wilderness League
    Alaska Wilderness League

    The League exists to lead the effort to preserve Alaska\s wilderness by engaging citizens, sharing resources, collaborating with other organizations, educating the public, and providing a courageous, constant and victorious voice for Alaska.

    Member of the Alaska Coalition.

  • • Aliance to End Plastic Waste
    Promoting a Circular Enonomy

    WBCSD is the founding strategic partner for the Alliance to End Plastic Waste (AEPW). The Alliance was founded by companies that make, use, sell, process, collect and recycle plastics. It is a unique cross-value chain initiative and provides a framework for companies dedicated to fighting plastic waste in the environment.

    Comprised of more than 40 major global companies, the Alliance has a goal of initially funding USD $1.5 billion over five years, to develop and accelerate solutions that minimize and manage plastic waste, to catalyze additional investments, and to promote solutions such as reuse, recycling and recovery.

  • • American Forests
    Roots Than Run Deep

    Since our founding in 1875, we have been the pathfinders for the forest conservation movement. In the early 1900s, for example, we rallied forest advocates to champion creation of the U.S. Forest Service. In 2018, we won a decade-long campaign persuading Congress to provide stable funding for preventing and fighting forest fires.

    Now we are focused on building a reforestation movement in America, from cities to large, rural landscapes. We all rely on forests in order to survive and thrive, given the power they have to filter our air and water, provide jobs, mitigate climate change and more. But our forests are being degraded and destroyed at a rapid pace and large scale.

    If we take care of our forests, they will take care of us.

  • • American Solar Energy Society
    American Solar
    Energy Society (ASES)

    Established in 1954, this nonprofit is the nation's leading association of solar professionals & advocates. Mission is to inspire an era of energy innovation and speed the transition to a sustainable energy economy. They advance education, research and policy.

  • • American Wind Energy Assoc.
    The American Wind
    Energy Association (AWEA)

    An organization dedicated to the promotion of wind power, legislative efforts and news.

  • • ANOVA
    It's All About Sustainability

    Doing good and doing well aren’t mutually exclusive. Anova’s remote monitoring tools help your profits and the environment.

  • • Anthropocene Magazine
    Welcome to the Anthropocene

    Join thousands of researchers, policymakers and educators who rely on our Weekly Science Dispatch to keep up to date on the latest sustainability science.

  • • Arcadia Power
    Clean Energy for All

    Join the clean energy movement.

    With a simple 2 minute sign up, you can start directing your monthly energy bill to 100% renewable sources. All without having to touch a thing on your property.

  • • Arkive of Endangered Species
    Arkive of Endangered Species

    Explore 15,000 of the world’s endangered species. With over 100,000 photos and videos, discover what these animals, plants and fungi look like, what makes them special and why we should protect them.

    Click now to begin your discovery.

  • • Audubon Society
    The Audubon Society

    Mission: to conserve and restore natural eco-systems,focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity.

    Click now for their
    beautiful website.

  • • Beyond Carbon
    Largest-Ever Coordinated Campaign
    Against Climate Change in U.S.

    In a commencement address at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Michael R. Bloomberg launched 'Beyond Carbon,' the largest coordinated campaign to tackle climate change ever undertaken in the United States. With a $500 million investment — the largest ever philanthropic effort to fight the climate crisis

    Beyond Carbon will work to ­put the U.S. on track towards a 100% clean energy economy by working with advocates around the country to build on the leadership and climate progress underway in our states, cities, and communities.

    Click now for more on Beyond Carbon.

  • • Beyond Oil & Gas
    Co-Chaired By the Governments of Denmark and Costa Rica

    The Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance (BOGA) is an international alliance of governments and stakeholders working together to facilitate the managed phase-out of oil and gas production. Led by the governments of Denmark and Costa Rica, the alliance aims to elevate the issue of oil and gas production phase-out in international climate dialogues, mobilize action and commitments, and create an international community of practice on this issue.

  • • BioIntegrity
    Promoting the World’s Most
    Global Environmental Solutions

    This LLC began in December 2014 as an experiment in fundraising. The operation currently works to connect altruistic donors to today’s most globally beneficial responses to climate change and the biodiversity extinction crisis.

    It’s done by raising funds for strategic conservation of the world’s most productive ecosystems. This approach offers our donors the most affordable and effective way to build a bright, long-term environmental future at global scale.

    Click now for more on BioIntegrity.

  • • Bloomberg NEF
    Today’s Potential-
    Tomorrow’s Technologies

    Nov. 18, 2019  (BloombergNEF) — It's a leading provider of primary research on clean energy, advanced transport, digital industry, innovative materials, and commodities.

    With a team of experts spread across six continents, BloombergNEF (BNEF) leverages the world’s most sophisticated data sets to create clear perspectives and in-depth forecasts that frame the financial, economic and policy implications of industry-transforming trends and technologies.

  • • Breakthrough Energy Ventures
    What Is Breakthrough Energy Ventures?

    To provide everyone in the world with access to reliable, affordable power, food, goods, transportation, and services without contributing to greenhouse gas emissions will not be an easy job. Developing the tools we need will require broad investment across a landscape of innovation—and no investor or group of investors can do this alone.

    Breakthrough Energy is committed to encouraging a wide network of public and private capital to work together to solve the problem.

    Click now for more.

  • • Bring on the Butterflies
    Bring on the Butterflies
    A How To Guide

    A butterfly garden is a place butterflies love to flutter to. It takes just a few things to make one in your yard. (No yard? How about a balcony, a window box, or your school grounds?)

  • • C-40 Cities
  • • Campaign Earth
  • • Cap'n Dividend
  • • Climate Mama
    Climate Mama
    It's your child's planet

    You are a mother, a father, a grandparent, an uncle, an aunt, a teacher or a child at heart. When you hear the Native American saying, “We don’t inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children”, it makes you stop for a moment and think.

    Click now to learn more
    about this imaginative website.

  • • Climate Nexus
    Dedicated to Changing
    the Conversation on Climate
    Change and Clean Energy

    -Founded in 2011, Climate Nexus works to change the conversation on climate change and clean energy from an argument to a constructive search for solutions.

    With backgrounds spanning science, journalism, government, public affairs, corporate sustainability, consulting, policy and filmmaking, our team brings these diverse skills to partners in the science, business, public health, environmental and policy fields. For more about us, visit the Team page.

    Climate Nexus leverages all forms of communication to tell the stories of the people impacted by climate change and those driving the energy transition. To achieve these goals, we work with the media, non-profits, community organizations, business leaders and policymakers.

    Click now to learn more about Climate Nexus.

  • • Climate Parents
    Climate Parents

    Climate Parents is a national organization of diverse parents and families mobilizing for climate and clean energy solutions. They harness the grassroots power of parents to influence policymakers for bold climate action. They work for solutions at the local, state, national and international level. They are motivated by love and concern for all children.

    Click now to learn more
    about Climate Parents.

  • • Climate Reality Project
    Al Gore's
    Climate Reality Project

    Climate change is not your fault for the car you drive, the lights you turn on, or the food you eat. The climate crisis is our problem. Real, systemic, and innovative solutions, can only come when we address it together.

