Featured Website: greenamerica.org

Shrinking Our Waste
The US recycles 34% of our waste, but we could be recycling 75%. It'll take a combined effort of governments, corporations, communities, and individuals to raise recycling to the next level.


Arcadia Power | Choose Clean Energy Today

Arcadia Power makes using clean energy at home easier than ever. It takes just 3 minutes to create an account and you can track your impact and energy usage in our easy-to-understand customer dashboard. Best of all, getting started is completely free.


Open Educators | A coalition of scholastic achievement advocates on a mission to promote cultural awareness through the power of information.

One of the great benefits the Internet offers is a seemingly endless supply of information on any subject you may ever wish to research. At Open Educators, we realize this vastness of resources can also be daunting, and can pose some important considerations:


Featured Ally Website: Worldwatch Institute

Through research and outreach that inspire action, the Worldwatch Institute works to accelerate the transition to a sustainable world that meets human needs.


Lee's Assertion of the Grand Universal Lineage has been Scientifically confirmed

Collaboration between eleven institutions yields the first draft of the Comprehensive Tree of Life.

A first draft of the “tree of life” for the roughly 2.3 million named species of animals, plants, fungi and microbes -- from platypuses to puffballs -- has been released.


Recommended Reading: Super Genes by Deepak Chopra, M.D., and Rudolph E. Tanzi, Ph.D.

The authors of the New York Times bestseller Super Brain present a bold new understanding of our genes and how simple changes in lifestyle can boost genetic activity. The leap into "radical well-being" is a promise waiting to be fulfilled.


Featured Ally Website: Environmental Defense Fund

About Environmental Defense Fund

Guided by science and economics, we tackle urgent threats with practical solutions


Key to Saving a Canadian Rainforest

This Rare, White Bear May Be the Key to Saving a Canadian Rainforest

The white Kermode bear of British Columbia is galvanizing First Nations people fighting to protect their homeland

By Alex Shoumatoff; Photographs by Melissa Groo


Progress on Clean Power

One recent story from the UCS Fall 2015 Earthwise newsletter covers scientific analysis of current progress by states toward meeting the national Clean Power Plan goals, with some quite surprising, positive developments that have happened already:


Featured Website: Union of Concerned Scientists

Website for the Union of Concerned Scientists which features a plethora of research, programs etc. on a wide range of timely issues, including global climate change.