If you haven’t yet discovered PlanetFriendly.net, you may want to heck them out. They have all kinds of links and resources in areas of environment, sustainability, conservation, and other similar areas.
One such resource is the Sustainable Living Guide, which “is all about sustainable living – activities and choices that can help sustain your health, your spirit, and the planet. The focus is on positive, constructive things you can do in your home, at work, at school, and at play. From bicycling to organic gardening… from non-toxic home and garden products, to strawbale homes… from co-ops to ecovillages… there’s an amazing variety to explore and experience. You will find how to’s, tips & ideas, products & services, organizations, education, employment and more.”
Just check out this sample of links from the first section of the guide, How To Be Green:
- Eartheasy – activities & ideas to live more simply, efficiently and with less impact on the environment. www.eartheasy.com
- The New American Dream (More Fun, Less Stuff) www.newdream.org
- Busy Person’s Guide To Greener Living (links directory) at www.greenmatters.com
- Community Action Ideas at www.earthday.ca
- Responsible Buying & Consumption www.sustainable.org/living/buying.html (USA)
- Living Sustainably www.sustainable.org/living/living_index.html (USA-based)
- Canadian Green Consumer Guide & Green Business Guides (print) http://www.pollutionprobe.org/publications/index.html
- What can you do? Where to start? www.planetfriendly.net/enviro.html (Canada)
The guide also includes: Home & Garden, Food & Gardening, Construction & Renovation, Health, Products & Services, Books, Magazines, Travel & Recreation, Transportation, Energy, Technology, Community, Ecovillages, Events & Courses, Education, Groups & Organizations, Jobs & Volunteering, Business & Industry, Faith & Spirituality, Simplicity, Activism, and Directories, Portals & Networks.
(Post and links updated November 2013)