    Click now to learn more
    about The Climate Reality Project.

  • • Climate Science
    Legal Defense Fund
    Protecting Scientists from
    the Anti-Science Movement

    Science is under siege. Anti-science groups and individuals seek to delegitimize, interfere with, and undermine facts and evidence that threaten their financial interests and ideological beliefs.

    Aggressive legal action, harassment, and even death threats are standard occurrences for climate researchers. We fight for scientists and defend scientific integrity by exposing and challenging these attacks against science to preserve academic freedom and prevent manipulation of public policy.

    Click to learn all about it.

  • • Climate Signals (Where to get them)
    Get Your Climate Signals Here
    An Inventory of Climate Change Impact Reports

    Many events are linked to climate change by virtue of fitting a long-term trend. For example, the record-breaking ‘once in one thousand years’ rains that drove the recent Nashville flood is part of the long-term trend of increasing heavy precipitation events in the Southeastern U.S. that has been fully documented and firmly attributed to climate change.

    Click to read the supporting evidence.

  • • Climate Solutions Caucus
    What is the Climate
    Solutions Caucus?

    It's a bipartisan group in the US House of Representatives which will explore policy options that address the impacts, causes, and challenges of our changing climate. The caucus was founded in February of 2016 by two south-Florida representatives Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-FL) and Rep. Ted Deutch (D-FL), who serve as co-chairs of the caucus.

    Click to learn all about it.

  • • Climate Trace
    Making Meaningful Climate Action Faster/Easier By Independently Tracking Greenhouse Gas Emissions With Unprecedented Detail and Speed

    Climate TRACE’s emissions inventory is the world’s first comprehensive accounting of GHG emissions based primarily on direct, independent observation. Our innovative, open, and accessible approach relies on advances in technology to fill critical knowledge gaps for all decision makers that rely on the patchwork system of self-reporting that serves as the basis for most existing emissions inventories.

    Just ask Al Gore.

    Click now to learn more
    about Climate Trace.

  • • The Climate Trust
    What is Climate Trust All About?

    Mission: Building upon a legacy of innovation and leadership in the carbon market, The Climate Trust accelerates the pace of carbon mitigation through conservation finance.

    We value air, water and soil through the development, purchase and sale of qualified offsets and a relentless investment in people and projects with environmental purpose.

    Click now to learn more
    about The Climate Trust.

  • • Climate Truth -
    the Climate Never Lies
    Fight Denial, Distortion,
    Disinformation that Block
    Bold Action on the Climate

    The Problem: Polluters and their allies continue to deny the reality of climate change and spread lies about climate solutions.

    The Solution: Run people-powered campaigns that isolate deniers, combat disinformation, and spread the truth about climate solutions.

    Click for much more information
    and real solutions.

  • • Climate W/O Borders
    (Knows No Limits)
    Since the Earth is Really One
    Neighborhood, This Seems Appropriate

    Climate without Borders will gather and spread information coming from the weather colleagues, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), and other appropriate organizations like Climate Central, Weatherrisk, International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Climate Home, European Climate Foundation, Copernicus, IMEC, RVO-Society, VITO, Cicero…

    Click now for more.

  • • Climeworks
  • • Coalition for Rainforest Nations
    Coalition for Rainforest Nations
    Yes, They Need One

    The Coalition for Rainforest Nations (CfRN or the ‘Coalition) assists tropical governments, communities and peoples responsibly manage their rainforests. Healthy rainforests protect against a changing climate, generate needed biodiversity and provide safe habitats.

    Launched by Coalition members in 2005, the United Nation’s REDD+ Mechanism, designed to incentivize conservation and contribute to the battle against climate change, now includes around 90% of the world’s remaining rainforests. A first in human history!

    But, it’s only the beginning. To succeed, rainforests must be valued more alive than dead!

    Click now to learn more
    and how you can help.

  • • Copernicus Atmospheric Monitoring
    Carbon Monitor and CAMS Team Up to Provide Up-to-Date CO2 Emissions Estimates for Europe

    Monitoring anthropogenic carbon dioxide (CO2) and its emissions is a challenging but vital task to mitigate global warming. The Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) and Carbon Monitor collaborate to provide near-real time daily CO2 emission estimates for six activity sectors in the European Union and United Kingdom through the CAMS website.

    Launched by Coalition members in 2005, the United Nation’s REDD+ Mechanism, designed to incentivize conservation and contribute to the battle against climate change, now includes around 90% of the world’s remaining rainforests. A first in human history!

    Explore the Activity-based anthropogenic emissions section of the website.

    Click now for more.

  • • CO2 Now- (Moana Loa Observatory
    Tracking Those Carbon Emissions

    CO2 is the chief greenhouse gas that results from human activities and causes global warming and climate change. To see whether enough is being done at the moment to solve these global problems, there is no single indicator as complete and current as the monthly updates for atmospheric CO2 from the Mauna Loa Observatory.

    Click now to learn more
    about CO2 Now.)

  • • Community Carbon Trees
    About Community Carbon Trees:

    Community Carbon Trees plants biodiverse tropical forests to grow our global community. We connect you with the men and women of Costa Rica who are paid to plant trees. Our mission:

    • Combat climate change
    • Create resilient community economics
    • Grow biodiverse habitats

  • • Conservation Foundation
    of the Gulf Coast
    Conservation Foundation
    of the Gulf Coast

    On Fla.the Gulf Coast, water is a powerful force in our lives and it makes this a cherished destination and home for many.

    This is a private, nonprofit land trust working to save land that defines the character and ecology of our region. They save land - FOREVER.

    • Holding conservation agreements and owning nature preserves

    • Educating for responsible land stewardship

    • Collaborating with individuals, organizations and communities

    Click now to learn more
    about this foundation.

  • • Control Growth Now
    Control Growth Now - Save Sarasota!

    For over 25 years, Control Growth Now has attempted to protect and enhance all that makes Sarasota County a special place to live, work and visit

    Click now to learn more
    about Control Growth Now.

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  • • The Daily Green
    The Daily Green Consumer's
    Guide to the Green Revolution

    Features news, tips, seasonal recipes and community photos, with a host of bloggers and contributors, whose features cover a variety of topics., They include gardening, nutrition and food safety; saving money and energy at home, in the car and everywhere else.

    They provide the latest research about global warming and the health risks of chemicals and toxic toys; as well as unique topics you'll find nowhere else (like that architectural marvel, the shipping container home).

  • • David Suzuki Foundation
    David Suzuki Foundation—One Nature

    Always grounded in sound evidence, the David Suzuki Foundation empowers people to take action in their communities on the environmental challenges we collectively face. We’re One Nature.

    Click now for more information.

  • • Defenders of Wildlife
    Defenders of Wildlife
    They Sure Could Use Some

    When it was first created, the organization boasted only one full-time employee and 1,500 members who made it their mission to protect coyotes and other furred animals from steel-jawed leg hold traps and lethal poisons.

    It now employs over 150 dedicated professionals and is supported by more than 500,000 members nationwide.

  • • Dirty Oil Money
    Is Your Legislative
    Representative on the Take?

