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ARS Progetti S.P.A.
A consulting firm working all over the world. It is also a think-tank elaborating themes of environment, human rights and culture.
Environmentalism from the Right
conservative letter to the editor regarding environmental policy.
The Go Green Blog
RSS feed service providing information, facts and answers about the on going debate over the environment. [RSS]
Green Republican Party
Supports Republicans and Conservatives who recognize the dangers of global warming. The site also discusses other issues such as pollution, health, and education.
iGreens
Individualist environmental views, articles, reviews, discussion and polls. E-mail list available as well as obituaries, politician evaluations, reprints of papers and poetry.
League of Conservation Voters
Focus on U.S. Congress -- information on proposed legislation, how Senators and Representatives voted on environmental issues, and pre-election evaluations of candidates.
Ocean Champions
is a national political organization focused solely on the oceans whose goal is to develop bipartisan political support in the U.S. Congress.
Oikos
Italian environmental activist organization.
Ontheissues.org: Environment
US presidential candidates' views on environmental issues.
Planetizen
A public-interest information exchange for the urban planning and development community. Urban planning and development news, job opportunities, commentary and events.
Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs)
Global treaty to protect human health and the environment from these chemicals. Includes background information, implementation plans for reducing production of the substances, and list of signatories.
Toxic Wells, NJ - A Satire
This tongue-in-cheek Chamber of Commerce brochure puts a brave face (and positive spin) on the problems of a mythical environmentally challenged town.
The Tragedy of the Commons, by Garrett Hardin (1968)
An essay that forms the background for much of free-market environmental thinking, which asks how property rights can be extended into commonly held resources, to promote incentives to protect (rather than harm) the environment.
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