This page is an evolving list of misc. resources that may come in handy when seeking information or a contact related to the theme of this website, thus, you will find a wide variety of organizations, programs, government agencies, etc. There are also many lists to be found on the pages covering each subject, providing a more in-depth source of information, and links to articles, videos, and related FB pages.

As this site is dedicated to educating all as to what is going on and the solutions to challenges to the environment, along with highlighting the incredible number of new innovations in technology and ingenious team and DIY thinking providing developments in energy involving operating both residential and commercial buildings, transportation on land, sea and in the air, sourcing water, growing our own organic food, living sustainably, etc., our hope is to enlighten youth, and at the same time support the many platforms that make it possible for the voice of youth to be heard through organizations such as the Young Reporters for the Environment and the Youth Climate Report which presents hundreds of 3-min. videos made by youth under 30 on a GIS map in conjunction with the UNEP.

Youth Programmes

Youth Climate Report

Youth Climate Report GIS map pinning hundreds of 3-min. documentary videos made by students and youth illustrating ecological issues and solutions in their country. Videos are juried in conjunction with the United Nations Environment Programme on Climate Change before being posted on the map.

Youth Climate Report FB page

Young Reporters for the Environment – YRE gives young people aged 11-25 a platform to research environmental issues and promote solutions through investigative reporting, photography, and video journalism.

Young Reporters for the Environment FB page

Student Energy FB page

Student Energy – Student Energy empowers the next generation of leaders who are accelerating the transition to a sustainable, equitable energy future. We work with a network of 50,000 young people from over 120 countries.

Eco Directories

Clean Up the World is a global campaign that inspires and empowers communities to clean up, fix up, and conserve their environment. Held in partnership with the UNEP, it mobilizes an estimated 35 million people across 130 countries each year.

Eco-action provides articles and background information for ecological direct action and supports ecological reserves.

Ecological Society of America conducts research, teaches, and works to provide the ecological knowledge needed to solve environmental problems.

Ecology and Evolution Research Group, Open University, UK.

Ecology and Society is a peer-reviewed, electronic, scientific journal published by the Resilience Alliance.

Friends of Ecological Reserves, Info about ecological reserves, the not-for-profit charitable organization supporting eco reserves.

International Mire Conservation Group promotes the conservation of mires and related ecosystems.

United Nations Environment Programme

Earthwatch Institute supports scientific field research and offers members of the public the opportunity to work with distinguished field scientists.

Forest Policy and Environment Group focuses on institutional, policy, and socio-economic aspects of sustainable forest management and conservation and the interface between forests and other land uses.

GLOBIO – Global Methodology for Mapping Human Impacts on the Biosphere. Used to estimate the number of impacts humans have made and will make, on the wilderness.

The International Institute for Environment and Development promotes sustainable patterns of world development through collaborative research, policy studies, networking, and knowledge dissemination.

Natural Resources Institute provides training, research, consultancy, and advisory services to underpin sustainable development.

Overseas Development Institute addresses international development and humanitarian issues, advising practices that will lead to the reduction of poverty and the achievement of sustainable development.

Suscon – Sustainable Conservation engages businesses and private landowners in advancing the stewardship of our land and water in partnership with the environmental community.

TRAFFIC ensure that trade in wild plants and animals is not a threat to the conservation of nature.

Worldwatch Institute encourages an environmentally sustainable society, in which human needs are met in ways that do not threaten the health of the natural environment or the prospects of future generations.

Desalination Plants around the world listed by country


EPA: Household Hazardous Waste