General Web Resources
- Environmental Research Letters:
A free environmental e-journal.
- Grist Environmental News and Humor:
Good selection of environmental news stories suitable for all audiences.
- Rocky Mountain Institute Library (RMI):
Contains reports from the famed Colorado resource efficiency think-tank.
- National Resource Defense Council (NRDC):
Hard to navigate site, but it contains lots of great information.
A blog with news about sustainable lifestyles and products.
- Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education:
Provides great resources for members.
- The Worldwatch Institute:
Authors of the annual "State of the World," and similar series of reports, Worldwatch provides a vision for a more sustainable world.
- SustainLane Government:
Best practice guides for government. Requires registration.
- Community Based Social Marketing:
Best practice guides for communities.
- Department of Energy :
Can be a little difficult to navigate, but is a good source of information.
- Energy Information Administration:
U.S. Government's energy statistics.
- Energy Star:
Energy Star identifies and labels energy efficient appliances. Their site is a good source for general energy statistics, products, and home improvement tips.
- Flex Your Power :
Features product guides, energy saving tips, and much more, including an email newsletter.
- National Transportation Statistics :
Statistics on the U.S. Transportation system, including miles driven by type of vehicle and other information.
- Wiser Earth:
A brand new networking site connecting organizations, resources, and ideas from around the world-overflowing with information.
- NREL has a Renewable Energy Picture Database. You have to know what you're looking for, but it has some really nice photos.
- Natural Capitalism by Paul Hawken, Amory Lovins, and L. Hunter Lovins.
This book has aptly been described as being, to this day and age, as The Wealth of Nations was to the Industrial Revolution. An essential for anyone who wants to be successful in and beyond the second industrial revolution. Book available in free pdf form here.
- Plan B 2.0 by Lester Brown
Free pdf download.
General Print Resources
Author: Nick Enge
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