Recommended Links

Our Recommended Partner Sites showcases a collection of carefully selected environmental sites that we believe deserve special attention. These may be for profits or non-profits, government agencies or educational institutions. The common bond is that they all do a superior job at what they do.

If you feel that you deserve to be on this list or to learn more about how to become a Recommended Site Partner with ENN click here.

PARTNER OF THE MONTH: If you become a partner, we select a dynamic link to your organization featured on our home page.

Brita Climate Ride 2009

Brita Climate Ride 2009 is the first multi-day bicycle ride where your pedal strokes help raise money and awareness for meaningful climate change and renewable energy legislation! This transformative event is ideal for anyone who believes that change is possible and that America can take the lead in a green economy. ENN is a Media Sponsor of the Brita Climate Ride.

September 26—30th, 2009, the Climate Riders will pedal 300 miles from New York City to the nation's Capitol in Washington D.C. in five days.

Brighter Planet

Brighter Planet ( helps people reduce and manage their carbon footprints. Its engaging web-based campaigns tap the power of social media to help consumers and businesses learn about emissions, conserve what they can, and offset the rest. Brighter Planet carbon offset products fund only the most reputable renewable energy projects, demonstrating direct community and social value while reducing the amount of greenhouse gasses being pumped into the atmosphere.

Big Green Purse

Big Green Purse believes that the fastest, easiest, most direct route to a clean and healthy environment is to shift spending to environmentally-safe, socially responsible products and services. Big Green Purse saves you time. They've strolled the shopping aisles and browsed the search engines so you don't have to. They've found products that are really green and at prices we all can afford.

Beyond Organic

The Beyond Organic radio show is an unique environmental radio and multimedia program, addressing issues of organic food and farming, social and environmental sustainability. The show offers news, interviews and research that fills a void left by public and private broadcasters. We cover timely issues and trends, with guests ranging from award-winning author Michael Pollan ('Botany of Desire') and Secretary of Agriculture Dan Glickman, to organic farmers and sustainable seafood specialists. Beyond Organic covers diverse-yet-interconnected issues including genetic engineering, Mad Cow Disease, dead zones, health, nutrition, Slow Food, cooking, gardening, Fair Trade and international trade policy.

Promoting the Conservation of the World's Threatened Species, Through the Power of Wildlife Imagery

Architype Review

Architype was created in 2006 by a group of architects, academics and designers seeking a forum through which to promote discussion and evaluate architectural projects that are responding to a similar set of challenging issues. Architype's prime goal is to honor those projects that are challenging the limits and redefining the norms of a certain building type. In addition, Architype seeks to become a design resource for architects, students, clients and educators promoting innovation in the field.

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