Air Alliance Houston Over the last 23 years, Air Alliance Houston as been a vigilant protector of public health and environmental quality in the Houston-Galveston region. Our goal is to reduce air pollution in the Houston region to protect public health and environmental integrity through research, education and advocacy.
Allergy and Asthma Network is the leading nonprofit organization whose mission is to end the needless death and suffering due to asthma, allergies and related conditions through outreach, education, advocacy and research.
Alliance for Climate Education is the national leader in high school climate science education. ACE educates high school students about climate change and inspires and empowers them to take action.
ACE does this in two ways: The ACE Assembly teaches climate science in a way that puts young people at the center of the story. Through live, in-school assembly presentations ACE combines the best in current climate science with pop-culture entertainment. Second, ACE gives every student an opportunity to take action. For some, this is an individual behavior change. For others, it's hands-on preparation for a lifetime of climate leadership.
Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments (ANHE) The ANHE is working to develop the field of environmental health nursing. In addition to organizing nursing sub-specialties around this emerging medical field, ANHE also runs the EnviroRN Knowledge Network to provide information and engage a growing community of tens of thousands of nurses. Katie Huffling of the ANHE Steering Committee says, “we know that many nurses are moms, dads and grandparents and we all have an important story to tell. If we work together in support of clean air we can be an amazing force to be reckoned with!”
Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1953 dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with asthma and allergic diseases through education, advocacy and research. AAFA promotes clean, safe air for everyone and urges the adoption of strong standards to reduce the emission of harmful air pollutants. Ultimately, improving the health and well-being of asthma and allergy patients is AAFA’s primary goal and most important task.
Breast Cancer Fund is the leading national organization working to connect the dots between breast cancer and exposures to chemicals and radiation in our everyday environments. With roots in strong science, we educate and empower individuals to take action to reduce their individual risk of breast cancer. Through innovative public policy and corporate accountability campaigns, we help transform how our society thinks about and uses chemicals and radiation, with the goal of preventing breast cancer.
The Center For Biological Diversity At the Center for Biological Diversity, we believe that the welfare of human beings is deeply linked to nature — to the existence in our world of a vast diversity of wild animals and plants. Because diversity has intrinsic value, and because its loss impoverishes society, we work to secure a future for all species, great and small, hovering on the brink of extinction. We do so through science, law and creative media, with a focus on protecting the lands, waters and climate that species need to survive.
Center for Health, Environment & Justice (CHEJ) mentors a movement, empowering people to build healthy communities, and preventing harm to human health caused by exposure to environmental threats.Through training, coalition-building and one-on-one technical and organizing assistance, CHEJ works to level the playing field so that people can have a say in the environmental policies and decisions that affect their health and well-being. By organizing one school, one neighborhood, one community at a time, CHEJ is making the world cleaner and healthier for all of us.
Citizens Climate Lobby is a grassroots, non-partisan advocacy organization working to create the political will for a stable climate. With more than 60 chapters in the U.S. and Canada, CCL trains and supports volunteers to speak to and inspire members of Congress, the media and community leaders in order to enact legislation that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Those wanting to learn more about ways to get involved or start a chapter are invited to join one of CCL’s twice-monthly introductory calls.
Clean Air Carolina works to ensure clean, healthy air for North Carolinians. By educating the public about how air quality affects our health, advocating for stronger clean air policies, and partnering with other organizations committed to cleaner air and sustainable practices CAC aims to improve the quality of the air we all breathe. Programs include Clear the Air for Kids!, Medical Advocates for Healthy Air, and the NC Clean Diesel Campaign.
Clean Air Council is a member-supported, non-profit environmental organization dedicated to protecting everyone’s right to breathe clean air. The Council works through public education, community advocacy, and government oversight to ensure enforcement of environmental laws.
The Council was founded in 1967 by a group of forward-looking community leaders, policy makers, and progressive business leaders. Headquartered in Philadelphia, the Council made a name for itself by the mid-1970s as the result of two major achievements: establishing and distributing a daily regional air quality index report (still used to this day); and forcing Pennsylvania to implement its vehicle emissions testing program. The Council has now grown to include 8,000 members and expanded its programmatic focus to include children’s environmental health, energy, climate change, waste and recycling, and transportation.