    We inspire and train diverse youth to be effective leaders in the environmental, climate and social justice movements. Through the power of art, music, storytelling, civic engagement, and legal action, we’re creating impactful solutions to some of the most critical issues we face as a global community.

  • • Earth Ethics
    Adressing Environment, Education,
    Sustainability and Planning

    Earth Ethics, specializes in ecological assessments, land-use, water-quality, air quality, and environmentally – based outreach and education.

    The MISSION of Earth Ethics is to educate the public and increase awareness about environmental and social issues at local, regional, and global levels in an effort to engage, empower, and encourage public involvement towards positive resolutions.

    Click to learn more about them.

  • • Earth Guardians
    Earth Guardians
    (Well, someone has to do it)

    We inspire and train diverse youth to be effective leaders in the environmental, climate and social justice movements. Through the power of art, music, storytelling, civic engagement, and legal action, we’re creating impactful solutions to some of the most critical issues we face as a global community.

    Click to learn more about them.

  • • Earth Justice
    Earth Justice
    It Could Use Some

    What the Earth needs is a good lawyer! Today’s environmental challenges are greater than ever. But we live in a country of strong environmental laws—and Earthjustice holds those who break our nation’s laws accountable for their actions.

    Click to see all
    the things they do.

  • • Earth Policy Institute
    The Earth Policy Institute
    With a plan to save civilization

    This website is one of the most comprehensive environmental sites you are likely to come across.

    Its leader, Dr. Lester Brown, is applauded in many circles where consideration od the dangers to our environmental is of paramount concern.

  • • Earth Rights International
    An International Watchdog

    “I have interviewed thousands of victims of human rights abuses and listened to their stories of their suffering and their loss. More and more, I have come to realize that when these people describe the abuses to me, they are also talking about problems that are connected to the environment: the boys and girls who are ordered at gunpoint to work on a logging road after their village has been forcibly relocated; the fisherman who lost his livelihood when international trawlers forced him out of the Andaman Sea.

    Are these human rights or environmental issues? Those of us who have been dedicated to protecting humans and those who have focused on the environment must recognize that we work at cross purposes if we do not work together.”

    – Ka Hsaw Wa, Co-Founder and Executive Director, EarthRights International

  • • EarthShare
    Actions for a Healthier Planet

    EarthShare was founded in 1988 by America’s leading national environmental and conservation organizations with a clear mission: connecting workplaces to environmental causes. Today, EarthShare is your 501(c)(3) partner working at the intersection of the environmental community and corporate America to amplify sustainability efforts by galvanizing the power of employees. With an established member network of nearly 600 of America’s most respected nonprofits behind us, we help channel the passion for purpose in an evolving workforce to ensure a sustainable future.

    See the list of EarthShare member organizations working to protect our water, air, land, and wildlife, and the state affiliates and chapters who represent them.

  • • EcoSense Solutions
    Sustainable Water Conservation

    EcoSense Solutions, Inc. is an entrepreneurial company that is focused on addressing the current and future issues of water shortages throughout the USA and the world.

    It has developed a line of products that prevent leaks, floods, and the resulting water waste in toilets, sinks and showers. With patented technology, these products have consistently proven effective in substantially reducing water usage and its related costs. Its flagship Aqua Mizer System is a multi-faceted solution for property owners and managers of hotels, apartment facilities and other multi-unit residential properties.

    Click now for more information.

  • • EcoStewards Alliance
    Virginia Based Environmental Organization

    Our programs focus on reducing consumption and living more lightly on the Earth. The programs encourage individual choices aligned with personal and environmental balance that enhance our quality of life and support a sustainable future.

    Click now for more on this environmental group.

  • • Eden Projects
    Eden Projects (Mission and Vision)

    Eden Reforestation Projects is a 501c3 non-profit whose mission is to provide fair wage employment to impoverished villagers as agents of global forest restoration. We hire the poorest of the poor to grow, plant, and guard to maturity native species forest on a massive scale. Our “employ to plant methodology” results in a multiplication of positive socio-economic and environment measures.

    By the year 2025 our objective is to plant a minimum of 500 million trees each year and to offer hope through the employment of tens of thousands of people in countries where extreme poverty is rampant.

    By keeping our overhead costs low, we are now recognized as one of the most cost-effective reforestation projects on the planet. While our primary goal is to lift people out of extreme poverty, we have also become a model for environmental restoration and land management.

  • • Electromobility
    Electromobility Europe

    Increasing awareness on climate change, the scale of the challenges involved, and the pressing need to prepare for a post-petrol future have prompted most of the world’s developed countries to step up the research, trialling and deployment of transport systems that use more energy-efficient and less petrol fuel-dependent vehicles.

    In response to the second objective on petrol dependency, electric power offers a potentially groundbreaking solution, provided that the production supply chain does not emit too much CO2.

  • • Endangered Earth Online
    Endangered Earth Online (EEO)

    The weekly e-newsletter of the Center for Biological Diversity. You can join the ranks of 315,000 supporters who receive the most up-to-date news on their work each week, delivered straight to your e-mail address.

    Click now to sign up to get their weekly e-newsletter, and learn more about EEO.

  • • Feed-In Tariffs Defined
    What are Feed-In Tariffs?

    They are simply payments per kilowatt-hour for electricity generated by a renewable resource. <p>In North America this idea is known by many different names: Electricity Feed Laws, Feed-in Laws, Feed-in Tariffs (FITs), Advanced Renewable Tariffs (ARTs), Renewable Tariffs, and more recently Renewable Energy Payments

    Click now to learn how these can be used to offset the cost of renewable energy production.

  • • First Energy
    Making the Environment Better

    Mission: Preserving and protecting the environment is a key part of our mission and business strategy. We conduct sustainable operations designed to comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws, and we continually work to reduce our impact on the environment. We meet best-practice standards in asset construction and management, emissions control, permitted discharges, waste management, and the health, safety and general welfare of our employees and communities.

    Click now to learn more about them.

  • • Florida Conservation Coalition
    Protecting and Conserving Florida’s Land, Fish & Wildlife, and Water Resources

    Our focus is ensuring that state safeguards are in place to protect and properly manage the supply and quality of Florida’s water resources. We support meaningful funding for land conservation to protect sensitive natural lands, protect water resources and wildlife habitat, as well as offer recreational opportunities to citizens and tourists. We support an effective state and regional process of managing growth and development to maintain and enhance the quality of life for present and future Floridians.

    Click now to learn more.

  • • Flla. Defenders of the Environment
    Florida Defenders of the Environment

    They Protect our springs, lakes, rivers, bays and wildlife

    FDE's CD Natural Florida: In Word, Image and Deed explores how artists, painters, photographers, musicians and writers have represented natural Florida from the 1500s to the present.

    Click now to learn more
    about these Florida environment defenders.

  • • Florida Green Building Coalition
    Florida Green Building Coalition

    Providing statewide green building programs with environmental and economic benefit

    The site includes a mapping tool for green projects, and much more.

    Click now to learn more
    about this coalition.

  • • Floridians For Solar Choice
    Floridians For Solar Choice

    Visit Floridians for Solar Choice, a grassroots citizens’ effort to allow more homes and businesses to generate electricity by harnessing the power of the sun. With the passage of HB 57 in Georgia in March, Florida is soon to be one of only four states in the nation that prohibit citizens from buying electricity from companies that will put solar panels on your home or business.

