SOURCES FOR GREEN INFORMATION
Sustainable DC: This site documents Mayor Vincent C. Gray’s plan to make DC the greenest, healthiest, and most livable city in the nation. It gives the news, events, plan, and process of the Sustainable DC initiative.
Meatless Monday: This site is dedicated to providing educational resources and helpful tips to limit peoples meat consumption. It provides users with recipes, articles, campaign tools, and related stories that all work towards the goal of a meatless Monday.
Bloomberg’s The Grid: This site provides news about energy, the environment, and global business from Bloomberg’s The Grid. Users can research stories within the topics of energy, corporate responsibility, policy, natural resources, and health and population.
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS): Science organization that provides impartial information on the health of our ecosystems and environment, natural hazards, natural resources, and the impacts of climate change. It features news releases and the latest publications of the USGS and allows users to browse science topics of interest and view images from their multimedia gallery.
Organic Shopper: An organic and lifestyle magazine website with a mission to drive the organic movement by encouraging shoppers to purchase organic foods. The site features organic news, a blog, a resource guide to organic goods and environmentally-friendly products, and events and ideas for organic dishes.
HuffPost Green: Gives all the latest news on energy, the environment, animals, and more. Users can browse through articles that relate to the environment and be up-to-date on th elatest news involving a range of topics.
Sustainably Defined: A blog about sustainability as a source of organizational reputation, innovation and leadership, which hopes to help organizations think more about social responsibility.
Mother Earth News: Offers users information about DIY projects, organic gardening, homesteading and livestock, real food, natural health, renewable energy, green homes, nature and the environment, green transportation, and land for sale.
Live Green DC: Membership organization that works to build a green economy by supporting social entrepreneurs who are creating businesses that are good for workers, the community, and the planet. Make green living easier, more affordable, and more accessible to all people and give information about events.
The Green Fairy: Blog written by an American University student with the mission to help college students live eco-friendly on a budget. Offers users help with finding new restaurants, free or cheap events, and answers to all of a college student’s questions about living sustainably in DC.
Green Tech Media: An integrated online media company that delivers the highest quality media content in the environmental technology industry where users can find the most up-to-date information on the green technology economy and recent research in the energy, environmental, emerging technology, investment banking, information technology, and strategic consulting sectors.