Clean Air Task Force is a nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing atmospheric pollution through research, advocacy, and private sector collaboration.
Clean Air Watch is a non-profit watchdog group that seeks to protect the public interest. They closely monitor clean-air and climate policy and seek to present a public-interest perspective – one that is grounded in fact and analysis, not just a lot of hot air. They educate the public about the value of clean air and share the latest developments in science regarding air and climate.
Climate Central is a nonprofit news and research organization that analyzes and reports on climate science. Composed of scientists and science journalists, the organization conducts scientific research on climate change and energy issues, and produces multimedia content that is distributed via their website and media partners.
Climate Nexus is composed of a passionate group of strategic thinkers, innovative communicators, and creative minds changing the climate and energy conversation in the U.S. They strive to tell the climate story in new, innovative ways that raise awareness of, dispel misinformation about, and showcase solutions to climate change and energy issues in the U.S.
The Climate Reality Project, founded and chaired by former Vice President and Nobel Laureate Al Gore, is dedicated to unleashing a global cultural movement demanding action on the climate crisis. Despite overwhelming international scientific consensus on climate change, the global community still lacks the resolve to implement meaningful solutions. The Climate Reality Project exists to forge an unwavering bedrock of impassioned support necessary for urgent action. With that foundation, together we will ignite the moral courage in our leaders to solve the climate crisis.
ConservAmerica was founded in 1995 to resurrect the GOP's great conservation tradition and to restore natural resource conservation and sound environmental protection as fundamental elements of the Republican Party's vision for America.
Conservation Voters of South Carolina aims to make conservation and environmental issues a top priority among South Carolina's elected leaders, political candidates, and voters. Conservation Voters is the only nonpartisan, nonprofit statewide organization holding elected leaders directly accountable for a safe, clean and healthy South Carolina.
Cool Effect enables Americans to fight climate change with the click of a button by providing support to the highest quality greenhouse gas reducing projects around the globe. Cool Effect connects its members to fully-vetted entrepreneurs who are using simple technology to reduce carbon pollution. A nonprofit, Cool Effect prioritizes full transparency – when you fund a project, you know exactly where your money is going and how it is helping the project and our planet.
DearTomorrow is an online community where people can build a positive legacy by sending a message about climate change to their loved ones living in the future. Message writers deepen their engagement and inspire others by reflecting and writing about why climate change matters to them and their commitment to taking action. DearTomorrow records this conversation and will send these messages back when today's children are grown.
Earthworks is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting communities and the environment from the impacts of irresponsible mineral and energy development while seeking sustainable solutions. Earthworks stands for clean water, healthy communities and corporate accountability. We’re working for solutions that protect both the Earth’s resources as well as our communities.
The Mission of Elders Climate Action is to mobilize elders throughout the United States to address climate change while there is still time to protect the well-being of our grandchildren and future generations. We are dedicated to using the power of our caring, our wisdom, and our numbers to push for new energy policies that will reduce greenhouse gases in our atmosphere to a level consistent with life thriving on our planet.
Environmental Health Watch : Our mission is to offer information, assistance and advocacy to help people protect themselves from environmental threats and to influence corporate, government and personal actions to promote human health and sustain the natural environment.
Environmental Law & Policy Center is an environmental legal advocacy and eco-business innovation organization. We are a public interest environmental entrepreneurs who engage in creative business deal-making with diverse interests to put into practice our belief that environmental progress and economic development can be achieved together.
GASP is a group of citizens who believe that all Alabamians have a right to breathe clean air. We believe that people’s health should be the first priority when considering policies that affect the quality of our community’s air. The mission of GASP is to improve air quality for the sake of public health. We strive to reduce pollution, educate the public on the health risks associated with poor air quality and encourage the community’s leaders to serve as role models for clean air and clean energy production. Our initial focus is the greater Birmingham community since it is suffering from the dirtiest air in our state, and is ranked as having the 12th dirtiest air in the country (for particle pollution) by the American Lung Association.