    This prohibition limits customer choice and blocks the growth of this abundant, clean homegrown energy source.

    Shouldn't the choice to harness solar power should be available to everyone?

  • • Follow the Oil Money
    The Best Congress
    Money Can Buy

    Apr.16, 2019 OilChange International: Challenging dirty energy's dominance of our democracy

    See which politicians benefited from the oil and gas industries. Both parties took part. What did those companies do for you?

    Better question: What are they doing to endanger you?

  • • Food & Water Watch
    Food &Water Watch

    Keeps a careful watch on the food industry

    They challenge the corporate control and abuse of our food and water resources by empowering people to take action and by transforming the public consciousness about what we eat and drink.

  • • ForestryDegree.net
    Promoting Forest
    and Woodland Conservation

    Forests and woodlands provide a great deal of economic value by filtering the water and air we breathe, providing habitat for creatures that are vital to the continued balance of the ecosystem, and providing the raw materials for wood and paper, which are integral to the manufacturing of many products


    Conserving and maintaining healthy forests and woodlands is in the best interest of anyone working in the field of forestry, or any field that depends on forests, such as:

    • Forestry, agroforestry, and land management.
    • Logging and timber industries
    • Construction

  • • Fossil Free
    Divestinng From Fossil Fuels

    Go Fossil Free is an organization that tracks divestment in fossil fuels thoroughout the world.

    These include corporations, NGOs, charities, nations and more.

  • • Free Solar Panels
    The Solar Panels Are Free,
    as Long as You
    Pay for the Power

    - SunEdison has installed solar arrays on top of three dozen Staples locations, including this store in Ontario, California. Staples only pays for the electricity it uses.

    The model has been running well in the market. SunEdison has installed more than 125 megawatts of solar energy companies such as Anheuser-Busch and Kohl’s and government agencies like the Department of Energy U.S.

    Thanks to this promising growth, Jigar Shah in 2009 sold for 315 million U.S. dollars SunEdison to MEMC, a manufacturer of semiconductors and solar panels based in Missouri. Shah has moved on and now runs an organization called Carbon War Room, founded by the chairman of Virgin Group, Richard Branson.

  • • Freshwaters Illustrated
    About Freshwaters Illustrated

    The Freshwaters Illustrated Mission is raising public awareness about the life, study, and conservation of freshwater ecosystems through immersive visual media and stories, and providing imagery and resources to scientists, educators, and media producers.

  • • Friends of the Earth
    Friends of the
    Earth Internationa

    The world's largest grassroots environmental network, campaigning on today's most urgent environmental and social issues.

    Links to national websites from Argentina to Uruguay.

  • • Frontier Group
    Providing Information and
    Ideas to Build a Healthier,
    More Sustainable America

    Their experts and writers deliver timely research and analysis that is accessible to the public, applying insights gleaned from diverse fields of knowledge to arrive at new ideas for solving pressing problems.

  • • FPL Generation Clean
    Florida Power and Light

    Provides helpful hints on energy saving, and their environmental committment.

  • • Future Earth
    About Future Earth

    They believe that research, innovation, and collaboration can transform the world toward sustainability. They harness the experience and reach of thousands of scientists and innovators from across the globe. Together, this global community facilitates research, mobilises networks, sparks innovation, and turns knowledge into action.

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  • • Global Greenhouse Warming
    Global Greenhouse Warming

    The overwhelming majority of scientists agree that our globe is undergoing major climate change. They also agree that the level of CO2 in the atmosphere is rising significantly.

    Click now to learn more.

  • • Global Witness
    Justice for Those Disproportionately Affected by the Climate Crisis

    Our goal is a more sustainable, just and equal planet. We want forests and biodiversity to thrive, fossil fuels to stay in the ground and corporations to prioritise the interests of people and the planet.

    Click now to learn more.

  • • Go Fossil-Free
    Dedicated to the World-wide
    Divestature of Fossil Fuels

    Stay up to date with latest from the fossil fuel divestment movement and get support to run your own campaign!

  • • Good Food Institute
    The Innovations of
    Our Generation Are Extraordinary.

    We work with scientists, investors, and entrepreneurs to make groundbreaking good food a reality. We focus on cultivated meat and plant-based alternatives to animal products—foods that are more delicious, safer to eat, and better for the planet than their outdated counterparts.

    Click now for their website.

  • • GCube
    Renewable Energy
    Insurance Specialists

    July 8, 2019 (GCube) -At GCube, renewable energy insurance is all they do.

    Having underwritten the very first utility-scale wind farms, they have been a specialist in renewable energy risks for over 25 years. They now insure over 100GW of projects under construction or in operation in 40 countries around the world, spanning both established and emerging renewable energy technologies.

    Click now to learn more about GQube.

  • • Global Citizen
    Planet for Healthy
    People & Vice Versa

    A healthy planet takes care of its people. Healthy people take care of the planet. Protecting the earth promotes the people who live on it. Improving the environment gives people the opportunity to survive and thrive in a world free of extreme poverty.

  • • Global Commission on Adaptation
    The Global Commission on Adaptation

    It was launched in The Hague on 16th October 2018 by 8th UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.

    The Commission launched with the mandate to encourage the development of measures to manage the effects of climate change through technology, planning and investment.

    Secretary General Ban Ki-moon leads the group with co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Bill Gates, and World Bank CEO, Kristalina Georgieva.

  • • Grantham Foundation
    Grantham Foundation for
    the Protection of the Environment

    It was founded in 1997 by Jeremy and Hannelore Grantham. Jeremy is Co-Founder and Chief Strategist of GMO, LLC, an investment management firm. Jeremy and Hannelore are both actively involved in setting the strategic direction of the Foundation.

  • • Gravitricty
    Fast, Long-life Energy Storage

    As the world generates more and more electricity from intermittent renewable energy sources, there is a growing need for technologies which can capture and store energy during periods of low demand and release it rapidly when required.

    Gravitricity is developing a novel storage technology which offers some of the best characteristics of lithium batteries and pumped storage.

  • • Green America
    Green America

    Our mission is to harness economic power—the strength of consumers, investors, businesses, and the marketplace—to create a socially just and environmentally sustainable society.

    We focus on these four areas for system transformation, insisting on social justice and environmental health across all sectors. We believe if we can get these right, the rest of the economy will follow:
    • Climate and clean energy
    • Sustainable food and agriculture
    • Responsible investing
    • Fair labor

  • • Green Car Journal
    Green Car Journal

    Green Car Journal aims to inform and entertain as it also provides food for thought. Our editors have been doing this for many years through the pages of the print Green Car Journal magazine, its GreenCarJournal.com online publication, and other media.

    We are veteran writers and auto enthusiasts driven to make a difference. Cars are important to us….we hope they’re important to you. In our view they are more than simply conveyances for traveling from one point to another. We believe in the joy of driving…the freedom that personal transportation provides and the ability, on a whim, to get behind the wheel and experience the thrill of the open road.out it.

