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Solar Energy Advantages
Solar Energy Advantages
Solar Energy is all the rage these days. With the current concerns about global warming and energy rates going up every day, it’s no wonder people are looking for alternative ways to power their lives. Solar power is one of the most efficient and affordable energy alternatives available today. Whether you are interested in solar power for economic reasons, environmental concerns, or both, this informational website is the place for you! We compare solar energy advantages & disadvantages, review the benefits of solar power, and evaluate all the ways you can use solar power, so that you will be ready to tackle the solar power projects in your home. >>> Vist website

Green LA Coilition Green LA Coalition
Mission
Green LA’s purpose is to build a strong movement to win campaigns to transform Los Angeles into a sustainable city.
Principles & Values
Green LA is a coalition that seeks to promote environmentally sustainable public policies that reflect the key principles of, Do No Harm, Count All Costs, Value Natural Systems, Create a Strong Green Economy, Ensure Social Equity, Guarantee Open Government

The operating principles which guide our collaboration are inclusiveness; democratic participation with a commitment to hear diverse voices; transparency and accountability.
 
LA Green Drinks Los Angeles Green Drinks
is part of Green Drinks International, an international networking organization that allows for anyone concerned about environmental issues to get together over a drink. Green Drinks events are very simple, informal, unstructured, and allow for moments of serendipity. They occur in over 600 cities worldwide. See below for history on how Green Drinks started.

In 1989, at a pub called the Slug and Lettuce in Northern London, Edwin Datschefski was sitting with his green design colleagues Yorick Benjamin and Paul Scott when he noticed an enviro-minded acquaintance at a nearby table. As it turned out, the friend was sitting with a few of his own eco-conscious mates, so they pulled some tables together. And so a movement was born.>>> Vist website

Green Energy News
Green Energy News
The first issue of the weekly Energies newsletter was published in 1996. Green Energy News incorporated the following year. The publication was developed to offer news and commentary in regards to clean, efficient and/or renewable energy in relation to business, technology, issues and policy. Green Energy News is geared to a wide audience ranging from consumers to industry professionals to the educational community to government officials. >>> Vist website

Lime with a twist
Twist of Lime
It started like this. We looked around and noticed changes in the way people were living their lives. It seemed these changes were coming from a few sources: a growing awareness of the state of our planet to what foods we eat; an interest in yoga and inner peace to an exploration of alternative wellness ideas...but there was a central thread: healthy living.We also noticed there wasn't a central place to connect all these interests.
That's why we created LIME. Healthy living with a Twist.At LIME, we built a place where you can find all the ideas, information and resources to inspire you to live healthier and help make our planet greener - and have some fun while you're at it. >>> Vist website

Green People
Green People
GreenPeople.org is an online directory of eco-friendly products,
services, organizations and events. (since 1998) Our motto is:"Buy Green, Sell Green, Be Green" >>> Vist website

GreenPeace
Greenpeace proves every day that ordinary people can accomplish extraordinary things.

It was a group of thoughtful, committed citizens that came together in 1971 to create Greenpeace. A handful of determined activists leased a small fishing vessel, called the Phyllis Cormack, and set sail from Vancouver for Amchitka Island in Alaska. Their mission was to protest U.S. nuclear testing off the coast of Alaska with a brave act of defiance: to place themselves in harm’s way. Despite being intercepted by the U.S. Coast Guard, these daring activists sailed into history by bringing worldwide attention to the dangers of nuclear testing. >>> Vist website

Sierra Club
Sierra Club
  • a safe and healthy community in which to live
  • smart energy solutions to combat global warming
  • an enduring legacy for America's wild places
    Since 1892, the Sierra Club has been working to protect communities, wild places, and the planet itself. We are the oldest, largest, and most influential grassroots environmental organization in the United States. And our founder, John Muir (that guy you just clicked on), appears on the back of the California quarter. >>> Vist website

  • Global Green
    Global Green USA
    Global Green USA is a national environmental organization addressing three of the greatest challenges facing humanity:
    • Stemming global climate change by creating green buildings and cities.
    • Eliminating weapons of mass destruction that threaten lives and the environment.
    • Providing clean, safe drinking water for the 2.4 billion people who lack access to clean water. >>> Vist website

    Greens Source
    Green Source
    The planning and design of sustainable buildings demands the adoption of an extremely collaborative model work model. To get it right, the owner, architects, engineers, and consultants must gather around the table earlier and more often than they might ordinarily. Debate about decisions is typical. Maybe not everyone gets what they want every time. It’s a matter of trust and making the most of everyone’s talent.
    GreenSource wins FOLIO: magazine’s 2007 Ozzie Awards for “Best Design, New Magazine,” and “Best Overall Design” in the business-to-business category. >>> Vist website

    U.S. Green Building Council
    USGBC
    The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) is a non-profit organization committed to expanding sustainable building practices. USGBC is composed of more than 12,000 organizations from across the building industry that are working to advance structures that are environmentally responsible, profitable, and healthy places to live and work. Members includes building owners and end-users, real estate developers, facility managers, architects, designers, engineers, general contractors, subcontractors, product and building system manufacturers, government agencies, and nonprofits.
    >>> Vist website

    Green Festival
    Green Festival
    Green Festivals are a celebration of what’s working in our communities– for people, for businesses and for the environment. A joint project of two national nonprofit organizations, Global Exchange and Co-op America, Green Festivals bring together local and national socially responsible businesses, and environmental, social justice and community organizations. Hundreds of thousands of concerned individuals over the years have attended these “parties with a purpose” aimed at forging a just, sustainable, inclusive economy – a green economy. >>> Vist website

    Build it Green
    Build it Green
    Build It Green is a professional non-profit membership organization whose mission is to promote healthy, energy and resource-efficient buildings in California.
    Supported by a solid foundation of outreach and education, Build It Green connects consumers and building professionals with the tools and technical expertise they need to build quality green buildings. Build It Green fosters collaboration with key stakeholder groups to accelerate the adoption of green building practices, policies, and programs through its network of councils:
    >>> Vist website

    Earth Justice
    Earthjustice
    Non-profit public interest law firm dedicated to protecting the magnificent places, natural resources, and wildlife of this earth, and to defending the right of all people to a healthy environment. We bring about far-reaching change by enforcing and strengthening environmental laws on behalf of hundreds of organizations, coalitions and communities.
    Earthjustice was founded in 1971 as the Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund; in 1997, we changed our name to Earthjustice to better reflect our role as a legal advocate for the environment (because, like our tagline says, the Earth needs a good lawyer) >>> Vist website
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