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Global Change and Environmental Education Resources for the General Public and Community Groups

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Amazing Environmental Organization WebDirectory
    A huge collection of resources for the consumer, public interest groups, and community groups and organizations.

  • EcoMall: A Place to Help Save the Earth
    A myriad collection of community and public interest information that ranges from the Daily! Eco News, Eco-Quotes, Eco-Investments, Eco-Restaurants, to federal agencies, activists and non-governmental organizations.

  • EcoNet
    Multiple resources that include links to: The Stratospheric Ozone World Wide Web Home Page with a glossary of Ozone terms; Environmental Issues Index; and, more than 90 fact sheets on climate change from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).

  • EPA Citizen Information
    Includes hotlines, consumer tips, and a Volunteer Monitoring Program that encourages citizens to learn about water resources.

  • National Audubon Society
    This group offers expeditions, workshops, camps and educational videos to teach appreciation and care of wildlife and the environment by focusing on conserving and restoring natural ecosystems through biodiversity.

  • National Library For the Environment
    This prototype electronic library, presented as a service of the Committee for the National Institute for the Environment (CNIE), promises "objective, scientifically sound information on environmental issues." The Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports, 100 CRS documents covering the environment, agriculture, and natural resources, were prepared by the Library of Congress for the U.S. Congress. Not widely distributed to the general public, the electronic copy available here provides access for people interested in Environmental Policy. Topics include Global Climate Change, Stratospheric Ozone, and Environmental Quality.

  • Center for Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technology (CREST)
    Many topics including Air Quality, Water, Tree Planting, Green Products and Practices.


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