  • • Green Celebrities
    Green Celebrities

    No, we are not talking about their complexions, but celebrities who care about the environment, and who are actively doing something about it.

    Some of it will surprise you.

  • • Green-e

    They certify environmental commodities and products that mitigate climate change and help build a sustainable energy future.

    Click to learn more.

  • • Heatspring Magazine
    Heatspring Magazine

    Features courses and stories on sustainability.

  • • Home Wind Turbines
    Home Wind Turbines

    Social Network for the Wind Energy Community.

    Up to date information about the wind industry, covering the entire Globe.

    Click now for info
    that's blowin' in the wind.

  • • Huffpost Green
    Huffington Post
    Environmental News

    Covers many of today's environmental issues, from Energy, Climate Change, Green Tech and more.

  • • Iberdrola
    Focus on the Environment

    Climate change is the big environmental problem that humanity will face over the next decade, but it isn't the only one. Iberdrola takes a look at some of them — from water shortages and loss of biodiversity to waste management — and discuss the challenges we have ahead of us.

    The third decade of the 21st century has begun and the environmental challenges we have ahead of us, set out in the UN's 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, are many. This global plan of action adopted in 2015 puts forward specific measures to achieve a world that is fairer, more prosperous and more respectful of the environment within ten years. In this regard, the UN itself warns that we are running late, and the question now is whether we still have time to save the planet.

  • • Ice911
    95% of Earth's Heat Shield is Gone

    Ice911’s solution can be thought of as a type of floating white sand. It’s made from a silicate glass which is mostly silicon dioxide (“silica”). Silica is a compound made of two of the earth's most abundant materials: silicon and oxygen. The mass of Earth’s crust is 59% silica, the main constituent of more than 95% of the known rocks.

    This is a safe choice for animals and ecosystems because all life on Earth has co-evolved with it in various forms on land, in our rocks, and dissolved in our oceans. It is a safe form of the material, large, amorphous and round enough to not cause harm to living creatures or the environment. And this material is bright and reflective, not like a transparent glass lens, but like reflective white sand or snow.

  • • Instituto Terra
    Instituto Terra (Earth Institute)

    This project is the result of an ambitious initiative taken in the late 1990s by Lélia Deluiz Wanick Salgado and Sebastião Salgado. Confronting environmental devastation in and around a former cattle ranch bought from Sebastião Salgado’s family near the town of Aimorés, in Brazil’s state of Minas Gerais, they decided to return the property to its natural state of subtropical rainforest.

    They recruited partners, raised funds and, in April 1998, they founded the Instituto Terra, an environmental organization dedicated to the sustainable development of the Valley of the River Doce.

  • • Interfaith Power & Light (IPL)
    Interfaith Power and Light

    Their mission is to be faithful stewards of Planet Earth by responding to global warming through the promotion of energy conservation, energy efficiency, and renewable energy. This campaign intends to protect the earth’s ecosystems, safeguard the health of the planet

  • • International Living Future
    International Living Future Institute

    Task is to encourage the creation of Living Buildings, Sites and Communities in countries around the world while inspiring, educating and motivating a global audience about the need for fundamental and transformative change.

  • • International Rivers
    International Rivers

    Since 1985,they have been at the heart of the global struggle to protect rivers and the rights of communities that depend on them.

  • • Intl. Union For
    Conservation of Nature
    The IUCN

    IUCN is a membership Union composed of both government and civil society organisations. It harnesses the experience, resources and reach of its more than 1,400 Member organisations and the input of more than 15,000 experts. This diversity and vast expertise makes IUCN the global authority on the status of the natural world and the measures needed to safeguard it.

  • • JustGreen Partnerships
    JustGreen Partnership

    Environmental Health & Justice for New Yorkers

    A clean and safe environment is every person’s birthright. It is not a privilege exclusively for the wealthy and well-connected, but a right for everyone. Safeguarding the natural environment can't be separated from promoting social justice.

    Click to learn more.

  • • Kids Vs. Global Warming
    Youth Activists Unite!

    Empowering youth to lead the green revolution.

    Kids vs Global Warming is a non-profit organization, committed to creating opportunities for youth to learn about science and solutions to take on climate change.


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  • • Land and Water Conservation Fund
    Land and Water Conservation Fund

    The Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) is America's most important program to conserve irreplaceable lands and improve outdoor recreation opportunities throughout the nation.

    The program works in partnership with federal, state and local efforts to protect land in our national parks, national wildlife refuges, national forests, national trails, and other public lands; to preserve working forests and ranchlands; to support state and local parks and playgrounds; to preserve battlefields and other historic and cultural sites; and to provide the tools that communities need to meet their diverse conservation and recreation needs.

  • • League of Conservation Voters
    League of Conservation Voters

    They keep tabs on elected officials' environmental track records, and dispelling fossil fuel industry myths.

    Well, somebody has to.

  • • League of Environmental Educators
    League of Environmental Educators

    They're committed to environmentally educating Florida's citizens, providing a network for awareness, communication and growth about Florida's natural environment.

    LEEF's mission is to promote environmental education at all levels and through a variety of methods and resources.

  • • LinkedIn Sustainability Resource Hub
    Resources to Help Your Organization Set, Measure, and Manage Its Sustainability Goals

    At LinkedIn, our mission is to help every member of our global community connect with economic opportunity. This includes helping companies and their workforces prepare for the green transition.

    That’s why we created this curated collection of resources that can help your organization on its sustainability journey, no matter what stage you’re in — from getting executive buy-in, to reducing your footprint, to scaling your impact with internal and external stakeholders.

  • • Living On Earth (LOE)
    And It's the Only Earth We Have

    Living on Earth with Steve Curwood is the weekly environmental news and information program distributed by PRX. Every week approximately 250 Public Radio stations broadcast Living on Earth's news, features, interviews and commentary on a broad range of ecological issues.

    LOE is located at the School for the Environment at the University of Massachusetts/Boston.

  • • Madiba & Nature
    Madiba & Nature

    We are a non-profit organization and work to promote the circular economy to ensure the conservation of nature and its biodiversity. We are green business researchers and entrepreneurs.

    Through an environmental education system, we want to help change people’s attitudes and bad habits about the management of plastic waste that degrades sensitive ecosystems.

  • • Mary Robinson Foundation
    for Climate Justice
    Principles of Climate Justice

    Climate justice links human rights and development to achieve a human-centred approach, safeguarding the rights of the most vulnerable people and sharing the burdens and benefits of climate change and its impacts equitably and fairly. Climate justice is informed by science, responds to science and acknowledges the need for equitable stewardship of the world’s resources.

  • • Modular Home Owners
    Modular Home
    Owners Recycling

    Guides for how you can recycle in various ways. New York City based.

    Ir's worth checking out.

  • • Mother Nature Network
    Mother Nature Has a Network
    And Now, So Do You

    Find news, videos, blogs and multimedia on green remodeling and building, gardening and landscaping and household products

  • • NASA’s Common
    Sense Climate Index
    NASA’s Common Sense Climate Index

    April 19,2017 - The index is a composite of several everyday climate indicators. It is expected to have positive values when warming occurs and negative values for cooling. If the Index reaches and consistently maintains a value of 1 or more, the climate change should be noticeable to most people who have lived at that location for a few decades.

