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Energy Star


Energy Star is a joint program between the US Environmental Protection Agency and US Department of Energy that helps consumers identify energy efficient products to save money and the environment.

Visit the Energy Star website for more information on energy efficient products and practices.

US Energy Information Administration

The U.S. Energy Information Administration provides policy-neutral data, forecasts and analysis to encourage the creation of sound policies, efficient markets and to inform the public on how energy impacts the economy and environment.

For an incredible amount of accurate information on US energy, visit the EIA website.

TreePeople

TreePeople is a nonprofit environmental group that brings together the power of trees, people and technology to create sustainable cities. TreePeople was formed in the 70’s and continues to serve as an outstanding example on how local communities can come together protect cities from environmental degradation and global warming.

Find out how your city can make a difference by visiting the TreePeople website.

EcoSearch

EcoSearch is a nonprofit search engine that supports the environment by donating to green charities. EcoSearch helps spread the word about environmental organizations all over the world and is committed to preserving the environment and making a difference.

EcoSearch currently donates to the following environmental charities and the list continues to grow.

Sierra Club

TreePeople

National Resource Defense Council

Heal The Bay

Rainforest Alliance

Have a charity that is not listed? EcoSearch wants you to email them of other charities to support.

Find out more at EcoSearch.org

US Forest Service

The US Forest Service Agency was created in 1905 as part of the Department of Agriculture and is in charge of protecting all public lands within national parks and grasslands.

For more information visit the official US Forest Service website.

Greenpeace

Greenpeace works to prevent environmental destruction through a peaceful, non-violent manner to raise awareness and spark public debate. Greenpeace was born in 1971 in an effort to discourage nuclear testing and has since grown into an international organization with offices in over 30 countries.

Find out how you can get involved by visiting the Greenpeace web site.

World Wildlife Fund

The World Wildlife Fund does more than just save Panda’s, they have partnered with some the worlds most iconic companies and have a hand in influencing important global markets to preserve the environment.

Find out how you can get involved by visiting their website at WorldWildLife.org