Green Web Sites
Links to Green Sites for
U.S. DOE EERE - (U.S. Department of Energy,
Energy Efficiency Renewable Energy) Informative website
with a lot of information about various types of renewable
energy (biomass, solar, wind and hydropower, etc.)
Environmental News Network - ENN rounds up the
most important and compelling environmental news stories of
EPA - For Kids, Students, Teachers
- Want to learn about the
environment? Want to share what you know with someone else?
With fact-sheets, interactive games, and more, EPA's Web
site can help you with all sorts of information about EPA
and the environment.
- Site with information about going green, different types
of renewable energy, eating green, living green, alternative
fuels and many other topics.
Go Green Initiative -
The Go Green Initiative is a simple, comprehensive program
designed to create a culture of environmental responsibility
on school campuses across the nation.
Government of India Ministry of Environment & Forests
- The Ministry of Environment & Forests is the nodal agency
in the administrative structure of the Central Government,
for the planning, promotion, co-ordination and overseeing
the implementation of environmental and forestry programmes.
The Ministry is also the Nodal agency in the country for the
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
on Earth - Living on Earth with Steve Curwood is
the weekly environmental news and information program
distributed by Public Radio International.
Ministry of the Environment (Republic
of Korea) - (Korean/English) Korean government
website with information about Korea's environmental
policies, FAQs and more.
Wildlife Federation - Inspiring Americans to
protect wildlife for our children's future.
NG Wild World - This
website takes the Wild World maps and makes them
interactive, adding profiles and photos of more than 1,000
ecoregions, multimedia features and more.
Planet Ark - A website created by
Australians but has information for everyone on how to be
World Wildlife Federation -
WWF is active around the world, saving wildlife, protecting
habitats, and addressing global threats.