Seattle Weekly Green Card - http://www.seattleweekly.com/advertising/sites/greencard/index.html
The Seattle Weekly Green Card is a program that was designed to educate and inform readers about information related to environmentally friendly products and businesses. The program has information on special offers and incentives, and offers discounts to Green Card members.
SustainLane.com - http://www.sustainlane.com
SustainLane is dedicated to empowering consumers, businesses and governments to go green. The site features a community-powered directory of green products with businesses and user reviews. The site allows people to easily find and share reviews on anything green. People also are welcome to share their stories about green products and businesses.
Ten Thousand Villages - http://www.tenthousandvillages.com
The Ten Thousand Villages organization works with more than 100 artisan groups in more than 30 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America to bring you fair trade jewelry, home décor, gifts and more. There are more than 160 retail stores and 220 festival sales in North America, including one on Vashon Island and one in Seattle.
The Green Guide – National Geographic Society - http://www.thegreenguide.com
The Green Guide is a monthly magazine that you may subscribe to online. Both the Guide and the Web site serve as practical and reliable sources of information for product choices as well as daily practices that are better for your health and the environment. The site has links to product reports, a listing of products and a Smart Shopper’s Card that lists ingredients to avoid, labels to look for and recommended products.
Zerofootprint - http://zerofootprint.net
Zerofootprint is a nonprofit organization that provides information, products and services for the global network of consumers and businesses who wish to reduce their environmental impact. Find links to information about green commerce and a blog.