Resources

This page will eventually list all the environmental awareness and sustainability-related resources (websites, blogs, books, articles, etc.) I have have come across in my time. I’ve split things up by subject to make things more manageable. There is so much information out there, it can easily get overwhelming! Please, be patient with me as I list more resources–this is a work in progress at the moment. (Last updated: May 6, 2009)

Blogs

Books on Sustainability

Green Business

Sustainable Campuses

Climate Change/Global Warming

Sustainable Communities

Conferences on Sustainability/Environmental Issues

General Environment/Ecology

Conservation

Food and Agriculture

Consumer Health

Home/Green Living

Organizations

Recycling

Sustainable Shopping (Organic, Natural, Fair Trade, etc.)

Miscellaneous Resources

News Items

3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by caslcasl on May 3, 2009 at 5:38 PM

    Hello Jess,

    I work for the Center for the Advancement of Sustainable Living, a student-driven organization at the University of Oregon in Eugene, Ore. We are currently building a low-impact house designed by students at the School of Architecture and Allied Arts that will include a solar panel and green roof. The house will act as a research and demonstration center to promote sustainable living. Please check out our blog at: http://www.casluoregon.wordpress.com and stay updated about the construction process. We hope to reach a broader community than Eugene! Thank you!

  2. Posted by Jess Vogt on May 3, 2009 at 7:28 PM

    That sounds really cool! I will link to your site as soon as I get a chance to put up all my links on Sustainable Campuses. Thanks for linking up!

  3. Posted by cynthia on November 1, 2011 at 10:34 PM

    Hi. I am not a blogger. Can you help update the environmentalists in this country about the fact that some, maybe even many, citites now accept #5 recycling.

    This is a big deal. This was the reason that Aveda was recycling hard plastic bottle caps #5 plastic, to help make a market for this plastic, and to get citiies interested in recycling this plastic. Well, it worked. I live in Charlotte, and we just started recycling #5 here. Houston too. California, Hawaii, etc. I don’t know the complete or correct list. But hey, there is seriously out of Date Content out there, and you could change this.

    Thanks.

    cynthia

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