Global Community Monitor helps communities worldwide protect and defend their right to clean air and a healthy environment. Over the past fifteen years, GCM has developed and pioneered the use of “bucket brigades” (a grassroots air monitoring program) as a method for communities to document and understand the impacts of industrial pollution, launch advocacy efforts against polluters, and win stunning victories.
Green Apple Day of Service is an annual event that brings volunteers from around the world together to host local service projects that make schools healthier and more sustainable. Taking place on the last Saturday in September of each year, the Green Apple Day of Service presents an opportunity for students, teachers, parents, elected officials, organizations, companies and more to take action in their communities and demonstrate that where we learn matters.
GreenFaith connects diverse faith communities with the inspiration and resources they need to become passionate, effective environmental leaders. Through the Fellowship Program for leadership training, the Certification Program – the world’s most transformative environmental certification program for faith communities, the GreenFaith Shield environmental merit badge program, and much more, GreenFaith helps people of diverse spiritual backgrounds put their beliefs into action for the earth.
Green For All is a national organization working to build an inclusive green economy strong enough to lift people out of poverty. Green For All is dedicated to improving the lives of all Americans through a clean energy economy.
Green Kids Now : This nonprofit charity organization reaches young people of all ages around the world. Green Kids Now increases awareness of environmental issues, as well as encouraging children to take action and share their ideas and experiences.
Green The Block is a national campaign aimed at helping low-income communities of Color address the many environmental issues affecting our cities and towns and to become a driving force a new clean-energy economy. It is a long-term campaign grounded in regular people like you stepping up to educate and engage our communities.
Group Against Smog and Pollution (GASP) is a non-profit citizens' group in Southwestern Pennsylvania working for a healthy, sustainable environment. Founded in 1969, GASP has been a diligent watchdog, educator, litigator, and policy-maker on many environmental issues, with a focus on air quality in the Pittsburgh region.
Healthy Child, Healthy World has been a powerful leader in the movement to protect children from harmful chemicals for nearly two decades, The organization informs and inspires millions of people to take action and create cleaner, greener, safer environments where children and families can flourish.
Healthy Schools Network, Inc., is the leading national voice for children's environmental health at school and a national-award-winning 501(c)3 not-for-profit environmental health organization. Founded in 1995, we launched the national healthy schools movement with comprehensive state policies and a model coalition that have been shared and replicated widely since 1997. Join the national Coalition for Healthier Schools and help celebrate National Healthy Schools Day in April every year. Visit HealthySchools.org, CleaningforHealthySchools.org, NationalHealthySchoolsDay.org
Holistic Moms Network connects parents who are interested in holistic health and green living. We encourage moms to trust their instincts, parent from the heart, use their innate sense of what is best for their children, live in balance with the Earth, and learn about the pros and cons of all healthcare and parenting options.
iMatter was founded by then 13-year-old Alec Loorz and has been organizing youth leaders and empowering them to speak out on the climate crisis since 2007. Over the last eight years, iMatter has engaged hundreds of thousands of young people, organized iMatter Marches in over 200 cities, and recruited youth plaintiffs for public trust lawsuits and petitions in almost every state. iMatter is youth-led and dedicated to listening to and amplifying the voice of the youngest generation.
Interfaith Moral Action on Climate translates the underlying moral message of faith and spirituality to inspire action on climate change.
Interfaith Power & Light The mission of Interfaith Power & Light is to be faithful stewards of Creation by responding to global warming through the promotion of energy conservation, energy efficiency, and renewable energy. This campaign intends to protect the earth’s ecosystems, safeguard the health of all Creation, and ensure sufficient, sustainable energy for all.
Kentuckiana Air Education is a community outreach and education program for the residents of Louisville, Ky., and Southern Indiana. Enhancing our neighborhoods and quality of life helps to ensure environmental and economic health for residents. KAIRE's primary goal is to increase public awareness of the impact individual choices can have on local air quality.
Lean In The book Lean In is focused on encouraging women to pursue their ambitions, and changing the conversation from what we can’t do to what we can do. LeanIn.Org is the next chapter. We are committed to offering women the ongoing inspiration and support to help them achieve their goals. If we talk openly about the challenges women face and work together, we can change the trajectory of women and create a better world for everyone.
