www.csam.montclair.edu/~kenschaft/practicalinfo.html - This web page, written by local environmental activist and Montclair State University math professor Pat Kenschaft, is entitled "What can I do to help preserve our Earth?" It's packed with ideas for things that everyone can do - from buying locally grown organic produce to participating in discussion groups - to protect the earth. It also lists a number of groups you can contact regarding any environmental issue you may have.
www.nj.gov/dep/seeds - Part of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's website. It offers many environmental education resources, including classroom materials, fieldtrip suggestions and grant opportunities.
The website of the Environmental Protection Agency, www.epa.gov, has information on a wide variety of topics. There are sections devoted to the most common environmental hazards, such as global warming, hazardous waste, pesticides, radon, lead, mold, mercury, asbestos, and secondhand smoke..
www.planetsave.com - PlanetSave is the one-stop environmental portal. Go to it to read daily environmental news, sign up for free web-based email that donates five square feet of rainforest land for every message sent and received, build your own environmental web page, or shop for safe environmental products.
www.ewg.org - Among the many topics you can explore at the Environmental Working Group website are farm subsidies, potential dangers of teflon, and setting of organic standards.
www.earthday.net - A directory of Earth Day activities on the net and on the ground near you.
www.ecoiq.com - EcoIQ offers a wide selection of media products (books, video and tapes) and online resources (www.ecoiq.com/onlineresources/index.html). Their goal is "to support and promote a transition to sustainability" by helping people align economics and ecology.
www.jgpress.com - Publishes BioCycle and In Business magazines. BioCycle has been an authoritative source of information on the composting and recycling of materials into value added products since 1960. In Business is a newer publication that reports on innovative and small-scale environmental enterprises. Both offer quality information on cutting edge techniques and ideas.