Environmental Investigation Agency [offsite link]
Their purpose is to investigate, uncover and expose environmental crimes, from industrial polluting to wildlife poaching.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) [offsite link]
American agency that monitors and investigates pollution problems and other environmental issues.
Friends of the Earth [offsite link]
A federation of international groups concerned with environmental issues, as well as economic sustainability.
GrassRoots Recycling Network [offsite link]
An organization that aims to reduce waste through recycling and reusing.
Don't be fooled by "earth-friendly" labels, all that is labeled green is not good!
Greenpeace [offsite link]
A somewhat radical, environmental activist group dedicated to protecting the Earth.
Noise Pollution Clearinghouse [offsite link]
You might not think about it, but noise pollution is becoming a serious problem around the world.
Pollution Hotspots [offsite link]
Map with some of the most severe pollution hotpots in the world.
Recycle Now [offsite link]
All sorts of articles on recycling, including a shop where you can buy recycled goods.
Sierra Club [offsite link]
Sierra Club is America´s oldest, largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization.
The Climate Institute [offsite link]
This group is working to raise global climate change awareness, and to establish the means to reduce emissions.
The Nature Conservancy [offsite link]
A charitable organization that uses donated funds to buy land in order to preserve and protect wildlife and ecosystems around the world.
World Wildlife Fund (WWF) [offsite link]
A world-renowed conservation organization that works to help endangered species and other groups of at-risk animals.
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