Made Safe is America’s first human health certification to cross consumer product categories. For the first time, people can find items that are made without known toxic chemicals across store aisles, from baby and household products to personal care and cosmetics.
Moms for a Non-Toxic New York is a gathering of moms in New York who want toxic chemicals out of their children's products. We are organizing them around this fairly broad frame, and explicitly focusing on passage of the Child Safe Products Act (S. 4614) in the NYS Legislature. The bill already passed the Assembly by a wide, bi-partisan manner. We know that moms have powerful voices, and especially on issues that impact their kids directly! That's why a group of organizations are supporting Moms for a Non-Toxic New York. Currently these include Clean and Healthy New York, Environmental Advocates of New York, and Sierra Club.
Moms for Clean Air is a California-based grassroots community organization that provides parents resources to fight air pollution and improve children’s health. The group is particularly active working with public schools.
More Than Scientists represents the 97% of climate scientists who know that climate change is real, that humans are causing it, and that we have the power to tackle it. Through their personal, inspiring videos, scientists invite you to engage with them, understand what climate change is and what it will mean for the future of our families, and to take action.
Mother United for Sustainable Technologies M.U.S.T. is a group of Moms united to protect our future generations from environmental toxins and health hazards. Our plan is to educate moms on issues ranging from health concerns being tied to natural gas extraction all the way to genetically modified foods. We will tackle one issue at a time to make this world a better place for our children.
Mothers and Others for Clean Air is a partnership of leading public health, environmental and child advocacy organizations dedicated to improving air quality for all Georgians by educating the public about the negative health impacts of air pollution. The network is made up of over 1400 individuals who are concerned about the impacts of air quality on health in metro Atlanta and want to take action.
Mothers Out Front We are mothers, grandmothers, and other caregivers who can no longer be silent and still about the very real danger that climate change poses to our children’s and grandchildren’s future.
The Mothers Project was founded by Angela Monti Fox in March 2012 to unite mothers to respond to America’s exploitation of natural gas plays using the untested method of high volume horizontal hydraulic fracturing.
National Association of School Nurses (NASN) The National Association of School Nurses is a non-profit specialty nursing organization which represents school nurses, and is dedicated to improving the health and educational success of children.
Neighbors for Clean Air is a Portland -based coalition working to make public health—with a special emphasis on children's health—a priority in Oregon’s air quality standards.
Our Task is an independent, non-profit network of young adults, mentors and other global citizens who are concerned about the future of the planet. Join us in taking action on the most pressing global issues and to build a mutually enhancing relationship between humans and Earth.
Physicians For Social Responsibility is the largest physician-led organization in the U.S. working to prevent nuclear war and proliferation and to slow, stop and reverse global warming and toxic degradation of the environment.
Pledge 2 Protect is a growing coalition of concerned New Yorkers – residents, parents, educators and local business owners – standing together to defend the health and safety of our community. We believe that each borough should be responsible for its own trash, but marine transfer stations should not be located next to homes, schools and parks & recreation centers.
Protect Our Winters (POW) was started in 2007 by pro snowboarder Jeremy Jones who witnessed first-hand the impact of climate change on our mountains. We represent the global snow sports community – there are 21 million of us in the US alone. Clearly, it’s time for us all to step up and take responsibility to save a season that fuels our passions but is also the foundation for our livelihoods, our jobs and the economic vitality of our mountain regions.
The American Lung Association in Illinois’ mission is to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung diseases. Through research, education and advocacy we are dedicated to the Fight For Air.
The Climate Mobilization is a non-profit, social movement start-up that organizes people to take "The Pledge to Mobilize". The Pledge is both a political platform and personal commitment. Signers recognize climate change as a threat to civilization, and demand that the US Federal Government commence a WWII-scale climate mobilization to fight back. Signers agree to support politicians and candidates who have also taken the Pledge, and, critically to spread the Pledge to Mobilize to others.
