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Oil Heat Organizations
Green Energy Sites
Calling itself a solutions-based online magazine, World Changing is a collaborative blog dedicated to helping people change their thinking. The official mission statement reads: “World Changing was founded on the idea that real solutions already exist for building the future we want. It’s just a matter of grabbing hold and getting moving.” Featuring original content in categories like Stuff, Shelter, Cities, Community, Business, Politics and Planet, the site focuses on positive, innovative green developments, stories and events.
With a goal of providing the most accurate and up-to-date news and information available, Mother Nature Network provides the some of the broadest scope of environmental and social responsibility issues on the Internet. They do it in a way that is engaging and easy-to-understand. As opposed to scientists, activists or experts—MNN is designed for everyday people who simply want to make our world better.
Whether you want to go green to fight climate change, save some dollars at the pump, or give your kids (and yourself) a healthier home, Green Options has it all. Ranging from electric cars to carbon offset packages to organic toothpaste (and much, much more), you can find out what people like you love and what they love to hate. It’s for people interested in products, technologies, and choices that are both people and planet friendly, last longer, and can save you money in the long run.
Launched by architecture student, green consultant and designer Jill Fehrenbacher in Spring 2005, Inhabitat focuses on “future forward design for the world you inhabit.” Topics include innovative materials, future-thinking design concepts, architecture, technology, sustainable style and more.
Veteran eco blogger Hank Green founded and runs the EcoGeek blog (which now has several green sister sites). Green is a prominent member of the social media community, is often seen on Planet Green, and has written for numerous publications. The team at EcoGeek blogs about all things green and geeky: from sustainable technology to amazing green gadgets to future design.
The Earthy Report is the personal blog of John Vlahakis, a lifelong advocate for the environment, entrepreneur and community activist. He is the founder of Earth Friendly Products, a manufactuer of cleaning products that are safe for you, your home and the environment.
No Bioheat content in the archives, but 20+ articles on biodiesel.
GetWithGreen.com provides home-owners, designers and those in the home construction and remodeling industry with the most in-depth news and information surrounding eco-friendly and sustainable products for home remodel projects.
Though technically an online newspaper, The Daily Green is loaded with blogs, videos, community features, and plenty of helpful guides that are quite comprehensive. Readers will find everything from information about going green to the “Weird Weather Watch” to breaking news and consumer health advice. Well-known environmental journalist and activist Brian C. Howard is an editor of “the consumer’s guide to the green revolution.”
The Daily Biofuels News Digest is the most widely-read biofuels daily in the world. 62 percent of subscribers call it “the best online biofuels media.” It houses a complete archive of 10,000+ stories, plus more than 300 free downloads of reports, white papers and databases.
The Cleanergy goal is to promote intiatives towards a cleaner energy world – through contributions of their community of experts around the globe. Clenergy is an open and selective community, with ethics as a rule, and global coverage. Individual members backgrounds include research and academics, policy and administration, business and press/PR. Organization members include groups of all kinds that are active in the clean energy space. Membership is free for individuals, and sponsored for corporations.
Groovy Green was started as a way to organize the large amounts of information swirling about the little town of Ithaca, NY concerning renewable energy and sustainable living. Now it covers national and international news, products, and the people fighting to make a difference in promoting sustainability. Through this website, we hope to get others involved–not just in community events–but also in national and international discussions or organizations that directly effect the ‘green movement’.
Build That Green is a publisher that promotes and encourages sustained building of healthy, high-performance homes and sites – big and small.
Sustainablog started in July, 2003, as an experiment in “writing to learn”: author Jeff McIntire-Strasburg, then an assistant professor of English, decided to apply some of the concepts he preached to his students to his budding interest in sustainability. The rest, as they say, is history: sustainablog is now one of the longest-running green blogs on the web.
Way To Go Green (dot org) is where you will find news, tips, and ideas about greening your environment. We offer information to help you save money, be kind to your earth and enjoy life.