For example, idealist.org today highlights the development of a New York City Water Trail with recreational map for city citizens to get more familiar with their coastline. If only every community supported blue trails for connection to water that connects to the ocean.
Marketplace reports on the efforts of engineers, scientists and governments to prepare for living with the consequences of global warming. Not too early to start considering Plan B?
Smart Chart has released a new version of their planning tool that makes it even easier to craft winning communications plans for non-profit organizations.
Annie Leonard is a friend and colleague whose work is doing for waste what Al Gore has helped do for climate change. She’s made a splash with her latest video, The Story of Stuff.
Check out The Non-Profit Congress Web presence and promote a place where we all can empower individuals and nonprofits to act collectively for positive change.
The Alliance for Climate Protection and Current TV are proud to announce that the winners of their 60 Seconds to Save the Earth Ecospot Contest. The grand prize winning elephants make pretty great messengers, eh? Forward this on to friends, family, co-workers, and neighbors so they, too, can step into Dave’s streetscape.
The Ocean Adventures website promotes and informs us about a great upcoming season of ocean-related viewing.
The Ocean Project will place the IAC 2008 logo on the homepage of The Ocean Project website and hyperlink to the IAC 2008 official website between 1 Jan 2008 and 31 Oct 2008. In return, the IAC 2008 site will link back to a TOP logo.
… to have his perspective considered by us all.
Seems like Energy Star guidelines continue to be useful for anyone trying to do the right thing at home with power consumption.