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Nationwide, New Zealand
Updated in November 2007
Be The Change is a NZ based coalition of Greenpeace, Forest & Bird and Oxfam aimed at providing a platform for individuals to become more active in their own lives in reducing their carbon footprint. A big part of the project is creating a climate aware online social networking community at ...
New Orleans, United States
Updated in January 2008
Citywide expansion of successful 2007 Pilot. Goals: meet NOLA's critical need for affordable, energy-efficient housing; improve conditions that make communities vulnerable to disasters; and foster a paradigm shift from “conventional” to “sustainable" disaster relief.
Global, New Zealand
Updated in March 2010
How You Can Make a Positive Difference by Choosing WHAT You Eat Causing global change one meal at a time... What we eat "locally" makes a difference globally. Our mouth is about as local as it gets, so its the perfect place to start climate changing action. Maybe leadership begins ...
Project about Agriculture & Food, Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Children and Families, Clean Technologies, Climate Change, Consumerism, Deforestation, Economics, Education, Energy Saving, Environment & Wildlife, Food, Genetic Modification, Green energy, Health, Industry & Business, Philosophy & Religion, Politics & Government, Pollution, Population, Recycling, Transport, Water
On Line, United States
Updated in April 2009
Help us flesh out the "real deal" on various options for action on climate change. In other words, what does it really cost, how do you pay for it, what are the tax breaks, how does it really work? For instance, I explained how our business photovoltaic system helped us ...
Project about Architecture, Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Carbon Sequestration, Clean Technologies, Coal & Oil, Design, Economics, Electric vehicles, Energy Saving, Finance & Money, Green energy, Nuclear, Solar, Transport, Travel
Updated in January 2009
Welcome to Cycle for Change, the Himalayan cycling adventure dedicated to inspiring and educating people all over the world about the effects of climate change, what’s being done about it and providing solutions to help us all contribute to changing our shared situation. Come and follow our journey and ...
Updated in May 2009
Cycle for Change is a Himalayan environmental cycling project all about educating, connecting, inspiring and helping people to become more involved in the fight against climate change. It’s also about adventure, action, and change and we would love for you to become involved. By riding our bicycles through some ...
Updated in October 2010
CREATE! is implementing its initial country program in Senegal, West Africa. Senegal is not only representative of many Sub-Saharan African countries hardest hit by the increasingly disastrous effects of global climate change, but represents one of the most daunting challenges to respond to it, especially as it affects the rural ...
Central Otago, New Zealand
Updated in February 2008
Tours of homes with sustainable features. This allows people wanting to build or retrofit their homes to learn from others who have used a variety of ways to reduce energy consumption and make the most of the sun and natural aspects of a section.
Project about Architecture
Nationwide, United States
Updated in June 2010
Become a Green Revolution certified Green Consultant free of charge and use this training to help green your community one home at a time. Join Green Revolution and get the tools to reduce energy and water usage at home between 30-50% by becoming more efficient.
Alaska, United States
Updated in February 2012
When a camera goes underwater in a movie or television show, we’re used to hearing… well, not much. It’s typically very quiet, as if the ocean were a calm, peaceful, even soothing aural environment. If anything, we might hear a few bubbles coming from the cameraman’s SCUBA ...
All Over the Place, United States
Updated in March 2009
As you know, as the economic challenges continue to grow, more and more Americans are considering getting involved in local food production. As a way to help to accelerate this trend, we have started a very simple campaign called "One Million Gardens" (http://onemilliongardens.ning.com) who's goal is ...
Louisville, Kentucky, United States
Updated in January 2012
Carbon Nation is an optimistic, solutions-based, non-preachy, non-partisan, big tent film that shows tackling climate change boosts the economy, increases national & energy security and promotes health & a clean environment.
Project about Action, Protest, & Activism, Agriculture & Food, Architecture, Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Carbon Sequestration, Children and Families, Clean Technologies, Climate Change, Coal & Oil, Deforestation, Earth, Soil, & Landscape, Education, Electric vehicles, Emissions, Energy Saving, Food, Green energy, Health, Industry & Business, Media, Organic, Solar, Transport, War
Updated in June 2008
TripShare is an online service which connects drivers and passengers. Registering on TripShare is free and allows you to search trips and contact the lister to organise your travel plans. Use TripShare's search functions to sort trips by travel date, start and end locations and, when you've traveled ...
India, Developing World, India
Updated in May 2010
GEO has developed 40 good stoves - biomass as fuel http//www.goodstove.com ranging from 15% to 40% efficiency. India requires 120 million good stoves. The whole world requires at least a total of 500 million Good Stoves. GEO has declared all its stove designs as Open Knowledge http://www ...
Berkeley, CA, United States
Updated in June 2011
Disposable plastics are the greatest source of plastic pollution. Plastic bags, straws, bottles, utensils, lids, cups and so many others offer a small convenience but remain forever. REFUSE disposable plastics! Follow the “4 Rs” of sustainable living: Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Become a Member or Renew Your Membership: http://plasticpollutioncoalition ...
Updated in October 2011
Did you know that our elected officials are deciding the fate of America's natural resources? Critical programs that, for decades, have protected our wildlife and wild places are now on the chopping block. This is simply unacceptable. You have an opportunity to do something about it - Use Your Outside ...
Christchurch, New Zealand
Updated in August 2008
Eco-my-flat is a four-week competition and workshop programme aimed at helping university students save money and become more eco-friendly. The competition aims to promote sustainable student lifestyles, with a workshop each week covering the themes of energy, waste, transport and consumption. The workshops, run by a professional facilitator, addressed specific ...
Around the world, United States
Updated in August 2010
Give and get free stuff in your local community on your local Freecycle, Freegle, ReUseIt, Full Circles, and FreeSharing recycling groups. With trash nothing, it's quicker and easier to organize and manage your free recycling groups. Join your local groups at http://trashnothing.com/
Updated in January 2009
The Tennessee Coal Sludge Spill was not a natural disaster. This was a man-made disaster, directly tied to our reliance on fossil fuels. The disaster is 48 times larger than the Exxon Valdez oil spill. Send a letter to Congress today: http://www.1sky.org/sludge In the face of ...
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