A Land Worth Loving - http://open2.net/environment/index.htm
This site provides quizzes and information on a number of green topics. The site has a virtual energy house that shows how much money, energy and greenhouse gases can be saved with some simple upgrades. You also may read stories about families who have adopted greener lifestyles and learn how long it takes household items to break down in a landfill.
Campaign Earth - http://www.campaignearth.org/mainpage.asp
The mission of Campaign Earth is to encourage everyday people to become involved in environmental issues. A Monthly Challenge Program urges people to implement one new environmentally friendly change into their lives each month.
CBS News: “Going Green Goes Mainstream. Nearly Everything Can Be Done In a More Environmentally Friendly Way.” - www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/10/15/sunday/main2090006.shtml
This article from CBS News highlights how more Americans than ever before are embracing a green way of life by using alternative energy, buying hybrid cars and eating organic food.
CW11 – KSTWTV - http://kstw.com
Visit this news site for a special link to Project Green, which details resources devoted to environmental issues. The site features green events, hosts a Green Living blog and runs a “How Easy Is It” survey on green living tips.
Earth Ministry: Caring for All Creation - http://earthministry.org/Congregations/PS_greening_resources.htm
At this site you’ll find links to a number of Puget Sound greening resources that provide information on topics including transportation, food, energy conservation, recycling, composting, water conservation, green building and financial stewardship.
Ecological Footprint Quiz - http://earthday.net/Footprint/info.asp
Ever wondered how much "nature" your lifestyle requires? This Ecological Footprint Quiz estimates how much productive land and water you need to support what you use and what you discard. After answering 15 easy questions, you'll be able to compare your Ecological Footprint to what other people use and to what is available on the earth.
Environmental News Network - http://www.enn.com
This site helps educate the public on major environmental issues and provides tools to help individuals take action in their own communities. The site includes news stories, audio and video clips, quizzes and polls and in-depth features on topics such as green building and socially responsible investing.
Environmental Services in King County - http://metrokc.gov/environ.htm
This site provides links to a wide variety of environmental services in King County, as well as helpful links on topics such as animals and plants, water and land, stewardship and wastewater.
Find-It! Consumer - http://finditconsumer.wa.gov
This site contains two searchable sources of consumer information: USConsumerInfo, which covers sites created by the Federal government and national nonprofit groups, and WAConsumer, which covers sites maintained by Washington state government agencies and local nonprofit groups. Search by keyword or browse topics from more than 100 consumer protection and public safety Web sites.
Friends of the Earth - http://foe.org
This organization seeks to defend the environment and champions a healthy and just world by monitoring legislation and regulations that affect the environment. The site allows you to select a specific issue area of interest, such as Capitol Hill, Dam Removal, Northwest, River Restoration, Safer Food, Safer Farms, etc.