Links to Some of Our Favorite "Green" Websites
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Grist — An e-zine delivering news and news-you-can-use on pivotal environmental topics.
TreeHugger — The go-to guide and news feed for sustainable living.
Dot Earth (The New York Times) — A must-read newspaper blog.
Climate Change (Guardian) — Britain's fresh, smart, and edgy take on climate.
RealClimate — An assembly of climate researchers gives readers a straightforward presentation of the physical evidence for global warming.
Environmental Capital (WSJ Blogs) — A live textbook for understanding the hole we're in, and how we're trying to climb out of it — even as we dig ourselves deeper.
No Impact Man — One man's exploration of the green lifestyle and the trends that will move nations to follow his lead.
EcoGeek — Highlights of the minor miracles that promise to make our world cleaner, plus practical guides for "decarbonizing" your life.
Ecorazzi — What rock stars, fashion designers, actors and other celebs are doing to green the Earth.
Switchboard — One-stop shopping for commentary on far-flung topics, provided by a bullpen of Natural Resources Defense Council specialists monitoring the changes we face within the shadow of a changing climate.
Mongabay — News, commentary, and educational material about the world's biological treasures, from the Congo to the Pacific Rim to the Amazon.
ClimateEthics — A mature, dispassionate look at how global warming changes the meaning of personal and aggregate right and wrong.
Climate Progress — A one-man anti-disinformation clearinghouse, countering bad science and inane rhetoric with original analysis delivered sharply, usually with humor or incredulity, or both.
WorldChanging — Hidden opportunities for smarter living: products, ideas, trends, and sustainable conveniences.
PlanetArk — A steady ticker of wire stories covering all topics from Acid Rain to Zoos, complemented by the site's own green campaigns designed to propel Australia toward a more sustainable future.
WillYouGreen — A one-stop source for all your Green, Organic and eco-friendly needs.
GreenPeople — A directory of eco-friendly and holistic health products, from organic food to home improvement.
Other Websites of Interest
etsy — Online marketplace to buy and sell all things handmade.
AgileBrands — Offering promotional computer bags, backpacks and more with competitive pricing and fast turnarounds.
WrapCycle by GMBD — Home of the LapTopWrap
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