The National Solar Schools Consortium brings together solar businesses and nonprofit organizations from across the country to act as a unified voice for the growing solar schools movement. The purpose of the Consortium is threefold: to coordinate member efforts to promote the use of solar on schools; to aggregate and consolidate current and future solar resource development activities, and; to amplify the successes of its members by acting as a unified voice for the national solar schools movement.
350.org is building a global grassroots movement to solve the climate crisis. Their online campaigns, grassroots organizing, and mass public actions are led from the bottom up by thousands of volunteer organizers in over 188 countries.
Toxic Baby is a commentary about parenting in the twenty-first century toxic world. While Toxic Baby does not feature any brands or products, the message attempts to equip parents and caregivers the information and tools to stand between their children and the quite imminent danger posed by the toxicity of the world.
Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) puts rigorous, independent science to work to solve our planet's most pressing problems. Joining with citizens across the country, we combine technical analysis and effective advocacy to create innovative, practical solutions for a healthy, safe, and sustainable future.
The Urban Sustainability Forum (USF) programs are developed through the collaborative efforts of local organizations with the common goal of making Philadelphia the greenest, most livable, and most sustainable city in America. The Academy’s Center for Environmental Policy works with the other members of the USF steering committee to produce the Urban Sustainability Forums, which are public programs that are typically held on the third Thursday of the month.These programs began in 2005 and have covered a wide range of topics, including: urban transportation and water infrastructure, green building, land use, public health and safety, food quality and access, sustainability metrics, zoning codes, energy conservation and legislation, among many others.
Utah Moms for Clean Air is a powerful force with nine chapters around the state, harnessing the power of moms to be uncompromising defenders of our children’s health. As Cherise Udell, Founder, shares, “the image of my baby with a cigarette dangling from her toothless mouth was enough to move me to action. Utah Moms for Clear Air was born that day – a two-second inspiration – that began with a simple but heartfelt email to about a hundred local moms inviting them to join together to make Utah’s air cleaner and safer for our babes.”
WE ACT for Environmental Justice is one of the first environmental organizations in New York State to be run by people of color, and the first environmental justice organization in New York City. This organization was formed through local community activism on environmental threats in minority neighborhoods that clearly revealed the health disparities created by institutionalized racism.
Women's Earth & Climate Action Network engages women grassroots activists, Indigenous and business leaders, scientists, policy makers, farmers, academics and culture-shapers in collaboration. Our goal is to stop the escalation of climate change and environmental and community degradation, while accelerating the implementation of sustainability solutions through women’s empowerment, partnerships, hands-on trainings, advocacy campaigns, and political, economic, social and environmental action.
Women's Voices for the Earth (WVE) is a national organization that works to eliminate toxic chemicals that harm women’s health, with campaigns on cosmetics and personal care products, cleaning products, safe salons, safe chemicals, and fragrance. WVE believes that women have tremendous social, political, and economic power to change the systems that allow toxic chemicals in our products in the first place. We create opportunities for women to raise their voices, whether it’s to spread the word to friends and family, call on companies to make safer products, or ask lawmakers to pass policies that will truly protect us from toxic chemicals.
Almost All The Truth In Almost All the Truth, blogger Brenna Burke translates her love for children and the environment into an exploration of sustainable living. A mom herself, Burke writes posts that are family oriented through a variety of perspectives. She introduces eco-friendly products, shares life anecdotes, and outlines clear steps to live a more environmentally conscious lifestyle, ultimately the blog makes sustainable living accessible for the average person.
Asth.ma is an asthma blog from the view of Ann Wu, MD MPH, an asthma researcher at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute, a pediatrician at Children’s Hospital Boston, and mom to an 8 year old with asthma.
Asthma Moms provides invaluable resources for parents managing their children’s asthma. This supportive community of thousands and thousands of parents works together knowing that their children’s asthma can be overcome.
Big Green Purse understands the enormous power held by consumers and provides avenues to use that power in ways that also help improve the environment and our health. According to Big Green Purse, women spend $.85 of every dollar in the marketplace. Instead of ignoring that power—literally packed into our purses—Big Green Purse provides clear instruction to sustainable, conscious living through more informed consumer choices.
