I'm not quite sure when or how I cultivated such an intense passion for environmental issues -- early enough for my parents to give me the license plate SVEARTH at age 16 (still on my car and still provoking both laughter and praise from friends and strangers).The following are just a few of the myriad web sites out there related to environmental issues. Use them to do research or get involved:
Adopt A River/Current Problems
Based in Gainesville, Florida, AAR conducts river cleanups to protect North Florida's drinking water.
American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
Most complete resource for energy policy and energy efficiency. Learn ways you can make a difference.
Extensive online community for river activists working to protect and restore America's rivers.
Center for a New American Dream
Great resource for the simplification of life and great motto: "More Fun, Less Stuff."
Clean Car Campaign
Information about greener vehicles.
Earth Justice Institue
"The Law Firm for the Environment" -- compelling cases and campaigns.
League of Conservation Voters
Check out how well your representatives are (or are not) protecting the environment with the LCV
Scorecards and other resources.
The Nature Conservancy
Learn about saving the last great places.
Natural Resources Defense Council
In-depth legal and scientific research on the major environmental issues.
Save the Pacuare River (Costa Rica)
One of the most scenic and difficult rafting/paddling rivers in the world, the Pacuare is scheduled to be
dammed. Find out how you can help save it.
The consummate grassroots advocacy website, with updated information arranged by issue and state.
Tons of web resources for the State of the World 2000 report.
World Resources Institute
The Internet Resources page has links to everything!
World Wildlife Fund
World's largest conservation organization and a great source for biodiversity/wildlife information.
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