1. www.treehugger.com
Treehugger is a green consumer blog with a mission to bring a sustainable lifestyle to the masses. Its ethos, that a green lifestyle does not have to mean sacrifice, and its positive, upbeat feel have attracted over 1.8 million unique users a month. More than 30 new posts a day across eight categories, ranging from beauty and travel to science and technology.


2. www.thegreenguide.com
Green Guide was acquired by National Geographic Society in March 2007 as part of their global commitment to inform and inspire people to care about the planet. Dubbed the “green living source for today’s conscious consumer”, the Green Guide makes living in an environmentally aware life easy, understandable and practical.


3. www.biggreenpurse.com
Information on environmentally safe, socially responsible products and services. Their focus is on women because women spend 85 cents of every dollar in the marketplace.


4. www.earth911.org
Earth 911 delivers actionable local information on recycling and product stewardship that empowers consumers to act locally, live responsibly and contribute to sustainability.


5. www.gaiam.com
From green-living solutions to yoga and fitness DVDs, Gaiam provides tools that help you live your best life within the global community.


6. www.ec.gc.ca
Environment Canada’s home page offers advanced resources and tools to calculate the carbon footprint of your home and car, and determine and reduce your water usage, as well as advanced mapping and data on climate change, Canada’s action plan on reducing carbon emissions and pollutants, and incentives to go green.


7. solar-water-heater.com
ProgressivTube solar water-heating systems have earned a reputation of exceptional value in tropical and temperate climates worldwide.


8. store.altenergystore.com
Retailer of renewable energy goods, providing not only the expertise and technical service the do-it-yourselfer needs, but also a place for learning and sharing with others who have the same passion.


9. www.idealbite.com
This “sassier shade of green” website offers eco-savvy tips on a multitude of topics.


10. www.mycarbonfootprint.eu
Find out how much carbon you can save through simple, everyday changes. Most are small changes which you probably won't even notice, but if everyone were to adopt just a few good habits, the impact would be enormous.

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