Surfers of our website have found the sites below helpful. Our list keeps growing thanks to your interest and ideas! There are some additions and corrections.
We do appreciate your feedback and we apologize if you have emailed us in the past few months and we did not respond. We lost mail in cyberspace, but are happy to say we are now back on track.
New Links we just added...
Ecumenical Water Network:
Central Basin Online Water Games for Kids:
The Water Project: Online Games for Kids:
Blue Gold: Full length Documentary on water privatization can be viewed via YouTube:
Think Outside the Bottle Campaign:
From Patricia at Public Health Corps:
Sustainability at the EPA:
Go Green at Home: Resources for Kids and Adults:
Environmentally-Friendly Cleaners You Can Make at Home:
Find a SmartWay Vehicle:
NASA’s Climate Kids: Go Green!:
WaterSense | An EPA Partnership Program:
Green Pools: Operate an Eco-Friendly Pool:
From Sarah, a fifth grade student:
From Nancy, a homeschool Mom:
From Rebecca at Education Labs:
Energy Conservation for Kids
Energy Savers Guide: Tips on Saving Money and Energy at Home: http://energy.gov/energysaver/articles/energy-savers-guide-tips-saving-money-and-energy-home
Kids Guide to Home Energy Saving:
Protecting & Restoring Forests:
A Guide to Becoming A Tree Hugger:
Reduce Your Carbon Footprint:
Guide to Composting at Home:
Electricity & Its Impacts:
Going Green: Eco-Friendly Property Upgrades:
Green Schools Leadership Center:
One of our favorites:
“Respect for creation stems from respect for human life and dignity. It is on the basis of our recognition that the world is created by God that we can discern an objective moral order within which to articulate a code of environmental ethics.”
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