Satori-5 offers informaion and resources on Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (CFS), Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS), and Hazardous Radiations Sickness (HRS). The website was created and is maintained by a sufferer of severe forms of all three of these illnesses. The webmasters often harrowing personal experiences with these illnesses are also documented on site and illustrated with photographs and short video films.
Envocare Ltd. was established to provide easy access for the public at large to information relevant to preserving and improving the environment. Their web-site offers links to information about recycling, hazardous waste, PCs and cartridges, electrical equipment, ethical investment, composting, alternative and renewable energy, climate change and environmental education.
CBNS is a research organization with experience in the analysis of environmental, energy and resource problems and its economic implications. The Center works to provide practical solutions to environmental problems, emphasizing those solutions which improve the overall productivity as well as the economic position and welfare of the affected social group. The Center works to assist both citizens and government agencies concerned with these problems.
CBNS is a research organization with experience in the analysis of environmental, energy and resource problems and its economic implications. CBNS studies such things as trash disposal, agricultural sources of pollution, and environmental carcinogens; energy issues such as conservation, cogeneration and solar energy; resource issues such as organic farming and waste reduction; and the relation of such issues to economic factors and social welfare.
RochesterEnvironment.com provides complete environmental coverage for the city of Rochester, New York. This site is a non-profit, non-commercial portal for all Rochester-area environmental links. Use this web site to monitor the health of the area's environment and find ways to get involved using your Internet connection.
The "Stop the Toxic Two-Step" web page is produced by the Texas SEED (Sustainable Energy and Economic Development) Coalition, a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing pollution and promoting clean energy. The web site is dedicated to stopping the 'Bush/Cheny Toxic Two-Step'.
The EarthWays Home is a renovated, 4,500 square-foot house in St. Louis, Missouri that serves as an environmental education and demonstration facility. It is designed to challenge students and other visitors to evaluate the environmental impact of their everyday decisions, and to educate them about how they might change their own use of energy and resources. The three-story house, built in 1885, employs composting and recycling systems, energy-efficient appliances and lighting, water conservation, a geothermal heating and cooling system, a natural gas pulse jet furnace, a photovoltaic system and environmentally-sound building techniques and materials