The Committee on the Environment, a professional interest area of The American Institute of Architects, is the Institute's forum for the compilation, exchange, and dissemination of environmental information integral to design and the practice of architecture.
The Environmental Revolution (ER) was founded by four college students who were fed up with two things: America's misuse and destruction of the environment, and conventional environmental politics. While environmental issues affect everyone, the mainstream environmental movement represents only a small section of society, often neglecting the concerns of those without political, social, or financial clout.
Garden State EnviroNet is New Jersey's source for environmental news and information. Its features include Daily EnviroNews, web site with Calendar, Library, Links, Newsletters, and news from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Audubon Society, Sierra Club and many others.
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 FICUS Network provides unprecedented access to information about the state of Florida and the Caribbean. Its primary focus is to provide a comprehensive site for architectural, planning, environmental, and educational communities.
Environmental Data Services provides a variety of useful and informative free policy news, information and jobs resources (some with registration) via the internet. ENDS has been a publisher of respected environmental information for professionals since 1978. Visit the environmental jobs pages at Environmental Data Services -- UK's leading environmental publisher since 1978. Plus leading news on policy, regulation and more happenings on the environmental front in Europe daily on the Internet or monthly in print.
U.S. Global Change Research Program brings benefits to the nation and the world by providing a well-founded scientific understanding of the Earth system to ensure the availability of future resources essential for human well-being, including water, food, fiber, ecosystems, and human health.
EPA's Brownfields Initiative mission is to empower States, communities, and other stakeholders in economic development to work together in a timely manner to prevent, assess, safely clean up, and sustainably reuse brownfields.