This site discusses Hazardous Waste Migration as Non-Aqueous Phase Liquids (NAPLs). The site raises new theories of Hazardous Waste Migration. E-mail submissions discussing the topics on the site are requested. This is not a government site.
The city of Knoxville, Tennessee has set up a Water Quality Forum with a vision to improve water quality conditions in Fort Loudoun Lake and the city's eight urban watersheds, transforming the streams into a valued community resource.
The Environmental Health Center-Dallas (EHC-D) is one of the oldest and most advanced centers in the world addressing health and disease as it relates to the environment. With a staff of more than 70, including physicians, surgeons, scientists, nutritionists, acupuncturist, homeopaths, and physical therapists, the center provides full-service medical and surgical care with a special emphasis on the impact of environmental factors on the human body.
The San Miguel Watershed Coalition, sponsored by the Colorado Bureau of Land Management, mission is to develop a watershed management plan which conserves and enhances the natural, cultural, recreational, social and economic vitality of the San Miguel watershed communities.
From Earth Day to Election Day is part of the bipartisan League of Conservation Voters that announced a $6 million effort to inform the public about the environmental records of members of Congress and federal candidates.
The Children's Defense Fund exists to provide a strong and effective voice for all the children of America who cannot vote, lobby or speak out for themselves. CDF pays particular attention to the needs of poor, minority and disabled children. The goal is to educate the nation about the needs of children and encourage preventive investments in children before they get sick, drop out of school, suffer family breakdown or get into trouble.
The mission of the Center is to understand the human health consequences of global environmental health, and to promote a wider understanding of these consequences among physicians, scientists, policy makers, the media, and the general public.
The mission of the Association of NJ Environmental Commissions is to promote the public interest in long term natural resource protection and sustainable development by establishing and supporting local environmental commissions and concerned citizens.
Pest Management at the Crossroads provides information on Integrated Pest Management, genetic engineering, organic farming, and environmental health. The site contains articles, reports, and information on the Food Quality Protection Act of 1996.
The mission of the Hawai'i Coral Reef Network is to foster education and research on coral reefs by facilitating communication among the environmental, scientific, governmental, and public communities and to enhance the conservation of coral reefs through stewardship.
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 Department's mission is to evaluate and mitigate impacts of pesticide use, maintain the safety of the pesticide work place, ensure product effectiveness, and encourage the development and use of reduced-risk pest control practices while recognizing the need for pest management in a healthy economy.
RERF conducts research and studies--for peaceful purposes--on the effects of radiation exposure on humans with a view toward contributing to the maintenance of the health and welfare of atomic-bomb survivors and to the enhancement of the health of all people.
Macrocosm USA, Inc. is a non-profit educational clearinghouse emphasizing environmental, justice, peace, health issues and solutions for progressives. The organization maintains a database of over 6,000 organizations, periodicals, publishers and businesses, media contacts, and other resource guides.
OnHealth provides latest findings, breakthroughs and trends in the world of health and wellness. The site provides information on diseases and conditions, women's health, and alternative medicine, as well as oppurtunities to ask questions on-line and a weekly newsletter.
Thegreenpages.ca is a student-owned and operated information network designed to aid students in researching and disseminating environmental information as well as informing students about the latest environmental news, trends and events across Canada and throughout the world.
Didik.com covers the Electric Car Owners Club, didik vehicles and information on wide variety of topics including how to build an electric car, driving an electric car and a complete list of cars built from 1834 to 2000.