PPgis.net serves as a global avenue for discussing issues, sharing experiences and good practices related to community mapping, participatory mapping, counter mapping, Public Participation GIS (PPGIS), Participatory GIS (PGIS), and other geo-spatial information technologies and systems used to support integrated conservation and development, sustainable natural resource management and customary property rights in developing countries and First Nations. Members of the network are able to share information and lessons learned and post questions, resource documents and announcements which are relevant to the practice.
The mission of GrinningPlanet.com is to provide humor as the lure and environmental information as the hook. We provide environmental articles in a wide range of topics as well as links to other resources.
The Working on Watersheds website, maintained by the Center for Environmental Communication (CEC) at Rutgers University, presents CEC's findings from dozens of interviews with participants in five of New Jersey's watershed management partnerships and many official project reports and other documents.
The website presents views, experiences, examples and insights of diverse participants of collaborative watershed management partnerships in New Jersey and provides links to additional on-line resources that may be useful to watershed management effort.
Managed by the Federation of Gloucester County Watersheds, the EnviroWeb is a clearinghouse of information from volunteer environmental organizations, municipal Environmental Commissions, and concerned citizens on issues related to environmental protection in Atlantic, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem Counties.
CleanHudson.org is an informational website adminstered by Sierra Club's Hudson River Campaign and Friends of a Clean Hudson that provides users with the facts regarding the PCBs dumped by General Electric into the Hudson River.