The Hog Roundtable is a collaboration of grassroots environmental organizations, farmers and other advocacy groups. Initiated by the Concerned Citizens of Tillery, the Roundtable represents the combined of efforts of groups concerned about North Carolina's hog industry and its effect on our environment, health and personal property.
20/20 Vision makes grassroots activism simple for busy people. It gives citizens the information they need to get involved in a wide range of progressive issues, like conserving the environment, shifting military spending to domestic needs, stopping handgun violence and getting money out of the campaign process. Its once-a-month alerts (email or snail mail) tell you how to quickly and easily contact politicians and corporate officials.
Edopt News is an online source for environmental information in the Washington, D.C. area. It provides information on topics such as activities, where to recycle, urban sprawl meetings, local organizations, and environmental career opportunities.
The mission of the Hawai'i Coral Reef Network is to foster education and research on coral reefs by facilitating communication among the environmental, scientific, governmental, and public communities and to enhance the conservation of coral reefs through stewardship.
The journal features articles on the preservation of biological diversity and wilderness rehabilitation; essays exploring Deep Ecology topics; infamous letters to the editor; major investigative pieces on multi-national corporations; and ongoing discussion on ecodefense tactics such as monkeywrenching and ecotage.
The Carolina Health and Environment Community Center (CHECC) is a virtual center where individuals and community groups can find information about health and environmental issues and meet with each other to start projects, exchange ideas, and participate in lectures and classes.