Searching around for environmental sites I ran across a site called blog.thinkgreenmedia they have a list of very beneficial links to help or assist you with your “green living” lifestyle. I’ve listed the ones I thought were the most informative and I’ve added some.
For blogs or web sites that you’d like to suggest to have listed here, please leave a comment. We will review the link and add if it is appropriate. Thanks!
National Geographic’s Green Guide – Green Guide’s blog helps you wade through the greenwashing and complicated science. Green Guide writers tease out some of the most notable stories and trends, and provide tips on how you can meaningfully and easily green your own life.
aboutmyplanet.com – Has recent news about what’s going on around the world, tips, and a Q&A section about Alternative Energy, Conservation, Environment, Food & Diet, Gardening, Global Warming, Green Living, Green Technologies, Home Renovations, Hybrid Cars, Other, Politics, and Recycling.
treehugger – A leading media outlet dedicated to driving sustainability mainstream. Partial to a modern aesthetic, a site that strives to be a one-stop shop for green news, solutions, and product information. They publish an up to the minute blog, weekly and daily newsletters, weekly radio interviews, and regularly updated Twitter and Facebook pages.
The Nature Conservancy – You’ll find Nature Conservancy scientists and experts talking about conservation issues of moment — everything from migratory birds to coral reefs to rainforests to the intersection between humans and nature — in a uniquely rigorous, science-based way.
Oceana – Largest international organization focused solely on ocean conservation. Oceana’s blog about the latest ocean news, policy and science.
thegreenerblue – TGB is a network of surf-focused green bloggers and green-focused surf bloggers engaging visitors w/ a broad spectrum of information about sustainable and/or downright cool stuff from the surf culture, as well as ocean related environmental issues.
thegreenguide.com – Green Guide for Everyday Living makes living in an environmentally-aware way personal, practical and positive. Intended for general consumers, GREEN GUIDE shows people how to make small changes that add up to big benefits for their wallets, for their health, and, of course, for the health of the planet.
The Nature Conservancy – The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people.
Ocean Conservancy – An organization that has worked for over 35 years toward its goal of a wild, healthy ocean. This site increases public awareness of ocean issues and significant changes to the way oceans are managed.
Oceana – Protecting the worlds oceans. Largest international organization focused solely on ocean conservation
Surfrider Foundation -A non-profit grassroots organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of our world’s oceans, waves and beaches.
EPA – United States Environmental Protection Agency. Their mission is to protect human health and the environment. This site is filled with an abundance of information where you can learn about the issues, science and technology, and about the laws and regulations.