    Click for a graphic portrayal.

  • • National Env. Law Center (NELC)
    National Environmental Law Center

    NELC is a non-profit litigation center founded in 1990 to enforce anti-pollution laws and protect public health and the environment. NELC attorneys work closely with state and local citizen groups by providing essential legal expertise to bring corporate polluters to justice.

  • • Nat. Renewable Energy Lab. (NREL)
    National Renewable Energy Laboratory

    REL focuses on creative answers to today's energy challenges. From fundamental science and energy analysis to validating new products for the commercial market, NREL researchers are dedicated to transforming the way the World uses energy.

  • • Nat.Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
    Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
    The Earth's Best Defense

    NRDC's mission is to preserve the plants, animals and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth, by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive

    Click now to get on the defense team.

  • • Nature Climate Change
    Nature Climate Change

    Understanding the Earth’s changing climate, and its consequences, is a scientific challenge of enormous importance to society. This is a monthly journal dedicated to publishing the most significant and cutting-edge research on the science of climate change, its impacts and wider implications for the economy, society and policy.

  • • Nature Conservancy
    Nature Conservancy - Florida
    Protecting nature - preserving life

    You depend on nature—The Nature Conservancy is here to help save it. They are working with you to make a positive impact around the world in 32 countries, all 50 United States and your backyard.

  • • Plant With Purpose
    What Plant With Purpose Does

    Plant With Purpose’s programs equip farming families around the world to increase farm yields, heal damaged ecosystems, improve nutrition, and increase household savings and opportunities. This integrated approach solves two major issues facing the world today: environmental degradation and rural poverty.

  • • Post Carbon Institute
    Post Carbon Institute (PCI)

    Founded in 2003, PCI's mission is to lead the transition to a more resilient, equitable, and sustainable world by providing individuals and communities with the resources needed to understand and respond to the interrelated economic, energy, and ecological crises of the 21st century.

  • • PowerShift
    Power Shift

    Don't like the power? Then Shift it!

    This youthful dynamic group continues to challenge the myths perpetuated by t he fossil fuel industry. Don't not be fossil fuelish enough to believe the hype.

    Click now to learn what
    this group is doing to combat it.

  • • Project Drawdown
    A Leading Resource
    For Climate Solutions

    Project Drawdown is a nonprofit organization and coalition of scholars, scientists, entrepreneurs, and advocates from across the globe that is mapping, measuring, modeling, and communicating about a collective array of substantive solutions to global warming, with the goal of reaching drawdown.

    Drawdown is the point in time when the concentration of greenhouse gases in the Earth's atmosphere begins to decline on a year-to-year basis. Project Drawdown has developed realistic, solution-specific models, technical assessments, and policy memos projecting the financial and climate impacts of existing solutions deployed at scale over the next thirty years.

  • • Project EvergreenSchools®
    Project Evergreen Schools®

    A Risk-Free Opportunity for Schools to Enjoy the Benefits of Renewable Energy Generation and Efficiencies. A fundamental aim of Project EverGREEN Schools® is to elevate public consciousness of environmental stewardship with active participation of our Nation’s youth. Engaging students and community members alike will be the key to our success.

  • • Rainforest Action Network
    Rainforest Action Network (RAN)

    Protecting forests and the rights of their inhabitants by campaigning to break America’s oil addiction, promote sustainable logging, and bring green ethics to Wall Street. And that can be a REAL challenge.

  • • Rainforest Trust
    Rainforest Trust
    Protecting the Planet's Critical Ecosystems

    Rainforest Trust purchases and protects the most threatened tropical forests, saving endangered wildlife through partnerships and community engagement. Every action we take now to protect rainforest will have a lasting impact on the future by maintaining our planet’s critical ecosystems.

  • • Real Organic Project
    Grassroots, Farmer-led Movement
    Created to Distinguish Soil-
    grown and Pasture-raised
    Products Under USDA Organic.

    Their mission is to grow people’s understanding of foundational organic values and practices; crops grown in soil and livestock raised on pasture are fundamental to organic farming.

    Their first goal is to create an add-on label to USDA certified organic to provide more transparency on organic farming practices.

  • • The Real Price of Gasoline
    What Does Gasoline Really Cost?

    The real number might shock you.

    Click to watch this informative video (only 5 minutes long). See how other nations price their gasoline, and why. If you think you're paying only about $3.00 per gallon, think again.

  • • R.E. 100
    The World’s Most
    Influential Companies,Committed
    to 100% Renewable Power

     RE 100 -RE100 is a collaborative, global initiative uniting more than 100 influential businesses committed to 100% renewable electricity, working to massively increase demand for - and delivery of - renewable energy.

    RE100 is brought to you by The Climate Group in partnership with CDP. Both organizations are part of the We Mean Business coalition, working with leading businesses around the world.

  • • REBA
    Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance

    They're a community of energy buyers, accelerating the zero-carbon energy future—greening the grid for all.

  • • Renewable Energy World
    Renewable Energy World

    If only that were the case...

    A great site for the reporting of world and national events concerning all renewable/Altrnative energy categories

  • • Repower America
    Repower America

    Launched in 2008 in a pioneering speech by Al Gore that hit the reset button on America’s clean energy goals, Repower America was first introduced as a bold plan to “repower” our country with 100% clean electricity and revitalize our national energy infrastructure.

  • • The Rights of Nature
    If Corporations Have Right,
    Why Can’t Nature?

    Rights of Nature is the recognition and honoring that Nature has rights.  It is the recognition that our ecosystems – including trees, oceans, animals, mountains – have rights just as human beings have rights. Rights of Nature is about balancing what is good for human beings against what is good for other species, what is good for the planet as a world.  It is the holistic recognition that all life, all ecosystems on our planet are deeply intertwined..

    Click now to learn more.
  • • Rising Seas Institute
    The Rising Seas Institute

    Flooding is getting worse in coastal communities all over the world. “100-year storms” and deluge rains are happening every couple of years.

    The organization expanded to Boulder, Colorado, in 2004, and 10 years later Carbon War Room merged with and began operating as part of RMI.

    • Sea level rise has passed a tipping point, is accelerating, and can no longer be stopped.

    • It is now estimated to be 1-2 feet higher by 2050 and as much as 8 feet higher by the end of the century.

    • During hurricanes and severe storms, even a few inches of higher sea level can cause flood water to breach seawalls and cause major damage to infrastructure.

    • Coastal communities will be in jeopardy with billions of dollars of assets going underwater, literally and financially.

  • • Rocky Mountain Institute
    The Rocky Mountain Institute

    Amory Lovins cofounded RMI in Snowmass, Colorado, to pioneer the soft energy path. RMI was initially housed in the Lovins’ private home, a passive solar, super-insulated showcase of efficiency technologies located at 8,000 feet elevation, and eventually moved into office space at John Denver’s Windstar Land Conservancy.

    The organization expanded to Boulder, Colorado, in 2004, and 10 years later Carbon War Room merged with and began operating as part of RMI.


