Clean Air Links
Government links
Environmental registries
Statutes and regulations
Freedom of information
Elected officials
Books and articles
F. Non-governmental links


    • Environmental networks

    • Other non-governmental organizations (ngos)

• US and international


US and international

Amazing Environmental Organization Web Directory! is "the world’s biggest environment search engine."

Center for Environmental Law and Policy is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to clean flowing waters for Washington.

Earthjustice Legal Defense Club (formerly the Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund) is "the law firm for the Environment." The Fund goes to court to safeguard public lands, national forests, parks, and wilderness areas; to reduce air and water pollution; to prevent toxic contamination; to preserve endangered species and wildlife habitat; and to achieve environmental justice.

Environmental Media Services is an ngo that provides journalists with current information on environmental issues. ems also provides media training to environmentalists as well as strategic communications support.

Natural Resources Defense Council is a non-profit organization with a primary objective of developing alternative ways of sustainability and general protection of natural resources.

The Rocky Mountain Institute helps individuals and the private sector to identify and implement new solutions to old problems. The emphasis is on the economics-environment relationship.

Environmental Law Around the World (E-law) provides legal and scientific support to public interest environmental law advocates worldwide.

Environmental Laws and Treaties is a comprehensive collection of international treaties and environmental laws from other countries compiled by Pace University Law School in New York.

World Resource Institute’s primary goals are: to reverse the degradation of ecosystems; to halt the changes to the earth’s climate caused by human activity; to catalyze the adoption of policies and practices that expand prosperity while reducing the use of materials and generation of wastes; and to fight for people’s access to information and decisions regarding natural resources and environment.