BlogHer is the leading participatory news, entertainment and information network for women online. They reach over 25 million unique visitors each month through their network of over 20 thousand blogs and blogger affiliates. Women speak their minds on every topic from politics to parenting in this renowned community.
Care2 provides powerful tools to make a difference in your life, your community, and the world. Our website is driven by passionate people (like you) who want to restore the world’s balance. We pride ourselves on being a different kind of company. As a certified B Corporation (B Corp), we’re committed to using the power of business to make a positive social and earth-friendly impact on the world. Over 17 million members, 400 nonprofit partners, and hundreds of responsible advertisers are making a difference on Care2.
Celebrate Green The blog promotes the book Celebrate Green written by the mother-daughter duo Lynn and Corey. The book explores creative and green ways to celebrate holidays, in ways that are still affordable and fun for the whole family. Sprinkled with personal anecdotes, Celebrate Green shows green living for the modern family is a feasible reality.
Climate Mama is an education, advocacy and information site specifically for parents of all ages who are looking to learn more about climate change. ClimateMama showcases: climate change news, clips and tips, examples of Climate Mamas and Papas leading the way, sustainable products and services, as well as a wide range of go-to trusted resources on climate change. Climate Mama provides parents with accessible information and tools to share with their children so that together they are empowered to tackle the many challenges we face from climate change.
Don’t Just Sit There–Do Something! is an ongoing series of funny, short web videos about all things climate, targeting a general audience. Our intent is to make climate science and climate news approachable and digestible, and to provide viewers with ways to make an impact–each and every episode provides both a personal climate-friendly action and a way to advocate at a larger level.
Our first episode was released in March of 2012, and so far we’ve covered topics from sea level rise to fracking. What’s happening to the global climate is a serious problem, but working together we can make the difference, and even find some laughs along the way. So Don’t Just Sit There–Do Something!
Dr. Greene is dedicated to freely providing pediatric information. Our goal is to improve children’s health by informing and inspiring those who care for them. By providing pediatric information, wisdom and perspective, we strive to prepare parents to become knowledgable partners who can work with their children’s physicians in new and rich ways.
Eco Karen Karen is a retired Chiropractor who shares simple actionable steps, easy DIY tutorials, and ethical recipes that are fun for anyone to follow in order to become more environmentally conscious. She writes in a non-preachy, easy and simple casual way so you can follow her greening methods. She sees a direct correlation between our health and environmental factors and she tries to connect the two in an easy language. Uplifting and motivating posts introduce eco tips and eco news regularly. Her DIY’s are wildly popular and makes frugal living while being green fun!
The Eco-Friendly Family explores the greener side of life through sharing new things, such as products and habits, it hopes to encourage a greener lifestyle. Blogger Amanda shows that ‘green’ living does not require a sacrifice but only a little bit of relearning. She helps people choose products and foods that will lead not only to a healthier lifestyle, but also have a positive impact on the environment.
EcoWatch is a cutting edge news service promoting the work of more than 1,000 grassroots environmental organizations, activists and community leaders worldwide. EcoWatch.org is honed in on the issues of water, air, food, energy and biodiversity, and promotes ongoing environmental campaigns including climate change, fracking, mountaintop removal, factory farming, sustainable agriculture and renewable energy. EcoWatch unites the voices of the grassroots environmental movement and mobilize millions of people to engage in democracy in pursuit of a sustainable future.
Environmental Booty is the place to go to catch up on environmental and health news. The blog bridges what can seem to be a huge gap between the consumer world and environmental living in a mission to educate and inspire people to make more informed consumer choices.
Green Child Magazine seeks to give you the resources to get back to basics as compassionate and purposeful human beings. By leading by example, we can raise our children to cherish, love, and respect not only each other, but Mother Earth.
The magazine debuted as an online, eco-friendly magazine in February 2011 and has been well received by a wonderful community of readers. Their mission is tri-fold, to inform and educate parents and care givers, to provide attractive affordable advertising to businesses and to help the hundreds of thousands of children in foster care find forever, loving families.
The Green Divas provides fresh ideas for sustainable living. Through their weekly radio broadcast, interactive blog and social media, the Green Divas share interviews with high-profile celebrities and green experts to explore topics on healthier, more sustainable living.