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  • • Save Our Organic Food
    Save Our Organic Food

    Amory Lovins cofounded RMI in Snowmass, Colorado, to pioneer the soft energy path. RMI was initially housed in the Lovins’ private home, a passive solar, super-insulated showcase of efficiency technologies located at 8,000 feet elevation, and eventually moved into office space at John Denver’s Windstar Land Conservancy.

    The organization expanded to Boulder, Colorado, in 2004, and 10 years later Carbon War Room merged with and began operating as part of RMI.

  • • Saving Species
    Focusing on Projects
    That Save Species

    Yes, many organizations compete for your generous conservation dollar. They all do great jobs. But, let’s face it, typical approaches have had limited success at best. That’s why from the outset, the SavingSpecies founders wanted to be very clear about why SavingSpecies is different.

    Click now to read a one minute
    explanation why the SavingSpecies
    approach works for conservation.

  • • Sea Change
    Storytelling for Ocean Protection

    (SeaChange Project) -A team of media and science professionals dedicated to connecting people to the wild through incredible stories backed by scientific knowledge. Their goal is to contribute to the long-term protection of South Africa’s marine environment by making the Great African Seaforest a global icon. Our work includes films, books, exhibitions, marine biology research through living science, and impact campaigns.

    Craig Foster and Ross Frylinck founded the Sea Change Trust in 2012. Through hundreds of hours of underwater exploration, they and the Sea Change team have come to understand this unique environment and the community of creatures that lives within it. We also support the call to sustainably increase South Africa’s marine protected areas (MPAs).

  • • SeaJacks
    All About Offshore Wind

    Seajacks has performed on high profile renewable projects around the world, with an average of over 20 years’ experience in the energy industry.

    Their offshore crews work in conjunction with clients to provide the most practical solutions in the safest environments. Providing knowledge and dedicated client services has led to results that speak for themselves.

    Click now for more and to view wind power maps.

  • • Sea Level Rise Dot Org
    When it Comes to Sea Level Rise,
    Not Every State is the Same

    This site allows the viewer to select a state and see the comparisons. It also shows the difference between the three coasts (East, West and Gulf).

    Click now to make the comparisons.

  • • Sea Turtle Conservancy
    Information About Sea Turtles:
    Conservation Strategies

    To truly protect sea turtles around the world, many different countries and cultures must cooperate and share responsibility. International laws and agreements, research, and the work of dedicated organizations and individuals each must play a part. Long-term protection of sea turtles also means developing solutions that reduce reliance on management methods requiring direct human involvement — such as moving nests or raising hatchlings in captivity.

    If sea turtles can not survive and reproduce on their own, without help from humans, then they are doomed. Feeding and nesting grounds must be protected, and a public wildlife conservation ethic must be fostered that can withstand gaps in government regulations, pressure from private interests, and changes in the political climate.

    Click now for more information.

  • • Science and Environment Council
    Discover the New Climate
    Council of Sarasota-Manatee

    The Climate Council will work collaboratively to advance regional understandings of climate change through science and education and to help translate those understandings into planning and projects. It will connect organizations working on climate issues to support information sharing and collaboration.

    Click now for more.

  • • Shores Forward
    Part of Ocean Conservancy

    This is an all hands on deck moment. Helping Florida’s coasts means we have to work together. All levels of government must play a role – including City Hall.

    That’s why Ocean Conservancy is launching Shores Forward – a brand new partnership with local leaders in the fight to conserve Florida’s most treasured assets: our ocean and coasts. We’re excited that the first ever Shores Forward partnership is with the magic city, the city of Miami. The City of Miami is working with us to take action on water quality, marine wildlife, education and outreach, ocean trash, and carbon pollution.

    Now is the time to lean forward and show leadership for our shores.

  • • Sierra Club Environmental Law
    Sierra Club Green Environmental Law

    The Sierra Club has been the nation's leader in environmental litigation since the beginning. In 1971, the pioneering Sierra Club v. Morton lawsuit - a case challenging a proposed Walt Disney Resort in the Mineral King Valley - gave citizens the right to sue to enforce environmental laws.

  • • Sierra Club (Florida)
    The Sierra Club - Florida's Most
    Important Environmental Organization

    Explore, enjoy, and
    protect the wild places.

    • Practice and promote the responsible
    use of our ecosystems and resources

    • Restore the quality
    of the natural environment

    • Use lawful means to
    achieve these goals.

  • • Sierra Club (Manatee / Sarasota)
    The Sierra Club of Manatee/Sarasota

    They are dedicated to enjoying our environment while preserving it for future generations.

    Includes a bi-monthly newsletter, with stories affecting the local area, monthly guest presentations, and an extensive outings schedule.

  • • Sierra Club (National)
    The Sierra Club

    One of America's most active environmental organizations. -Mission:
    • To explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places
    • To practice and promote the responsible use of the earth's ecosystems and resources
    • To educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of environment
    • Use all legal means to carry achieve these goals.

  • • Skeptical Science
    Skeptical Science
    Explaining climate change science

    Scientific skepticism is healthy. Scientists should always challenge themselves to improve their understanding. This rarely happens with climate change denial.

    This website gets skeptical about global warming skepticism.

    Click now to see how.

  • • Smart Elec. Power Alliance (SEPA)
    Helping Us Transition to
    a Clean Energy Future

    Distributed Energy Resources (DER) are, and will increasingly be, a key resource in the portfolio of power system resources. DER are capable of delivering or offsetting energy, capacity, and ancillary services in a manner that fulfills both the legacy and the evolving regulatory compact.

    Click now for their website.

  • • Smart Energy Consumer
    Collaborative (SECC)
    Providing Consumers an Understanding of
    the Benefits of Smart Energy

    SECC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works to learn the wants and needs of energy consumers in North America, encourages the collaborative sharing of best practices in consumer engagement among industry stakeholders, and educates the public about the benefits of smart energy and energy technology.

    Click now for their website.

  • • Smithsonian Env. Research Center
    Understanding Ecosystems for a Sustainable Future

    A simple bequest, a defunct dairy farm, and an institutional secretary with a vision launched the evolution of one of the nation's leading environmental research centers. 

    In 1962, a southern Maryland dairy farmer named Mr. Robert Lee Forrest died. In his will, he bequeathed his 368-acre Java dairy farm and other holdings on the Rhode River in southern Anne Arundel County, Md., to the Smithsonian Institution. Initial discussions entertained the idea of selling the property to add to the Smithsonian's endowment. But the new incoming secretary, S. Dillon Ripley, persuaded the Institution to consider holding onto it and exploring the property's potential. 

    Click now for their website.

  • • Society for Env. Journalists
    Society for Environmental Journalists(SEJ)

    SEJ is the only North-American membership association of professional journalists dedicated to more and better coverage of environment-related issues. SEJ\’s mission is to strengthen the quality, reach and viability of journalism across all media to advance public understanding of environmental issues.

  • • South Florida Wildlands
    South Florida Wildlands (SFWA)
    Conserve & Protect

    SFWA was founded in 2010 to protect the unparalleled beauty and biodiversity of the greater Everglades.

