A coalition of more than 200 environmental, labor, social justice and human rights organizations have joined together to support an International Right to Know legislative proposal. Modeled on domestic Right to Know laws, IRTK would require U.S. companies to report on the key environmental, labor and human practices of their overseas operations.
Resurgence magazine is an international forum for ecological and spiritual thinking. Resurgence publishs articles that are on the cutting edge of current thinking, promoting creativity, ecology, spirituality and frugality.
UNEP was established as the environmental conscience of the United Nations system, and has been creating a basis for comprehensive consideration and coordinated action within the United Nations (UN) on the problems of the human environment. This site contains information on various world environmental issues and UN environmental policies.
WTOAction.org promotes grassroots involvement in the growing opposition to the World Trade Organization. The site also works to draw attention to similar organizations, such as the Organization of American States, International Monetary Fund and World Bank. Each of these institutions is playing an important role in furthering the global neoliberal agenda to promote corporate power.
The journal features articles on the preservation of biological diversity and wilderness rehabilitation; essays exploring Deep Ecology topics; infamous letters to the editor; major investigative pieces on multi-national corporations; and ongoing discussion on ecodefense tactics such as monkeywrenching and ecotage.
Environmental Data Services provides a variety of useful and informative free policy news, information and jobs resources (some with registration) via the internet. ENDS has been a publisher of respected environmental information for professionals since 1978. Visit the environmental jobs pages at Environmental Data Services -- UK's leading environmental publisher since 1978. Plus leading news on policy, regulation and more happenings on the environmental front in Europe daily on the Internet or monthly in print.
OneWorld Online is a partnership of over 100 organizations working for human rights and sustainable development, and to broadcast an alternative world agenda, an "agenda for a fairer world." The site provides a large database of environmental and human rights articles, searchable by subject and geography.