Green Oklahoma is dedicated to facilitating greener living specifically to people living in Oklahoma. With a business directory that directs readers to green businesses in Oklahoma, an event calendar that is updated with new local green events, local resources and green news that guide readers to specific local resources for green Oklahoma living. Whether just living in Oklahoma or just passing through, Green Oklahoma is the perfect travel guide.
The Green Parent Through The Green Parent, mom Jenn Savedge writes about the two topics closest to her heart, children and the environment. Optimism pervades her posts and through green news and exposure to easy family oriented activities, Jenn motivates people–specifically parents–to make an impact and to pass a love and respect for the earth to children.
Green Talk is all about the conversation on how to live a greener lifestyle and business. Anna Hackman founded Green Talk in April 2007, and four years later, Green Talk has become a green living and green business guide complete with a multitude of different articles and a community of loyal readers.
Groovy Green Livin is dedicated to providing an honest and credible setting for sharing green ideas, thoughts and other useful tips and trends relating to living a greener lifestyle. A healthy, organic lifestyle not only applies to what we put into our bodies but also to what we put on our bodies. We hope to show our readers that embracing this lifestyle doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Simple, small changes in your life can lead to a non-toxic, healthier lifestyle and a greener planet.
Healthy Home Magazine is an online resource filled with tips and ideas to help families create healthy homes for their families. We are proud to partner with non-profits, green bloggers and advocates for change in order to help parents and families to make informed decisions and help their kids to thrive in a healthy home environment.
Healthy Indoors is the FREE online magazine with credible information on healthier, sustainable indoor environments, for both consumers and industry professionals. We feature articles and videos about the things that affect our indoor world. Since we’re a web-based publication, you can read Healthy Indoors anytime, anywhere, from any device—and no trees get cut down to produce our magazine!
Healthy Indoors offers a unique experience by incorporating real-time video and social media feeds to allow readers the ability to interact with the global indoor environmental community in ways never before possible with a magazine!
HI is the flagship publication for the consumer indoor environmental information site, IAQ.net, where you can tap into a wealth of knowledge and get your free online subscription to Healthy Indoors Magazine.
The Huffington Post is one of the fastest-growing, most influential properties on the internet, bringing top stories to millions and mobilizing its readers to participate in breaking events. The Huffington Post combines aggregated news content with over 6,000 original blogs, which attracts over 28M unique, influential viewers per month.
Jack and Jill Politics seeks to provide a middle class African-American perspective on U.S. politics and to ameliorate the portrayal of African-Americans in the media. JJP carries on the tradition of insightful social and political commentary in the spectrum of W.E.B. DuBois, James Baldwin, Maya Angelou, Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock and Wanda Sykes.
Latina Lista touches on the issues of the day that face the Latino community. Latina Lista has been recognized by Hispanic magazine, Hispanic Business and the Daily Reviewer as one of the top Chicana/Hispanic new media sites in the country. Founder Marisa Treviño was awarded in 2011 the “Groundbreaking Latina Blogger of the Year” award by Catalina magazine and was a 2011 nominee for the national Latinos in Social Media (LATISM) award for Best Political Blogger.
LATISM Latinos in Social Media (LATISM) has been hailed as the most influential online movement in the new multicultural Web. It is the largest organization for Latinos and Latinas engaged in social media and is dedicated to advancing the social, civic and economic status of the Latino community. The Twitter hashtag #LATISM captures over 10 million impressions on a daily basis.
Main Line Parent serves as a multi-channel venue for Philadelphia-area parents comprising print and online magazines, social media communities, mingle events, and a charitable arm benefiting local family-friendly projects.
Mindful Healthy Life is an online lifestyle magazine for parents in Metro DC seeking information on natural living, holistic parenting, and family wellness. The site includes a calendar of events; a resource directory of businesses, practitioners and organizations; and a blog with local news as well as tips on healthy living and mindful parenting. Its founder and editor is author and local Holistic Moms Network chapter leader Jessica Haney, who blogs at CrunchyChewyMama.com.