    For over 10,000 years the home of diverse groups of native Americans including the Calusa, Tequesta, Mayaimi and later the Seminole and Miccosukee in South Florida has seen waves of newcomers come and go. Spain, England, the United States, and the Confederate States, have all staked claims here. In the modern era massive migrations from all directions have created a cultural melting pot of incredible richness and vitality

  • • Urban Ocean Lab
    Think Tank For
    the Future of Coastal Cities

    More than 65 million people—20% of the U.S. population—live in coastal cities, of which nearly 60% identify as BIPOC.

    We are unprepared for rising seas and storms, and historically-disadvantaged communities are often hit first and worst.

    Our safety, economies, cultures, and communities are at risk.

  • • U.U. Speaking of Climate
    Unitarian Universalist Climate Action

    As global warming/climate change results in more extreme weather—drought in some areas and flooding in others—poorer peoples and communities of color are often the most affected by these disasters even though they contribute the least to their causes.

    Their Unitarian Universalist (UU) spiritual values call for action on the personal, local, and national levels to adopt practices that will reverse those results, in ways that are just and equitable.

  • • Viable Cities Program
    Mission: Climate Neutral Cities 2030

    Viable Cities – the strategic innovation programme for smart, sustainable cities – is the largest research and innovation initiative taken in Sweden so far in the field of smart, sustainable cities.

    Viable Cities is led by KTH Royal Institute of Technology, and brings together around 60 stakeholders in various areas of research, industry, government, local authorities and civil society. The mission of Viable Cities is to achieve Climate Neutral Cities by 2030.

  • • Waste2Worth
    Waste to Worth 2019

    Waste to Worth brings together the nation’s best science on animal agriculture and the environment with:

    • Innovative outreach
    • Opportunities to meet and network with outstanding people
    • Mix with multidisciplinary specialists in a collaborative atmosphere

    This is a winning recipe for turning waste into worth!

  • • Wastezon
    Their Story

    Being the minds behind “Recycling For Environment” Campaign, The projects we implemented had been triggered by our passion for “green and sustainable World.” With 70 high school students enrolled in the campaign, we had challenged ourselves to create a great movement of young Eco fighters who were immersed in a week-long training in Musanze, Rwanda.

    Thanks to the support from Tunza Eco-Generation (Samsung Engeneering Initiative), we exposed those dedicated young students to principles of Recycling and practical skills of turning plastics into creative products. We are really proud of the impact this large network, continue to accomplish in their communities.

  • • WaterDotOrg
    Billions Affected Daily
    by Water Crisis

    We in the U.S.Take Our Water For Granted. Not the case for much of the rest of the planet.

    Billions in the world are handicapped daily by conditions in their environment. Today, 780 million people – about one in seven – lack access to clean water. 2.5 billion people, don’t have access to a toilet.

  • • Waterkeeper Alliance
    The Waterkeeper Alliance

    Their story started in 1966 when commercial and recreational fishermen, many of them veterans, united to save their river and formed the Hudson River Fishermen’s Association.

    These fishermen recognized that outspoken, citizen-led advocacy was the only way to ensure that laws were enforced and their river, livelihood and the health of their families were protected. They took on many of the nation’s biggest industrial polluters, and won.

  • • Watt Time
    The Power to Choose Clean Energy

    WattTime is a nonprofit that offers technology solutions that make it easy for anyone to achieve emissions reductions without compromising cost, comfort, and function.

    It’s the Environment’s Time for Watt Time

    Click now to learn more.

  • • WildEarth Guardians
    WildEarth Guardians:
    a Force for Nature

    WildEarth Guardians protects and restores the wildlife, wild places, wild rivers, and health of the American West.

    Driven by passion, they’ve tackled some of the West’s most difficult and pressing conservation challenges over the past three decades. They’ve celebrated small victories (banning leghold trapping in the state of Colorado), monumental triumphs (ending logging on more than 21 million acres in the Southwest), and everything in-between.

  • • Wildlife Watch (of Wildlife Trusts)
    Wildlife Watch is the
    Junior Branch of The Wildlife Trusts

    There are 150,000 Wildlife Watch members around the UK (and the Isle of Man and Alderney too) and hundreds of local Watch groups where young people get stuck into environmental activities. Taking part in Wildlife Watch is an exciting way to explore your surroundings and get closer to the wildlife you share it with.

    Click to learn more
    about this organization.

  • • World Animals Voice
    World Animals Voice -
    Yes, They Need One

    Teach your children the right thing!

    The sooner our youth learns to perceive brutality against animals as reprehensible, the more they take care that playing and dealing with animals does not turn into torture, the sooner they will understand in adults what is right and what is wrong for animals.

    “The child will first show mercy or cruelty to the animal, and then, when grown up, will be merciful and helpful, or relentless and selfish to others.” “Friedrich Froebel”

  • • World Green Building Council
    World Green Building Council

    They foster and support new and emerging Green Building Councils by providing them with the tools and strategies to establish strong organizations and leadership positions in their countries.

    e their founding in 1999, they have been working closely with councils to advance our common interests by promoting local green building actions, to address global issues such as climate change.

  • • World Ocean Initiative
    Their Activities

    This initiative translates the momentum and focus of the World Ocean Summit into a year-round program on the ocean that leverages the full capabilities of The Economist Group. Through carefully designed and sequenced research and knowledge-building, and by convening decision-makers across the ocean space, we aim to build new outcomes-focused agendas, and new constituencies, across our levers of change—financing, governance and innovation.

    The World Ocean Summit will beat at the heart of the World Ocean Initiative, providing an annual stage to mark progress across our own initiative, and elsewhere across the cutting edge of the global ocean agenda.

    Click now to learn
    more about this group.

  • • World Population Day
    World Population Day
    -Was July 11, 2019

    To learn more about our planet,
    teeming with people, click now.

  • • WorldWatch Institute
    WorldWatch Institute
    Vision for a Sustainable World

    Through research and outreach that inspire action, the the institute works to accelerate the transition to a sustainable world that meets human needs.

    Their top mission objectives are universal access to renewable energy and nutritious food, expansion of environmentally sound jobs and development, transformation of cultures from consumerism to sustainability, and an early end to population growth through healthy and intentional childbearing.

  • • World Wildlife Federation (WWF)
    World Wildlife Federation (WWF)

    WWF's goal is to build a future where people live in harmony with nature.

  • • The Wyss Foundation
    About the Wyss Foundation

    The Wyss Foundation is a private, charitable foundation dedicated to supporting innovative, lasting solutions that improve lives, empower communities, and strengthen connections to the land.

  • • Zero Waste:
    Sustainable Solutions Future
    A Sustainable Future
    From Zero Waste

    "Zero Waste: Solutions for a Sustainable Future" is an award-winning, crash-course Everything We Can Do to Save The Planet 101 that aims to equip its students with the tools necessary for changing the fate of humanity. We begin with an in-depth look at consumption, waste streams, and the materials that modern society is made of.

    Following that, we delve into the circular economy, cradle-to-cradle design, the industrialization of modern food, sustainable cities & architecture, climate change & politics, decarbonization, and more. This course is solutions-based, with scalable actions that you can implement in your life, community, and career to properly address the ecological crisis. Past students agree that it will invariably change your life and make you see the world differently.

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