Mom It Forward is an online community and international network that unites bloggers, social media leaders and regular moms. These hundreds of thousands of moms speak up and show the world that mom really does know best!
MomFilter is a lifestyle playbook for families, created by Pilar Guzmán and Yolanda Edwards, the founding editors of Cookie Magazine.
Mommy Greenest In Mommy Greenest, mom Rachel is not what she calls a “sustainabully”, i.e. she does not preach. Instead, through personal anecdotes, she shares her family’s steps toward greener living in a simple mission to reduce her family’s carbon foot print. With Rachel’s small steps, she works to collectively protect the earth for all the world’s children.
Mommybites is the go-to community for quality parenting resources, support and education. The country’s top parenting experts have helped us create incredible tele-classes, webinars, radio shows, videos and blogs all on a variety of important parenting topics. Additionally, we have created a new Healthy Living section where our experts share how to live a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. We also support, guide and connect moms via our facilitated on-line groups as well as our in-person support groups run in various cities. Support+Resources+Education +Connections=Mommybites
My Plastic Free Life In 2007 Beth Terry committed to stop buying any plastic and has almost succeeded. Not only does Beth collect and tally her own plastic waste, but on her blog she also helps others find alternatives through her reviews on products from ethical companies, and holds corporations responsible for excessive plastic packaging. My Plastic Free Life is the perfect place to go for information on reducing plastic waste.
Organic Mommy Today is written by Celeste, a freelance writer, wife, and mommy of two. She enjoys staying at home playing with her kids, teaching them how to be the best they can be and to love and live life to the fullest. Organic Mommy Today helps inform families of all sizes about some amazing eco-friendly and family-friendly products out on the market today from food to toys.
OurVoices is GreenFaith’s new multi-faith, global climate campaign, designed to create a compassionate, powerful on-line community of the spiritually-inspired and to create “spiritual uprisings” worldwide in the form of days of prayer and action for the planet. OurVoices is mobilizing people of faith in over 60 countries – united by our commitment and desire for a strong climate agreement.
Paige Wolf Official blog for Paige Wolf and the book Spit That Out: The Overly Informed Parent’s Guide to Raising Children in the Age of Environmental Guilt. Blogging about green guilt, eco-anxiety, and finding practical, reasonable ways to keep our families safe and healthy.
Parentables is a site about the modern state of parenthood, where parents from all walks of life can learn from each others’ foibles and successes. They aim to entertain, inspire, affirm, and tell-it-like-it-is.
Practically Green motivates and inspires people to make smart, healthy, efficient, changes in their daily lives–at work, at home, in their communities, and on the go. The digital platform incorporates gamification features; players set, achieve, track, share and compare sustainability goals. PG users enjoy the satisfaction of creating significant impacts, and they have way more fun in the process!
Retro Housewife Goes Green is run by Lisa Sharp. She is a wife, activist, and freelance writer who lives in a small town in Oklahoma. She serves on the board for the local recycling coalition, is active with the local Green Drinks group, and is currently working to bring awareness of the pollution issue with have with a local cement plant. She also runs the website Green Oklahoma, a green resource, news and events site. Online, Lisa is a member of the Green Mom’s Carnival, 140 Social Woman, and is one of Greenpeace’s Twitter Champs.
So Latina is an online community for single Latina mothers…where all Latinas are welcome! Our mission is to give single Latina mothers a place to come together and discuss things that specifically affect them as both moms and Latinas. A SoLatina mother embodies strength, confidence, optimism and hard work. She doesn’t let anything get in the way of accomplishing her goals.
SparkAction is a collaborative journalism and advocacy site to mobilize action by and for young people.
StyleSubstanceSoul.com is the website for women seeking world peace, food for thought and a really great pair of shoes. We promise you’ll find lots of new ideas about living a life of passion, compassion and action. And you just may make some great new friends along the way.
TreeHugger.com is devoted to sustainability, design, food, culture, fashion, politics, health and other environmental issues. TreeHugger is a leading media outlet dedicated to driving sustainability mainstream. Partial to a modern aesthetic, they strive to be a one-stop shop for green news, solutions, and product information.